The Idaho National Laboratory plays an integral role in NASA missions, fueling and testing the radioisotope-powered generators for equipment such as the Mars rover Perseverance. Perseverance gets its electric power based on 20th-century space technology. Now the INL is pivoting to fuel and test 21st-century advances for the new outer-space generators currently in development, using …
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