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source:Robotics &AutomationA Chinese startup company called Origin Space has launched a prototype robot designed to collect space debris and eventually mine asteroids while in low-Earth orbit.The Neo-01 robot was launched on the Chinese state-backed rocket Long March recently, and weighs about 30 kg. The system will use a net to catch debris.Satellites of all kinds – military and civilian – have been launched in their thousands in the past few decades. And when these become obsolete, they just end up floating in space, accounting for a large portion of the debris floating around in space a...
Release time: 2021 - 04 - 29
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source:The Deep DiveOn April 21, Energy Fuels Inc. (TSX: EFR) and Hyperion Metals Limited (ASX: HYM) reached a memorandum of understanding (MOU) where Hyperion will evaluate its ability to commercially supply monazite sands from its Titan Project in the U.S. state of Tennessee to Energy Fuels’ White Mesa Mill in Blanding, Utah. Energy Fuels plans to become an important player in the rare earth elements (REE) sector by accepting and processing REE ores at White Mesa, which is currently the only licensed and operating uranium and vanadium mill in the United States.Monazite is one of the four min...
Release time: 2021 - 04 - 28
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source:APTN NewsThe Northwest Territories resource sector has a new kid in town.Nechalacho Rare Earths Mine, located around 100 kilometers east of Yellowknife on Thor Lake is gearing up to enter production this spring.According to Cheetah Resources Corp., operators of the demonstration project and owners of deposits near the surface, Nechalacho will be the first Canadian producer of rare earth elements and the first project in the country where an Indigenous group is contracted for extracting minerals in its own territory.It's a pleasant surprise for Kyle Bayha, a heavy equipment operator ...
Release time: 2021 - 04 - 28
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source:QuartzIn 2010, the Japanese government had a rude wakeup call: Beijing had abruptly cut off all rare earth exports to Japan over a fishing trawler dispute. Tokyo was almost entirely dependent on China for the critical metals, and the embargo exposed this acute vulnerability.The silver lining to this incident, which sent global rare earth prices skyrocketing before they crashed down as the speculative bubble popped, is that it forced Japan to rethink its critical raw materials policy. A decade on, it has significantly reduced its dependance on China for rare earths, and continues to dive...
Release time: 2021 - 04 - 25
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