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Title: The 13th Technology of Deep Space One
Authors: Rouquette, N.
Gluck, P.
Issue Date: 1-Jun-1999
Citation: i-SAIRAS '99
Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Abstract: On October 24th, 1998, the Deep Space One (DS-1) spacecraft launched aboard a Delta II rocket as the first step towards the bold task of testing and validating 12 new technologies for future missions. This launch also represented yet another thrilling event; namely, the successful test and validation of a 13th heretofore undisclosed technology: model-base-code-generation of the spacecraft's system-level fault-protection (FP) software from behavioral state diagrams and structural models.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17397
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