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GaAs Photovoltaics on Polycrystalline Ge Substrates
Document ID: 20090022282
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Author: Wilt, David M.; Pal, AnnaMaria T.; McNatt, Jeremiah S.; Wolford, David S.; Landis, Geoffrey A.; Smith, Mark A.; Scheiman, David; Jenkins, Phillip P.; McElroy Bruce
Abstract: High efficiency III-V multijunction solar cells deposited on metal foil or even polymer substrates hide
Publication Year: 2007
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Jun 10, 2009
Mars Solar Power
Document ID: 20040191326
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Kerslake, Thomas W.; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Scheiman, David A.
Abstract: NASA missions to Mars, both robotic and human, rely on solar arrays for the primary power system. hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2004-213367, AIAA Paper 2004-5555, E-14835
Date Acquired: Dec 14, 2004
Photovoltaic Cell Operation on Mars
Document ID: 20050198947
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Kerslake, Thomas; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Scheiman, David A.
Abstract: The Martian surface environment provides peculiar challenges for the operation of solar arrays: low hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Report/Patent Number: E-14870
Date Acquired: Aug 10, 2005
Dust Mitigation for Mars Solar Arrays
Document ID: 20120009169
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Jenkins, Phillip P.
Abstract: Settling of atmospheric dust onto the surface of the solar array is potentially a lifetime-limiting hide
Publication Year: 2002
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Jun 01, 2012
The 2001 Mars In-Situ-Propellant-Production Precursor (MIP) Flight Demonstration
Document ID: 20100033701
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Author: Kaplan, David I.; Baird, R. Scott; Ratliff, James E.; Baraona, Cosmo R.; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Landis, Geoffrey A.; Scheiman, David A.; Brinza, David E.; Johnson, Kenneth R.; Karlmann, Paul B.; hide
Abstract: The successful performance of the five individual demonstrations of MARS hide
Publication Year: 2000
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: JSC-CN-6027
Date Acquired: Oct 04, 2010
Characterization of Settled Atmospheric Dust by the DART Experiment
Document ID: 20000012719
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Baraona, Cosmo
Abstract: The DART ("Dust Accumulation and Removal Test") package is an experiment which will fly as hide
Publication Year: 1999
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Feb 11, 2000
Development of a solar-cell dust opacity measurement instrument for Mars Pathfinder
Document ID: 19960045603
Author: Landis, Geoffrey; Jenkins, Phillip P.
Abstract: The atmosphere of Mars has a considerable load of suspended dust. Over time, this dust is deposited hide
Publication Year: 1996
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Oct 12, 1996
A rotating arm using shape-memory alloy
Document ID: 19950020856
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Author: Jenkins, Phillip P.; Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission, to be launched in 1996, reflects a new philosophy of exploiting new hide
Publication Year: 1995
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Dec 28, 1995
Pulsed laser illumination of photovoltaic cells
Document ID: 19950012157
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Author: Yater, Jane A.; Lowe, Roland A.; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: In future space missions, free electron lasers (FEL) may be used to illuminate photovoltaic hide
Publication Year: 1995
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: NASA-TM-106820, E-9362, NAS 1.15:106820
Date Acquired: Dec 28, 1995
Minority-carrier lifetime in InP as a function of light bias
Document ID: 19950012038
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Author: Yater, Jane A.; Weinberg, I.; Jenkins, Phillip P.; Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Minority-carrier lifetime in InP is studied as a function of doping level and laser intensity using hide
Publication Year: 1995
Document Type: Conference Paper
Report/Patent Number: NASA-TM-106821, E-9363, NAS 1.15:106821
Date Acquired: Dec 28, 1995
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