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Annals

New Trends in Astrodynamics and Applications

Edited by Edited by Edward Belbruno (Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey)
New  Trends in Astrodynamics and Applications

Published: January 2006

Volume 1065

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Recent advances in the research of advanced astrodynamics and its applications have created an unprecedented interest in the space community worldwide. Mathematical dynamics-based theory and powerful numerical simulations have been fused to develop orbits and mission design concepts for past, current, and future space missions. This volume bridges the gap between theoretical and applied astrodynamics by bringing together reports from prominent mathematicians, scientists, and engineers that discuss recent advances in the field. It is hoped that this volume will help to create an environment dedicated to cooperation and the sharing of knowledge within this community over the long term.