Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] V. Martínez Pillet, A. Aparicio, F. Sánchez.|
|Contributions||Aparicio, A. 1960-, Sánchez, F.|
|LC Classifications||TL790 .M326 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||393 p. :|
|Number of Pages||393|
|LC Control Number||2006274367|
This book is for scientists and engineers involved in the definition and development of space science missions. The processes that such missions follow, from the proposal to a space agency, to a successful mission completion, are numerous. The rationale behind approval of a mission, its definition and the payload. Payload and Mission Definition in Space Sciences. This book is for scientists and engineers involved in the definition and development of space science missions. The processes that such missions follow, from the proposal to a space agency, to a successful mission completion, are numerous. 1. The life cycle of an ESA mission and how to get involved Alvaro Gimenez; 2. Design issues for space science missions Yves Langevin; 3. Instrumentation in space X-ray astronomy X. Barcons; 4. EUV and UV imaging and spectroscopy from space Richard Harrison; 5. The luminosity oscillations imager, a space instrument: from design to science Thierry Appourchaux; by: 4. The life cycle of an ESA science mission and how to get involved -- Design issues for space science missions -- Instrumentation in X-ray astronomy -- EUV and UV imaging and spectroscopy from space -- The luminosity oscillations imager, a space instrument: from design to science -- Hipparcos and gaia: the development of space astrometry in europe -- Space physics instrumentation and missions -- .
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