Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in The Moon is Hell
by John W. Campbell

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Moon Dust Substrate For Solar Panels
   Simulated moon dust has been used to make the substrate of a solar cell, according to University of Houston researchers. The fine grey powder is 50% silicon dioxide, along with a mixture of oxides of twelve different metals (including aluminum, magne

3D Printer Runs On Moon Dust
   Fifties SF leaves engineers in the dust again.

Brick By Brick, Building Martian Bases
   Don't try to boost everything from the surface of the Earth.

3D Print Moon Dust Bricks
   More fun with simulated lunar regolith.

NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Won By AI SpaceFactory
   3D printing - on Mars!

3D Printing With Sunlight And Sand
   'We made a crude, small cell and were delighted...' - John W. Campbell, 1950.

ESA Team To Make Oxygen On The Moon
   'Gypsum fed into the furnaces is quickly ejected as de-hydrated CaSO4' - John W. Campbell, 1950.

Olympus 3D Printing Using Lunar And Martian Materials
   The system may be used to create critical infrastructure on the Moon, including landing pads, blast shields, and roads. is devoted to the creative inventions of science fiction authors and movie makers. Look for the Science Fiction Invention Category that interests you, the Glossary of Science Fiction Inventions, the Timeline of Science Fiction Inventions, or see what's New.
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NASA Wants Self-Driving Or Remote-Controlled Vehicles For Lunar Astronauts
re: Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum

Elon Musk Says Robotaxis Will Be Ready This August, 2024
re: Miles J. Breuer

Moonwalkers AI-Controlled Electric Shoes
re: Hugo Gernsback

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