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New Communication Tech for Deep-Space Missions

22 June 2012—In anticipation of deep-space missions to near-Earth asteroids and beyond, a team of researchers is trying out techniques that could rewrite NASA’s rules for human spaceflight.

Last week, using a mock-up of a spacecraft at the Johnson Space Center, in Houston, the team conducted the second of a two-part series of simulations designed to test how well flight controllers and astronauts work together when separated by distances well beyond those of the Apollo lunar program of the 1960s and ’70s…

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