Engineers and scientists in the fields of aerospace technology and space science can benefit from this book. Hengnian Li is the Deputy Director of State Key Laboratory of Astronautic Dynamics, China.
Author: Hengnian Li
Geostationary Satellites Collocation aims to find solutions for deploying a safe and reliable collocation control. Focusing on the orbital perturbation analysis, the mathematical foundations for orbit and control of the geostationary satellite. The mathematical and physical principle of orbital maneuver and collocation strategies for multi geostationary satellites sharing with the same dead band is also stressed. Moreover, the book presents some applications using the above algorithms and mathematical models to help readers master the corrective method for planning station keeping maneuvers. Engineers and scientists in the fields of aerospace technology and space science can benefit from this book. Hengnian Li is the Deputy Director of State Key Laboratory of Astronautic Dynamics, China.
How to overcome these challenges, there were two solutions: one was the lager
GEO platform and payload; the second was Geostationary Satellite Collocation [6
]. However, lager platforms would face vexed problems such as launching, ...
Author: Quan Yu
This book constitutes the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Space Information Network, SINC 2017, held in Yinchuan, China, in August 2017. The 27 full and three short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 145 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on system architecture and efficient networking mechanism; theory and method of high speed transmission; sparse representation and fusion processing.
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Author: Lei Chen
This book introduces readers to the application of orbital data on space objects in the contexts of conjunction assessment and space situation analysis, including theories and methodologies. It addresses the main topics involved in space object conjunction assessment, such as: orbital error analysis of space objects; close approach analysis; the calculation, analysis and application of collision probability; and the comprehensive assessment of collision risk. In addition, selected topics on space situation analysis are also presented, including orbital anomaly and space event analysis, and so on. The book offers a valuable guide for researchers and engineers in the fields of astrodynamics, space telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C), space surveillance, space situational awareness, and space debris, as well as for graduates majoring in flight vehicle design and related fields.
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Author: Ranjan Vepa
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Presents the established principles underpinning space robotics with a thorough and modern approach. This text is perfect for professionals in the field looking to gain an understanding of real-life applications of manipulators on satellites, and of the dynamics of satellites carrying robotic manipulators and of planetary rovers.
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“ Collocation Strategy in G . E . O . Orbit for Both Eutelsat Satellites FM1 & FM6 ...
Author: Chia-Chun Chao
Publisher: Amer Inst of Aeronautics &
Since the start of the space age more than 50 years ago, various space technology applications - including communication, navigation, and remote sensing - have advanced significantly. To meet the challenges in each application category, special orbits such as geo-stationary, semi-synchronous, Molniya, sun-synchronous, and frozen have been invented or selected. Although a good number of texts on the principles and applications of astrodynamics have been published, a book is needed to summarize the perturbation theories and control, or station keeping, algorithms for understanding the dynamics, stability, and maintenance of those orbits. Applied Orbit Perturbations and Maintenance was written to meet that need. It summarizes, in appropriate technical and mathematical detail, perturbation theories and station keeping algorithms for various types of mission orbits and constellations. Space mission designers/analysts and systems engineers will put this book to great use.
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Satellite (GLASS) products. Algorithms, validation and analysis. SpringerBriefs.
Author: Cenan Al-Ekabi
The Yearbook on Space Policy, edited by the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), is the reference publication analysing space policy developments. Each year it presents issues and trends in space policy and the space sector as a whole. Its scope is global and its perspective is European. The Yearbook also links space policy with other policy areas. It highlights specific events and issues, and provides useful insights, data and information on space activities. The first part of the Yearbook sets out a comprehensive overview of the economic, political, technological and institutional trends that have affected space activities. The second part of the Yearbook offers a more analytical perspective on the yearly ESPI theme and consists of external contributions written by professionals with diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise. The third part of the Yearbook carries forward the character of the Yearbook as an archive of space activities. The Yearbook is designed for government decision-makers and agencies, industry professionals, as well as the service sectors, researchers and scientists and the interested public.
Design and Implementation of a Nanosatellite Attitude Determination and Control
System (AAS 01-311) Kristin L. Makovec, ... Collocation Study for a GEO Satellite
and an Inclined GSO Satellite (AAS 01-318) Joseph Chan, Kidambi Raman, ...
Author: David Bradley Spencer
The four-day Quebec City conference in 2001 of some 200 registrants featured approximately 157 papers under topics such as libration point, attitude determination, GEO collocation, orbit determination, constellations and clusters, Mars missions, debris and collision avoidance, neutral density, formation flying, low- thrust trajectory optimization, and relative motion and rendezvous. Chronological and author indexes are appended to the third volume. These papers are not thoroughly peer-reviewed by session chairs or the editors, authors being responsible for technical accuracy. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.