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Galia V. Tzvetkova
2014 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics  
Robonaut 2 was launched to the International Space Station on February 24, 2011 within the Mission 133 (Fig. 1) .  ...  Technology solutions The robot is developed on the basis of new technological solutions, which include: serial elasticity of joint links, overlapping workspace of both hands, joint controllers with minimal  ... 
doi:10.2478/jtam-2014-0006 fatcat:edj523w3jbgyvhiyxpcmku3kqu

Technology needs of future planetary missions

R. Gershman, R.A. Wallace
1999 Acta Astronautica  
The studies evaluated the feasibility, science return, and cost of missions that were candidates for inclusion in the Strategic Plan and also assessed the effects of advanced technology on these parameters  ...  The mission set covered includes high priority missions to planets andor comets and asteroids subsequent to Pluto Express and Europa Orbiter (i.e., launching after 2004) except for missions to Mars (handled  ...  The second group are future technology drivers, high priority science missions that require technology breakthroughs prior to implementation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0094-5765(99)00150-2 fatcat:hxhrig2t6jcndp7khsjsxp4vgq


Dr. Leslie, J. Deutsch
2003 Acta Astronautica  
Luckily, there are methods for creating new technology and inserting it into faster-better-cheaper (FBC) missions. NASA has invested in many processes for technology development and infusion.  ...  However, in order to create many small missions, new technology must be developed, applied, and assimilated. These statements seem to contradict one another.  ...  In the old days, large missions developed the technology they needed. This does not work in the FBC era since no mission has enough discretionary investment capability.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0094-5765(03)00067-5 fatcat:achwlho7mfg4hbhivszy35vxga

Internet technology for future space missions

James Rash, Keith Hogie, Ralph Casasanta
2005 Computer Networks  
satellite missions.  ...  Ongoing work at National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), seeks to apply standard Internet applications and protocols to meet the technology challenge of future  ...  The authors would like to thank the NASA Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO), which provided encouragement and funding to bring IP missions closer to reality.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2004.08.003 fatcat:zh6h4hmtkbbe3bhyu5fvpb2dhi

Raman technology for future planetary missions

Timo Stuffler, Hans Thiele, Stefan Hofer, Markus Glier, Jürgen Popp, Omar Sqalli, Andreas Wuttig, Rainer Riesenberg, Errico Armandillo, Josiane Costeraste, Nikos Karafolas
2017 International Conference on Space Optics — ICSO 2006  
The technology developments, especially development of suitable compact deep-UV lasers, UV-resistant fibers and deep-UV filter technology recently opened this new wavelength regime for compact, high  ...  years as an extremely promising method for in-situ planetary analyses like mineralogy or the search for signs of extinct and/or extant life on Mars as well as identification of hazards for future human missions  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2308055 fatcat:n7btn3u7qfbyvaflc6x2tuoqgq

Indian technology missions told to hurry up

Radhakrishna Rao
1987 Nature  
Mainman Indian technology missions told to hurry up Bangalore Ma Rajiv Gandhi, the Indian Prime Minister, is dissatisfied at the tardy progress of the technology missions meant to provide safe drinking  ...  The technology mission in vaccination and immunization plans to cover 92 million pregnant women and 82 million infants by 1990.  ... 
doi:10.1038/325749b0 fatcat:aywcfluaabayfdzivv65o756my

Simulations Technologies in the Mission Operational Environment

John R. Surdu, Udo W. Pooch
2000 Simulation (San Diego, Calif.)  
This paper proposes a methodology for applying simulation technology to the monitoring and control of operations, focusing on the use of intelligent agents.  ...  The Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) has also recognized the importance of simulation in command Simulations Technologies in the Mission Operational Environment and control activities.  ...  needed for all seize missions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/003754970007400302 fatcat:5ggwfx3hqjcwjacc6qwncyokpe

Technologies and designs for small optical missions

A. Zuccaro Marchi, L. Maresi, M. Taccola, Nikos Karafolas, Zoran Sodnik, Bruno Cugny
2019 International Conference on Space Optics — ICSO 2018  
In particular, the possibility to use constellations of small satellites require the payloads to be easily built in a relatively large number compared to typical space missions where only the flight model  ...  The paper provides an overview of the technology developments, the status of the instruments manufactured so far and those in operation, their performance and their expected applications.  ...  The baseline instrument design is for a satellite mission operating at 600 km, offering a swath of 100 km and a GSD of 24.4 m 6 .  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2535990 fatcat:ocu6difmjzh5jmgdxu54osabva

