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X 0 Secondary Power System . Battery (Lithium-Ion). Lithium-Ion Battery ( Lith -ion) . Lander. Rover . One 28v 8Ah Battery 224 Watt-hours 1.54 kg battery 3.86kg for battery assembly (battery, housing , heater,…) One half mars rover specs

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x 0 secondary power system

X0 Secondary Power System

Battery

(Lithium-Ion)

Jeff Knowlton-Power System

lithium ion battery lith ion
Lithium-Ion Battery (Lith-ion)

Lander

Rover

One 28v 8Ah Battery

224 Watt-hours

1.54 kg battery 3.86kg for battery assembly (battery, housing, heater,…)

One half mars rover specs

Cannot complete lunar mission without recharging

  • Two 28v 8 Ah batteries
  • 448Watt-hours
  • 1.54 kg Each 7.72kg for battery assembly (housing, heater,…)
  • Size dictated by Mars Rover (set as max for X0)

Jeff Knowlton-Power System

previous mission
Previous Mission
  • Patel, Mukund R., Spacecraft Power Systems, CRC Press, New York, 2005 p.252

*Current battery capabilities courtesy of Yardney

Jeff Knowlton-Power System

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-Mars Rover gets at best 900W-h per 24h 37 min

-Maximum of 40 m per day

-Gives roughly .044m/W-h

-Need 11250 W-h for 500m

-Need 77 kg battery or solar panels to recharge the battery

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