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Researchers develop dustbuster for the moon

Space Daily Tuesday, 1 September 2020
Researchers develop dustbuster for the moonBoulder CO (SPX) Sep 01, 2020

A team led by the University of Colorado Boulder is pioneering a new solution to the problem of spring cleaning on the moon: Why not zap away the grime using a beam of electrons? The research, published recently in the journal Acta Astronautica, marks the latest to explore a persistent, and perhaps surprising, hiccup in humanity's dreams of colonizing the moon: dust. Astronauts walking or
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