Dynamical Systems in Spaceflight
Dynamical systems in spaceflight possess unique properties that are largely different from those of ground-based systems. Deep understanding about the behaviors of these systems is crucial for effectively characterizing, predicting, and designing the motion of space objects. This research thrust advances our fundamental understanding about the dynamical behaviors of spacecraft and natural objects in space and leverage these insights for innovative space concepts.
Science orbit design with a quasi-frozen beta angle: Effects of body obliquity on J2-perturbed dynamics
K. Oguri, G. Lantoine, W. Hart, and J. McMahon
Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy (CMDA), 2020
K. Oguri and J. McMahon
IEEE Aerospace Conference, 2021