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    Larry Page-backed asteroid mining company launches cube-sat with experimental water detection tech /Link

     Planetary Resources, the space mining company backed by Google’s Larry Page and Braintree founder Bryan Johnson, has taken another step in its quest to actually mine resources from asteroids and other planetary bodies. The company successfully launched its Akryd-6 cubesat, which is holding an experimental technology designed to detect water resources in space. Planetary Resources is… Read More

    (@)Jonathan Shieber

    Published on 12 Jan 2018 at 07:51PM

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