System-wide design issues for the stellar interferometer technology experiment (SITE)

@inproceedings{Miller1995SystemwideDI,
  title={System-wide design issues for the stellar interferometer technology experiment (SITE)},
  author={David W. Miller and Samuel L. Crawford and T. Tupper Hyde and Brett P. Masters and Edward F. Crawley and Gary H. Blackwood and M. Mark Colavita and Jeffrey W. Yu and Michael Shao and Robert A. Laskin},
  booktitle={Defense, Security, and Sensing},
  year={1995}
}
  • David W. Miller, Samuel L. Crawford, +7 authors Robert A. Laskin
  • Published in
    Defense, Security, and…
    1995
  • Engineering
  • The Stellar Interferometer Technology Experiment (SITE) is a near-term precursor mission for spaceborne optical interferometry. Proposed by the MIT Space Engineering Research Center and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, SITE is a two-aperture stellar interferometer located in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle. It has a baseline of four meters, operates with a detection bandwidth of 300 nanometers in the visible spectrum, and consists of three optical benches kinematically mounted inside a… CONTINUE READING

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