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Exploring Venus
Document ID: 20090001338
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: With a temperature higher than the inside of your oven and atmospheric pressure equal to that a hide
Publication Year: 2008
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Jan 07, 2009
Venus Surface Power and Cooling System Design
Document ID: 20050203989
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Mellott, Kenneth D.
Abstract: A radioisotope power and cooling system is designed to provide electrical power for the a probe hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Teleoperation from Mars Orbit: A proposal for Human Exploration
Document ID: 20050203988
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: For a human expedition to Mars, a case can be made that the best strategy for initial exploration is hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Undercut Rocks at the MER Gusev Landing Site
Document ID: 20050203987
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: On January 3 2004, the NASA Spirit rover landed on the plains inside the Gusev Crater in the hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Robotic Exploration of the Surface and Atmosphere of Venus
Document ID: 20050203799
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Venus, the "greenhouse planet", is a scientifically fascinating place. In many ways it can hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 23, 2005
Water on Mars: Evidence from MER Mission Results
Document ID: 20050203800
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The Viking and the Mars Exploration Rover missions observed that the surface of Mars is encrusted by hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 23, 2005
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
High Temperature Solar Cell Development
Document ID: 20050198948
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Raffaelle, Ryne P.; Merritt, Danielle
Abstract: The majority of satellites and near-earth probes developed to date have used photovoltaic arrays for hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Report/Patent Number: E-14871
Date Acquired: Aug 10, 2005
Let's Orbit Mars: A Proposal to Explore Mars Now
Document ID: 20050198875
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Mars is an exciting target for the human exploration; the next destination toward the ultimate human hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Report/Patent Number: E-14865
Date Acquired: Aug 09, 2005
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