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Title: Ground Control Station Development for the Dexterous Orbital Servicing System
Authors: Backes, P.G.
Tharp, G.
Bon, B.
Hayati, S.
Phan, L.
Issue Date: May-1995
Citation: Nagoya, Japan
Abstract: The Dexterous Orbital Servicing System (DOSS) flight test program is being developed by NASA to verify the ability to utilize telerobotics for servicing Space Station Alpha. The development of a ground control station for Earth based control of DOSS is described. This flight test program provides a manipulator which is mounted on a multi-purpose experiment support structure in a Space Shuttle bay.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/28092
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