Experiments on the Control of a Satellite Manipulator
Automation is becoming increasingly important to the exploration and utilization of space. Space-based robotic systems will provide efficient and inexpensive means to work in space. The dynamic control of space robots presents unique challenges, partly due to the robot’s lack of a fixed base.
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