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Slabs are made out of volcanic basalt fines – a waste byproduct found in local quarries – and each slab is ‘glued’ with different binders

PISCES debuts state’s first ‘lunar sidewalk’ in Hilo

Slabs are made out of volcanic basalt fines – a waste byproduct found in local quarries – and each slab is ‘glued’ with different binders

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PISCES names Romo as project manager

MEDIA RELEASE The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES) has a new member on its team. Rodrigo Romo of Hilo was chosen for the full-time PISCES Project Manager position. Romo has spent the last 16 years as the Vice President of Engineering for Zeta Corporation, a company that offers green technology solutions for […]

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PISCES signs six memoranda of understanding

MEDIA RELEASE PISCES, the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, has entered into new partnerships with key organizations that support space exploration, signaling growing global interest in Hawaii aerospace. The International Space Exploration Research Institute at Hanyang University in Korea, the Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies at the University of Southern California, the […]

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House seeks additional funds for space exploration program

MEDIA RELEASE The House Committee on Finance unanimously passed HB1419 HD1, which will appropriate additional funds to support the development and expansion of Hawaii’s aerospace and related industries. Supplemental funding will be provided to the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES) to help attract aerospace technology and corporations to Hawaii. The funding will […]

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Big plans for PISCES program

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems has received $2.3 million to help attract NASA and other space agencies to the Big Island. The funds include $1.8 million to begin plans for facility expansion and $500,000 for operations cost, said Rob Kelso, the new PISCES executive director. While […]

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NASA conducting mission simulations near Hilo

MEDIA RELEASE NASA this week began conducting a nine-day field test outside Hilo to evaluate new exploration techniques for the surface of the moon. These mission simulations, known as analog missions, are performed at extreme and often remote Earth locations to prepare for robotic and human missions to extraterrestrial destinations. The In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) […]

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PISCES hosts meeting of space organization, research centers

PISCES hosts meeting of space organization, research centers

MEDIA RELEASE The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES) is hosting about 40 representatives from a variety of space organizations Feb. 11-12 in Hilo, to talk about the role of PISCES in future research, education and field tests. The meeting will be held at the Institute for Astronomy on the University of Hawaii […]

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