Space-station builder Voyager Space and their subsidiary Nanoracks announced that they worked with Maxar to perform a cutting-edge experiment that was recently launched on SpaceX’s Transporter-5 rideshare mission. The experiment? Cutting metal without edges and the first results are in.
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