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JPL Contamination Control EngineeringJPL has extensive expertise fielding contamination sensitive missions-in house and with our NASA/industry/academic partners.t Development and implementation of performance-driven cleanliness requirements for a wide range missions and payloads - UV-Vis-IR: GALEX, Dawn, Juno, WFPC-II, AIRS, TES, et al - Propulsion, thermal control, robotic sample acquisition systems. Contamination control engineering across the mission life cycle: - System and payload requirements derivation, analysis, and contamination control implementation plans - Hardware Design, Risk trades, Requirements V-V - Assembly, Integration & Test planning and implementation - Launch site operations and launch vehicle/payload integration - Flight ops center dot Personnel on staff have expertise with space materials development and flight experiments. JPL has capabilities and expertise to successfully address contamination issues presented by space and habitable environments. JPL has extensive experience fielding and managing contamination sensitive missions. Excellent working relationship with the aerospace contamination control engineering community/.
Document ID
20140002080
Document Type
Presentation
External Source(s)
Authors
Blakkolb, Brian (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Inst. of Tech. Pasadena, CA, United States)
Date Acquired
March 19, 2014
Publication Date
February 12, 2013
Subject Category
Space Transportation and Safety
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other
Keywords
Molecular Contamination Spectral Effects (MCSE) Chamber
Molecular Contamination Investigation Facility (MCIF)
Contamination Control Process
Contamination Control Engineering