The University of Dayton’s research institute is currently home to two very rare and expensive batteries.
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According to scientists there are only three of these types of batteries in existence and two of them are right here in Dayton, the third is powering the Mars Rover Curiosity.
News Center 7’s Adam Marshall talked to Chadwick Barklay, a research scientist at the institute, who says UD is conducting long term life-cycle testing of the batteries to assist NASA.
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