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Marioni, S. C. A. Lograsso. 2000. 6% magnetic-fieldinduced strain by twin-boundary motion in ferromagnetic Ni-Mn-Ga. Applied Physics Letters 77(6): 886–888. P. P. Carman. 2004. High frequency actuation of thin film NiTi. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 111(2-3): 166–171. P. P. Carman. In press. Development of hydraulic linear actuator using thin film SMA. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical. , D. Levi, M. P. Carman. 2004. A Thin Film Nitinol Heart Valve. Proceedings of the 2004 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress, Aerospace Division, Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Committee.

Robotic lunar missions are planned to refine the topographic information and assess the true availability of resources. Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. html ACCESSING THE LUNAR POLES FOR HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS 35 ACCESSING THE LUNAR POLAR REGIONS The Apollo missions did not attempt to use lunar polar regions as landing sites for several reasons. First, free-return trajectories, which allow the outbound trip to the Moon to be aborted and the spacecraft returned to Earth with little additional propulsion requirement, are not compatible with injection into lunar polar orbit.

All rights reserved. html 24 FRONTIERS OF ENGINEERING simultaneously improving performance as measured by payload fraction to the surface and the roughness of accessible terrain. , 1977). Basic landing-leg technology was developed for the lunar Surveyor and Apollo programs in the early 1960s. In conjunction with a variable-thrust liquid propulsion system and a closed-loop guidance and control system, legs represented an elegant solution to the touchdown problem. They are simple, reliable mechanisms that can be added to an integrated structure that houses the scientific and engineering subsystems for a typical surface mission (Figure 1).

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