Spaceborne Cryostats for Continuous Operation
This paper has two purposes: the first, to present a broad picture of low temperature cooling with specific reference to operation under space conditions; and second, to outline steps contributive to the development of successful designs of low temperature cooling.
KeywordsHeat Leakage Cryogenic System Heat Rejection Total Admission Carnot Cycle
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