Automated Attitude Sensor Calibration: Progress and Plans

@inproceedings{Sedlak2004AutomatedAS,
  title={Automated Attitude Sensor Calibration: Progress and Plans},
  author={Joseph Edward Sedlak and Joseph A. Hashmall},
  year={2004}
}
a.i. solutions, Inc., Lanham, MD 20706 USA This paper describes ongoing work at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center to improve the quality of spacecraft attitude sensor calibration and reduce costs by automating parts of the calibration process. The new calibration software can autonomously preview data quality over a given time span, select a subset of the data for processing, perform the requested calibration, and output a report. This level of automation is currently being implemented for two… CONTINUE READING

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