23 September 1994 Application of microchemical sensors for solar system exploration
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Microsensors will play key roles in Planetary Exploration in the future because of their low mass, and the low power consumption that usually results. Ruggedness also almost always improves with decrease in size. The trend toward smaller, simpler, and more highly integrated spacecraft requires instrument and sensor miniaturization.
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Benton C. Clark, "Application of microchemical sensors for solar system exploration", Proc. SPIE 2267, Advanced Microdevices and Space Science Sensors, (23 September 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.187472; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.187472
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