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Title: The Sciencecraft Process
Authors: Beauchamp, P. M.
Alkalai, L.
Brown, R. H.
Capps, R. W.
Chen, G. S.
Crisp, M. P.
Cutts, J. A.
Davidson, J. M.
Petrick, S. W.
Rodgers, D. H.
Vane, G.
Issue Date: 16-Apr-1996
Citation: laurel, Minnesota, USA
Abstract: In this paper, the authors propose a new process for the development and operation of inmanned vehicles for the exploration of space. We call the vehicle Sciencecraft to distinguish it from the more traditional vehicle Spacecraft. A Sciencecraft is an integrated unit that combines science instruments, electronics, telecommunications, power, and propulsion elements into a single system.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/24649
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