ISU MSS 2024

Space Symposium 2024 – Digging on the Moon – with Anastasia Stepanova

Diamonds on the moon? ‘Water’ is more valuable – says Anastasia Stepanova during our interview. At the Colorado School of Mines, Torsten Kriening spoke with Anastasia Stepanova PhD candidate at the school in the Space Resources Program. Anastasia spoke about the various labs available and highlighted one of the facilities where they are striving to extract water from asteroids. She highlighted that the program at the school was inclusive of Engineering, Science, Policy Economics etc, making it very interdisciplinary for the various students. Watch the full video to learn about the program at the schools and various opportunities available.

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