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Exploring and harvesting asteroids' resources by using robotic spacecraft is no longer a fantasy: indeed, a brand new space age is starting. In a couple of years, landing on an asteroid to extract its abundant raw materials and bring it back to Earth to supply industries on land will be a reality. But what would it take?
Since the end of the Cold War, the infantry has become a constantly evolving tool within Western armies, along with the reduction of pharaonic weaponry projects and increased use of Special Forces with different equipment. Each country explores different solutions whether biological, mechanical, or computer, to change the nature of man and make them less vulnerable and more powerful.
Nanotechnologies, one of the most promising areas of research today: mastery of the infinitely small. In the industry, researchers are discovering materials more than 100 times stronger than steel, they create outstanding electrical conductors, self- cleaning or depolluting substances. Applied to hu- mans, they could revolutionize medicine and the control of the human body.
Mars is about to be colonized. Our robots are already there, to recognize and prepare the ground. So when will it be humans' turn? Since 1960, 47 missions to the Red Planet have been programmed. Last achieved: the Curiosity project. The scientific community is unanimous: Mars is the new frontier of life. Is there still water in liquid form in the basement? Can it house life?
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