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Title: Mid-Infrared Optimized Resolution Spacecraft (MIRORS)
Authors: Wade, L. A.
Lilienthal, G. W.
Tereby, S.
Kadogawa, H.
Hawarden, T. G.
Rourke, K.
van Buren, D.
Issue Date: 6-Aug-1996
Citation: Denver, Colorado, USA
Abstract: A concept study was performed in 1994 to develop a mission design for a telescope to achieve the highest possible spatial resolution in the 10-30 micron range within a $200 million mission cost cap. The selected approach for the resulting Mid-Infrared Optimized Resolution Spacecraft (MIRORS) concept design utilizes a partially filled five meter aperture.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/26141
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