ISRU

AcronymDefinition
ISRUIn-Situ Resource Utilization
ISRUIndustrial Statistics Research Unit (University of Newcastle; Newcastle, England, UK)
ISRUIslamic Society of Rutgers University
ISRUIstituto Sviluppo Risorse Umane (Italian: Human Resources Development Institute)
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NASA plans to make the bulk of the awards in one of three tracks, devoted to the development and testing of components for ISRU systems.
In view of the importance of the persons responsible for the Shariah Governance System in IIFS, the certain "fit and proper" criteria should be imposed on members of the Shariah board as well as officers of the ISCU and ISRU.
"These missions would be followed up with a more sophisticated ISRU architecture, wherein the vehicles would be able to harvest the local resources for years," says DuPuis.
The first in-space ISRU test has been targeted for 2018.
"The team is excited to continue working with our private terrestrial mining partners, the Canadian Space Agency, NASA and other private industries engaged in ISRU. We will continue to provide these groups with the technologies needed to realize their space mining ambitions."
In late 2010, the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) quietly articulated its interest and program in the Online Journal of Space Communications, stating that "the acquisition of space solar power will require development of fundamental new aerospace technologies, such as revolutionary launch approaches, ultrathin solar arrays, on-orbit manufacture/assembly/integration (MAI), precise attitude control, in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) for deep space exploration and space colonial expansion." It is clear the CAST proponents see SBSP in strategic terms:
He spoke to the delegates about the need for South African involvement in "In Situ Resource Utilisation" (ISRU), which means the mining and collection of resources from space, for use in space.
With energy and especially materials collected off Earth, in a manner that has come to be called in-situ resource utilization (ISRU), great savings are possible in the mass that must be lifted from Earth.
Experts included Durham's waste reduction specialists Agility, Teesside efficiency specialists CIM, Sunderland's environmental management specialists Integra, Northumbria's Centre for Design Research and the University of Newcastle's Industrial Statistics Research Unit (ISRU).
In reality, subscribers drive to the first two or three points they remember, then call back." Wallace says that now "you will be able to press a button connected to ATX servers, be identified by GPS locators, and get your directions with minimal operator assistance." Internally known as ISRU, it was developed with IBM Interactive and uses natural language query and stored playback.
According to engineers at the Mars In Situ Propulsion Production (ISPP) at the Space Technologies Lab (University of Arizona), astronauts will create [O.sub.2] on the Martian surface by using an In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) unit called an Oxygen Generator System.
According to engineers at the Mars In Situ Propulsion Production (ISPP) at the Space Technologies Lab (University of Arizona), astronauts will create O, on the Martian surface by using an In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) unit called an Oxygen Generator System.