Fundamentals of Astrodynamics and Applications

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 M06 30 - 958 páginas

Fundamentals of Astrodynamics and Applications is rapidly becoming the standard astrodynamics reference for those involved in the business of spaceflight. What sets this book apart is that nearly all of the theoretical mathematics is followed by discussions of practical applications implemented in tested software routines. For example, the book includes a compendium of algorithms that allow students and professionals to determine orbits with high precision using a PC. Without a doubt, when an astrodynamics problem arises in the future, it will become standard practice for engineers to keep this volume close at hand and `look it up in Vallado'.
While the first edition was an exceptionally useful and popular book throughout the community, there are a number of reasons why the second edition will be even more so. There are many reworked examples and derivations. Newly introduced topics include ground illumination calculations, Moon rise and set, and a listing of relevant Internet sites. There is an improved and expanded discussion of coordinate systems, orbit determination, and differential correction. Perhaps most important is that all of the software routines described in the book are now available for free in FORTRAN, PASCAL, and C. This makes the second edition an even more valuable text and superb reference.

 

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非常好的一本介绍天体力学基础的书,直接给出了很实用的算法,还配有相应的Matlab版程序和C版程序(不过没用过;-))就是例子中的很多计算结果需要考证

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very useful in Astronautic

Contenido

CHAPTER 1
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Ellipse
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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 7
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ΣΠ
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CHAPTER 3
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Equator
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Pod
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Earth
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CHAPTER 4
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CHAPTER 5
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New
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Figure 513 Semidiameter The semi
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CHAPTER 6
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Δυ
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ΔΩ
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Initial orbit
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Phasing orbit
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Figure 625 CoordinateSystem Geometry for Relative Motion
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Figure 633 Relative Motion of the Interceptor with a
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CHAPTER 8
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CHAPTER 9
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Apogee Start
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CHAPTER 10
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are available Doppler measurement errors are a function
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Kalman FilterLinear System
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observations from the state X Notice the use
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Prepared Prob viêncl
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CHAPTER 11
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Phorizon
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ÎN
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K
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23elumo cos Les
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Perigee
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APPENDIX A
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APPENDIX B
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APPENDIX C
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The radius of the circle r allows the
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APPENDIX D
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The numbers in brackets after each reference indicate the chapter
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