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This satellite could be beaming solar power down from space by 2025

Written on:August 23, 2013
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NASA veteran and aerospace entrepreneur John Mankins wants to put a flock of solar power plant in space that could deliver power to anywhere on the planet. But most of the industry thinks it would be too expensive. Mankins shared his vision and some ideas for overcoming the remaining technical challenges with Motherboard.

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