Orbiting reflectors could help provide clean energy when demand peaks near dawn and dusk by 'making the day longer'
Dr Onur Celik is a postdoctoral research associate in space technology at the University of Glasgow. He is interested broadly in the fields space systems engineering and planetary science and how we can use Space-based solutions to generate solar energy through the European Research Council SOLSPACE project, and is investigating the underlying orbital dynamics in this area.
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