PICTURES: NASA investigates inflatable Moon base

by | Jul 2, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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NASA has been investigating inflatable modules for its planned lunar outpost. Here are some pictures of its concept, designs and the Ares V cargo launch vehicle integration

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