23 September 2011 ExoMars Raman laser spectrometer breadboard overview
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The Raman Laser Spectrometer (RLS) is one of the Pasteur Payload instruments, within the ESA's Aurora Exploration Programme, ExoMars mission. The RLS Instrument will perform Raman spectroscopy on crushed powdered samples deposited on a small container after crushing the cores obtained by the Rover's drill system. In response to ESA requirements for delta-PDR to be held in mid 2012, an instrument BB programme has been developed, by RLS Assembly Integration and Verification (AIV) Team to achieve the Technology Readiness level 5 (TRL5), during last 2010 and whole 2011. Currently RLS instrument is being developed pending its CoDR (Conceptual Design Revision) with ESA, in October 2011. It is planned to have a fully operative breadboard, conformed from different unit and sub-units breadboards that would demonstrate the end-to-end performance of the flight representative units by 2011 Q4.
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E. Díaz, A. G. Moral, C. P. Canora, G. Ramos, O. Barcos, J. A. R. Prieto, I. B. Hutchinson, R. Ingley, M. Colombo, R. Canchal, B. Dávila, J. A. R. Manfredi, A. Jiménez, P. Gallego, J. Pla, R. Margoillés, F. Rull, A. Sansano, G. López, A. Catalá, C. Tato, "ExoMars Raman laser spectrometer breadboard overview", Proc. SPIE 8152, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIV, 81520L (23 September 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.896182; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.896182
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