Mission Accomplished: Majestic and Made In Space 3D Print the Internet from the ISS

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Last year, search engine provider Majestic announced an ambitious goal – they were going to 3D print the Internet. All of it. From space. While the announcement may have raised an eyebrow or two, Majestic was very serious about the project, which they planned to carry out with the help of Made In Space, which sent a new 3D printer to the International Space Station at the same time that Majestic unveiled their project. Majestic.com, a winner of a 2016 Queen’s Award for Innovation, isn’t just any search engine – it’s a web crawler that traverses the Internet on a vast scale and rates every website according to how trustworthy it is. Yes, every single website – Majestic has a map of every page and site on the Internet, with each link assigned a mathematical score so that businesses can tell how much influence their sites might have on commercial search engines and

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Source: 3dprint.com:   Mission Accomplished: Majestic and Made In Space 3D Print the Internet from the ISS