Attitude guidance, navigation and control of land-survey mini-satellites

Ye Somov, S. Butyrin, S. Somov, C. Hajiyev

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Contemporary land-survey mini-satellites have general mass up to 500 kg and are placed onto the orbit altitudes up to 800 km. For such spacecraft some principle problems on optimal attitude guidance, navigation and robust control are considered and elaborated methods are presented for their solving.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)222-227
Number of pages6
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2015
Event1st IFAC Workshop on Advanced Control and Navigation for Autonomous Aerospace Vehicles, ACNAAV 2015 - Seville, Spain
Duration: 10 Jun 201512 Jun 2015

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★This work was supported by RFBR (Russian Foundation for ★This work was supported by RFBR (Russian Foundation for BaTsihcisRewseoarkrchw,aGsrasuntpp1o4r-t0e8d-91b3y73R),FTBURBI(TRAusKsia(TnhFeoSucniednattiifoicn afnodr Basic Research, Grant 14-08-91373), TUBITAK (The Scientific and TeacshicnoRloesgeicaarclhR,eGseraarncth1C4o-0u8n-c9i1l 3o7f3T)u, rTkUeyB, GITrAanKt 1(T13hEe5S9c5i)enatnidficDaivnid-Basic Research, Grant 14-08-91373), TUBITAK (The Scientific and TieocnhnonoloEgMicMalCRPe,seRaurcshsiaCnouAnccaildoemf Tyuorkf eSyc,ieGnrcaenst(1P1r3oEg5ra9m5) nano.d1D3i)vi-Technological Research Council of Turkey, Grant 113E595) and Division on EMMCP, Russian Academy of Sciences (Program no. 13)

FundersFunder number
Division on EMMCP
Russian Foundation for BaTsihcisRewseoarkrchw,aGsrasuntpp1o4r-t0e8d-91b3y73R
TUBITAK113E595, TeacshicnoRloesgeicaarclhR,eGseraarncth1C4o-0u8n-c9i1l 3o7f3T, 1P1r3oEg5ra9m5
Russian Foundation for Basic Research
Russian Academy of Sciences13


    • Attitude control
    • Guidance
    • Mini-satellite
    • Navigation


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