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Title: Ice & Fire: Missions to the Most Difficult Solar System Destination...on Budget
Authors: Staehle, R. L.
Brewster, S. C.
Carraway, J. B.
Chatterjee, A. K.
Clark, K. B.
Doyle, R. J.
Henry, P. K.
Johannesen, J. R.
Johnson, T. V.
Jorgensen, E.
Kemski, R. P.
Ludwinski, J. M.
Maddock, R. W.
Mondt, J. F.
Randolph, J. E.
Terrile, R. J.
Tsurutani, B. T.
Hansen, E.
Issue Date: 27-Apr-1998
Citation: MFG: International Academy of Astronautics
Pasadena, California, USA
Abstract: Three radii from the surface of the Sun...more natural radiation around Jupiter than would be encountered immediately following a nuclear war...to the farthest planet and beyond...these challenges are faced by the three "Ice & Fire" missions: Solar Probe, Europa Orbiter, and PlutoKuiper Express.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19146
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