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Re: Lithium Batteries



Hello Ivan

Thanks for your msg. Your info is very interesting to
me. I asking specially about Lithium-Sulfur Dioxide
batteries,(Li-So2).

Regards.

Dario.

--- ivan <galysh@juno.nrl.navy.mil> escribió: > Hello,
> 
> I have heard that Lockheed Martin has claimed to
> have the first
> rechargable li-ion batteries in space. I have been
> testing some
> Panasonic cells for space use. I have run them
> through a temperature
> profile from 0C to 85C in a vacuum. The batteries
> worked fine. I also
> ran the batteries for a couple months in a vacuum at
> a steady
> temperature of 33C. The batteries did great and
> still works. They are
> sealed.
> 
> I'll have some plots put up on the stensat website
> in a few weeks.
> 
> www.stensat.org
> 
> Ivan
> 
> Dario Grandinetti wrote:
> 
> > Hello,
> >
> > I looking for information about lithium batteries
> for
> > space use. Someone in the list have info about its
> or
> > know if those batteries can be use in space.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > Dario.
> >
> >
>
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