Angelo Vermeulen in various media on bio-inspired space architecture
News - 07 January 2019 - Webredactie
Going interstellar is hard. The closest stars to the sun are generally several light-years away, so a trip would take decades at best. Not to mention that the road there is perilous: Particle impacts and radiation can easily destroy a mission on its way there. Angelo Vermeulen, researcher at TU Delft, however, likes hard problems. He has imagined a spacecraft dug into an asteroid, which evolves like an organism and could take us beyond the solar system.
- Listen to the podcast: Talking Space Food With Angelo Vermeulen
The Spoon, 23 December 2018
- Read the article: Think Living Spaceships Are Science Fiction? Think Again
Ozy, 7 January 2019