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Title: Lithium Ion Batteries for Mars Exploration Missions
Authors: Ratnakumar, B.
Smart, M.
Byers, J.
Ewell, R.
Surampudi, S.
Issue Date: 11-Jan-1999
Citation: Annual Battery Conference 1999
Long Beach, CA, USA
Abstract: The upcoming NASA's missions aimed at exploring our Planetary system require batteries that can operate at extreme operating temperatures, with high specific energy and energy densities. Conventional aerospace rechargeable battery systems are inadequate to meet the demands.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/16650
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