On-Orbit Upgrade and Repair: The Hubble Space Telescope Example

@inproceedings{Hastings2006OnOrbitUA,
  title={On-Orbit Upgrade and Repair: The Hubble Space Telescope Example},
  author={Daniel E. Hastings and Carole Joppin},
  year={2006}
}
From the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) example, a model of a serviceable scientific mission is developed to study on-orbit repair and upgrading, including spacecraft repair, payload instrument upgrading, and bus subsystems upgrading. Mission utility is measured by the onboard payload instrument discovery efficiency. A Monte Carlo simulation is used to model uncertainty in the arrival of new technologies, random spacecraft failures, and catastrophic failures of a servicing operation. The value of… CONTINUE READING

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