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Update on Rover Sequencing and Visualization Program

The Rover Sequencing and Visualization Program (RSVP) has been updated. RSVP was reported in “Rover Sequencing and Visualization Program” (NPO-30845), NASA Tech Briefs, Vol. 29, No. 4 (April 2005), page 38. To recapitulate: The Rover Sequencing and Visualization Program (RSVP) is the software tool to be used in the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission for planning rover operations and generating command sequences for accomplishing those operations.

Posted in: Software, Briefs, TSP

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Selecting Data From a Star Catalog

MCDUMP is a computer program that selects data from the SKYMAP SKY2000 Master Star Catalog — a database about 150 MB in size, stored on a computer hard drive.

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NASA Technology Used to Rehab Soldiers

With S.A.M., only one therapist is needed to assist a patient, even if the patient has no sense of balance. (NASA)A physical therapy device based on NASA-developed technology is being used by Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, to rehabilitate military patients — including soldiers returning from Iraq — who have spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries. The Secure Ambulation Module (S.A.M.) is a product of Enduro Medical Technology of East Hartford, CT.

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Modified Penning-Malmberg Trap for Storing Antiprotons

One set of electrodes is used for both transmission and reception.

Posted in: Physical Sciences, Briefs

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Tumbleweed Rovers

Lightweight balls containing scientific instruments are propelled across terrain by wind.

Posted in: Physical Sciences, Briefs, TSP

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Simulations of Evaporating Multicomponent Fuel Drops

A paper presents additional information on the subject matter of “Model of Mixing Layer With Multicomponent Evaporating Drops” (NPO-30505), NASA Tech Briefs, Vol. 28, No. 3 (March 2004), page 55.

Posted in: Physical Sciences, Briefs, TSP

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Instrumentation for Sensitive Gas Measurements

Measurements are based on cavity-enhanced absorption.

Posted in: Physical Sciences, Briefs

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