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Scalar magnetometer for JUICE: Assembly and test of spare model, system level testing and near Earth commissioning
Experimental and numerical models for the calibration of the JUICE RWI antennas
This project was dedicated to the analysis of electric field sensors as flown on board the NASA spacecraft JUNO to the gas giant Jupiter. The overarching goal of the JUNO mission is to understand Jupiter’s origin and evolution.
Satellite-based detection of hazardous areas to prevent accidents involving long guns
Jets from protostars: determining the influence of ejecta in regulating the early protostellar evolution
KeraSchub - Feasibility Study of Regeneratively Cooled Thrust Chambers Made of C/SiC Ceramic Composites
The KeraSchub study has analyzed whether cost-efficient C/SiC materials could also be used for the design of rocket thrust chambers. The KeraSchub study has performed a material survey and investigated conceptual thrust chamber designs based on these materials. It was determined that deficiencies of cost-efficient materials can be overcome by clever thrust chamber designs. As well as areduction in cost and an increase in lifetime, a significant increase in reliability and safety can possibly be achieved.
The project prepares for the operational and scientific utilization of new high frequency imaging radar (SAR) missions: the X-band SAR missions TerraSAR-X and COSMO-SkyMed, both launched in June 2007, and the TanDEM-X mission (scheduled for launch in 2009).
Integration of Geo-Wiki and LACOVAL
Improved LAI estimation for weather forecasts
Optical quality assurance in laser beam melting (LBM) using a camera and photodiode
Earth observation missions in general and gravity field sensors in particular are naturally designed as low Earth orbiting spacecraft (LEO) with orbit heights of about 200-500 km. In order to fulfil the challenging mission objectives, the precise knowledge of the satellite orbit in space becomes a crucial concern. For these missions precise orbit information is normally provided by GPS / SST observations supported by satellite laser ranging (SLR).
The objective of LISA is to achieve a consensus on a new Austrian land cover data base and demonstrate its benefits offering improved spatial and thematic content.
The development of the Land Information System Austria (LISA) was initiated within ASAP 6 and continued within ASAP 7 to overcome the shortcomings of the existing LC/LU datasets for regional, national as well as European management and reporting requirements.
The LOPT-GNSS (Hose Line Optimisation by GNSS) project set out to develop a demo system which guarantees fast and efficient advancement of hose lines.
EO-based landslide mapping: from methodological developments to automated web-based information delivery
Towards the exploitation of next generation satellite missions for operational land monitoring
This project aimed to improve the quality of land cover information by vastly increasing the amount of in-situ data available for calibration and validation of satellite-derived land cover.
A Lean Operating System for Xentium-based platforms
Mass redistributions from GRACE-FO using Laser Interferometry and Microwave ranging based on tailored data processing