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The Cassini mission to Saturn employs a Saturn orbiter and a Titan probe to conduct an intensive investigation of the Saturnian system. The Cassini orbiter flies series of orbits incorporating flybys of the Saturnian satellites called the “satellite tour”. During the tour, the gravitational...
The Cassini mission to Saturn will start a second phase in the exploration of the Saturnian system, after the historical Voyager flybys of Saturn in 1980 and 1981. The Cassini primary mission is scheduled to be launched in October 1997 by the Titan IV/Centaur. Cassini uses four planetary...
This paper investigates the design and implementation of a motion controller for a biaxial servomechanism using the TMS32OC30 digital signal processor. To achieve matching axis delay times resulting from a relaxed performance measure, a pole-placement method which ensures the H ∞ -norm of the...
Operations of the Cassini-Huygens missions will be carried out from two centres working in close liaison. The NASA Cassini Saturn orbiter will be operated from JPL in Pasadena, USA, while the ESA Huygens Titan probe will be operated from ESOC in Darmstadt, Germany, but with uplink and downlink...
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