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Terminal Sliding Mode Control for Spacecraft Formation Flying

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This paper considers the problem of relative motion control for spacecraft formation flying (SFF). Using terminal sliding mode technique, a relative position/velocity tracking control based on the nonlinear model is developed. The presented controller enables rapid formation reconfiguration with feasible fuel cost and strong robustness in the presence of uncertain but bounded disturbances. A nonlinear model with J2 disturbance and bounded uncertainties is used for dynamic simulation.

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IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 3 )