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A hazard-detection system promises safe landings for next-generation lunar explorers.
The next vehicle to carry humans to space will let astronauts safely abort in case of an emergency.
NASA is developing optical sensors for safer touchdowns.
Rusty Schweickart ‘56, SM ‘63, has been to space and rescued Skylab. Now he’s on a mission to save Earth from asteroid destruction.
The partially inflatable habitat could be adapted for use on the moon or Mars, or for deep space itself.