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.
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"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.