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Re: Artemis
bberg950   1/12/2018 8:53:29 PM
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Speaker Dennis Wingo made reference to The Martian during his talk. His slides, which include two embedded videos, are available as a PDF on the IEEE-CNSV site that is linked in the story - use the "Events/Past Events" popdown to find this. More importantly, a Camtasia recording of the entire 90 minute talk including extensive Q&A will be posted on the site soon, and this will provide access to MUCH more fascinating info that could not fit into Rick Merritt's story. Email me at b.berg@ieee.org and I will let you know when this recording is available.

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MikePDX   1/12/2018 2:03:29 PM
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Andy Weir, author of "The Martian", just came out with "Artemis", about a small city on the Moon. Lots of lunar manufacturing with great technical detail. Plus it's just a good page-turner.



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