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Title: Space Qualification Test of a-Silicon Solar Cell Modules
Authors: Kim, Q.
Lawton, R. A.
Manion, S. J.
Okuno, J. O.
Ruiz, R. P.
Vu, D. T.
Kayali, S. A.
Jeffrey, F. R.
Issue Date: 12-Jun-1997
Citation: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Abstract: The basic requirement of solar cell modules for space applications are generally described in MIL-S-83576 for the specific needs of the USAF. However, the specifications of solar cells intended for use on space terrestrial applications are not well defined. Therefore this qualification test effort was concentrated on critical areas specific to the microseismometer probe which is intended to be included in the Mars microprobe programs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22209
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