The processes that space missions follow, from the proposal to a space agency, to a successful mission completion, are numerous. This book is for scientists and engineers involved in the definition and development of space science missions, and contains contributions from experts who are involved in today's space missions at various levels.A. 1995 Multivariate classification of mnltispectral images: an application to ISM Martian spectra. Astron. ... In: Manual of Remote Sensing, A.N. Rencz (ed.) ... C. 2004 VIMS The surface composition of Saturna#39;s Moon Phoebe as seen by the Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer. ... R.H., LANGEVIN, Y. fc GONDET, B. 2004 CASSINI/VIMS-V at Jupiter: radiometric calibration test and data results.
|Title||:||Payload and Mission Definition in Space Sciences|
|Author||:||V. Mártínez Pillet, A. Aparicio, F. Sánchez|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2005-11-17|