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Reliability of Robotic Mars Landers and Rovers

Sun, 02/12/2012 - 12:53 -- jkenkwof
Faculty Advisor(s): 
Dr. Peter McQuade
Faculty Email(s): 
peter.mcquade@stevens.edu
Program: 
Space Systems Engineering
Project Title: 
Reliability of Robotic Mars Landers and Rovers
Description: 

NASA's Mars Exploration Rovers (MERs), otherwise known as Spirit and Opportunity, have performed magnificently, functioning six years beyond their intended mission lifetimes of three months. The Mars Phoenix lander also exceeded its design lifetime by two months, although it encountered a number of mechanical difficulties. This SYS 800 project is intended to distill the lessons learned from recent Mars lander projects into a set of Systems Engineering principles that can be applied to help ensure the reliability of future planetary lander missions.

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