Producing water on the Moon: the latest news and the role of Politecnico di Milano

Living and working in deep space for months (or even years!) during long-term space missions means that crew members have less immediate access to the life-sustaining elements readily available on Earth. Since the beginning of space exploration, we were able to send cargo and supplies to give support during each mission; however, the farther humans …

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PoliSpace Open Positions

Available Positions: Marketing & Communication Department Graphic design Infrastructure Manager (Website, Mail, Slack…) Blogger SpaceTech Department Support and collaborate with teams involved in PoliSpace incubated projects Business & Financial Department Meet several companies in the space sector and contribute to the development of PoliSpace partnerships Looking forward to your applications! How to apply: Click the …

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Oxygen has been created on Mars for the first time in history!

On April 20th, 2021, the world of space sciences and exploration accomplished a tremendous milestone by finally producing Oxygen on Mars. Scientists working on the Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE) have witnessed the first-ever mechanised creation of Oxygen in the planet’s history. Credit goes to a small, gold box-shaped instrument called ‘MOXIE’ installed …

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ESA Space Debris

Space Debris: A Modern Era’s Crucial Problem

The advancement of technology has made mankind achieve numerous events that were initially thought to be impractical. The interplanetary Mars missions from various space organisations have placed a ray of hope for human life expansion on other planets. NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter mission is a recent example of the success of the technical improvements. The …

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