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Title: Reliability modeling for the Space Interferometry Mission
Authors: Aaron, K. M.
Fox, G.
Ebbeler, D. H.
Walker, W. J.
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2002
Citation: 2002 IEEE Aerospace Conference
Big Sky, MT, USA
Abstract: The Space Interferometry Mission in NASA's Origins Program is a 10m-baseline space-based Michelson interferometer scheduled for launch in 2009. This large instrument will measure the angles between stars to an accuracy of about one billionth of a degree of arc. This is an about two orders of magnitude over current astrometric instruments.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/11615
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