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Image-based autonomous navigation of Hayabusa2 using artificial landmarks: The design and brief in-flight results of the first landing on asteroid Ryugu

Image-based autonomous navigation of Hayabusa2 using artificial landmarks: The design and brief... Hayabusa2 is an asteroid sample return mission carried out by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The spacecraft was launched in 2014 and arrived at the target asteroid Ryugu on June 27, 2018. During the 1.5-year proximity phase, several critical operations (including two landing/sampling operations) were successfully performed. They were based on autonomous image-based descent and landing techniques. This paper describes an imagebased autonomous navigation scheme of the Hayabusa2 mission using artificial landmarks named target markers (TMs). Its basic algorithm, and the in-flight results of the first touchdown and its rehearsal, are shown. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Astrodynamics Springer Journals

Image-based autonomous navigation of Hayabusa2 using artificial landmarks: The design and brief in-flight results of the first landing on asteroid Ryugu

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Tsinghua University Press 2020
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2522-008X
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2522-0098
DOI
10.1007/s42064-020-0070-0
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Abstract

Hayabusa2 is an asteroid sample return mission carried out by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The spacecraft was launched in 2014 and arrived at the target asteroid Ryugu on June 27, 2018. During the 1.5-year proximity phase, several critical operations (including two landing/sampling operations) were successfully performed. They were based on autonomous image-based descent and landing techniques. This paper describes an imagebased autonomous navigation scheme of the Hayabusa2 mission using artificial landmarks named target markers (TMs). Its basic algorithm, and the in-flight results of the first touchdown and its rehearsal, are shown.

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AstrodynamicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 30, 2020

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