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23 February 1987 Design Considerations For Long-Lived Glass Mirrors For Space
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Experience from the solar terrestrial glass mirrors can be applied to the design for use in space. In this paper, a brief review of terrestrial experience, space flight tests of glass mirrors, and future design considerations for long-lived mirrors will be treated.
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Frank L. Bouquet, Carl R. Maag, and Philip M. Heggen "Design Considerations For Long-Lived Glass Mirrors For Space", Proc. SPIE 0692, Materials and Optics for Solar Energy Conversion and Advanced Lightning Technology, (23 February 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936685
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