Session A5: GNSS Applications in Space


Date: Friday, September 24, 2021
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
In-Person presenters in this session may provide pre-recorded presentations for viewing by registered attendees.

Session Chairs

Dr. Lucilla Alfonsi
INGV, Italy

Jennifer Donaldson

Track Chair

Ernesto Etienne
Federal Aviation Administration

In-Person Presentations
These presentations will be given in-person at the conference. Presenters have the option of providing a pre-recorded presentation for on-demand viewing by virtual attendees.
1. Design of Earth Moon Halo Orbits for a Global Lunar PNT Service: J. Capolicchio, M. Eleuteri, C. Stallo, Thales Alenia Space Italia, Italy; C. Di Lauro, Ranstad M. Carosi, Adecco D. Musacchio, L. Iess, Università La Sapienza, Italy
2. Four Satellites to Navigate the Moon’s South Pole: An Orbital Study: C. Iannone, M. Eleuteri, C. Stallo, Thales Alenia Space Italia, Italy and C. Di Lauro, Ranstad M. Carosi, Adecco, Italy
3. Simulation Evaluation of Moon Transfer Orbit Navigation Using GPS Carrier Phases: Masaya Murata, Isao Kawano, and Koichi Inoue, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
4. Triple-band GNSS Receiver with E6 HAS Corrections for Precise Onboard Orbit Determination in LEO: J.M. Palomo, DEIMOS Space, Spain; C. Bastos, R. Fernandes, R. Prata, DEIMOS Engenharia, Portugal; F. Darugna, M. Bardella, M. Sciarratta, S. Casotto, Univeristy of Padua, Italy; P. Giordano, P. Zoccarato, ESA-ESTEC, Netherlands
5. GNSS-Based Dual-Constellation and Dual-Frequency Real-Time Reduced-Dynamics P2OD for LEO Satellites: Stefano Casotto, Massimo Bardella, Mauro Sciarratta, Francesco Darugna, University of Padua, Italy; Antoine Grenier, Paolo Zoccarato, and Pietro Giordano, ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands
6. Verification and Validation of Ground-Based Tracking Systems for Autonomous Multi-Satellite Navigation: John McGreevy, Jennifer King, George Davis, Emergent Space Technologies, Inc.
7. Orbit Prediction for Real-time Navigation using LSTM: Bae, Tae-Suk and Lim, Soo-Hyeon, Sejong University, South Korea
Virtual Presentations
Pre-recorded presentations will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 22.
  Autonomous and Decentralized Orbit Determination and Clock Offset Estimation of Lunar Navigation Satellites Using GPS Signals and Inter-satellite Ranging : Keidai Iiyama and Ryu Funase, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  Design Considerations of a Lunar Navigation Satellite System with Time-Transfer from Earth-GNSS : Sriramya Bhamidipati, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Tara Mina and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
  Reaching and Navigating in Geostationary Orbit with a GNSS Receiver: Challenges and In-flight Results : A. Zin, S. Zago, A. Ferrario, A. Piccolo, A. E. Colombo, L. Siniscalco, L. Marradi, Thales Alenia Space Italy; D. Martella, Thales Alenia Space UK; P. Bidart, Thales Alenia Space France
  The full Potential of an Autonomous GNSS Signal-based Navigation System for Moon Missions : Marco Mangialardo, Maria Manzano-Jurado, GMV, Spain; Joshua Critchley-Marrows, GMV NSL, UK; Pietro Giordano, Javier Ventura-Traveset, European Space Agency ESA, France

Awards Luncheon, 12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. (lunch served until 12:45 p.m., late arrivals will not be served)