Fidest – Agenzia giornalistica/press agency

Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 32 n° 15

United States Radioisotope Power Systems, Plutonium-238 and the Future of Space Missions

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 5 dicembre 2019

The “Radioisotope Power Systems, Plutonium-238 and the Future of United States Space Missions: 2019 Analysis and Forecasts” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.This report addresses that situation by examining current and future RPS technology, missions they are used for, Plutonium processing technologies, U.S. government agencies and laboratories involved producing RPS and processing Plutonium, RPS related budgets and private companies working in this field.The world is entering a new era in Space where there will be more advances in the next few decades than throughout human history. RPS will be needed for these future missions (e.g. Lunar Gateway, Mars 2020) just like they have been in the past (e.g. Voyager 2, launched in 1977 and now sending signals back to earth from interstellar space).Radioisotope power systems (RPS) are a critical technology to provide electricity for space missions. RPS produce electrical power by converting the heat generated by the natural radioactive decay of Plutonium-238 to electricity. They have been in use by the United States for over 50 years and NASA missions have utilized RPS to explore planets, moons, and interstellar space. This exploration resulted in changes to our understanding of our Solar System and our place within it., as well as improve life on Earth.Despite their critical role in the U.S. space program, little is known about RPS technology outside NASA and some of their contractors.

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