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POSTPONED: Planetary Society Hangout, Planetary Resources' Chris Lewicki

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

2013/06/05 11:23 CDT

Topics: podcasts and videos, Future Mission Concepts, private spaceflight

POSTPONED. The Hangout simply would not work. Bad tech day. Stay tuned for rescheduling.

ARKYD

PRI

ARKYD
The ARKYD 100 is the first private space telescope, to be operated in low-Earth orbit. It is a stepping-stone to the larger spacecraft planned to be used by Planetary Resources for asteroid prospecting.
 

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