NASA plans to use lithium-ion batteries on space station

02/3/2013 | Aviation Week & Space Technology

NASA is keeping plans to replace batteries on the International Space Station with lithium-ion batteries. "We have independent experts who review the whole design and implementation and hazard controls that we have on these," said Caris "Skip" Hatfield, manager of NASA's ISS development.

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