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Title: POINTS (Precision Optical INTerferometer in Space)
Authors: Schumaker, Bonnie L.
Ulvestad, James S.
Agronin, Michael L.
Issue Date: 16-Apr-1993
Citation: Orlando, FL
Abstract: POINTS is a high-precision, high-throughput interferometer intended for astromomy only. It can perform science compatable with astrophysics (AIM) and planet detection (TOPS-1). The spacecraft will be compact, lightweight, and suitable for high Earth orbit. It will employ the minimal number and complexity of mechanisms or deployable parts and be designed for a 10 year mission life.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35177
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