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Title: 20 K continuous cycle sorption coolers for the Planck flight mission
Authors: Bhandari, P.
Prina, M.
Bowman, R. C. Jr.
Paine, C.
Pearson, D.
Nash, A.
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2003
Citation: CEC/ICMC and Space Cryogenic Workshop
Girdwood, AK, USA
Abstract: In this paper we present the level of maturity of the hydrogen sorption cooler technology at JPL by describing the design and how it has been validated at the subsystem and system levels. In addition, we will describe how such systems could be advantageously used for other space missions with similar needs and cooler attributes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/7901
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