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Optical, radiation and thermal cycling losses of power solar array returned from orbital station MIR >> after 10.5 years of operation

@inproceedings{Letin2002OpticalRA,
  title={Optical, radiation and thermal cycling losses of power solar array returned from orbital station MIR >> after 10.5 years of operation},
  author={V. A. Letin},
  year={2002}
}
  • V. A. Letin
  • Published 2002
  • Materials Science
  • Generalized analysis of the results mountable solar array (MSA) degradation studies after prolonged exposure in low Earth Qrbit (LEO) is made. The studies gave a unique opportunity to reveal new information on the influence of the space environment on solar array materials and components, determine the degree of degradation and understand the mechanism of their degradation It was determined that the degrees of power and current degradation in MSA are high and nonuniform . Most of the solar cell… CONTINUE READING

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