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FEDERATED SATELLITE SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY ON SUSTAINABILITY ENHANCEMENT OF SPACE EXPLORATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES Prof. Alessandro Golkar Assistant Professor, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation, golkar@skolkovotech.ru Visiting Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Tech

@inproceedings{2013FEDERATEDSS,
  title={FEDERATED SATELLITE SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY ON SUSTAINABILITY ENHANCEMENT OF SPACE EXPLORATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES Prof. Alessandro Golkar Assistant Professor, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation, golkar@skolkovotech.ru Visiting Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Tech},
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  year={2013}
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  • Published 2013
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Manned and unmanned space exploration programs are facing times of uncertainty due to political and financial constraints – making future programmatics a challenging endeavor and eventually hindering humankind’s ability to explore space beyond Low Earth Orbit. Traditionally, exploration programs have not fully exploited all possible synergies with other space endeavors, such as with Earth Observation, Navigation, Telecommunications missions and so forth. Nevertheless, a significant potential… 

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