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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
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
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
Exploring PV on the Red Planet: Mars Array Technology Experiment and Dust Accumulation and Removal Technology
Document ID: 20040142241
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Baraona, Cosmo; Brinker, David; Schelman, David
Abstract: The environment on the surface of Mars is different in several critical ways from the orbital hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Nov 02, 2004
Extended Temperature Solar Cell Technology Development
Document ID: 20050198962
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Jenkins, Phillip; Scheiman, David; Rafaelle, Ryne
Abstract: Future NASA missions will require solar cells to operate both in regimes closer to the sun, and hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Report/Patent Number: E-14872
Date Acquired: Aug 11, 2005
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
Photovoltaic Engineering Testbed Designed for Calibrating Photovoltaic Devices in Space
Document ID: 20050201900
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Accurate prediction of the performance of solar arrays in space requires that the cells be tested in hide
Publication Year: 2002
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Aug 19, 2005
DART: Instrument Package Developed for Investigating Atmospheric Dust on Mars
Document ID: 20050196565
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Mars' dust-filled atmosphere could be a significant problem for photovoltaic array operation during hide
Publication Year: 2001
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Aug 04, 2005
Lightweight Sun-Position Sensor Developed
Document ID: 20050196572
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: An orbiting spacecraft needs to be able to accurately locate the position of the Sun so that the hide
Publication Year: 2001
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Aug 04, 2005
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