References

NASA NanoSail-D Documents

20080023323_2008022894.pdf
20090033093_2009032861.pdf
20100024167_2010023656.pdf
20100035087_2010034424.pdf
4-NanoSailD-Sandy_Montgomery.pdf
480065main_FASTSAT_Facts_Final.pdf
484314main_NASAfactsNanoSail-D.pdf
belden.pdf
Engineering Notebook1.pdf
Prototype Development of Deployable CubeSat Booms.pdf
SSC09-IV-10.pdf

Planetary Society LightSail Project Documents

1600 LightSail-MattNehrenz-CUBESAT_CONFERENCE.pdf
177020675-Planetary_Society_plans_new_solar_sail.pdf
1868.pdf
20100036571_2010034507.pdf
32_Svitek_Paradigm_Devices.pdf
4Landis 2.pdf
4Landis.pdf
Aerospace-Mechanisms-Symposium_Chris-Biddy.pdf
br176.pdf
L5news7911.pdf
msit.pdf
O3.205.pdf
rit-1.pdf
SM13.203.LaserPropelledLightcraft.pdf
Staehle_Interplanetary_CubeSats.pdf

References From Wikipedia

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