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Title: Aerovehicles for Planetary Exploration
Authors: Cutts, J.A.
Nock, K.T.
Jones, J.A.
Rodriguez, G.
Balaram, J.
Powell, G.E.
Synott, S.P.
Issue Date: Mar-1995
Citation: Nagoya, Japan
Abstract: Planetary aerobots are described. They are a new type of lightweight and low-cost telerobot that use phase change fluids to ascend and descend, thus allowing data acquisition from multiple sites. Potential near-term missions discussed include those to Venus, Mars, and Titan. Similarities are discussed for missions in the Earth atmosphere and deep sea.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/29140
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