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@InProceedings{SolˇrzanoSukhPrad:2006:AnTrNe,
               author = "Sol{\'o}rzano, Carlos Renato Huaura and Sukhanov, Alexander 
                         Alexandrovich and Prado, Antonio Fernando Bertachini de Almeida",
          affiliation = "National Institute for Space Research (INPE), S{\~a}o Jos{\'e} 
                         Dos Campos",
                title = "Analysis of Trajectories to Neptune Using Gravity Assists",
                 year = "2006",
                pages = "447--456",
         organization = "Advances in the Astronautical Sciences.",
                 note = "Proceedings of the University at Buffalo, State University of New 
                         York / AAS Malcolm D. Shuster Astronautics Symposium held June 
                         12-15, 2005, Grand Island, New York. (AAS 05-476)",
             keywords = "ENGENHARIA E TECNOLOGIA ESPACIAL.",
             abstract = "At the present time the search for the knowledge of our Solar 
                         System continues effective. So, in July 1st, 2004, the 
                         international Cassini-Huygens Mission spacecraft entered into 
                         orbit around the planet Saturn and at the present time (January, 
                         2005) it is sending data from the Huygens probe, which is studying 
                         Saturn's largest moon, Titan. NASAs Solar System Exploration theme 
                         listed a Neptune mission as one of its top priorities for the 
                         mid-term (2008-2013). The gravity assist is a proven technique in 
                         interplanetary exploration, as exemplified by the missions 
                         Voyager, Galileo, Cassini etc. Here a mission to Neptune for the 
                         mid-term (2008-2020) is proposed. Making the continuation of our 
                         previous work, the following schemes are analyzed: 
                         EarthJupiterNeptune, EarthVenusEarthJupiterNeptune, EarthVenus 
                         EarthJupiterSaturnNeptune. All the transfers are optimized in 
                         terms of the \∆V (characteristic velocity), in order to 
                         find a good compromise between the \∆V and time of flight 
                         to Neptune.",
                label = "6999",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "aas05476prado.pdf",
               volume = "122",
        urlaccessdate = "22 jan. 2021"
}


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