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Title: Lunar sample return via the interPlanetary superhighway
Authors: Lo, M. W.
Chung, M. K.
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2002
Citation: AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference and Exhibit
Monterey, CA, USA
Abstract: The Lunar Sample Return mission consists of two spacecraft, a communications module, and a lander/sample return module carried to the Moon by another ship. Knowledge of the InterPlanetary Superhighway tunnels and their dynamics provided a quick back-of-the-envelope estimation of the timing and costing of such libration missions which compared well with fully integrated solutions.
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