Space Systems Dynamics

Orbital and attitude dynamics and control

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August 14, 2020

2020 Astrodynamics Specialist Conference

The prestigious annual AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Conference was for the first time virtual this summer. Anastasia Tselousova, our PhD student and the only Russian speaker at the conference, presented several simple instruments that help a mission designer to generate ballistic lunar transfer trajectories, a.k.a. weak stability boundary (WSB) trajectories, in a systematic and regular way. Anastasia's talk Geometrical Tools for the Systematic Design of Low-Energy Transfers in the Earth-Moon-Sun system is available as a video presentation
on our YouTube channel. Details...




August 7, 2020

4th IAA Latin American CubeSat Workshop

On August 3-6, the 4th IAA Latin American CubeSat Workshop was held online. As an invited speaker, Prof. Ovchinnikov gave a lecture Ongoing Opportunities to Fly to the Moon devoted to current transportation options available for nano- and microspacecraft to get to a lunar orbit.





July 3, 2020

Two RSF Grants for Young Researchers Awarded

Russian Science Foundation announced the results of two contests for young researchers. Stepan Tkachev's leading young team study aimed at designing novel attitude control techniques for small spacecraft has been prolonged for two more years. On top of that, one of the individual young researcher grants
has been awarded to Yaroslav Mashtakov. He proposed the research project devoted to propellantless formation flying control methods. Way to go, guys!



February 4, 2020

5th IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions

On January 28-31, at Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi (Rome, Italy), the 5th IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop was held. The conference motto "Getting closer to Mars" marked the shift in the paradigm of small satellite applications: technological near-Earth missions are followed by interplanetary ones. Details...



February 2, 2020

Academic Readings on Cosmonautics

At the end of winter holidays, from 28th to 31st of January, the XLIV Academic Readings on Cosmonautics were hosted by Bauman Moscow State Technical University in memory of Sergey Korolev and other prominent pioneers of space exploration. Our researchers and students presented eight papers at the 2-day session "Applied celestial mechanics and motion control." Details...