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Title: Cassini Tracking and Identification Architecture
Authors: Thomas, V. C.
Alexander, J. W.
Dennison, E. W.
Waddell, P.
Borghi, G.
Procopio, D.
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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.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33783
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