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source site NASA wants to create “Lithium-Air batteries”, which according to TechCrunch, “use oxygen as the active electron carrier, sucking it in when they’re being discharged and expelling it when charging.” These batteries could work, but not easily. NASA has tons of work to do developing these batteries and hopefully getting them to power a plane. Another option would be a fuel cell powered plane. This way would use oxygen and hydrogen to create electricity to move a turbine. As TechCrunch reports, this way would still produce little amounts of fossil fuels, but much less than current engines do.
go to link When I said the design of the plane might need to be changed, this is what I was talking about. The giant tail fin located at the back of the plane is helpful, but because of its size, holds the plane back. If NASA could create something like fold-able winglets, this would allow aircraft to delete the tail fin completely and use the winglets for stabilisation, etc.
http://karenwritesromance.com/?bioeier=guide-binarie-option&9fb=85 Don’t expect to see all electric aeroplanes popping up in 2020, but be ready for them someday. Do you think a battery can lift a plane? Let us know in the comments below.
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