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48th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit
NASA Glenn Research Center is developing a Hall thruster in the 15-50 kW range to support future NASA missions. As a part of the process, the performance and plume characteristics of the NASA-300M, a 20-kW Hall thruster, and the NASA-457Mv2, a 50-kW Hall thruster, were evaluated. The collected data will be used to improve the fidelity of the JPL modeling tool, Hall2De, which will then be used to aid the design of the 15-50 kW Hall thruster. This paper gives a detailed overview of the Faradaydoi:10.2514/6.2012-3870 fatcat:qktwaef2wbd4ljalf54bpnx3dq