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NASA's decision earlier this summer to hand BAE Systems' Manassas, Virginia operation a $12.5m grant for research on ultra-low-temperature silicon technology is only one part of a larger programme to build entire electronic systems that need no protection from the intense cold of deep space. The author describes moves to develop electronics that work in the extremes of space without thermal protection.

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IEE Review  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 8 )