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The NSBE Space SIG Tricorder Project

@inproceedings{Taylor2014TheNS,
  title={The NSBE Space SIG Tricorder Project},
  author={Christianna E. Taylor},
  year={2014}
}
Nothing is more iconic than the sight of Geordi from the science fiction TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation augmenting tricorders for use on planetary surface missions. Whether it was to determine the oxygen content, wind systems, or biological signs on the planet, the engineer of the Star Trek crew always played a vital role monitoring the environmental conditions around the crew as they discovered new planets and civilizations throughout the solar system. The NSBE Space Special Interest… 

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