NASA makes oxygen in space from existing carbon-dioxide


Washington DC

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA has said that it has successfully tested a technology that produces oxygen from carbon dioxide.

The device, named MOXIE, is said to be able to make five grams of oxygen enough for one to breathe for 10 minutes.

The agency is researching the larger form of MOXIE. NASA has said the probation is being carried on to use a larger form of MOXIE in the future Mars Missions rather than oxygen.

MOXIE is currently in the Perseverance Rover.

Along with it, NASA has also successfully launched its second helicopter launch on Mars.

Publish : 2021-04-24 12:11:00

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