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ISS archaeologists launch Brick Moon to advise future space habitats

The only archaeologists to study how astronauts live while on board the International Space Station are now offering to advise the designers of the next orbiting outposts.

The co-directors of the International Space Station Archaeological Project (ISSAP) have partnered with an architect to found Brick Moon, a new consultancy firm (opens in new tab) that is aimed at helping improve productivity, reduce costs and support crew well-being aboard new space habitats. Brick Moon is making its formal debut this week at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris, France.

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