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Apr 13, 2019

NASA Looks Into Rechargeable Venus Lander; Powered By Microwave-Beaming Atmospheric Balloon

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Thanks to way cool new tech, Venus may no longer be such a longshot for robotic landers. Let’s hope that Brandon gets his additional Phase Two study out of NIAC and NASA will finally send a lander to Venus.


Thanks to innovative new technology, Venus may no longer be such a longshot for robotic landers.


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  • Eden on April 13, 2019 8:12 am

    NASA is funding a study that may pave the way for a rechargeable lander on Venus; one that would be wirelessly charged by a floating, balloon-like companion that would collect solar power in our neighboring planet’s upper atmosphere.

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