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1 September 1990 Optical fibers in the adverse space environment: the space station
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Proceedings Volume 1314, Fibre Optics '90; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.21970
Event: Fibre Optics '90, 1990, London, United Kingdom
Abstract
On the NASA Space Station, the requirement for high speed data transfer between the exterior experimental bays and the interior research facilities has generated the need for fiberoptics. The adverse vacuum effects in space, temperature extremes, and natural space radiation place extreme conditions on optical fiber interconnects. This report addresses the adverse space environmental effects of temperature and radiation on optical fibers.
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Roger A. Greenwell, Charles E. Barnes, David M. Scott, and Dipak R. Biswas "Optical fibers in the adverse space environment: the space station", Proc. SPIE 1314, Fibre Optics '90, (1 September 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.21970
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