BYU Engineers Turn to Origami to Solve Astronomical Space Problem

by | Nov. 27, 2013

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BYU engineers have teamed up with a world-renown origami expert to solve one of space exploration’s greatest (and ironic) problems: lack of space.

Working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a team of mechanical engineering students and faculty have designed a solar array that can be tightly compacted for launch and then deployed in space to generate power for space stations or satellites.

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