NASA Needs Interface Standards To Meet Its Goals

Credit: Bigelow Aerospace Concept
One of the proudest achievements of the multinational partnership that built the International Space Station (ISS) is the fact that its components meshed perfectly when they met up in orbit for the first time. The engineering that went into forming airtight interfaces able to pass power, data and...

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