Next year, the International Space Station will receive the Refabricator, the first machine to mix recycling and 3D printing into one process.
Researchers are working on a way to turn human waste into different substances, including omega-3 fatty acids and plastics, by using yeast.
The UK-based Airbus Defence and Space is developing metal 3D printed radio-frequency (RF) filter prototypes for telecom satellites.
Made In Space completes their latest project: 3D printing radiation shields and testing them on the International Space Station (ISS).
Today at 10AM (EST), NASA will livestream a six-hour spacewalk where astronauts will deploy a 3D printed nanosatellite.
Made in Space has developed and demonstrated a system called Archinaut which uses 3D printing and robotic arms to manufacture in space.
Made In Space is developing a tough plastic that will enable astronauts to create tools for use in the harsh conditions of space.
SpaceX enthusiast, Oliver Braun, taught himself how to 3D print to develop a replica of the Falcon 9, receiving praise from SpaceX employees.
Researchers from Carleton University are on the cusp of 3D printing an electric motor from materials similar to those found on the moon.
NASA is 3D printing radiation shields on the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, an experimental habitat on the International Space Station.
The micro-satellite space launch company Vector succeeds with flight test of a Vector-R launch vehicle equipped with a 3D printed engine part.
MIT Rocket Team, working with Markforged, 3D print a rocket motor using plastic. It successfully fired, breaking new ground in rocketry.
Scientists at Arizona State University have developed a 3D model of failed planet, Psyche, and plan to launch a mission to it in 2023.
The additive manufacturing laboratory at Northwestern University, USA, proves the viability of 3D printing using extraterrestrial dust.
The head of Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute will explain, in a lecture, how we'll perform hip replacements in space.
The first work of art in space -- the 'Laugh Star' -- will be a 3D printed model of recorded laughter at the International Space Station.
After being named the winner of the ISS Design Competition, Andy Filo’s satellite launcher to be 3D printed on the space station.