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Guidance, navigation, and control study for a solar electric propulsion spacecraft
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|Statement||Craig A. Kluever.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-198920., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198920.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
An electrically-powered spacecraft propulsion system uses electrical, and possibly also magnetic fields, to change the velocity of a of these kinds of spacecraft propulsion systems work by electrically expelling propellant (reaction mass) at high speed.. Electric thrusters typically use much less propellant than chemical rockets because they have a higher exhaust speed (operate. Power and Propulsion Element PPE NASA-Unique Spaceflight Demonstration Objectives •Demonstrate high-power, 50kW-class solar array and electric propulsion technology in relevant space environments •Demonstrate continuous long-term electric propulsion operation sufficient to predict the xenon throughput capability and lifetime of high -power.
This paper reviews solar sail trajectory design and dynamics, attitude control, and structural dynamics. Within the area of orbital dynamics, methods relevant to transfer trajectory design and non-Keplerian orbit generation are discussed. Within the area of attitude control, different control strategies, including utilisation of solar radiation pressure and conventional actuators, are by: 5. Guidance, navigation, and control (GN&C) The guidance, navigation, and control system is the most critical system on any spacecraft, responsible for executing the typical space mission operational functions such as orbital insertion, sun acquisition, Earth acquisition, science target acquisition, pointing and tracking, and orbital.
The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R series (GOES-R) is the first of the next generation geostationary weather satellites. The series represents a dramatic increase in Earth observation capabilities, with 4 times the resolution, 5 times the observation rate, and 3 times the number of spectral bands. GOES-R also provides unprecedented availability, with less than min Cited by: The 9th JANNAF Spacecraft Propulsion Subcommittee (SPS) seeks abstracts on the full array of spacecraft propulsion technology interests including electric propulsion, chemical propulsion, micro-thrust propulsion, solar thermal propulsion, nuclear thermal propulsion, aerocapture, solar sails, tether systems, and technologies for the future.
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Guidance, Navigation, and Control Study for a Solar Electric Propulsion Spacecraft Craig A. Kluever t University of Missouri-Columbia/Kansas City t J, tS X I. Introduction Low-tg':ust propulsion systems have been identified as an efficient means for perform-ing space missions.
Spacecraft propelled by low-thrust engines are capable of delivering. Guidance, navigation, and control study for a solar electric propulsion spacecraft - NASA/ADS A preliminary investigation of a lunar-comet rendezvous mission using a solar electric propulsion (SEP) spacecraft was performed in two first phase involved exploration of the moon and the second involved rendezvous with a : Craig A.
Kluever. Get this from a library. Guidance, navigation, and control study for a solar electric propulsion spacecraft. [Craig A Kluever; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Part II, Onboard Guidance, Navigation, and Control,3 will cover attitude estimation and control in general, as well as the estimation and control of vehicle flight paths when flight path and attitude dynamics are strongly coupled (as is the case during certain critical phases,File Size: 6MB.
Guidance, navigation, and control study for a solar electric propulsion spacecraft. A preliminary investigation of a lunar-comet rendezvous mission using a solar electric propulsion (SEP) spacecraft was performed in two first phase involved exploration of the moon and the second involved rendezvous with a comet.
The initial Author: Craig A. Kluever. Spacecraft Guidance, Navigation, and Control. This research studies an advanced attitude control system for a solar electric propulsion (SEP) spacecraft.
In the research, three algorithms related to attitude control have been developed. First, rendezvous. Part II: Onboard Guidance, Navigation, and Control - Forward.
Future planetary explorations envisioned by the National Research Council's (NRC's) Vision and Voyages for Planetary Science in the Decadedeveloped at the request of NASA the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) Planetary Science Division (PSD), seek to reach targets of broad scientific interest across the solar system.
Fig. DAVID spacecraft design study. ROBOTIC PROBE MISSIONS In addition to the asteroid redirect mission and the human Mars mission, solar electric propulsion is a valuable option for robotic probes to explore the solar system. Solar electric propulsion File Size: 5MB.
