Dawn at Ceres
Planetary Resources CEO Chris Lewicki, left, greets Prince Guillaume, the hereditary grand duke of Luxembourg, during an April 13 visit to Seattle. The visit followed an April 12 stop in Silicon Valley. Credit:  Jean-Christophe Verhaegen via Spaceresources.lu
AIM watches impact
ARM boulder return
Lucy and Psyche
AIM watches impact
Arkyd Ceres system
Once the boulder is secured, the Capture and Restraint System legs will provide a mechanical push off that will separate the boulder from the surface and provide an initial ascent without the use of thrusters to limit the amount of debris created.
Credit: NASA
A Deep Space Industries concept for a spacecraft that could retrieve space resources from the surface of an asteroid. Credit: Bryan Versteeg / DSI
Psyche. Credit: SSL artist's concept.
A 20-meter asteroid on its way to Earth dramatically disintegrated above Chelyabinsk, Russia on Feb. 15, 2013. Credit: M. Ahmetvaleev
Members of the NASA Advisory Council and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden (fourth from the left) visit Langley Research Center in July 2014. Credit: NASA/David C. Bowman

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