CKoln5 karma2014-10-15 14:57:51 UTC
There's a company actually working on a 3D printer for the ISS to print pizzas.
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CKoln3 karma2014-10-15 14:31:04 UTC
I guess the 2035 date would be for a fully operational elevator with capacity for humans as well, or would it be for an initial prototype in orbit for just cargo?
CKoln3 karma2014-10-15 14:51:59 UTC
How long have you been filming/researching/working on this? How long would the film be?
CKoln3 karma2014-10-15 14:18:11 UTC
Will the documentary contain only information about LiftPort's project or also something about other projects? (Like the japanese company that said they wanted to build an Earth Elevator by 2050).
CKoln3 karma2014-10-15 14:39:51 UTC
Has the new New Space environment (the emergence of the private companies that want to exploit space) changed the reaction of people in the industry to the idea of a Lunar Elevator?
I personally consider the current New Space environment to be perfect for the construction of at least the Lunar Elevator in the short term (L1 base, cheap access to Moon surface and all that) but I'd like an expert's opinion on that .
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