05/06/2017

Deimos Space participates in
the 26th International Symposium
on Space Flight Dynamics

Deimos Space is taking part in the 26th International Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics (ISSFD), jointly held with the 31st ISTS (International Symposium on Space Technology and Science) in June 3-9, 2017 in the City of Matsuyama, Shikoku Island, Japan. The company is showcasing its latest applied research in the fields of sample return missions, asteroid navigation and constellation replenishment for Galileo Second Generation, presenting the following technical papers:

  • Quasi-Satellite Orbits around Phobos for the Sample Return Mission. Javier Martín, Simone Centuori. Deimos Space, Spain.
  • The High-fidelity Asteroid Deflection Evaluation Software (HADES):Assessing the Impact of Environmental and System Uncertainties on Autonomous Proximity Operations. Massimo Vetrisano, Juan L. Cano, Simone Centuori. Deimos Space, Spain.
  • Stochastic Constellation Replenishment Planner. Federico Letterio1, Gonzalo Vicario1, Javier Martin1, Mauro Federici2, Daniel Navarro-Reyes3. 1Deimos Space, Spain, 2Deimos Space UK, United Kingdom, 3ESA.

In addition, the company co-authors two more papers related to the recently concluded Rosetta mission.

The ISSFD is a series of conferences providing an international forum for specialists in the field of space flight dynamics. It is sponsored by various space agencies, including APL, CNES, DLR/GSOC, ESA/ESOC, EUMETSAT, INPE, JAXA/ISAS, KIAM, NASA/GSFC, and JPL. The final programme can be found at: http://www.ists.or.jp/final-program/

The company is presenting its latest work in the fields of sample return missions, asteroid navigation and constellation replenishment for Galileo Second Generation

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