International Reference Systems for Astrodynamics and Space Geodesy
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- Folgueira M., Capitaine N., Souchay J. (2008) International Reference Systems for Astrodynamics and Space Geodesy. In: Bonilla L.L., Moscoso M., Platero G., Vega J.M. (eds) Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2006. Mathematics in Industry (The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry), vol 12. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
The fields of Astrodynamics and Space Geodesy research are experiencing continuous growth. Advancements in science and technology are enabling missions with much more challenging goals. In response, many new techniques have been introduced to solve these demanding new mission design problems with a high precision.
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