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When lunar colonists need a new tool or replacement part to fix a broken spacecraft leg, all they'll need to do is scoop up some moon rocks and feed them into a 3-D printer, suggests a new proof-of-concept study.
The ability to use material already on the moon to build things and fix equipment could save earthlings a bundle of money in fuel costs since they won't have to haul everything they need to their lunar outposts.
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