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5 March 2018 Study the performance of star sensor influenced by space radiation damage of image sensor
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Proceedings Volume 10710, Young Scientists Forum 2017; 107100H (2018) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2317415
Event: Young Scientists Forum 2017, 2017, Shanghai, China
Abstract
Star sensor is an essential component of spacecraft attitude control system. Spatial radiation can cause star sensor performance degradation, abnormal work, attitude measurement accuracy and reliability reduction. Many studies have already been dedicated to the radiation effect on Charge-Coupled Device(CCD) image sensor, but fewer studies focus on the radiation effect of star sensor. The innovation of this paper is to study the radiation effects from the device level to the system level. The influence of the degradation of CCD image sensor radiation sensitive parameters on the performance parameters of star sensor is studied in this paper. The correlation among the radiation effect of proton, the non-uniformity noise of CCD image sensor and the performance parameter of star sensor is analyzed. This paper establishes a foundation for the study of error prediction and correction technology of star sensor on-orbit attitude measurement, and provides some theoretical basis for the design of high performance star sensor.
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Jie Feng, Yudong Li, Lin Wen, Qi Guo, and Xingyao Zhang "Study the performance of star sensor influenced by space radiation damage of image sensor", Proc. SPIE 10710, Young Scientists Forum 2017, 107100H (5 March 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2317415
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