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Both of these systems utilize solar-tracking mirror (or lens) optical subsystems for concentrating the relatively weak solar energy. We have seen that the STEC system is normally concentrated in a centralized facility while the thermoelectric systems can be either concentrated or dispersed~a procedure with less potential ecological damage . 15. These tables provide an estimate of the amount of effort required to power civilization by various solar-electric means. Note that Scenario A requires no solar-electric input, but that with their increasing population ' Thermoelectric systems are employed as electrical energy sources in deep space craft.
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