Reports

Analytical Instruments

AN ACOUSTIC PARTICLE SIZE ANALYZER FOR PLANETARY SURFACES.
J. Marshall1, L. Mason2, P. Thompson3, 1SETI Institute, 515 N. Whisman Rd. Mountain View, CA 94043 (jmarshall@seti.org), 2Lockheed, 12257 S Wadsworth Blvd, Littleton, CO (larry.w.mason@lmco.com), 3N-Science, 6155 W 54 Ave Arvada, CO 80002.

CICERO Project

GeoOptics Announces 100-Spacecraft Array to Deliver Critical Hurricane & Climate Data

Golden companies, CU put new ideas in orbit - Denver Post Dec 17, 2009

Cryocooler Papers

ADIABATIC DEMAGNETIZATION REFRIGERATOR FIELD MAPPING AND SHIELDING MODELS FOR A 70 MK SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION EDGE SENSOR ARRAY AND ASSOCIATED ELECTRONICS

D.R.Ladner1, D.S. Martinez-Galarce2, and D. McCammon3

  1. N-Science Corporation, Arvada, CO 80002, USA
  2. Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA
  3. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706, USA

THERMAL MODEL FOR A MARS INSTRUMENT WITH THERMO-ELECTRIC COOLED FOCAL PLANE: CCD SUB-SYSTEM RESULTS
D.R. Ladner and J.P. Martin N-Science Corporation, Arvada, CO 80002 USA

Deep Space Black

Photonics Spectra Showcase

Advanced Surface Technologies News: AST and N-Science - A Powerful Partnership

Finishing Forum Tech Talk - DSB An Ideal Choice

Finishing Industry News - DSB Technology Improvements

Deep Space Black Article in Finishing Forum

Deep Space Black - Product Bulletin

HUMMINGBIRDsCHARM Project

Predictions for the Colorado Space Industry in 2012

NASA Calls for Asteroid Redirect Mission Proposals

MICA X-Ray Related Publications

In-Situ Geologic Analyzer for Lunar and Martian Surfaces, (ppt part 1) (ppt part 2)
Joseph P Martin1, John R Marshall2, Larry W Mason3, Dan Scheld1, Pat Thompson1
1 N-Science Corp, 2 SETI Institute, 3 Lockheed Martin
Presented at Earth and Space 2008, Mar 4, 2008

In-Situ Geologic Analyzer for Lunar and Martian Surfaces, (pdf)
Joseph P Martin1, John R Marshall2, Larry W Mason3 Dan Scheld1
1 N-Science Corp, 2 SETI Institute, 3 Lockheed Martin

Thermal Model for a Mars Instrument with Thermo-electric Cooled Focal Plane:CCD Subsystem Results by D.R. Ladner J.P.Martin N-Science Corp., Arvada, CO, 80002 - A PowerPoint Presentation

In-Situ Resource Analyzer (ISRA) - A PowerPoint Presentation

X-ray instrumentation

Koppel L.N & J.R. Marshall. A miniature metal-ceramic x-ray source for spacecraft instrumentation. Rev. Sci. Instr. 69 (4) 1893-1897, 1998.

Kerner, J., E. Franco, & J.R. Marshall. Combined XRD and XRF analysis for portable and remote applications. Advances in X-ray Analysis, 38, 319, 1995.

Marshall, J.R., J.P. Martin, L.W. Mason, & D.L. Williamson. In situ analytical strategy for Mars combining X-ray and optical techniques. Proc. 35th LPSC, CD-ROM, 2004.

Marshall, J.R., C. Bratton, L. Koppel, C. Seward, & R. Keaten. X-ray techniques for in situ analysis of the martian surface: Preliminary results from a miniature diffractometer. EOS, Proc AGU, F334, 1995.

Marshall, J.R., L. Koppel, C. Bratton, E. Metzger, & M. Hecht. In situ identification of mineral resources with an x-ray optical "hand-lens" instrument. ISRU Tech Interchange Meeting, Nov. 1997, LPI Doc. No. 930, 27, 1997.

Marshall, J.R., C. Bratton, L. Koppel, M. Hecht, & E. Metzger. Strategies and technologies for in situ mineralogical investigations on Mars. Proc. 29th LPSC, 1998.

Marshall, J.R. & E. Metzger. Interpretation of complex x-ray diffraction patterns acquired during in situ reconnaissance of planetary surfaces. Proc. GSA, 28(7), A318, 1996.

Marshall, J.R. et al. XRD-XRF-Optical "Hand-Lens" Instrument for analysis of cometary- surface material (New Millennium Technology for MEMS). 1st Deep Space 4/Champollion, Sci. Def. Team Meeting, JPL, 1997.

Marshall, J.R., C. Bratton, R. Keaten, C. Seward, & L. Koppel. In situ mineral identification for Mars: Results from a miniature x-ray diffractometer deployed on the Marsokhod rover. Proc. 27th LPSC, 815-816, 1996.

Marshall J.R. & R. Keaten. EOS, AGU 75 (44), 400, 1994.

Marshall, J.R. & R. Keaten. X-ray diffractioin techniques for a field instrument; patterns of lithological provenances. GSA, 1996.

Metzger, E. & J.R. Marshall. Diagnostic x-ray diffraction signatures of mineral hydration on Mars. Proc. GSA, A215, 1997.

Koppel, L., E. Franco, J. Kerner, M. Fonda, D. Schwartz, & J.R. Marshall. An integrated XRF/XRD instrument for Mars exobiology and geology experiments. NASA Workshop on Advanced Technologies for Planetary Instruments, Fairfax, Virginia, April 1993.

Koppel L. & J.R. Marshall. Development of x-ray diffractometer techniques for planetary exploration. Proc. 45th Ann. Denver X-Ray Conf., 104, 1996.

Koppel L, J.R. Marshall, & C. Bratton. A miniature scanning x-ray diffractometer for planetary surface exploration, Proc. 44th Ann. Denver Conf. Applic. X-Ray Analysis, P2-35, 121, 1995.

Keaten R., J.R. Marshall, & E. Metzger. X-ray diffraction techniques for in situ identification of minerals in solid rock surfaces. EOS, Proc. AGU, 1995.

Keaten R., J.R. Marshall, & E. Metzger. GSA 27 (5), 57, 1995.

Kerner, J.A., E.D. Franco, & J.R. Marshall. Combined XRD and XRF analysis for portable and remote applications. 43rd Denver X-Ray Conf., 176, 1994.

Mother Goose Project

Mother Goose Introduction

Mother Goose Proposal

Mother Goose Presentation at Mars Society (15 mb ppt)