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Title: Navigating Mars Observer: Launch Through Encounter and Response to the Spacecraft's Pre-Encounter and Response to the Spacecraft's Pre-Encounter Anomaly
Authors: Esposito, P.E.
Bollman, W.G.
Cangahuala, L.A.
Demcak, S.
Halsell, A.
Graat, E.
Johnston, M.D.
Mase, R.
Roth, D.
Issue Date: 14-Feb-1994
Citation: Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA
Abstract: This paper provides an in-depth review of the Mars Observer Navigation Team's activities throughout interplanetary cruise to Mars and our response to the spacecraft's anomaly which occurred approximately 68 hours before encounter.
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