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Nasa testing 'inflatable space lodges' that will house astronauts on trips to the Moon or Mars

NASA is considering housing astronauts in "inflatable space lodges" during trips to the Moon and Mars. The space agency is currently reviewing potential habitats for its Gateway – a floating lunar outpost.
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