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Title: Utilization fo the Satellite Test Assistant Robot (STAR) for Visual and Thermal Analysis for Articles in the Thermal Vacuum Test Environment
Authors: Johnson, K.
Siebes, G.
McAffee, D.
Issue Date: 12-Mar-1996
Citation: Manhattan Beach, California, USA
Abstract: An innovative new telerobotic inspection system called STAR has been developed to asist engineers in the visual and thermal analysis fo flight hardware being tested in a simulated space environment. This paper describes the architecture of the STAR mechanical and control systems and discusses some uses of STAR to date.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/23814
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