Mission concepts for studying enceladus

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
Mission concepts for studying enceladus
Author(s)
Razzaghi A, Di Pietro D, Quinn D, Simon-Miller A, Tompkins S
Publication Title
SPACE TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL FORUM STAIF 2008
Publication Title (abbreviated)
AIP CONF PROC
Publication Date
2008
DOI
10.1063/1.2844992
ISSN
0094-243X
ISBN
978-0-7354-0486-1
Volume
969
Page Count
8
First Page
388
Last Page
395
Conference Name
Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2008)
Conference Date
FEB 10-14, 2008
Conference Location
Albuquerque, NM
Conference Sponsor
Boening Co, Idaho Natl Lab, Lockheed Martin, Sandia Natl Labs, NASA Marshal Space Flight Ctr, Los Alamos Natl Lab, US Dept Energy
Keyword(s)
Physics, Multidisciplinary, enceladus orbiter, enceladus lander, Saturn orbiter
Citation
Razzaghi A, Di Pietro D, Quinn D, Simon-Miller A, Tompkins S. Mission concepts for studying enceladus. In: SPACE TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL FORUM STAIF 2008. Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2008); 2008. p. 388-395.
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