The pioneer mission to Jupiter
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, United States. Office of Space Science and Applications
For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1971 - Science - 46 pages
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1-mil-thick Ames/Pioneer Project Office apparatus aboard asteroid belt Asteroid/meteoroid detector astronomers atmosphere basic Charged particle detectors components cosmic rays device distances Earth electrical electron electron volts encounter with Jupiter energy spectra engineers expected F and G fields of view Figure Geiger Tube Goddard Space Flight Helium vector magnetometer hexagonal high-gain antenna hydrazine hydrogen imaging photopolarimeter Infrared radiometer interplanetary medium investigators ionosphere Isotopes Jet Propulsion Laboratory Jovian Jupiter mission Jupiter's launch vehicle magnetic field MANAGER a«c mass of Jupiter measure ment meteoric material Meteoroid detector MeV/nucleon MISSION TO JUPITER NASA Number observations obtain orbit of Jupiter outer particle detectors Pioneer F/G PIONEER MISSION Pioneers F planetary plasma analyzer probes Prof protons radiation belts radio Research Center S-band satellites scientific experiments scientific instruments scientists sensor solar system solar wind spacecraft studies SYSTEM MANAGER telescope _ temperature thrustor tion tracking data trajectory transmitted Trapped radiation telescope Ultraviolet photometer zodiacal light