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Advanced Ceramics Laboratory SPACE TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS
RASTAS SPEAR Earth-return capsule for the Marco Polo mission will encounter tremendous heating on its return through the atmosphere at 45000km/hour
RASTAS SPEAR: Expected trajectory and heat flux of earth return capsule
RASTAS SPEAR Demonstrator Heat Shield - “Made in Greece”
RASTAS SPEAR Demonstrator Heat Shield with regolith sample sphere
RASTAS SPEAR: Plasma jet test at CIRA/Scirocco at 5MW/m2 and 4Mach jet
PULCHER New small positioning rockets for satellites, probes and space stations
PULCHER: mini rockets based on the Bombardier Beetle!
PULCHER: Bipropellant rocket from the Apollo programme Combustion chamber is the narrow grey part in the middle The Pulcher rocket will be similar
PULCHER: Bipropellant rocket Ceramic fibre-Ceramic matrix Combustion chamber S. Schmidt et al, Acta Astronautica 55 (2004) 409 – 420
COSMIC SHIELD Protection against Galactic Cosmic Rays
COSMIC SHIELD: Particle shower in the atmosphere created by a Galactic Cosmic Rays
COSMIC SHIELD: All human missions will require shielding against Galactic Cosmic Rays
COSMIC SHIELD: Human bases require shielding against Galactic Cosmic Rays
COSMIC SHIELD: New nano-magnet composite material shield against Galactic Cosmic Rays Anisotropic MNP’s HDPE (nCH 2 ) matrix (with hydrides, not shown) Incident high energy charged particles
HybridTPS A ceramic-ablator composite Thermal Protection System SHS MgO + spinel+ Phenolic ablator Hybrid TPS
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FP7/SPACE PROJECT HYDRA Hybrid Ablative Development For Re- Entry In Planetary Atmospheric Thermal Protection J. Barcena 1, S. Florez 1, B. Perez 1, J-M.
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