From September 28 to October 2, 2009, CS participated as a sponsor to the 21st international Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics, in Toulouse (France)


This symposium was the 21st in a series of symposia sponsored by various space agencies, including CNES, DLR, ESA, INPE, JAXA, KIAM and NASA. It is intended to provide an international forum for specialists in the field of space flight dynamics.


From September 28 to October 2, 2009, CS participated as a sponsor to the 21st international Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics, in Toulouse (France)
Whether managing a satellite or a space-borne vehicle, a fleet of satellites or a constellation of spacecraft, CS offers the best solution for optimal control of space resources – from validation through to mission-critical operations. Command and control, mission programming, flight dynamics, satellite simulators, test benches and earth stations: CS deploys its know-how in space mechanics and ground-space interfaces. Its solutions allow for piloting different kinds of spacecraft: from fleets of mini- or micro-satellites in low earth orbit to geostationary telecommunication satellites. Moreover, this includes the ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle), which is set soon to rendezvous with the international space station.

CS presented:
• VASCO, a Versatile Attitude Simulator for Critical Operation (see datasheet below),
OREKIT (ORbits Extrapolation KIT), a free low level space dynamics library written in Java. 

CS attende the Collision Risk I round table session.
CS speaker: Romain Garmier
Paper title: "Computation of a collision probability based on a Gaussian misture model of the TLE accuracy" 

For more information on this event, please go to: http://www.mediatec-dif.com/issfd/index.html




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