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Title: Dynamics and control of a 25-meter aperture virtual structure Gossamer telescope in GEO
Authors: Mettler, E.
Quadrelli, M.
Breckenrisge, W.
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2002
Citation: 2002 Astrodynamics Conference
Monterey, CA, USA
Abstract: In this paper we conduct a feasibility analysis of a 25-meter aperture virtual-structure space telescope example concept based on formation control of separated free-flying optical modules orbiting the Earth at GEO. We develop a Formation Flying implementation approach, and design and analyze the dynamics, control, metrology and estimation methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/8802
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