Scientists, engineers and human spaceflight visionaries from around Planet Earth will gather in Jerusalem Oct. 12 to ponder where to go in the Solar System after the International Space Station (ISS), how to get there and who will make the trip. No matter what is decided—and it is unlikely anything definite will be—the robots have already been there. The 66th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) also will feature updates on visits to Pluto, Ceres and the Comet ...

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