How NASA Engineers Use Origami To Design Future Spacecraft

NASA is using origami to build a giant star blocker, in hopes of imaging distant worlds.
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“Origami, the Japanese tradition of paper-folding, has inspired a number of unique spacecraft designs here. It’s little wonder that it fascinates NASA engineers: origami can seem deceptively simple, hiding complex math within its creases.”
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