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Apollo 17 LACE background noise anomaly

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dc.contributor.other Fithian, D. 2015-09-09T22:26:44Z 2015-09-09T22:26:44Z 1973
dc.identifier.other 31111000664027
dc.description.abstract The Lunar Atmospheric Composition Experiment (LACE) has experienced a zero offset condition in the low and mid mass channels of the science data since the experiment was first initialized on the moon. The cause of the background noise is attributed, by process of elimination, to the analyzer itself. Testing on the prototype and qualification models has not been able to reproduce the problem.
dc.description.statementofresponsibility prepared by D. Perkins ; approved by D. Fithian.
dc.format.extent 3 pages
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Bendix, Aerospace Systems Division
dc.subject.lcc TL789.8.U6A5
dc.subject.lcsh Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package.
dc.subject.lcsh Lunar Atmospheric Composition Experiment
dc.title Apollo 17 LACE background noise anomaly
dc.title.alternative Apollo 17 Lunar Atmospheric Composition Experiment background noise anomaly

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