Thermal Accommodation of Payloads on German Spacelab Mission D1 851362

The payloads to be flown on the German Spacelab D1 mission in October 1985 located in the Module are thermally accommodated by a combined air/water cooling system, whilst the experiments on the Unique Support Structure are designed for autonomous operation.This paper describes the work performed on the thermal system under contract of DFVLR to satisfy the requirements of the experiments and those of the Space Shuttle.


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