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The science behind the private SpaceX mission includes self-assembling robots and light-powered air filters

Houston company axiom space has planned a huge scientific transport for its debut mission, including robots and filters that could help with future space exploration on the Moon or Mars.

Axiom plans to launch Ax-1, the first all-private crewed mission to the International Space Station, on April 8 aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon. Four people, including three paying customers, will spend 10 days in space, including eight aboard the orbit complex, but officials have stressed this will not be a space tourism excursion.

https://www.space.com/axiom-1-space-station-science-work The science behind the private SpaceX mission includes self-assembling robots and light-powered air filters

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