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Curing of Construction Composite Materials on Asteroids

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Human activity on asteroids will need constructions. It could be human habitat, base for mining machines, space station for communication, observation or deep space missions. The first constructions can be delivered from Earth, but an ability of space carriers are limited that limits the size and mass of the delivered constructions. Therefore, the extensive and long exploitation requires a technology to create new constructions on asteroid surface, under asteroid surface or near asteroid.

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Epoxy Matrix Space Environment Geostationary Earth Orbit Asteroid Surface Deep Space Mission 
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  1. 1.University of SydneyDarlingtonAustralia

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