Liquid-Glass Radiation-Resistant Thermal-Control Coating
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Pigments and binders for obtaining radiation-resistant thermal-control coatings (TCC) for spacecraft were studied. A radiation-resistant thermal-control coating was obtained on the basis of the chosen components. The 15-year resistance of the coating in a geostationary orbit (GSO) was evaluated on the basis of ground-based tests. The comparative characteristics of white TCC (based on BaSO4), which are currently the most widely used coatings in Russia, are presented.
Key wordsliquid-glass composition thermal-control coating potassium liquid glass sodium liquid glass lithium liquid glass Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 3, pp. 24 – 27, March, 2019.
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