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TIMED Technology Advances
Volume 24, Number 2 (April–June 2003)

TIMED spacecraft in orbit after launch aboard a Delta-II rocket. TIMED technology advances include increased autonomy, onboard orbit determination, event-based commanding, integrated electronics modules, a GPS navigation system, and a peak power tracker. These innovations enabled TIMED's four instruments to operate around the clock at their full capacity, thus lowering mission operations costs while enhancing science return.

TIMED Technology Advances: Guest Editor's Introduction

D. G. Grant

TIMED: From Concept to Realization

M. M. Mellott and V. H. Elsbernd

TIMED Mission Science Overview

J-H. Yee

TIMED Science: First Light

E. R. Talaat, J-H. Yee, A. B. Christensen, T. L. Killeen, J. M. Russell III, and T. N. Woods

An Overview of the TIMED Spacecraft

D. Y. Kusnierkiewicz

TIMED Instruments

J-H. Yee, E. R. Talaat, A. B. Christensen, T. L. Killeen, J. M. Russell III, and T. N. Woods

TIMED Mission System Engineering and System Architecture

D. Y. Kusnierkiewicz

TIMED Launch Operations

S. R. Vernon and S. F. Kozuch

TIMED GPS Navigation System (GNS): Design, Implementation, and Performance Assessment

W. S. Devereux, M. S. Asher, R. J. Heins, A. A. Chacos, T. L. Kusterer, and L. A. Linstrom

TIMED Integrated Electronics Module (IEM)

P. C. Marth

TIMED Autonomy System

R. J. Harvey

TIMED Ground System and Mission Operations

E. H. Rodberg, W. P. Knopf, P. M. Lafferty, and S. R. Nylund

It's About TIMED: APL's Education and Public Outreach Initiative

K. B. Beisser, R. L. Goldberg, and K. D. Marren

In Memoriam: George C. Weiffenbach (1921–2003)

D. J. Williams, S. M. Krimigis, and W. H. Guier

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