29 July 1997 Big benefits from tiny technologies: micro-nanotechnology applications in future space systems
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An overview of the micro-nanotechnology field is presented with application toward future space systems. Specific discussions are presented on the insertion of MEMS, MOEMS and quantum effect nanoelectronic devices into both current and future space systems. Silicon satellites, based on batch-fabricated microengineered systems are also discussed.
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H. Helvajian, H. Helvajian, Siegfried W. Janson, Siegfried W. Janson, E. Y. Robinson, E. Y. Robinson, } "Big benefits from tiny technologies: micro-nanotechnology applications in future space systems", Proc. SPIE 10288, Advancement of Photonics for Space: A Critical Review, 1028802 (29 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.278749; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.278749
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