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Title: Flight Operations in the New Millennium
Authors: Ryan, Robert E.
Issue Date: 21-Mar-1998
Citation: Aspen, Colorado, USA
Abstract: New approaches are being studied for real-time interaction and related supporting processes with spacecraft and instruments in deep space. Spacecraft are evolving, improving in many ways, and generally becoming more robust. Opertions is changing also. Operatins will be more automated in the future. However, there is a chanllenge. Deep space missions are not all alike. The Operations phases of discovery and exploration are an extension of the research that creates the mission; they are the time of obtaining results.
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