NewsNASA wants to reliably supply lunar stations with energy

NASA wants to reliably supply lunar stations with energy

NASA would like to be able to reliably supply future lunar stations with energy. The space agency is now looking for ideas for this.

Washington DC – NASA plans to send the next human-staffed rocket to the moon in 2025. But the space agency faces a problem. How can the research stations on the moon be best supplied with energy? The space agency is currently collecting ideas for this. NASA already has a certain idea about this, but the implementation is proving to be difficult.

BW24 * knows which technology NASA wants to use on the moon to generate energy in the future.

"Providing a reliable, high-performance system on the moon is a critical next step in human exploration of space," said Sebastian Corbisiero of the Idaho National Laboratory, which works with NASA on the project, in a statement. * BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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