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Real-Time Decision Support System for Space Missions Control

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Real-Time Decision Support System for Space Missions Control
- Space weather refers to conditions on the sun and in the solar wind, magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere that can influence the performance and reliability of space-borne and ground-based technological systems and that affect human life or health[1]. Such influence is particularly strong on spacecrafts by reducing the mission lifetime and causing long periods of instrument's unavailability. Understanding the cause-effect relation between space weather events and spacecrafts anomalies is a very important task but also a very complex one, which requires a multidisciplinary approach and is a long-term goal. Meanwhile, nowadays most mission control teams are supported by different and non-integrated systems providing telemetry and space weather information. However, they require better information availability, integrating space weather and spacecraft data, including past, current and forecasted data. This paper outlines a decision support system which in addition to the dat...
João Moura Pires, Marta Pantoquilho, Nuno V
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IKE
Authors João Moura Pires, Marta Pantoquilho, Nuno Viana
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