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Proposal for a sun-following moonbase
Document ID: 19910042733
Author: Landis, G. A.
Abstract: A new concept for a manned lunar facility is proposed, where the moon base moves across the moon to hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Journal Article
Date Acquired: Nov 28, 1995
Advances in photovoltaic technology
Document ID: 19920074431
Author: Landis, G. A.; Bailey, S. G.
Abstract: The advances in solar cell efficiency, radiation tolerance, and cost in the last 10 years are hide
Publication Year: 1992
Document Type: Preprint
Report/Patent Number: IAF PAPER 92-0599
Date Acquired: Nov 23, 1995
Effect of InAlAs window layer on the efficiency of indium phosphide solar cells
Document ID: 19920070539
Author: Jain, R. K.; Landis, G. A.
Abstract: Indium phosphide (InP) solar cell efficiencies are limited by surface recombination. The effect of a hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Nov 22, 1995
Enhancing optical absorption in InP and GaAs utilizing profile etching
Document ID: 19920070530
Author: Bailey, Sheila G.; Fatemi, Navid S.; Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The current state of profile etching in GaAs and InP is summarized, including data on novel hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Nov 22, 1995
Calculated performance of p(+)n InP solar cells with In(0.52)Al(0.48)As window layers
Document ID: 19920030642
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Author: Jain, R. K.; Landis, G. A.
Abstract: The performance of indium phosphide solar cells with lattice matched wide band-gap hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Journal Article
Date Acquired: Nov 22, 1995
Integrated solar power satellites - An approach to low-mass space power
Document ID: 19920057803
Author: Landis, G. A.; Cull, R. C.
Abstract: Previous concepts for solar power satellites have used conventional-technology photovoltaic arrays hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Nov 22, 1995
Survey of users of earth resources remote sensing data
Document ID: 19760019586
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Author: Wukelic, G. E.; Stephan, J. G.; Smail, H. E.; Landis, L.; Ebbert, T. F.
Abstract: A user survey was conducted to determine current earth resources survey (ERS) data use/user status hide
Publication Year: 1976
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-147361
Date Acquired: Nov 18, 1995
Integral glass encapsulation for solar arrays
Document ID: 19810025062
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Author: Landis, G. A.
Abstract: Electrostatic bonding technology, an encapsulation technique for terrestrial solar array was hide
Publication Year: 1981
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: DOE/JPL-954521-81/15, JPL-9950-589, FR-81-10046
Date Acquired: Nov 14, 1995
Enhancing optical absorption in InP and GaAs utilizing profile etching
Document ID: 19920004893
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Author: Bailey, Sheila G.; Fatemi, Navid S.; Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The current state of profile etching in GaAs and InP is summarized, including data on novel hide
Publication Year: 1991
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: NASA-TM-105325, E-6683, NAS 1.15:105325
Date Acquired: Nov 07, 1995
Photovoltaic array for Martian surface power
Document ID: 19920024655
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Author: Appelbaum, J.; Landis, G. A.
Abstract: Missions to Mars will require electric power. A leading candidate for providing power is solar power hide
Publication Year: 1992
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: NASA-TM-105827, E-7262, NAS 1.15:105827
Date Acquired: Nov 07, 1995
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