Definition of Dynamic Characteristics of ISS (Tenzor (Tensor)) - 07.15.14
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Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)
ISS Expedition Duration
November 2000 - October 2004
Previous ISS Missions
Development test of the techniques defining and updating ISS dynamic characteristics required for improvement of attitude determination accuracy, prediction of the onboard systems functionality and qualitative performance and analysis of science experiments.
Angular rate vector gyrometer, Fixed star meter to measure angular rates and station location.
Reception of integrated information from the ISS guidance navigation and control system (GNC) sensors and TV cameras of spacecraft maneuvering near the ISS (Shuttle, Soyuz, Progress) to determine dynamic characteristics of the ISS (ratios of moments of inertia, aerodynamic characteristics, center of gravity of the ISS, etc.). Updating of mathematical models of the ISS onboard systems used for flight control.
Banit YR, Banit YR, Belyaev MY, Dobrinskaya TA, Efimov NI, Sazonov VV, Stazhkov VM. Determination of the inertia tensor of the International Space Station on the basis of telemetry data. Cosmic Research. 2005 March; 43(2): 131-142.
Zavalishin DA, Belyaev MY, Sazonov VV. Applying data from the MAMS accelerometer to assess the dynamic characteristics of the ISS. RAS M. V. Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics. 2005. [Per Roscosmos. Preprint 101. Also: Zavalishin D. A., Belyaev М. Yu., Sazonov V. V. Applying data from the MAMS accelerometer to assess the dynamic characteristics of the ISS // Materials of the XXX academic readings on space exploration. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences commission, 2006.]
Belyaev MY, Bryukhanov NA, Ryabukha SB, Stazhkov VM, Luryashchenko AV, Obydennikov SS. Microperturbations Occurring During ISS Russian Segment Operation. Kosmonavtika i Raketostroenie (Cosmonautics and Rocket Engineering). 2007; 1(46). [Per Roscosmos]
Banit YR, Banit YR, Sevastianov NN, Branez VN, Belyaev MY, Zavalishin DA, Platonov VN, Sazonov VV. The control of JAMAL 200 attitude using angular motion mathematical model. 7th International Symposium on Reducing the Costs of Spacecraft Ground Systems and Operations, Moscow, Russia; 2007 June 11-15 648.
Ground Based Results Publications
Coordinating Scientific and Technical Council of the Russian Space Agency [Russian]
Energia - Science Research on the ISS Russian Segment