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Orbital and attitude dynamics and control

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Academic Readings on Cosmonautics

April 2, 2021

XLV Korolev Academic Readings on Cosmonautics have been held unusually late this year: from March 30 to April 2. A two-day session of Applied Celestial Mechanics and Motion Control hosted more than 40 speakers. The first three
talks celebrated the 100th anniversary of Dmitry Evgenievich Okhotsimsky, an academician who was a long-time chair of the session. 12 presentations have been given by the researchers and students of our team or by our partnering co-authors.

Anastasia Tselousova, Sergey Trofimov, and Maksim Shirobokov
Geometrical techniques for lunar WSB transfer trajectory design (in Russian)

Mikhail Ovchinnikov, Yaroslav Mashtakov, Dmitry Roldugin, Stepan Tkachev, Danil Ivanov, Vladimir Gecha, Sergey Gorchakov, and Igor Pugach
Simulation of the VLEO satellite motion with drag-free environment and magnetic control system (in Russian)

Alexey Shestoperov and Stepan Tkachev
Developing of reference trajectories of a satellite with flexible appendages
(in Russian)

Maksim Shirobokov and Sergey Trofimov
High-level programming tools for deep-space orbital motion simulation
(in Russian)

Maria Voronina and Maksim Shirobokov
Calculation of gravitational field using small group satellites on the examples of asteroids Eros and Itokawa (in Russian)

Yaroslav Mashtakov and Stepan Tkachev
Study of the reaction wheels disbalance effect on a nanosatellite orientation and stabilization accuracy (in Russian)

Mahdi Akhloumadi and Danil Ivanov
Relative motion control for capturing of space debris object at given position in body reference frame (in Russian)

Uliana Monakhova, Danil Ivanov, Rui Gondar, and Anna Guerman
Electromagnetic Control of ChipSats Swarm Using Magnetorquers 
67 MB, in Russian)

Anna Okhitina, Dmitry Roldugin, and Stepan Tkachev
Application of the particle swarm optimization method for constructing a controllable attitude trajectory using magnetorquers (in Russian)

Irina Suslova, Yaroslav Mashtakov, and Sergey Shestakov
Numerical study of relative motion models for spacecraft formation flying
(in Russian)

Shamil Biktimirov, Ivan Gerasimov, Danil Ivanov, and Dmitry Pritykin 
Nocturnal skywriting: satellite formation hybrid control algorithms

Alexey Bolotskikh, Danil Ivanov, and Stepan Tkachev
Laboratory research of angular movement detection algorithms for nanosatellite on stand with aerodynamic suspension (pptx, 42 МB, in Russian)

Anastasiya Annenkova, Nourhan Abdelrahman, Dmitry Pritykin, and Danil Ivanov
Cubesat magnetic atlas and in-orbit compensation of residual magnetic dipole