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A Demonstration of how a check of spacecraft operability can lead to spacecraft design changes that reduce cost of operations

Sun, 02/12/2012 - 11:03 -- jkenkwof
Faculty Advisor(s): 
Dr. Wiley Larson
Faculty Email(s): 
wiley.larson@stevens.edu
Program: 
Space Systems Engineering
Project Title: 
A Demonstration of how a check of spacecraft operability can lead to spacecraft design changes that reduce cost of operations
Description: 

Often, the design of a spacecraft for a new mission is developed that is devoid of any operational influence, only to realize that the system is totally inoperable. This project will focus on assessing operability of a particular space mission and system design and culminate in proposed design changes that are supported by rigorous engineering and cost data.

References: 
  1. Cost-Effective Space Mission Operations, Squibb, Boden and Larson, McGraw Hill, 2006.

Student Requirements: 
  • Engineers with 5-12 years of experience working on space-related project teams, preferably with spacecraft operations experience.
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