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Title: Breakthrough in Mars balloon technology
Authors: Kerzhanovich, V. V.
Cutts, J.
Cooper, H.
Hall, J.
MacDonald, B.
Pauken, M.
White, C.
Yavrouian, A.
Castano, A.
Cathey, H.
Fairbrother, D.
Smith, S.
Shreves, C.
Lachenmeir, T.
Rainwater, E.
Smith, M.
Issue Date: 10-Oct-2002
Citation: COSPAR 2002
Houston, TX, USA
Abstract: At the end of 1997, JPL initiated the Mars Balloon Validation Program (MABVAP) to develop and validate the technology needed for a Mars balloon mission. The main focus of MABVAP was to develop and to test a viable concept for the Martian balloon that could be implemented on the small-scale dedicated or piggy-back mission.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/10475
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