Stationkeeping of halo orbits in Jupiter-Europa-Io system

Zhan Feng,Ming Xu, Kangkang Jian,Jian Li

ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH(2023)

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Europa is one of the most promising exploration targets in search for extraterrestrial life. In the observation of Europa, halo orbits are suitable locations, because they are periodic and three-dimensional, and stationary with respect to Europa. However, halo orbits are naturally unstable and thus need stationkeeping. This study addresses the stationkeeping problem of halo orbits in the JupiterEuropa system perturbated by another Galilean moon Io, in which case Io's mass and orbital rate are assumed to be unknown. A tight stationkeeping scheme is proposed while accounting for autonomous navigation. To deal with the unknown gravitational perturbation from Io, the mass and orbital rate of Io are estimated during the flight and are then used to enhance the control robustness and stability, and improve the navigation accuracy. The control saturation problem is addressed by introducing adjustable parameters into the control law. The accuracy and error distribution of estimation is evaluated through Monte Carlo simulation. (c) 2022 COSPAR. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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halo orbits,jupiter-europa-io
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