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23 October 1984 Solar Maximum Repair Mission
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Proceedings Volume 0493, Optical Platforms; (1984)
Event: The National Symposium and Workshop on Optical Platforms, 1984, Huntsville, United States
The Solar Maximum Repair Mission was launched on April 6, 1984. The mission was made possible through a spacecraft designed for on-orbit repair, the availability of spacecraft repair hardware, and the availability of the Shuttle System. Repairs resulted in the return of significant new science data and a demonstration of the capability for on-orbit repair of spacecraft. Considerations of the capability to maintain and repair spacecraft on-orbit for the future will also be discussed.
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B. R. McCullar "Solar Maximum Repair Mission", Proc. SPIE 0493, Optical Platforms, (23 October 1984);


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