• Oleg Viktorovich Lutz Yuzhnoe State Design Office
  • Galina Alexandrovna Borshchova Yuzhnoe State Design Office
  • Evgeny Dmitrievich Yarmolchuk Yuzhnoe State Design Office
  • Alexander Alekseevich Manoilenko Oles Honchar Dnipro National University


Currently increased interest in satellite images of the Earth's surface with high resolution terrain  (1 to 10 m). To obtain such images, you must use a long focus optical system (OS) having a limited field of view that does not allow the images of the large width. To increase the effectiveness of shooting in modern space systems (SS) Earth observation provides the opportunity after shooting a segment of the Earth's surface to redirect the OS to another area and spend it shooting. With sufficient speed shift OS it is possible to survey two or more adjacent parcels, which is almost equivalent to the corresponding increase in the width of the field of view of the removing apparatus. In this connection there is the task of restoring the OS, which is solved by the use of appropriate hardware and software control the angular movement of the removing apparatus. When creating the SS there is also the need to solve the following tasks: calculation of the program angular motion in a given length of the removable sections and a predetermined number of adjacent strips to be shot, with the purpose of definition of system requirements, spacecraft (SC) control and calculation under given characteristics of the system orientation of the SC possible number of the maximum length and remove adjacent portions of the surface of the Earth. To solve these tasks the mathematical model software of angular motion of the SC. Given the necessary initial data, mathematical model and method of calculation of kinematic parameters of a software angular motion of a SC in the mode of area highway shooting adjacent sections of the Earth's surface located at a predetermined distance from a trace route SC; examples and results of numerical calculations of the programmes angular motion by moving the instrument in remote sensing.


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How to Cite
Lutz, O. V., Borshchova, G. A., Yarmolchuk, E. D., & Manoilenko, A. A. (2019). ANGULAR MOVEMENT PROGRAM CALCULATION PROCEDURE SPACECRAFT WHEN TAKING THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH IN AREA MODE. Journal of Rocket-Space Technology, 27(4), 86-100.