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    Project NASA Innovative Advanced Concept (NIAC), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Washington, D.C., USA

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    NIAC Contour Crafting

    Published on May 14, 2014

    NIAC Contour Crafting, Robotic construction of Lunar and Martian infrastructure. A NASA Innovative Advanced Concept (NIAC) project. USC Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies (CRAFT).

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    Is suspended animation possible? Can we 3D print whole structures on the moon? How about swimming the ocean of Europa?


    Join NASA 360 as we take a look at NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC).

    NIAC nurtures visionary ideas that could transform future NASA missions with the creation of breakthroughs — radically better or entirely new aerospace concepts — while engaging America's innovators and entrepreneurs as partners in the journey.

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    Robotic bees designed to explore Mars

    Mar 12, 2020

    Bee-lieve it or not NASA could send a swarm of robot bees to the Red Planet. Researchers are taking inspiration from the insect world to develop Marsbee, a bold new idea that could enhance the exploration of Mars.

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    Hopping robot concept to explore frozen ocean worlds

    Jun 24, 2020

    NASA is researching a hopping robot that can easily navigate the harsh glacier-like terrain on icy worlds in our solar system. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

    NASA 360 takes a look at the NASA Innovative Advanced Concept (NIAC) called S.P.A.R.R.O.W., a revolutionary approach to exploring frozen ocean worlds. To learn more visit:

    To watch the in-depth presentation about this topic please visit the 2018 NIAC Symposium Livestream site:

    This video represents a research study within the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program. NIAC is a visionary and far-reaching aerospace program, one that has the potential to create breakthrough technologies for possible future space missions. However, such early stage technology developments may never become actual NASA missions.

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