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|1||Mars Science Laboratory Drill||Avi Okon||2010:|
|2||Lightweight Low Force Rotary Percussive Coring Tool for Planetary Applications||Ross Hironaka, Scott Stanley||2010:|
|3||A Completely New Type of Actuator -or- This Ainâ€™t Your Grandfatherâ€™s Internal Combustion Engine||Brian Gore, Gary Hawkins, Peter Hess, Teresa Moore, Eric Fournier||2010:|
|4||An Evaluation of Liquid, Solid, and Grease Lubricants for Space Mechanisms Using a Spiral Orbit Tribometer||Michael Buttery||2010:|
|5||Qualification of a High Accuracy Dual-Axis Antenna Deployment and Trimming Mechanism||Alain Gossant, Francois Morichon||2010:|
|6||Scanning Mechanism of the FY-3 Microwave Humidity Sounder||Manfred Schmid, Li Jing, Christian Hehr||2010:|
|7||A Coarse Pointing Assembly for Optical Communication||Gerhard SzÃ©kely, D. Blum, M. Humphries, A. Koller, D. Mussett, S. Schuler, P. Vogt||2010:|
|8||Design and Development of Two-Axis Thruster Gimbal with Xenon Propellant Lines||Armond Asadurian||2010:|
|9||Gravity-Offloading System for Large-Displacement Ground Testing of Spacecraft Mechanisms||Olyvia Han, David Kienholz, Paul Janzen, Scott Kidney||2010:|
|10||Gimbals Drive and Control Electronics Design, Development and Testing of the LRO High Gain Antenna and Solar Array Systems||Boris Chernyakov, Kamal Thakore||2010:|
|11||Space Station Control Moment Gyroscope Lessons Learned||Charles Gurrisi, Raymond Seidel, Scott Dickerson, Stephen Didziulis, Peter Frantz, Kevin Ferguson||2010:|
|12||The International Space Station Solar Alpha Rotary Joint Anomaly Investigation||Elliot Harik, Justin McFatter, Daniel Sweeney, Carlos Enriquez, Deneen Taylor, David McCann||2010:|
|13||Test Validation of the Repair to the Space Station Solar Alpha Rotary Joint||Curtis Allmon, Will Wilkinson, Stu Loewenthal||2010:|
|14||Experimental Investigation of Forces Produced by Misaligned Steel Rollers||Timothy Krantz, Christopher DellaCorte, Michael Dube||2010:|
|15||Mars Science Laboratory Sample Acquisition, Sample Processing and Handling:Subsystem Design and Test Challenge||Louise Jandura||2010:|
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