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From the hottest deserts to the deepest oceans, life on Earth has evolved to thrive in many harsh environments. Given these capabilities, some scientists are exploring the possibility for life to emerge in extreme environments found throughout the solar system.

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This is a summary of ‘Mobility, Power and Thermal Control of Spherex for Planetary Exploration’, in AAS Guidance and Control Conference 2020, and ‘A cubesat centrifuge for long duration milligravity research’, in npj Microgravity.

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