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— d Caves on other planetary bodies offer sheltered habitat for future human explorers and numerous clues to a planet's past for scientists. While recent orbital imagery provides exciting new details about cave entrances on the Moon and Mars, the interiors of these caves are still unknown and not observable from orbit. Multi-robot teams offer unique(More)
This paper discusses the present data acquisition system (DAQ) of the COMPASS experiment at CERN and presents development of a new DAQ. The new DAQ must preserve present data format and be able to communicate with FPGA cards. Parts of the new DAQ are based on state machines and they are implemented in C++ with usage of the QT framework, the DIM library, and(More)
Introduction: This paper describes lunar pits and caves as a potential destination for future science and exploration missions and crewed lunar outposts. Pit and Cave Science: Pits and caves on bodies throughout the solar system are opportunistic targets to study planetary origins, geology, climate, and potentially even biology. Pit crater chains have been(More)
Although several immunologic parameters have been found to be abnormal, their precise relationship to the cause of the disease remains unclear. It is believed that a virus initiating a bout of myocarditis may play a role in the perpetuation of the chronic phase, probably via immunologic mediation. A selection acquired defect or damage to a subpopulation of(More)
This paper describes the route of events through both hardware and software parts of the data acquisition system (DAQ) of the COMPASS experiment at CERN which implements FPGA based event-building. Data quality control is important part of any DAQ. During development of the COMPASS DAQ, a great emphasis was put on ability to recover from errors coming from(More)
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