Space Agency Spotlight on ISG Lunar Activities

The Australian Space Agency recently spotlighted ISG for developing a range of novel analytics models and software for Uncertainly Quantification in tracking, trajectory design and simulation of cis-lunar and lunar missions. The aim has been to improve detection of anomalies in tracking data during a lunar mission. Prior to launch these methods are used to increase the accuracy of trajectory design and navigation – given uncertainties in initial orbit insertion and manoeuvre dispersions. ISG applied these methods to the Beresheet lunar landing mission in 2019 and will be applying them to future lunar and cis-lunar missions.

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