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"Satellite Platforms And Payloads, Space Mission"@en .
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"Fundamentals of space missions"@en .
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"7.5" .
"Why Space?, Exploring Space, Space Mission Analysis, Space Environment, Orbital Mechanics, Mission and Operation Design, Communication Link Analysis, Launch Vehicles, The Business of Space" .
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"Hybrid"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Fundamentals of satellite systems and subsystems"@en .
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"7.5" .
"Payload and Spacecraft Design, On-Board Data Systems, Attitude and Orbit Control Systems, Communication Systems, Propulsion Systems, Thermal and Electrical Power Systems, Mechanics of Materials" .
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"Hybrid"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Satellite communications"@en .
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"7.5" .
"On-Board Signal Processing, Signal Propagation, RF Modelling and Design Tools, RF Measurement, Characterization and Calibration Techniques, RF Devices" .
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"Hybrid"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Management Issues of space systems and missions"@en .
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"7.5" .
"Missions and Operations Design, Launch Vehicles, Project Management, PA/QA, Space Market, Space Policy and Law" .
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"Hybrid"@en .
"FALSE" .
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"Space missions and operations design"@en .
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"7.5" .
"Not provided" .
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"Hybrid"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Science and exploration missions"@en .
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"3" .
"Introduction to completed and planned space missions:\r\nExamples are (i) Gravity Probe A for testing the gravitational redshift, (ii) Gravity Probe \r\nB for testing the gravitomagnetic Schiff effect, (iii) Cassini for Saturn exploration and \r\ntesting the gravitational time delay, (iv) Pioneer for planetary exploration and testing \r\nthe gravitational field in the Solar system, (v) MICROSCOPE for testing the \r\nEquivalence Principle, (vi) LISA for searching for gravitational waves and the \r\ntechnology mission LISA pathfinder, (vii) GRACE and GRACE-FO for satellite based \r\ngeodesy, (viii) ACES on the ISS for testing relativity and establishing space-based\r\nmetrology, (ix) further missions testing Special and General Relativity using quantum \r\noptics, (x) asteroid and comet missions HAYABUSA and Rosetta. For each mission the \r\nrequirements on the payload technology, the spacecraft technology, and on the \r\nmission scenario will be derived.\n\nOutcome:\nParticipants are able to discuss science cases for space and exploration missions, \r\nmeasurement schemes and payload as well as technology requirements on payload \r\nand mission." .
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"Presential"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Mission design"@en .
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"1.5" .
"Availabe: General Module (Space Flight Theory) Description\n•Trajectory computation and space flight analysis\n•Basic principles for designing and analysing a space mission\n\nOutcome: General Module (Space Flight Theory) Outcomes\nStudents have knowledge/responsibilities in:\n•Space mission analysis and design (tools)\n•Orbital and attitude dynamics\n•Modeling approaches of space environment\n•Satellite system modeling (thermal, sensors, actuators)\n•Definitions and technical terms of space applications and optimization\n•Mathematical models and problem statements relating to space applications\n•Using mathematical software\n•Numerical solution of mathematical problems" .
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"Presential"@en .
"TRUE" .
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"Mission analysis"@en .
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"3" .
"Availabe: General Module (Space Flight Theory) Description\n•Trajectory computation and space flight analysis\r\n•Basic principles for designing and analysing a space mission\r\n\nOutcome: General Module (Space Flight Theory) Outcomes\nStudents have knowledge/responsibilities in:\r\n•Space mission analysis and design (tools)\r\n•Orbital and attitude dynamics\r\n•Modeling approaches of space environment\n•Satellite system modeling (thermal, sensors, actuators)\r\n•Definitions and technical terms of space applications and optimization\r\n•Mathematical models and problem statements relating to space applications\r\n•Using mathematical software\r\n•Numerical solution of mathematical problems" .
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"Presential"@en .
"TRUE" .