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Title: Design Considerations for the Mars Network Operations Concept
Authors: Cesarone, R.
Rosell, S.
Kazz, G.
Townes, S.
Bell, D.
Abraham, D.
Issue Date: 19-Jun-2000
Citation: SPACE OPS 2000 - Space Operations at the Start of the Third Millennium
Toulouse, France
Abstract: NASA's Mars Surveyor Program is developing plans for an evolving constellation of satellites in Mars orbit, called the Mars Network, to support the telecommunication and navigation needs of future Mars exploration.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14431
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