Nonlinear Attitude Control of Spacecraft with a Large Captured Object

@inproceedings{Bandyopadhyay2016NonlinearAC,
  title={Nonlinear Attitude Control of Spacecraft with a Large Captured Object},
  author={Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay and Soon-Jo Chung and Fred Y. Hadaegh},
  year={2016}
}
This paper presents an attitude control strategy and a new nonlinear tracking controller for a spacecraft carrying a large object, such as an asteroid or a boulder. If the captured object is larger or comparable in size to the spacecraft and has significant modeling uncertainties, conventional nonlinear control laws that use exact feedforward cancellation are not suitable because they exhibit a large resultant disturbance torque. The proposed nonlinear tracking control law guarantees global… CONTINUE READING

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