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.

View Full Article in:

Aviation Week & Space Technology

Published in Briefs:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Government & Nonprofit

Job Title Company Location
Chief Financial Officer
Desert AIDS Project
Palm Springs, CA
Multimedia Manager
Aerospace Industries Association
Arlington, VA
Director- Aviation, Travel and Tourism
The World Economic Forum
New York, NY
Manager, Corporate & Foundation Relations
Point Foundation
New York, NY
Director of Marketing
Safe Flight Instrument Corporation
White Plains, NY