Feasibility study for near-earth-object tracking by a piggybacked micro-satellite with penetrators

@article{Weiss2010FeasibilitySF,
  title={Feasibility study for near-earth-object tracking by a piggybacked micro-satellite with penetrators},
  author={Peter S. Weiss and W. Leung and K. L. Yung},
  journal={Planetary and Space Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={913-919}
}
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Autonomous Attitude Determination and Control for Planetary Penetrator Missions
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