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Browsing JPL Technical Report Server by Author "Aaron, Seth"

Browsing JPL Technical Report Server by Author "Aaron, Seth"

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  • Backes, Paul; Moreland, Scott; Rehnmark, Fredrik; Badescu, Mircea; Zacny, Kris; Wei, Robert; Adams, Grayson; Toda, Risaku; Vieira, Peter; Carey, Elizabeth; Krylo, Robert; Bailey, Erik; Seubert, Carl; Conway, Dylan; Aaron, Seth; Manohara, Harish; Peters, Gregory; Mongelli, Marco; Riccobono, Dario (Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2017, 2017-03-04)
    The BiBlade sampling chain was developed for use in a potential Comet Surface Sample Return mission. Following prior versions of the sampling tool, a new tool was developed and validated to TRL 6. Sample acquisition testing ...
  • Johnson, Andrew E.; Aaron, Seth; Cheng, Yang; Montgomery, James; Trawny, Nikolas; Tweddle, Brent; Vaughan, Geoffrey; Zheng, Jason (Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2016, 2014-01-04)
    This paper describes recent LVS design work focused on making the map relative localization algorithms robust to challenging environmental conditions like bland terrain, appearance differences between the map and image, ...
  • Johnson, Andrew; Aaron, Seth; Chang, Johnny; Cheng, Yang; Montgomery, James; Mohan, Swati; Schroeder, Steven; Tweddle, Brent; Trawny, Nikolas; Zheng, Jason (Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2017, 2017-02-05)
    In January 2016, the Mars 2020 project added Terrain Relative Navigation to the project baseline. This new capability helps the mission avoid large hazards in the landing ellipse, which enables the consideration of landing ...
  • Abilleira, Fernando; Aaron, Seth; Baker, Chuck; Burkhart, Dan; Kruizinga, Gerard; Kangas, Julie; Jesick, Mark; Lange, Robert; McCandless, Sarah-Elizabeth; Ryne, Mark; Seubert, Jill; Wagner, Sean; Wong, Mau (Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2019, 2019-01-13)
    Following the exceptionally successful Mars Science Laboratory mission which placed the Curiosity rover in the interior of Gale Crater in August 2012, NASA will launch the next rover in the 2020 Earth to Mars opportunity ...

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