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- This paper presents an analysis of the performance of the existing 'Phase One' AR&C system developed at the C.S. Draper Laboratory for both the rendezvous and proximity operations mission phases. This material has been developed as a result of Draper Laboratory involvement through NASA's Johnson Space Center in the development of the flight proven IGN&C rendezvous systems for Apollo, Skylab, and Shuttle. The development of these systems using Draper computer simulations has required automation of all crew inputs to the IGN&C system and thus provided the unique opportunity to develop and test those system capabilities required for AR&C. This paper expands upon the material in the papers presented by the authors at the NASA Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking Conference held at JSC on August 15-16, 1991.
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- Document ID: 19930013086.
Accession ID: 93N22275.
NASA, Washington, NASA Automated Rendezvous and Capture Review. A Compilation of the Abstracts; 2 p.
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