The world’s largest, most expensive and most powerful solar array is now on display at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.
The Smithsonian’s Solar Power Pavilion, named for the solar system in which it was built, is located in the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum’s Space and Space Technology Pavilion.
The solar array includes four different kinds of arrays: a single-phase array, which consists of an array of mirrors on a single plane; two-phase arrays, which have two mirrors on the same plane; a hybrid array, where two mirrors are stacked on top of each other and form a triple helix; and a solar cell, which uses both mirrors on top and the solar array as a structure.
The arrays are stacked in an equilateral triangle shape on a plane parallel to the equator, the center of which is tilted toward the sun.
The array has a maximum theoretical output of 5,000 watts, which is twice the current generation of commercial solar arrays.
The solar array was built in 2003 to test the capabilities of the new generation of arrays.
The total cost of the solar power array was $4.7 billion, according to a statement from the Smithsonian.
The display, which includes a full-size replica of the moon and a replica of a comet that were designed to look like a giant spinning top, is one of the largest solar array displays in the world.
It is the largest of its kind in the museum, according a statement by the Smithsonian from the museum.
The exhibition is housed in the Space & Space Technology Museum’s Center for Space Research.
The largest solar arrays in the U.S. were built in the mid-1950s and 1970s.
Today, solar arrays can generate up to 10,00 times the theoretical output for commercial applications.
The project was built by the American Solar Energy Association (ASA), an advocacy group for solar and wind energy.
The project was financed by the National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Department of Energy, and the National Institutes of Health.