Chasing process of the MR SAT Project
"The University of Missouri-Rolla recently initiated a project to design and build a pair of tethered satellites. This effort is designated as the MR SAT Project (Missouri-Rolla Satellite), and is composed of two spacecraft linked to each other with a ten-meter long tether. The two main mission objectives are to experiment with the use of tethers to fly satellites in formation and to establish a wireless communication network between the two satellites based on low-cost technologies. The final phase of the mission will consist of releasing the tether and then attempting to maintain the ten-meter separation by using onboard propulsion systems. This document describes a comparison of different possible designs of the active control system."--Abstract, page iii.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
M.S. in Aerospace Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xiv, 148 leaves
© 2003 Pierre Jean Vignal, All rights reserved.
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Artificial satellites -- Control systems
Space vehicles -- Control systems
Artificial satellites -- Tracking
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Vignal, Pierre, "Chasing process of the MR SAT Project" (2003). Masters Theses. 2473.
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