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AIAA S-111A-2014

Qualification and Quality Requirements for Space Solar Cells

This standard establishes qualification, characterization, and quality requirements for all solar cells intended for operations in space. It defines terminology and establishes standard tests, environmental conditions, procedures, and systematic methods for verifying the capability of a photovoltaic solar cell device to operate in the environment of space. This standard is intended to be used to establish the minimum level of testing required to demonstrate that a solar cell type will operate in a predictable and understood manner. Success and failure criteria are defined for each qualification test. For the characterization tests, sufficient data is collected to predict electrical performance and behavior as a function of pertinent operational and environmental parameters

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