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Title: Using Autonomous Navigation for Interplanetary Missions: The Validation of Deep Space 1 AutoNav
Authors: Riedel, J.
Bhaskaran, S.
Desai, S.
Han, D.
Kennedy, B.
McElrath, T.
Null, G.
Ryne, M.
Synnott, S.
Wang, T.
Werner, R.
Issue Date: 2-May-2000
Citation: International Conference on Low-Cost Planetary Missions
Laurel, Maryland, USA
Abstract: The first mission of NASA's New Millenium Program, Deep Space 1, has, as one of its principal demonstration technologies, the first autonomous optical navigation system to be used in deep space.
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