An intricately designed 3D-printed cube, which represents the melding together of art and science, is one of the Republic’s contributions to an exhibit that mankind will be sending to the moon.
The cube, named Structure & Reflectance, is smaller than a standard dice – measuring 0.98 cm on each side – with four of its faces each depicting a unique series of patterns.
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