The papers contained in this Volume of Proceedings have been collected from an international Workshop entitled 'Mission Design and Implementation of Satellite Constellations' which was held in Toulouse, France, in November 1997. This Workshop represented the first international gathering of the specialists in this currently very active field of research activity. The initiative to organise a Workshop around this theme was conceived during the Congress of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in Beijing, China, in October 1996. On that occasion, the IAF explored concepts and possibilities for the conduct of small specialist Workshops and Symposia of current interest. Topical, interesting, and focused themes in the general field of space technology (both theories and applications) will be selected for these Symposia. They aim at offering a dedicated forum at international level for specialists and experts to exchange their views and experiences on recent and future developments within the selected theme. These specialist Workshops and Symposia supplement the comprehensive annual IAF Congresses which cover all aspects of space technology and draw a correspondingly diverse audience.ABSTRACT The management of a satellite constellation needs a new approach on problems of orbit restitution and control. ... and its interfaces with the whole Satellite will be shown (implantation of receiver, antennas, electrical consumption ).
|Title||:||Mission Design & Implementation of Satellite Constellations|
|Author||:||Jozef C. van der Ha|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|