Piero Galeone

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As part of the European contribution to the International Space Station (ISS) Programme, ESA has developed a number of complex, pressurised and unpressurised payloads for conducting scientific investigations in a variety of disciplines, such as the life and physical sciences, technology and space science. The majority of these payloads will already be(More)
SAGE III (Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment), an Earth-observation instrument developed by NASA's Langley Research Center (LaRC), was one of the first scientific external payloads selected for the International Space Station. It was conceived to fly on a spacecraft able to provide +/- 1 degree pointing accuracy. Since the ISS's attitude can vary by(More)
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