HOUSTON – A multinational team of astronauts, submerged on the Atlantic seabed off Key Largo, Florida, this week, is testing drills, coring tools and other spacewalk aids as they prepare NASA and its partners for future deep-space missions - whether the destination is an asteroid, the Moon or the Martian environs. The eight-day exercise, the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 18, is scheduled to end July 29, when commander Akihiko Hoshide of Japan, NASA’s Jeanette ...
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