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1999 Activities

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Georgia Tech's Entry under the NASA Means Business Program

ASI is a business that will promote the Mars mission by gathering industry support for a crucial enabling technology:
Space-Based Manufacturing.


Consider These Facts

FACT: Delivering 1 lb of material to orbit costs $5,000 - $10,000.

FACT: The International Space Station, alone, will require nearly 1 million lb of material.


By providing a Space-Based Manufacturing environment, ASI will drastically reduce the costs associated with space exploration, habitation, and development.


View our Proposal for the 2000 Competition

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View our 1999 Final Presentation to NASA

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