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Title New Horizons : reconnaissance of the Pluto-Charon System and the Kuiper Belt / C.T. Russell, editor.
Imprint New York : Springer, 2009.

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Subject New Horizons (Spacecraft)
Space probes.
Trans-Neptunian objects.
Alt Name Russell, C. T. (Christopher T.)
Description 1 online resource
Contents Foreword / C.T. Russell -- The New Horizons Pluto Kuiper Belt Mission: an overview with historical context / S. Alan Stern -- The New Horizons spacecraft / Glen H. Fountain [and others] -- New Horizons mission design / Yanping Guo and Robert W. Farquhar -- Overview of the New Horizons science payload / H.A. Weaver [and others] -- New Horizons: anticipated scientific investigations at the Pluto System / Leslie A. Young [and others] -- Ralph: a visible/infrared imager for the New Horizons Pluto/Kuiper Belt Mission / Dennis C. Reuter [and others] -- ALICE: the ultraviolet imaging spectrograph aboard the New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission / S. Alan Stern [and others] -- Long-range reconnaissance imager on New Horizons / A.F. Cheng [and others] -- The New Horizons Radio science Experiment (REX) / G.L. Tyler [and others] -- The Solar Wind Around Pluto (SWAP) instrument aboard New Horizons / D. McComas [and others] -- The Pluto Energetic Particle Spectrometer Science Investigation (PEPSSI) on the New Horizons Mission / Ralph L. [and others] -- The Student Dust Counter on the New Horizons Mission / M. Horanyi [and others].
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The New Horizons mission provides the first in situ reconnaissance of the Pluto-Charon System and the Kuiper belt, arguably the last frontier of solar system exploration. This book describes the mission, its objectives, expected results, and instruments in articles written by the scientists and engineers most closely involved. The New Horizons mission is expected to return unique observations and discoveries, which will revolutionize our understanding of the formation of the solar system. This volume is aimed at researchers and graduate students active in planetary science and space exploration, and all other potential users of data obtained by the instruments on board the New Horizons mission.
Access Licensed electronic resource available to Carleton faculty, staff and students.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780387895185
0387895183
0387895175
9780387895178
9780387895178
OCLC # 318545560