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The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences

The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences

Editor-in-Chief: Kathleen Howell

ISSN: 0021-9142 (print version)
ISSN: 2195-0571 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40295

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The AAS is a vital support organization for the U.S. and global space programs through its high-quality meetings, its active publications program, its educational initiatives, and its international activities.

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The AAS celebrates its 58th anniversary in 2012 with approximately 1400 individual members and over 48 corporate and institutional sponsors, located in the United States and around the world. As was true in the early days of the Society, the membership of the AAS is composed of people of many different disciplines and background. Although many of the Society's members are engineers and scientists, an increasing number of administrators, military space specialists, physicians, lawyers, educators, historians, journalists, artists, students, others interested in space flight have joined.

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    The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences
    was founded in 1954 as an archival publication devoted to the science and technology of astronautics. Articles are published which present significant new results, important insights, or state of the art surveys in all areas of astrodynamics, celestial mechanics, atmospheric flight mechanics, navigation and guidance, and space related sciences. Authors are encouraged to submit papers on attitude dynamics, orbit determination, trajectory optimization, space missions analysis, numerical methods, maneuvering flight vehicles, dynamics and control of large flexible space structures, and space science related to new astronautical systems and their applications.    

    Table of Contents for Volume 59, Issues 1-2: Coming Soon!

    Majji, Junkins, and Turner
    Measurement Model Nonlinearity in Estimation of Dynamical Systems

    Elipe, Lanchares and Pascual
    Resonances and the Stability of Stationary Points Around a Central Body

    Ferrer and Lara
    On Roto-Translatory Motion, Reductions and Radial Intermediaries

    Scheeres, de Gosson, and Maruskin
    Applications of Symplectic Topology to Orbit Uncertainty and Space craft Navigation

    Juang and Wang
    Further Studies on Singular Value Method for Star Pattern Recognition and Attitude Determination

    Satak, Davis, Doebbler and Hurtado
    Two Impulse Reorientation of Spinning Axisymmetric Body: Single Axis Thrust

    Lee and Juang
    Nonlinear System Identification – A continuous-Time Bilinear State Space Approach

    Phan and Čelk
    A Superspace Method for Discrete-Time Bilinear Model Identification by Interaction Matrices

    Shi and Longman
    The Influence on Stability Robustness of Compromising on the Zero Tracking Error Requirement in Repetitive Control

    Turner and Elgohary
    Generalized Frequency Domain State-Space Models for analyzing Flexible Rotating Spacecraft

    Kaplinger, Wie, and Dearborn
    Earth-Impact and Analysis of a Near-Earth Object Fragmented and Dispersed by nuclear Subsurface Explosions

    Roscoe, Vadali, and Alfriend
    Design of Satellite Formations in Orbits of High Eccentricity with Performance Constraints Specified over a Region of Interest

    Schaub and Moorer
    Geosynchronous Large Debris Reorbiter: Challenges and Prospects

    McLaughlin, Lechtenberg, Fattig, and Krishna
    Estimating Density Using Precision Satellite Orbits from Multiple Satellites

    Yan and Gong
    Feedback control for Formation Flying Maintenance Using State Transition Matrix

    Russell and Lantoine
    Optimal Control of Relative Motion in Arbitrary Fields: Application at Deimos

    Sengupta
    Elliptic Rendezvous in the Chaser Satellite Frame

    Huang
    Optimal Multi-Impulse Orbit Transfer using Nonlinear Relative Motion Dynamics

    Hill, Sabol, and Alfriend
    Comparison of Covariance Track Association Approaches Using Simulated Data

    Seidelmann
    Space Surveillance – U.S., Russia, and China

    Carpenter and Markley
    Sequential Probability Ratio Test for Collision Avoidance Maneuver Decisions

    Fujimoto and Scheeres
    Correlation of Optical Observations of Earth-Orbiting Objects by Means of Probability Distributions

    Gaebler, Hur-Diaz, and Carpenter
    Comparison of Sigma-Point and Extended Kalman Filters on a Realistic Orbit Determination Scenario

    Horwood, Aragon, and Poore
    Adaptive Gaussian Sum Filters for Space Surveillance Tracking

    Bai and Junkins
    Modified Chebyshev-Picard Iteration Methods for Solution of Initial Value Problems

    Wright
    LS GEO IOD

    Hoots and Sorge
    Satellite Breakup Parameter Determination

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