First Author
S. T. Port (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Coauthor(s)
T. DeMichael (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
D. Sadhukhan (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
I. Haskin (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
J. Jordan (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
C. Liebfried (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
J. Romanin (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
B. Rosenthal (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
S. Vivod (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
A. Wroblewski (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
S. Jansen (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
K. Martin (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
T. Kremic (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
G. Hunter (NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Session
Venus
Brief Abstract Summary
VeSPER is a short-lived imaging system that can be attached to a Venus lander. Originally designed as part of SAEVe, VeSPER is a camera inside a vessel that is being designed to survive for several minutes at Venus surface conditions.
Form of the Presentation
Poster
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