Planck Reflector Programme Principal Investigator:  H.U. Nørgaard – Nielsen Danish National Space Institute (DTU Space) Re...
PLANCK   Reflector Programme Planck reflectors: 2 ellipsoids Design drivers: Mass, stiffness,  thermal stability  (RT -> -...
Field of View: ± 4 deg PLANCK   Reflector Programme
Planck Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Facesheet Honeycomb structure PLANCK   Reflector Programme
Extensive FEM calculations Interferometer  measurements at  Centre Spatial de Liege Secondary reflector  Cool down: RT -> ...
On ground tests and  simulations of the optical  performance will be  checked through  observations in orbit of  Planets (...
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The Planck Reflector Programme

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ESA Space Science Talks March 2009. Hans Ulrik Norgard-Nielsen: All about the Planck reflector programme.

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The Planck Reflector Programme

  1. 1. Planck Reflector Programme Principal Investigator: H.U. Nørgaard – Nielsen Danish National Space Institute (DTU Space) Reflectors build by ASTRIUM, Friedrichhafen under DTU Space and ESA contract
  2. 2. PLANCK Reflector Programme Planck reflectors: 2 ellipsoids Design drivers: Mass, stiffness, thermal stability (RT -> -220 C)
  3. 3. Field of View: ± 4 deg PLANCK Reflector Programme
  4. 4. Planck Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Facesheet Honeycomb structure PLANCK Reflector Programme
  5. 5. Extensive FEM calculations Interferometer measurements at Centre Spatial de Liege Secondary reflector Cool down: RT -> -220 ° C PLANCK Reflector Programme
  6. 6. On ground tests and simulations of the optical performance will be checked through observations in orbit of Planets (e.g. Jupiter Mars) Planck telescope PLANCK Reflector Programme
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