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Title: (abstract) System Performance of the Joint Galileo/Mars Observer/Ulysses 1993 Gravitational Wave Experiment
Authors: Armstrong, J.
Asmar, S.
Caetta, J
Connally, M.
Devereaux, A.
Eshe, P.
Gonzalez, G.
Herrera, R.
Horton, R.
Morabito, D.
Richardson, P.
Issue Date: 6-Jun-1993
Citation: Berkeley, CA
Abstract: From March 21 to April 11, 1993, the Galileo, Mars Observer, and Ulysses spacecraft were tracked almost continuously in a coincidence experiment to search for low-frequency (~millihertz) gravitational radiation. We report here a first statistical assessment of the noise characteristics of the data, with particular attention to the performance of the radio science instrumentation itself.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35207
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