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Title: Beacon Spacecraft Operations: Lessons in Automation
Authors: Sherwood, R.
Schlutsmeyer, A.
Sue, M.
Szijjarto, J.
Wyatt, E.J.
Issue Date: 11-Jun-2000
Citation: International Symposium on Intelligent Automation & Control
Hawaii, USA
Abstract: A new approach to mission operations has been flight validated on NASA's Deep Space One (DS1) mission that launched in October 1998. The beacon monitor operations technology is aimed at decreasing the total volume of downlinked engineering telemetry by reducing the frequency of downlink and the volume of data received per pass.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/13685
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