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Cervone, A. (author), Zandbergen, B. (author), Guo, J. (author), Gill, E. (author), Wieling, W.P.W. (author), Nardini, F.T. (author), Schuurbiers, C.A.H. (author)
The performance of several micro-propulsion systems is compared when applied to the specific needs of the DelFFi project, a formation flying technology demonstration expected to take place in the framework of the QB50 mission. The evaluated options include the T3╬╝PS cold gas micro-propulsion system developed by TNO, Delft University of...
conference paper 2012
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Engelen, S. (author), van den Oever, M. (author), Mahapatra, P. (author), Sundaramoorthy, P. (author), Gill, E. (author), Meijer, R.J. (author), Verhoeven, C. (author)
Nano-satellites have a cost advantage due to their low mass and usage of commercial-off-the-shelf technologies. However, the low mass also restricts the functionality of a nano-satellite's payload. Typically, this would imply instruments with very low to low resolution and accuracy, essentially ruling out applications such as remote sensing....
conference paper 2012
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Gill, E. (author), Maessen, D. (author), Laan, E.C. (author), Kraft, S. (author), Zheng, G. (author), TNO Industrie en Techniek (author)
Large current uncertainties in the characteristics of aerosols in the Earth's atmosphere preclude meaningful climate model evaluation. The FAST mission will contribute to the characterization of aerosols and their relation to climate change through a synoptic evaluation of local, regional and global aerosol data and altitude profiles of the...
article 2010