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KIAM Preprint  40, Moscow, 2008
Authors: Akhmetshin R. Z., Efimov G. B., Eneev T.M.
Trajectories of spacecraft missions with low thrust for delivering ground samples from Main Belt asteroids and Phobos
Trajectories of spacecraft with electro-rocket engine for missions to the Main Belt asteroids Vesta, Fortuna and Mars satellite Phobos are investigated. The goal of missions delivering of ground samples to the Earth. For Phobos mission analysis of trajectories is done for a big range of start/finish dates. The payload mass delivered to Phobos is estimated. The difference in payload mass for two models of low thrust: with variable (i.e. ideal) and constant jet velocity is considered. The usage of ideal model for calculation and analysis of trajectories is proved.
interplanetary flight, low thrust, Phobos, asteroid, ground sample
Publication language: russian,  pages: 23
Research direction:
Theoretical and applied problems of mechanics
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About authors:
  • Akhmetshin Rauf Zulfarovich,  KIAM RAS
  • Efimov Georgy Borisovich,  KIAM RAS
  • Eneev T. M.,  KIAM RAS