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AcronymDefinition
ASTROAmerican Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
ASTROAstrodynamics
ASTROAssociation of Summer Theatres 'Round Ontario
ASTROAdvanced Scientific and Theoretic Research Organisation (New Zealand)
ASTROAstrophysics Space Observatory
ASTROAir Support to Regular Operations (LAPD)
ASTROAerospace Systems Technology and Rocket Operations (Cornell University)
ASTROArmy Space Technology Research Office
ASTROAutomated Structural Optimization System
ASTROAutonomous Space Transfer & Robotic Orbiter
ASTROAll-Asian Satellite Television and Radio Co.
ASTROAleph STrip Read-Out Scanner
ASTROAllinger Stern Rosler (bridge game)
ASTROAutomated Scheduling Tools for Range Operations
ASTROASW Test Requirements Outline
References in periodicals archive ?
Committee for the Assessment of the US Air Force's Astrodynamic Standards, Continuing Kepler's Quest, 18; and Bolden, Sydney, and Kervin, "Pan-STARRS Status.
High Accuracy Satellite Drag Model (HASDM)," AIAA 2002-4886, AIAA/AAS Astrodynamics Specialist Conference (Monterey, Calif.
AAS 03-638 (Big Sky, MT: Proceedings of the AAS Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, August 2003).
Alfriend Astrodynamics Symposium (2010: Monterey, Calif.
AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Conference (2005: South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
For instance, the master of engineering degree in space operations (a strategy-approved area of study) from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs requires classes in astrodynamics, mechanical-systems analysis, spacecraft dynamics, launch-vehicle analysis, systems engineering, and trajectory optimization, among other subjects.
Steve Nerem, Associate Professor, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research, University of Colorado, Boulder.
The papers in this text are arranged in sections corresponding to their organization at the conference and include the following sections: international/national space programs; international students conference; astrodynamics, guidance, and control; satellite communications, tracking, telemetry, and command; satellite remote sensing, meteorology, and small satellite systems/constellations; human space flight, space station, and Pacific space ports and lunar research and exploration; materials and structures; space transportation and propulsion; microgravity sciences, including space debris environment and life sciences; and moon, Mars, and robotic exploration.
Writing for designers and analysts of space missions, systems engineers, and graduate students with a good background in astrodynamics, Chao summarizes in technical and mathematical detail the perturbation theories and station-keeping algorithms for various types of mission orbits and constellations.