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HERRO Mission to Mars Using Telerobotic Surface Exploration from Orbit
Document ID: 20130011281
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Author: Oleson, Steven R.; Landis, Geoffrey A.; McGuire, Melissa L.; Schmidt, George R.
Abstract: This paper presents a concept for a human mission to Mars orbit that features direct robotic hide
Publication Year: 2013
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2013-217414, AIAA Paper 2011-0334, E-18085
Date Acquired: Mar 22, 2013
Evaluation of Long Duration Flight on Venus
Document ID: 20060056388
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Colozza, Anthony J.
Abstract: An analysis was performed to evaluate the potential of utilizing either an airship or aircraft as a hide
Publication Year: 2006
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2006-214452, E-15716
Date Acquired: Dec 26, 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
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
Thermionic Emission of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Measured
Document ID: 20050192272
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Krainsky, Isay L.; Bailey, Sheila G.; Elich, Jeffrey M.; Landi, Brian J.; Gennett, Thomas; Raffaelle, Ryne P.
Abstract: Researchers at the NASA Glenn Research Center, in collaboration with the Rochester Institute of hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Jul 27, 2005
Stirling Cooler Designed for Venus Exploration
Document ID: 20050192311
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Mellott, Kenneth D.
Abstract: Venus having an average surface temperature of 460 degrees Celsius (about 860 degrees Fahrenheit) hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Jul 27, 2005
Solar Airplane Concept Developed for Venus Exploration
Document ID: 20050192264
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: An airplane is the ideal vehicle for gathering atmospheric data over a wide range of locations and hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Technical Report
Date Acquired: Jul 26, 2005
Overview of Innovative Aircraft Power and Propulsion Systems and Their Applications for Planetary Exploration
Document ID: 20030068129
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Author: Colozza, Anthony; Landis, Geoffrey; Lyons, Valerie
Abstract: Planetary exploration may be enhanced by the use of aircraft for mobility. This paper reviews the hide
Publication Year: 2003
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2003-212459, E-13998, NAS 1.15:212459
Date Acquired: Sep 26, 2003
Astrobiology: The Case for Venus
Document ID: 20030067857
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The scientific discipline of astrobiology addresses one of the most fundamental unanswered questions hide
Publication Year: 2003
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2003-212310, E-13895, NAS 1.15:212310
Date Acquired: Sep 23, 2003
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
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