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Title: The Techsat-21 Autonomous Sciencecraft Constellation demonstration
Authors: Chien, S.
Sherwood, R.
Burl, M.
Knight, R.
Rabideau, G.
Engelhardt, B.
Davies, A.
Zetocha, P.
Wainright, R.
Klupar, P.
Cappelaere, P.
Williams, B.
Surka, D.
Greeley, R.
Baker, V.
Issue Date: Apr-2001
Citation: The 6th International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Automation in Space
Montreal, Canada
Abstract: The Autonomous Sciencecraft Constellation flight demonstration (ASC) will fly onboard the Air Forces's TechSat-21 constellation. Demonstration of its capabilities in a flight environment will open up tremendous new opportunities in planetary science, space physics, and earth science that would be unreadable without this technology.
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