Masten Advances Power System For Lunar Night Survival

Seen here compared in size to a soda can, the NITE system is aimed at use on small lunar landers and rovers.
Credit: Masten Space Systems
Masten Space Systems is touting progress with its Nighttime Integrated Thermal and Electricity (NITE) system, designed as a low-cost/low-mass method for keeping electronics and payloads on commercial lunar landers alive during nights on the Moon. A lunar night lasts almost 14 Earth days, with...

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