For the sake of this assessment, small spacecraft are defined to be spacecraft with a mass less than kg. This report provides a summary of the state of the art for each of the following small spacecraft technology domains: Complete Spacecraft, Power, Propulsion, Guidance Navigation and Control, Structures, Materials and Mechanisms, Thermal.
KeyNote: Dresdner Automatisierungstechnischen Kolloquien. Monday 27 th January - ESA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Systems About the speaker 5 Dr.
Guillermo Ortega is the Head of the Guidance, Navigation and Control Section of ESA Space engineering activities in the GNC area in ESA Design and implement GNC systems for space vehicles.
Electric propulsion for satellites and spacecraft: established technologies and novel approaches 7 April | Plasma Sources Science and Technology, Vol. 25, No. 3 Combining Solar Electric Propulsion and chemical propulsion for crewed missions to MarsCited by: Study on Orbital Maneuvers of Electric Sail with On-Off Thrust Control AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY JAPAN, THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES, Vol.
12, No. 0 Hybrid Genetic Algorithm Gauss Pseudospectral Method for the Electric Sail Trajectory OptimizationCited by: spacecraft propulsion. With literally hundreds of electric thrusters now operating in orbit on communications satellites, and ion and Hall thrusters both having been successfully used for primary propulsion in deep-space scientific missions, the future for electric propulsion has arrived.
Guidance, navigation and control (abbreviated GNC, GN&C, or G&C and within the context of NASA operations, often pronounced 'Gintsee' or (IPA) ʤɪnsiː) is a branch of engineering dealing with the design of systems to control the movement of vehicles, especially, automobiles, ships, aircraft, and many cases these functions can be performed by trained humans.
The focus of this study is to look at the specific requirements for a spacecraft that needs to go from earth to moon and back. In this regard we will identify the different GN&C problems in various phases of flight that need to be addressed for designing such a plug-n-play avionics system.
The Solar Electric Propulsion project is developing large solar arrays and high-power electric thrusters for an integrated in-space test-flight. Compared with current conventional chemical propulsion systems, at launch it will weigh two times less and use four times less storage for the electricity produced, and will operate at radiation levels.
H.R. Freeman and G.W. Longanecker, The International Ultra Violet Explorer (IUE). Case study in spacecraft design, AIAA I. Newlan, First to Venus.
The Story of Mariner II, McGraw-Hill, Pioneer Venus. Case study in spacecraft design, AIAA, J.T. Richelson, America's Space Sentinels. The air data system senses air pressures related to spacecraft movement through the atmosphere to update navigation state vector in altitude; provide guidance in calculating steering and speed brake commands; and update flight control law computations and provide display data for the commander's and pilot's alpha Mach indicators, altitude.
This paper proposes a coupled attitude–orbit control law for a combination of solar electric propulsion and a solar sail equipped with reflectivity control devices (RCDs) in the Earth–Moon system.
This paper presents the results of the Phase A study for the solar electric propulsion subsystem selected for the ESA European Student Moon Orbiter spacecraft, performed at. Traditional spacecraft engines use chemical propulsion, but newer electric technologies such as solar electric propulsion are gaining steam, and may be considered as part of NASA's plan to send.A spacecraft is a vehicle or machine designed to fly in outer space.A type of artificial satellite, spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communications, Earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, and transportation of humans and spacecraft except single-stage-to-orbit vehicles cannot get into space on their own, and.PRINCIPLES OF SPACECRAFT NAVIGATION Typical Data Types for Spacecraft Navigation Data Type Characteristics Current Accuracy Typical Mission Phases Doppler Measures line-of-sight range rate mm/s (60s) All.
Only data type used for Mars orbiting spacecraft and for certain astronomical observatories. Range Measures line-of-sight range ~ mFile Size: 5MB.