BEAGLE 2 SIMULATION , KINEMATICS CALIBRATION , AND ENVIRONMENT DEM GENERATION

@inproceedings{Barnes2002BEAGLE2S,
  title={BEAGLE 2 SIMULATION , KINEMATICS CALIBRATION , AND ENVIRONMENT DEM GENERATION},
  author={Dave Barnes and Edward H. Taylor and N. Phillips and Alain Gossant and Gerhard Paar},
  year={2002}
}
Beagle2 [1] as part of the ESA Mars Express mission [2] will be launched in June 2003. The primary science goal of Beagle2 is to search for the presence of life on the planet with the aid of a sophisticated package of scientific instruments [3]. These include mass, Mössbauer and X-ray spectrometers, a microscope, stereo camera system (SCS), and environment sensors. All but the mass spectrometer are mounted on a structure called the PAW, which also carries a mole device (PLUTO) to obtain sub… CONTINUE READING

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