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|Title: ||Cassini Tracking and Identification Architecture|
|Authors: ||Thomas, V. C.|
Alexander, J. W.
Dennison, E. W.
|Issue Date: |
|Citation: ||Orlando, Florida, USA|
|Abstract: ||The Cassini spacecraft will perform a detailed examination of the Saturnian system, including the release of a probe to study Saturn's largest satellite, Titan. The star tracker for the Cassini mission must provide accurate data during the entire flight including four years of measurement in a harsh radiation environment.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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