To survive on the Moon or Mars, humans will need photoelectrochemical devices

New research published by Nature explores a novel approach to the aforementioned resource problem, stating that the technology humans have used thus far to live on the International Space Station (ISS) isn’t cut out for anything else but the orbiting outpost. Astronauts will need something different to live on the…

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