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University of Southern California

 
Instruments
ESP SEM HDIC RGIC OFS I OFS II XUV FFES
The Space Sciences Center has a long history of successfull EUV instrument development. From the simple EUV Photometer that flew on the Viking II spacecraft to the state of the art EUV spectrometer (ESP) that will be flown aboard the Solar Dynamic Observatory (launch currently schedule for August of 2008), the Center continues it hertiage of cutting edge instrument desgin. Details about some of the instruments the Center has developed or that are currently under development can be accessed by selecting from the links above.
USC Space Science Center's state of the art class 10,000 clean room with class 100 clean benches. The facility is used for assemblying contamination sensitive space flight hardware. The left panel shows the Space Sciences Centers state of the art class 10k clean room used for instrument assembly and maintanence.

 

 

 
    website last updated 3/10/2009