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The Solar System: Recent Exploration Results
Document ID: 20070010742
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The solar system has been visited by space probes, ranging from the Mariner Mercury-Venus mission hide
Publication Year: 2006
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Mar 23, 2007
Re-Evaluating Satellite Solar Power Systems for Earth
Document ID: 20070005136
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The Solar Power Satellite System is a concept to collect solar power in space, and then transport it hide
Publication Year: 2006
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Feb 09, 2007
EXPLORING MARS WITH SOLAR-POWERED ROVERS
Document ID: 20060013412
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The Mars Exploration Rover (MER) project landed two solar-powered rovers, "Spirit" and hide
Publication Year: 2006
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: May 25, 2006
WATER ON MARS: EVIDENCE FROM MER MISSION RESULTS
Document ID: 20060005145
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission landed two rovers on Mars, equipped with a highly-capable hide
Publication Year: 2006
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: IAC-04-Q.P.05
Date Acquired: Feb 07, 2006
MEMS CLOSED CHAMBER HEAT ENGINE AND ELECTRIC GENERATOR
Document ID: 20060009297
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A. (Inventor)
Abstract: A heat engine, preferably combined with an electric generator, and advantageously implemented using hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: Patent
Report/Patent Number: US-Patent-6,978,611, US-Patent-Appl-SN-453251, NASA-Case-LEW-17391-1
Date Acquired: Mar 30, 2006
Materials Refining for Solar Array Production on the Moon
Document ID: 20060004126
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Silicon, aluminum, and glass are the primary raw materials that will be required for production of hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2005-214014, E-15331
Date Acquired: Feb 01, 2006
CHARGING OF DEVICES BY MICROWAVE POWER BEAMING
Document ID: 20060009004
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A. (Inventor)
Abstract: A system for providing wireless, charging power and/or primary power to electronic/electrical hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: Patent
Report/Patent Number: US-Patent-6,967,462, US-Patent-Appl-SN-455139, NASA-Case-LEW-17383-1
Date Acquired: Mar 24, 2006
Carbon-Nanotube Conductive Layers for Thin-Film Solar Cells
Document ID: 20110014922
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Thin, transparent layers comprising mats of carbon nanotubes have been proposed for providing hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: NASA Tech Brief
Report/Patent Number: LEW-17562/3-1
Date Acquired: Aug 26, 2011
Progress of the Dust Accumulation and Removal Technology Experiment (DART) for the Mars 2001 Lander
Document ID: 20050203759
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Author: Jenkins, Phillip; Landis, Geoffrey A.; Wilt, David; Krasowski, Michael; Greer, Lawrence; Baraona, Cosmo; Scheiman, David
Abstract: Dust deposition could be a significant problem for photovoltaic array operation for long duration hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Aug 23, 2005
High-temperature Solar Cell Development
Document ID: 20050206368
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Merritt, Danielle; Raffaelle, Ryne P.; Scheiman, David
Abstract: The vast majority of space probes to date have relied upon photovoltaic power generation. If future hide
Publication Year: 2005
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Sep 06, 2005
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