ScienceDaily (June 10, 2011) — A Detroit entrepreneur surprised university engineers in Ohio recently, when he invented a heat-treatment that
makes steel 7 percent stronger than any steel on record -- in less than 10 seconds.
Lighter, stronger steel using heat treating methods like this could be a window to building structures in space. The simple weight limitations of
current steel and other building materials hampers our ability to build structures in space that could house more than just a few people. I believe
further study in metallurgical techniques such as this would go a long way toward getting us into space, and staying there.
Very cool, I would rather we implement the use of the plastic material named Starlight. I read this article today and this plastic is more than 2700
times stronger than the tiles on the space shuttles right now, and withstand the heat of 75 Hiroshima's.
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