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Bendix was responsible to Martin Marietta for two of the entry science instruments-the upper atmospheric mass spectrometer and the retarding potential analyzer-and one Martian surface instrument-the seismometer. Design, fabrication, assembly, and testing were conducted at the Ann Arbor facilities.

Finding Apollo Lunar Surface Journal has been very exciting to me as I was an electrical engineer working for Bendix Aerospace in Ann Arbor, Michigan and spent two years in the design, assembly and testing of the LACE experiment. During this phase of the mission, it was called the Lunar Mass Spectrometer [LMS]. Skimming thru the journal and the Scientific report has brought back a lot of memories!

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