In-situ resource utilization (ISRU) is the proposed use of local resources found or manufactured on another astronomical body, e.g. get water from the atmosphere or soil, or produce methane from a CO2 Martian atmosphere. This allows for novel mission concepts and helps to further the goals of a space mission.
Andreas Kleinschneider, BSc is a master student Space Exploration at the Delft University of Technology. As an early Fellow of Vis Viva Andreas is a returning face at the table and in front of the audience.
- Getting what we need in space in space: overview of current ISRU efforts
Andreas Kleinschneider, BSc
Date and location
- Wednesday July 1 @ 19:30
- ‘t Boterhuis, Delft
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