Studying The Orbit Lifetimes Of Spacecrafts Around Moons: The Callisto-Jupiter System Case
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J. Cardoso dos Santos holds a PhD degree in Physics (focusing Celestial Mechanics / Astrodynamics) at the São Paulo State University (UNESP), where he also received a Master's degree in Physics and a B.Sc. degree in Mathematics (with honours). He was a visiting scholar at the University of Colorado Boulder (USA) and at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA - Japan), as well a NPoC for SGAC (Austria). Areas of expertise: Celestial Mechanics, Astrodynamics and Space History. Topics of interest: Dynamics of Natural and Artificial Celestial Bodies, Two and Three-Body Problems, Roto-Orbital Dynamics, Orbital Perturbations, Polar and Frozen Orbits, Quasi-Satellite Orbits, Perturbation Theory, Hamiltonian Systems, Intermediary Hamiltonians, Space Missions Applications.

                       

Studying The Orbit Lifetimes Of Spacecrafts Around Moons: The Callisto-Jupiter System Case

Space exploration has occupied a major impact on the changes that the modern society has experienced. The range of benefits it has brought is wide: the development of new technologies firstly pioneered in space, job creation, promotion of education and the fundamental better understanding of the universe and life. These and other issues are among the products of space activities and which are main players pushing the progress of the world. Despite the improvements we have observed in our technological...

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