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Origami in Space: BYU-Designed Solar Arrays Inspired by Origami

Origami is a source of inspiration for #BYU mechanical engineers who are working with the National Science Foundation, NASA/JPL and origami master Robert Lang to design complaint mechanisms for use in space and in other applications.

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