EXIST: Mission Design Concept and Technology Program [article]

J.E. Grindlay , F.A. Harrison
2002 arXiv   pre-print
Overall mission design is summarized, and technology development needs and a development program are outlined which would enable the launch of EXIST by the end of the decade, as recommended by the NAS/  ...  We summarize the science objectives and mission drivers, and the results of a mission design study for implementation as a free flyer mission, with Delta IV launch.  ...  Fishman for technical assistance in the ISAL and IMDC mission studies at GSFC, R. Carter and S. DePaolo for management of the mission study at GSFC, T. Narita, J. Jenkins and W.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0211415v1 fatcat:blvfllhgp5gr5c7uwverfn74ea

Solar Sailing: Technology, Dynamics, and Mission Applications

John E. Prussing
2000 Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics  
Naval Postgraduate School, 699 Dyer Road, Monterey, CA 93943 Solar Sailing: Technology, Dynamics, and Mission Applications Colin R.  ...  The history, theory, technology, and potential mission applications of solar sails are all thor- oughly covered. The author of this volume does many things and he does them all well.  ... 
doi:10.2514/2.4604 fatcat:susyubdghvba7gmgl3f6ehazoy

Generation-X: mission and technology studies for an x-ray observatory vision mission

Robert A. Cameron, Marshall W. Bautz, Roger J. Brissenden, Martin S. Elvis, Giuseppina Fabbiano, Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano, Paul Gorenstein, Robert Petre, Paul B. Reid, Daniel S. Schwartz, Nicholas E. White, William W. Zhang (+2 others)
2004 UV and Gamma-Ray Space Telescope Systems  
The baseline mission involves four 8 m diameter telescopes operating at Sun-Earth L2. Such large telescopes will require either robotic or human-assisted in-flight assembly.  ...  These objects are beyond the grasp of the current generation of X-ray telescopes such as Chandra, and so the Generation-X Vision Mission has been proposed as an X-ray observatory which will be capable  ...  Overlapping Mission Technologies The Generation-X technology development meshes well with technologies needed for OSS programs in several areas including deployed, lightweight optics and actuator technology  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.552641 fatcat:mrilex7nabddrapuvdajfdoug4

Science, technology and mission design for LATOR experiment

Kenneth L. Nordtvedt, Slava G. Turyshev, Michael Shao, Errico Armandillo, Josiane Costeraste, Nikos Karafolas
2017 International Conference on Space Optics — ICSO 2006  
In this paper we will consider new scientific motivations for high-accuracy gravitational tests with LATOR; we will also present the proposed technological solution and mission design (for more details  ...  for further mission developments.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2308047 fatcat:ec2gxteymbf2zptnhznyolwmqq

In situ geochronology as a mission-enabling technology

M. Coleman, M. Hecht, J. Hurowitz, E. Neidholdt, J. Polk, M. P. Sinha, W. Sturhahn, W. Zimmerman
2012 2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference  
Either of these instruments could enable missions to Mars and other planetary bodies.  ...  While there are other possibilities for in situ geochronology instruments, we describe here two alternative technologies, being developed in JPL. There are two common features of both.  ...  Also, the actual sample return mission to recover the cache is not planned in any detail both in terms of technology and an actual date at the moment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2012.6187053 fatcat:7z6cy5ufznd7dbrnegcnrdy5cy

Mission and challenges of polymer science and technology

R. Stepto, K. Horie, T. Kitayama, Akihiro Abe
2003 Pure and Applied Chemistry  
Following the first IUPAC Polymer Conference on the Mission and Challenges of Polymer Science and Technology (IUPAC PC2002), this article highlights and summarizes the historical development of polymer  ...  It highlights the mission and challenges for the future, particularly as reflected in the papers presented at the conference and in the con- ference's concluding panel discussion.  ...  and challenges of polymer science and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1351/pac200375101359 fatcat:7cf6chwc5jfjlpe3p743zkm6ri

Europa Explorer---An Exceptional Mission Using Existing Technology

Karla B. Clark
2007 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference  
A mission to Europa has been identified as a high priority by the science community for several years.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research described in this paper was carried out by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under a contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration  ...  This mission concept took advantage of technology advancements and updated Level-1 requirements from NASA Headquarters.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2007.352711 fatcat:wfxl3kpjijhxzo4nx5lxburkfy
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