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Title: Master: A Discovery-Class Orbiter For The Detailed Study of Large Mainbelt Asteroids
Authors: Veverka, J.
Adams, G.L.
Binzel, R.P.
Brown, R.H.
Evans, L.
Gaffey, M.J.
Gavin, T.
Klaasen, K.
Miller, S.L.
Squyers, S.
Thomas, P.C.
Trombka, J.
Yeomans, D.K.
Issue Date: 12-Apr-1994
Citation: Laural, Madison, USA
Abstract: MASTER (Mainbelt Asteroid Exploration/Rendezvous) focuses on the comprehensive global study of important large mainbelt asteroids. A three instument, four-investigation payload can be placed into orbit around 4 vesta within the cost/complexity envelope of the Discovery program using a Delta-II launch vehicle.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33859
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