Published On: Thu, Feb 1st, 2018

Blockchain Technology Is Becoming Crucial For Space Exploration

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The space age is speeding up with extraordinary momentum. Now, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is exploring the potential of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve space communications. Concurrently, private companies are already bringing blockchain technology into space.
Space Exploration Based on Blockchain Technology

In March 2017, the U.S. Congress passed Bill S.442, which directed NASA to prepare a plan for deep space exploration, including sending humans to Mars. To ensure success on S.442’s mandate, NASA is moving decisively into blockchain technology and AI.
Indeed, NASA has awarded a grant of $330,000 to scientists at the University of Akron early this year. The purpose of this grant is for scientists to ascertain blockchain technology potential to improve space communications.
Also, NASA granted $840,000 to the University of Akron, which is in partnership with Cleveland State University and California State University at Los Angeles. The purpose of the grant is to study how different materials solidify in space in the absence of gravity.
Space communications present various gigantic challenges, such as disruptions and vast distances between stations. Moreover, massive amounts of data need to be processed. As a result, communication systems must be secured, trustless, …

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