1 November 1990 Role of low-energy neutral N2 beam-surface interactions leading to spacecraft glow
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Measurements of optical spectra of surfaces undergoing bombardment by N2 and N2+ jfl an ultrahigh vacuum environment provide information related to the origin of spacecraft glow and erosion. This work is complimentary to other measurements also carried out in our laboratory in which we utilize 0 and 0+ beams . These. efforts are part of a broad program whose goal is the understanding of interactions between surfaces and low-energy charged and neutral particles. 1.
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Alan V. Barnes, Alan V. Barnes, Royal G. Albridge, Royal G. Albridge, Jining Qi, Jining Qi, Manfred Riehl-Chudoba, Manfred Riehl-Chudoba, C. Sun, C. Sun, Paul W. Wang, Paul W. Wang, Norman H. Tolk, Norman H. Tolk, } "Role of low-energy neutral N2 beam-surface interactions leading to spacecraft glow", Proc. SPIE 1329, Optical System Contamination: Effects, Measurement, Control II, (1 November 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.22617; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.22617
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