Asteroid Retrieval Feasibility Study

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Keck Institute for Space Studies report on the Asteroid Retrieval Feasibility Study
Image Credit: Rick Sternbach / KISS

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The Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) study, entitled Asteroid Retrieval Feasibility Study, is posted by the National Space Society (NSS) here (pdf).

On April 24, Planetary Resources officials will announce details of their space exploration plans in a press conference at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. Investors include Charles Simonyi and James Cameron, among others, including Google’s Larry Page and Eric Schmidt.

The original announcement of the KiSS study is described here.

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