STP-SIV and ORS ISET spacecraft-to-payload interface standards

@article{Badgett2009STPSIVAO,
  title={STP-SIV and ORS ISET spacecraft-to-payload interface standards},
  author={C. Badgett and Nicholas Merski and M. Hurley and Paul Jaffe and H. Walden and Alan Lopez and Michael Pierce and David Kaufman},
  journal={2009 IEEE Aerospace conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-14}
}
Spacecraft standards can enable dramatic reduction in the cost, schedule, and risk of spaceflight. After the first build of a standard spacecraft the non-recurring engineering is complete which allows rapid, cost-effective production of subsequent units. Spacecraft standards can increase the supplier base by encouraging multiple organizations to build components, subsystems, or spacecraft according to the same standard. Interface standards promote rapid and low-risk integration. The Space… Expand
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