Astroport is working with researchers at the University of Texas, San Antonio, to invent an induction furnace nozzle that heats up lunar regolith so that it can melt, then solidify, into bricks. A number of specialized robots would then assemble the materials into...
Astroport Space Technologies forms European Subsidiary in Luxembourg
Astroport Space Technologies, Inc., headquartered in San Antonio Texas, USA, and Interflight Global Europe, S.à r.l. , headquartered in Luxembourg, announce their joint partnership for the launch of Astroport Space Technologies S.à r.l. (Astroport Europe). The two...
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Astroport receives additional NASA funding to develop ‘100 percent regolith’ buildings
The agency has awarded the company two phase-one Small Business Technology Transfer contracts: one in April 2021 for $136,000 and another in June of this year for $150,000.
UTSA kicks off new phase of work with Astroport on lunar construction for NASA
UTSA The professors, faculty in the UTSA School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Construction Management, are supporting the development of lunar landing and launch pads as part of their work.