Nanotechnology in Space

In future space missions, Nanotechnology will play an important role. Nanosensors, intensely upgraded great performance materials or extremely proficient propulsions systems, examples are space elevator, protecting satellites from energy weapons, propulsion systems, radiating shielding, anti-satellite weapon counter  measure, space instrumentation. The abundant choice for elevator’s cable are carbon nanotubes, consequently nanotechnology is capable to produce carbon-based material that is light in weight yet tough sufficient to resist the forces it would face in space. Nanotechnology could clench the substantial in building space flight more practical. Progressions in nanomaterials make lightweight solar sails and a cable for the space elevator probable. By significantly dropping the quantity of rocket fuel required, these advances could inferior the cost of reaching orbit and roving in space. Furthermore, new materials joined with nanosensors and nanorobots could improve the enactment of spaceships, spacesuits and the equipment used to discover planets and moons, making nanotechnology an imperative part of the ‘final frontier’. A space elevator would create all varieties of revolutionary energies conceivable by dramatically decreasing the cost of transporting things into orbit.

  • Nanosensors and Nanospace suits
  • NASA centre for space Nanotechnology
  • Nanorobots and light weight spacecraft
  • Carbon Nanotubes & Nano Lubricants
  • Development of spaceflight in Nanotechnology

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