On Neuromorphic Architectures for Efficient , Robust and Adaptable Autonomy in Life Detection and Other Deep Space Missions

@inproceedings{Tani2016OnNA,
  title={On Neuromorphic Architectures for Efficient , Robust and Adaptable Autonomy in Life Detection and Other Deep Space Missions},
  author={Jacopo Tani and Gary Ruvkun and Maria T. Zuber and Christopher E. Carr},
  year={2016}
}
Plumes from Enceladus may host high molecular weight organic materials. An orbital plume sampling mission to Enceladus would require fine orbit and attitude control to compensate for the instability of the polar orbit, if low relative velocities are required in order to preserve biomarkers of interest. On Neuromorphic Architectures for Efficient, Robust and… CONTINUE READING