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Title: The interplanetary internet: a communications infrastructure for Mars exploration
Authors: Hooke, A. J.
Burleigh, S.
Cerf, V.
Durst, R.
Fall, K.
Scott, K.
Weiss, H.
Issue Date: 9-Oct-2002
Citation: 53rd International Astronautical Congress
Houston, TX, USA
Abstract: This paper describes the architectural concepts, discusses the current set of standard data communications capabilities that exist to support Mars exploration and reviews the proposed new developments.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/9399
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