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  • Gonzalez, W. (1992)
    This paper describes the interplanetary structures that are associated with the large-amplitude and long-duration negative B subscript z fields that are found in the sheath field and/or driver gas regions of the shock and ...
  • Paylor, E.; Yin, A. (1992)
    This paper decribes a study that is part of an ongoing investigation of the kinematics of major faults in the western Owl Creek Mountains, central Wyoming.
  • Plaut, J.; Arvidson, R. (1992)
    This paper describes the comparison of image data and derived parameters for the equatorial plains of Venus.
  • Staehle, R. L.; Burke, J. D.; Snyder, G. C.; Dowling, R.; Spudis, P. D. (1992)
    There are widely dispersed lunar sites of interest for known and potential resources, selenology and observatories. Discriminating characteristics include certain geologic and topographic features, local mineralogy and ...
  • Martin, L. (1992-01-31)
    a new comprehensive list of possible and probable dust activity has been compiled from various published lists and additional data.
  • Grove, C. I.; Hook, S. J.; Paylor, E. D. III (Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1992-02-15)
    This reports provides reflectance spectra of 160 minerals in both digital and printed form.
  • Ostro, S. J. (1992-03)
    Planetary radar astronomy is the study of Solar System entities by transmitting a radio signal toward the target and then receiving and analyzing the echo. This field of research has primarily involved observations with ...
  • Jones, Ross M.; Connolly, Denis (1992-05)
    These findings and recommendations are based solely on the material presented during the Microtechnologies and Applications to Space Systems Workshop, 5/27 and 28/92, and the personal knowledge and judgment of the panel ...
  • Sevaston, G. E. (1992-05)
  • Jones, R. M. (1992-05)
    There is need for smaller, faster, more frequent space science missions. Smaller spacecraft may enable such missions. Technology has been developed by the United States' Department of Defense and other government agencies ...
  • Mettler, E.; Hadaegh, F. (1992-05)
    This paper presents an advocacy for the development of micro-guidance, navigation, and control that would involve contributions and coordinated activities of NASA, industry, and academia.
  • DiBattista, J.; Hadaegh, F.; Keckler, C. (1992-05)
    None given. This presentation was made to help develop new mini/micro guidance and control system architectures and components that meet the needs of future space systems.
  • Banerdt, W.B.; VanZandt, T.; Kaiser, W.J.; Kenny, T.W. (1992-05)
    There has recently been renewed interest in the development of instrumentation for making measurements on the surface of Mars. This is due to the Mars Environmental Survey (MESUR) Mission, for which approximately 16 small, ...
  • Crisp, David; Kaiser, William J.; Vanzandt, Thomas R. (1992-05)
    Improved in-situ meteorological measurements are needed for monitoring the weather and climate of the terrestrial and martian atmospheres. We have initiated a program to assess the feasibility and utility of micro-sensors ...
  • Agronin, M. L.; Bartman, R.; Hadaegh, F. Y.; Kaiser, W.; Wang, P. K. C. (1992-05)
    A micromachined deformable mirror with pixelated electrostatic actuators is proposed. The paper begins with a physical description of the proposed mirror. Then, a mathematical model in the form of a nonlinear partial ...
  • Kissel, Glen J.; Hadaegh, Fred Y. (1992-05-27)
    This paper gives an overview of micro-guidance and control technologies and in the process previews of some of the technologies, users and system issues presented in the guidance and control session at the workshop.
  • Wilson, B.A. (1992-05-27)
    During FY'92, the NASA Code RS System Analysis RTOP funded a study to evaluate the potential impact of emerging microtechnologies on future space missions. As part of this study, a workshop,
  • Gulintseff, A. N. (1992-06-27)
    Printed dipole elements and their complement, liner slots, are elementary radiators that have found use in low-profile antenna arrays.
  • Preston, R. A.; Jauncey, D. L.; King, E. A.; Jones, D. L.; Ferris, R. H.; Hoard, D. W.; Campbell-Wilson, D.; Gwinn, C. R.; Jones, P. A.; Lovell, J. E. J.; Norris, R. P.; John, M. E. St.; Preston, R. A.; Meier, D. L.; Murphy, D. W.; Costa, M. E.; Amy, S. W.; Clay, R. W.; Hamilton, P. A.; Kemball, A. J.; McAdam, W. B.; Perlman, E.; Skjerve, L.; White, G. L.; Reynolds, J. E.; Tzioumis, A. K.; Nicolson, G. D.; Gough, R. G.; Blair, D. G.; Edwards, P.; Johnson, B.; Lobdell, E. T.; McCulloch, P. M.; Sinclair, M. W.; Wark, R. M. (1992-07)
    Radio telescopes at eight sites in Astralia and one in South Africa operate as a VLBI array during several periods each year.

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