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01-26-2022 12-31-2022 PolyBrick™: Polymer-regolith composite landing pads built from in-situ lunar materials
06-25-2021 11-19-2021 Modeling Sensor Radiance Modifications due to Dust Clouds from Plume Surface Interactions, SRA 1081
06-11-2021 06-19-2022 High Efficiency Sintering via Beneficiation of the Building Material
06-11-2021 11-19-2021 Measuring Particle Sizes with Fine Spatial and Temporal Resolution in Lander Plume-Induced Ejecta Clouds
05-13-2021 07-05-2022 Benchmarking GGFS Granular Flow Solver for Rocket Exhaust Plume Effects, SRA 1006
10-27-2020 01-09-2022 Testing Deep Cratering Physics to Inform Plume Effects Modeling
09-01-2020 02-14-2021 Instant Landing Pads for Artemis Lunar Missions, SRA 624
07-21-2020 07-20-2022 Maturing Ejecta STORM for Lunar Delivery
05-15-2020 03-12-2021 Aqua Factorem: Ultra Low-Energy Lunar Water Extraction
03-10-2020 03-09-2022 Post-Processing of Existing Experimental Data Describing Surface Erosion for First Year Support of the NASA/MSFC Plume Surface Interaction Task
12-11-2019 02-18-2020 Benchmarking GGFS Granular Flow Solver for Rocket Exhaust Plume Effects
11-21-2019 11-20-2020 Development of Large Vehicle Landing Surface Interaction & In Situ Resource Based Risk Mitigation
10-29-2019 03-11-2021 NASA Reusable Lander Study
10-15-2019 10-14-2024 Center for Lunar and Asteroid
09-26-2019 02-18-2020 Testing Deep Cratering Physics to Inform Plume Effects Modeling for Masten Space Systems
09-26-2019 02-18-2020 Testing Deep Cratering Physics to Inform Plume Effects Modeling for Masten Space Systems
11-08-2017 01-28-2018 Optimizing Lunar Water Thermal Extraction
02-01-2017 09-29-2018 The World is Not Enough (WINE): Harvesting Local Resources for Eternal Exploration of Space, Phase II
07-06-2015 12-03-2015 The World is Not Enough (WINE): Harvesting Local Resources for Eternal Exploration of Space, NASA STTR Phase I Proposal T4.02-9942
04-10-2015 05-09-2021 NASA Florida Space Grant Conso
03-16-2015 09-30-2015 New Horizons Website
12-24-2013 02-14-2020 Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science (CLASS)

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