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NASA is asking university students to help solve the lunar dust issue. The winners will be given up to $180,000 to build, test, and showcase their technologies. (Image Credit: NASA)   Lunar dust can be quite dangerous, especially for astronauts, since it's toxic for their lungs. It can also damage spacesuits, equipment and spacecraft. If we're to create a base there or perform future tasks on the surface, then something has to change.   That's why NASA is reaching out to university s ...

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