Printed Sensors and Electronics for Sustained Human Spaceflight

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Published Nov 14, 2021
Jessica Koehne

Abstract

As human spaceflight pushes beyond Low Earth Orbit (LEO), resupply of consumables becomes a significant challenge.  One solution to this problem is In-Space Manufacturing (ISM), the capability to perform on-demand manufacturing and repair of consumables in an in-space environment.  ISM offers significant flexibility to missions as it allows for a high degree of tailorability and reduction in launch mass.  Leveraging advancements in fabrication, repair and recycling, ISM provides a highly sustainable and affordable solution to Exploration mission operations and logistics.  In this talk, advances in printed electronics and sensors, ranging from nanomaterial ink development and hands-free fabrication methodologies to devices will be presented. 

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Jessica Koehne. (2021). Printed Sensors and Electronics for Sustained Human Spaceflight. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/3452
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