SPARCLE: Electrostatic Tool for Lunar Dust Control

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
SPARCLE: Electrostatic Tool for Lunar Dust Control
Author(s)
Clark P, Curtis S, Minetto F, Cheung C, Keller J, Moore M, Calle C
Publication Title
Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum: SPESIF-2009 (AIP Conference Proceedings Series Volume 1103)
Publication Date
2009
DOI
10.1063/1.3115572
ISSN
0094-243X
ISBN
9780735406391
Volume
1103
First Page
608
Last Page
614
Conference Name
Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum: SPESIF-2009 13th Conference on Thermophysics Applications in Microgravity and the 6th Symposium on New Frontiers in Space Propulsion Sciences and the 1st Symposium on Astrosociology along with the Workshop on Future Energy Sources and the Workshop on High Frequency Gravitational Waves and the Workshop on Future Directions in Space Sciences & Technology
Conference Date
24-26 Feb. 2009
Conference Location
Huntsville, AL, USA
Keyword(s)
Dust, Electrostatics, Devices, Electric potential, Dust control, Regolith, Tools, Astronauts, Spacesuits, Surface properties, Crews, Missions, Moon, Planetary surfaces, Strategy, Dynamics, Plugging, Lunar dust, Methodology
Citation
Clark P, Curtis S, Minetto F, Cheung C, Keller J, Moore M, Calle C. SPARCLE: Electrostatic Tool for Lunar Dust Control. In: Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum: SPESIF-2009 (AIP Conference Proceedings Series Volume 1103). Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum: SPESIF-2009 13th Conference on Thermophysics Applications in Microgravity and the 6th Symposium on New Frontiers in Space Propulsion Sciences and the 1st Symposium on Astrosociology along with the Workshop on Future Energy Sources and the Workshop on High Frequency Gravitational Waves and the Workshop on Future Directions in Space Sciences & Technology; 2009. p. 608-614.
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