4 edition of AEOSS design guide for system analysis on Advanced Earth-Orbital Spacecraft Systems found in the catalog.
AEOSS design guide for system analysis on Advanced Earth-Orbital Spacecraft Systems
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD
Written in English
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The Advanced Earth-Orbital Spacecraft Systems (AEOSS) database is a specially tailored software coded from the relational database of 4th Dimension (Ref. It permits the user to determine the power consumption, weight, and cost for a spacecraft system.
The interested parameters are common to all spacecraft and can be calculated on the component or. AEOSS is a specially tailored software coded within the framework of the relational database program of the Acius' 4th Dirnension with an Apple Macintosh version. It enables users to predict the required power, weight, and cost for a generic Earth-orbital spacecraft system.
Get this from a library. AEOSS design guide for system analysis on Advanced Earth-Orbital Spacecraft Systems. [Hwa-Ping Lee; Goddard Space Flight Center.]. Advanced Earth Orbital Spacecraft System (AEOSS) enables users to project the requried power, weight, and cost for a generic earth-orbital spacecraft system.
These variables are calculated on the component and subsystem levels, and then the system level. Advanced Earth Orbital Spacecraft System (AEOSS) enables users to project the requried power, weight, and cost for a generic earth-orbital spacecraft system.
These variables are calculated on the component and subsystem levels, and then the system : Hwa-Ping Lee. Get this from a library. AEOSS runtime manual for system analysis on Advanced Earth-Orbital Spacecraft Systems.
[Hwa-Ping Lee; Goddard Space Flight Center.]. Advanced earth orbital spacecraft system (AEOSS) enables users to project the required power, weight, and cost for a generic earth-orbital spacecraft system.
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