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How a Water-Powered Satellite Could Transform Life on Earth

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Researchers led by NASA’s former chief technologist are hoping to launch a satellite carrying water as the source of its fuel. The team from Cornell University, guided by Mason Peck, want their device to become the first shoebox-sized “CubeSat” to orbit the moon, while demonstrating the potential of water as a source of spacecraft fuel.
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