Carbon Nanotubes on Titanium Substrates for Stray Light Suppression
- Created on Tuesday, 29 March 2011
require the preparation of the surface by lapping, and the deposition of an iron catalyst over an alumina stiction layer by e-beam evaporation.
In operation, the stray light controls are fabricated, and nanotubes (multi-walled 100 microns in length) are grown on the surface. They are then installed in the instruments or other optical devices.
This work was done by John Hagopian, Stephanie Getty, and Manuel Quijada of Goddard Space Flight Center. GSC-16016-1
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