Robotic science missions to the outer solar system could be used as test-beds and would benefit from this technology (faster missions or heavier payload), as well as surface power sources for In-Situ Resource Utilization and life support.
What does ISRU stand for?
ISRU stands for In-Situ Resource Utilization
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- International Society for Research in Science and Technology
- Incidental Serial Reaction Time (mental health)
- Institute of Statistical Research and Training (University of Dhaka)
- Intel System Recovery Tool (software)
- Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Targeting
- Internal Security Response Team
- International Spinal Research Trust
- Iowa Society of Radiologic Technologists (Monticello, IA)
- International Symposium on Regulatory Testing and Animal Welfare
- International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
- Industrial Statistics Research Unit (University of Newcastle; Newcastle, England, UK)
- Islamic Society of Rutgers University
- Istituto Sviluppo Risorse Umane (Italian: Human Resources Development Institute)
- Institution of Structural Engineers
- Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Vehicle
- International Symposium on Respiratory Viral Infections
- Inter-State River Water Disputes (Act regarding water sharing in India)
- Interchangeability, Substitutability, & Replaceability Working List
- Inter-State Raw Water Transfer Project (Malaysia)
- I'm So Sure
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com/prnh/20081007/38461LOGO) The In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) analog mission is a collaboration of NASA partners, primarily the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), with help from the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES).
Other papers relate to disaster mitigation; earthquake engineering; new developments and issues in twenty-first century engineering education in dynamics, controls, and structures; field sensing and robotics; space engineering and construction; in-situ resource utilization and development; human exploration and development of space; advanced space transportation systems; space environment and power systems; terrestrial and space architecture in challenging environments; and engineering and science in earth-based extreme regions.