Applied Orbit Perturbation and Maintenance by Chao, Chia-Chun

By Chao, Chia-Chun

Even supposing quite a few texts at the rules and functions of astrodynamics were released, a booklet is required to summarize the perturbation theories and regulate, or station holding, algorithms for realizing the dynamics, balance, and upkeep of these orbits. This publication was once written to satisfy that desire. It summarizes, in applicable technical and mathematical element, perturbation theories and station holding algorithms for numerous kinds of venture orbits and constellations. area project designers/analysts and platforms engineers will placed this booklet to nice use.
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