Solar mirrors in the stratosphere

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Several groups think large hot air balloons can fly long term in the stratosphere, using solar energy to heat the air that provides the lift. Besides transponders that serve cellphones and provide some of the same purposes as communications satellites; steerable mirrors can beam sunlight through holes in the clouds to existing solar energy sites.

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