2000
DOI: 10.2514/5.9781600866586.0025.0044
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Abstract: AbstractUsing reconfigurable and adaptable networks of micro/nanosatellites to support cost-effective space missions is a popular new direction in the space community. Since the overall resources of micro/nanosatellites are more restricted than those of a single iarge satellite, the micropropulsion system needs to be lightweight, low-cost, and practical. This paper describes the collaboration between the Arizona State University Student Satellite Lab and the Air Force Research Laboratory Propulsion Directorat…

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