Others have scoured the sewers of the web and dredged this up.
—Muldoon on A♠, March 02, 2020 08:20 AM
Robert Zimmerman, Behind the Black
h/t J.J. Sefton’s Morning Report on A♠
…a cubesat interferometry technology-test mission that would use 3D printing, in space, to build two 30-foot-long beams, creating in a single satellite a interferometer made of two mirrors 60 feet apart. If this works it will not only demonstrate the use of cubesats to create a swarm of space telescopes capable of producing high resolution images, it will show that automated 3D printing (designed by the company Made in Space) is practical.
Meanwhile, Billionaires aren’t getting their meme money’s worth