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Title: Balloon Experiment at Venus
Authors: DiCicco, A.G.
Nock, K.T.
Powell, G.E.
Issue Date: May-1995
Citation: Clearwater, FL
Abstract: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory is designing a return mission to the Venusian atmosphere using a reversible fluid altitude control balloon called Balloon Experiment at Venus (BEV). This is a proposed NASA flight experiment to demonstrate key technologies for operation of advanced balloons in the atmosphere of Venus. This paper includes both the mission profile and system description of the proposed BEV concept.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/30078
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