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NASA的月球、行星探勘再開始的宇宙光電的大機會

Space Photonics Opportunities Abound as NASA Renews Moon and Planetary Exploration

出版商 BCC Research 商品編碼 919384
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 14 Pages
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NASA的月球、行星探勘再開始的宇宙光電的大機會 Space Photonics Opportunities Abound as NASA Renews Moon and Planetary Exploration
出版日期: 2019年12月16日內容資訊: 英文 14 Pages
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活化 本報告提供NASA的月球、火星以及其他的行星探勘舉措的宇宙光電的機會的相關調查,宇宙光電、光學的新技術課題分析,宇宙製 vs. 地球製光纖比較調查,月球探勘機的LCROSS、LRO、LADEE相關資訊等。

第1章 宇宙光電

  • 分光儀
    • NIRVSS計劃在水探勘中部署分光儀
    • LIDAR/雷射測高法
  • 結論
  • 分析師的經歷
  • BCC Research 相關調查
目錄
Product Code: PHO036A

Report Highlights:

The recent ramp-up by NASA as it revitalizes its commitment to the Moon, Mars and other planetary exploration is providing new opportunities for companies involved in optics and photonics. This report examines the new technical challenges in space photonics and optics, and the spillover to manufactured products, which is both exciting and well recognized.

Reports Includes:

  • An overview of space photonics opportunities at NASA for revitalizing Moon, Mars and other planetary exploration initiatives
  • Coverage of pre-Artemis Moon scientific missions and photonics
  • Comparative study on space-made vs. earth-made optical fibres
  • Knowledge about Lunar Crater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS), the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Space Photonics: Abstract

  • Spectrometers
    • NIRVSS Program Deploys Spectrometers in Water Hunt
    • LIDAR/Laser Altimetry
  • Conclusion
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related BCC Research Reports

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Pre-Artemis Moon Scientific Missions and Photonics Use
  • Table 2: Factors to Consider When Approaching a NASA Program Manager
  • Table 3: NIRVSS Payload Requirements
  • Table 4: Types of LIDAR NASA Uses
  • Table 5: FOSS Portfolio Benefits

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: High Actuator Count Deformable Mirror
  • Figure 2: Earth-Space Vehicle Deep Space Optical Communications
  • Figure 3: Space-Made vs. Earth-Made Optical Fibers
  • Figure 4: Optical Fiber with Solar Conversion Media
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