By Catherine L. Thornton
Radiometric monitoring strategies for Deep-Space Navigation makes a speciality of a large array of applied sciences and ideas constructed during the last 4 many years to help radio navigation on interplanetary spacecraft. as well as an outline of Earth-based radio navigation suggestions, the e-book contains a simplified conceptual presentation of every radiometric size kind, its info content material, and the anticipated measeurement accuracy. The tools defined for either aquiring and calibrating radiometric measurements additionally supply a strong approach to aid tips and navigation for destiny robot house exploration.
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Radiometric Tracking Techniques for Deep-Space Navigation by Catherine L. Thornton