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Title: Autonomous formation flying sensor for the Star Light Mission
Authors: Aung, M.
Purcell, G.
Tien, J.
Young, L.
Srinivasan, J.
Ciminera, M. A.
Chong, Y. J.
Amaro, L. R.
Young, L. E.
Issue Date: 29-Oct-2002
Citation: International Symposium, Formation Flying Mission & Technologies
Toulouse, France
Abstract: The StarLight Mission, an element of NASA's Origins Program, was designed for first-time demonstration of two technologies: formation flying optical interferometry between spacecraft and autonomous precise formation flying of an array of spacecraft to support optical interferometry. The design overview and results of the technology effort are presented in this paper.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/10365
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