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British Research Team Will Test Laser for Space Based Solar Power

Using small solar satellites that beam power to Earth has recently become a popular idea. Various groups have shown an interest, including the military for remote expeditions and governments that can use it for disaster relief and even remote desalination plants.
Stephen Sweeney and his colleagues from the University of Surrey, in England, will test a [...]

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