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Title: Spacecraft and Mission Design for the Precision Optical INTerferometer in Space (POINTS)
Authors: Schumaker, B.
Agronin, M.
Chen, G.-S.
Ledeboer, W.
Melody, J.
Noon, D.
Ulvestad, J.
Issue Date: Apr-1993
Citation: Orlando, Florida, USA
Abstract: This paper describes key features of the instrument, spacecraft, and mission design for the Precision Optical INTerferometer in Space (POINTS), which have evolved through studies at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory during the last few years. This paper complements others in theis volume that describe the POINTS instrument, its scientific objectives, and specific engineering concerns.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35566
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