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

Publication Date

  • 2009

DOI

  • 10.1063/1.3115572

ISSN

  • 0094-243X

ISBN

  • 9780735406391

Volume

  • 1103

First Page

  • 608

Last Page

  • 614

Conference Name

Conference Date

  • 24-26 Feb. 2009

Conference Location

Keyword(s)

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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