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Misión ROSETTA
Louvres de Rosetta
Instrument boom Rosetta
Rosetta
  • Klient: ESA
  • Country: Holland
  • Data rozpoczęcia: 1997
Karta programu

The objective of Rosetta mission is the in situ study of the 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko comet. The probe was launched in 2004, and has rendezvous with the comet in 2014.

SENER has participated in both the probe's platform and payload:

  • ACTIVE THERMAL CONTROL LOUVRES
    15 louvres that form the probe’s active thermal control system. Each louvre comprises 16 blades that open or close depending on the temperature of the probe and with no need for external energy input. The model designed by SENER for Rosetta reduces the mass and increases the capacity to dissipate heat, representing a considerable improvement compared to earlier systems.  
  • DEPLOYABLE BOOMS
    Two deployable booms mounted in the platform of the probe, with five scientific instruments. Their purpose is to place them far from the disturbance created by the spacecraft electromagnetic field.
  • OPTICAL SCREENS
    The optical screens used to attenuate incident solar radiation on the two navigation cameras and the two star trackers baffles.
  • OSIRIS INSTRUMENT
    Design and integration of the control electronics unit and the filter wheel mechanism (FWM) of the two cameras of the OSIRIS instrument (Optical Spectroscopic and Infrared Remote Imaging System), NAC and WAC, Narrow Angle and Wide Angle cameras respectively, in collaboration with INTA and the Andalusian Astrophysics Institute (IAA). 
  • GIADA INSTRUMENT
    The control electronics unit for the GIADA instrument (Grain Impact Analyser and Dust Accumulator), which observes the mechanical properties, speed and mass of the particles in the comet’s tail. SENER carried out this project in collaboration with IAA.

Inne programy

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