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Boeing brings more PV power to NASA International Space Station – pv magazine Australia

Six new arrays with a combined capacity of 120 kW will be installed on the International Space Station starting from this year. The panels will be brought to the…



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From pv magazine Global.
U.S. manufacturer Boeing-Spectrolab  which works with solar for space exploration  announced it will build six more solar arrays for the International Space Station (ISS) operated by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
The six arrays, which will have a total surface of 19x6m and a combined capacity of 120 kW, will provide an increase of up to 30% in installed power for the station, which already relies on eight solar arrays. The arrays will provide…

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