HOUSTON — Interrupted by the U.S. government shutdown in October, NASA’s Asteroid Initiative Idea Synthesis Workshop reconvened late Nov. 20 as a second opportunity to influence the agency’s efforts to resume U.S. human deep space exploration, while addressing the impact hazards posed by near-Earth objects. Just more than 100 of the original 140 invitation-only participants returned to the Lunar and Planetary Institute here for three days of discussion on crew systems, asteroid ...
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