Advanced Batteries that can Land Robots on VENUS

Scientists have been focusing on exploring the Mars since decades, but now they are targeting the other neighbor of earth, VENUS, as well.

The biggest challenge of exploring Venus is, its super thick atmosphere that makes landing really tricky.

The atmosphere is made of the Sulphuric Acid, and it produces so much heat that it can melt literally anything.

This much amount of heat destroys the batteries used in space equipments.

NASA has joined hands with Advanced Thermal Batteries (Inc) to solve this problem.

They have succeeded in producing advanced batteries that are capable of handling the extreme heat of VENUS.

These futuristic batteries will help scientists to explore Venus without worrying about the melting of batteries.

These batteries are made of specially designed chemistry and structural materials.

And they can easily last 120 earth days without any issues.


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