XCOR Aerospace, a California-based spaceflight development company announced at the Space Tech Expo that 30-minute tours to space will begin soon. The company said passengers get on a spacecraft and travel 110 kilometers in 15 minutes and can stay for five minutes in a gravity-free environment to explore the difference between earth and space. Taking place in the Long Beach city of Los Angeles, the fair featured space capsules, rockets, telescopes, model space shuttles, satellites and space apparel. Having ended on Thursday, conferences were held with the participation of NASA experts. The use of new space technologies for civil, commercial and military purposes was discussed at the panel sessions. A research team from the Maryland Capital Technology University introduced their project "HERMES." The team said that it will soon be possible for a seismologist to open a mobile phone app and command a satellite to take pictures of an earthquake in progress many miles away.
Made in Space, which produces gravity-free 3D printers for NASA, presented objects printed in space, and announced that the first commercial gravity-free 3D printer AMF is currently on sale. The three-day fair hosted almost 200 companies from various countries like Canada, France, Germany, Ireland and the U.K., along with the leading names in the space industry such as Boeing, SpaceX and Spencer Aircraft.
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