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Seminar: Developing, testing, and commercializing the Hydromars water purification technology for deep space missions

A person needs 3L water/day to survive in space (1 ton/person/year, shipping costs equal €45M).
It is impossible from the technical and economical points of view to carry that amount from earth for long-term missions as spaceships are too small and reactors are not powerful enough to lift off such a load. Current water recycling systems are not efficient enough for carrying out long space missions.

Shorena Tsindeliani, CEO of Hydromars AB, will present this topic further on one of our monthly seminars. The seminar will be held February 3 15.00-16.00, place and zoom-link will be posted closer to the date!

See you there!

Time: Thu 2022-02-03 15.15 - 16.00

Lecturer: Shorena Tsindeliani

Page responsible:Ceona Lindstein
Belongs to: KTH Space Center
Last changed: Jan 19, 2022