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The most significant limitation to neuronavigation during surgery is the loss of correlation between the preoperative 3D model and the surgical probe, due to the brain shift phenome-non. Thus, neuronavigation systems that include the ability to compensate for brain shift and, therefore, improve the accuracy of neurosurgical procedures in a cost-effective way are likely to be the next breakthrough in image-guided neurosurgery. The introduction of robotics in neurosurgery and the assistance of new imaging techniques enable a more precise identification and location of surgical targets.

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Mattei, A. Rodriguez, D. Sambhara, and E. Huda, H. Yu, and S. DeLorenzo, X. Papademetris, L. Staib, K. Vives, D. Spencer, and J. Chen, R. Ong, A. Aside from an instrument-laden dummy named Ripley, Crew Dragon didn't carry any passengers on the flight, which is known as Demo But the success of the shakeout cruise suggests that this huge milestone isn't far off. American astronauts haven't launched to orbit aboard a homegrown spacecraft since July , when the space shuttle Atlantis lifted off on the final mission of the shuttle program.

Ever since then, the United States — and every other nation that sends people to and from the ISS — has been dependent on Russian Soyuz spacecraft , which launch atop rockets of the same name. This reliance on Russia was always supposed to be temporary, a sort of stopgap until private American vehicles became available. At the time, NASA officials said they hoped that one or both of these capsules would be operational by the end of That timeline has been pushed back, of course. But, with Demo-1 in the books, the goal is now in sight for SpaceX.

Indeed, the company could get there this year. A launch-abort test, which will demonstrate Crew Dragon's emergency-escape system, is planned for the June timeframe. If that goes well, a crewed demonstration flight to the ISS called Demo-2 could occur as early as July. Contracted missions for NASA, each of which will carry four astronauts, will follow sometime thereafter. Boeing's target schedule is similar. The private spacecraft, and other recent innovations such as routinely reflown rockets, will help lower the cost of access to space and thereby enable lots more activity in low-Earth orbit LEO and beyond, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said today in a webcast address just after Crew Dragon's splashdown.