NASA TAKES IMS AND WASHU TO THE MOON
We're going to the Moon! Through the new Lunar Surface Technology Research (LuSTR) program, #NASA has announced that 2 co-investigators from #ImpossibleSensing – Pablo Sobron and Evan Eshelman – will be developing lunar resource utilization technology with a team from Washington University in St. Louis. This team will build a rover-mounted drill sensor that will serve to quantify the 3D distribution of water at the moon’s south pole. We couldn't be more excited to work with Dr. Wang's team to bring about advancements in in-situ resource utilization and sustainable power solutions.