Alena Probst, Dr.-Ing.
Alena Probst, Dr.-Ing.
Continuum Space Systems
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CASTAway: An asteroid main belt tour and survey
NE Bowles, C Snodgrass, A Gibbings, JP Sanchez, JA Arnold, ...
Advances in Space Research 62 (8), 1998-2025, 2018
Spacecraft design of a multiple asteroid orbiter with re-docking lander
A Probst, R Förstner
Advances in Space Research 62 (8), 2125-2140, 2018
Cost estimation of an asteroid mining mission using partial least squares structural equation modelling (PLS-SEM)
A Probst, C Nitzl, F Kraus, R Förstner
Acta Astronautica 167, 440-454, 2020
New Frontiers-class Uranus Orbiter: Exploring the feasibility of achieving multidisciplinary science with a mid-scale mission
I Cohen, C Beddingfield, R Chancia, G DiBraccio, M Hedman, ...
Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 53 (4), 323, 2021
KaNaRiA: Identifying the challenges for cognitive autonomous navigation and guidance for missions to small planetary bodies
A Probst, G Peytavi, D Nakath, A Schattel, C Rachuy, P Lange, J Clemens, ...
International Astronautical Congress (IAC), 2015
Mission concept selection for an asteroid mining mission
A Probst, G González Peytaví, B Eissfeller, R Foerstner
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology: An International Journal 88 …, 2016
Virtual Reality for Simulating Autonomous Deep-Space Navigation and Mining.
C Büskens, J Clemens, B Eissfeller, R Förstner, K Gadzicki, GG Peytavi, ...
ICAT-EGVE (Posters and Demos), 2014
Autonomous orbit navigation for a mission to the asteroid main belt
GG Peytaví, J Clemens, D Nakath, A Probst, R Förstner, K Schill
66th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), 2015
Mission Concept and Preliminary Spacecraft Design for Resource Mining on Main Belt Asteroids
A Probst, G González Peytaví, B Eissfeller, R Förstner
66th International Astronautical Congress 2015, 2015
Trajectory design for multiple rendezvous missions with main belt asteroids
A Probst, G Gonzalez Peytavi, R Förstner
AIAA/AAS Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, 5374, 2016
Reference Mission Scenario Selection for Main Belt Asteroid Mining Missions
A Probst, MGG Peytavi, B Eissfeller, R Förstner
Planetary and Terrestrial Mining Science Symp.(PTMSS), 10-13, 2015
Starting Position-Based Database Pruning Strategy for Asteroid Missions Departing from a Main Belt Parking Orbit
A Probst
Advances in Astronautics Science and Technology 5 (2), 141-148, 2022
Assessing the Accessibility of different Latitudes for Planetary Entry Probe Missions to Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
A Probst, L Spilker, T Spilker, DH Atkinson, O Mousis, M Hofstadter, ...
Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2020, 2020
Vertical Controlled Landing on 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko
A Probst, AM San Martín, AK Zimmer, S Broschart, R Förstner
Planetary and Space Science 192 (1. November 2020), 105020, 2020
Surface Accessibility with Vertical Controlled Landing on 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
A Probst, AM San Martín, AK Zimmer, S Broschart, R Förstner
International Planetary Probe Workshop 2019, 2019
Kanaria: Design and simulation of an asteroid mining mission based on highly autonomous navigation
A Probst, GG Peytaví, B Eissfeller, R Forstner
5th international SPACE World Conference, 2014
Sun Sailing Polar Orbiting Telescope (SunSPOT): A solar polar imaging mission design
A Probst, T Anderson, AO Farrish, CB Kjellstrand, AM Newheart, ...
Advances in Space Research 70 (2), 510-522, 2022
VIPRE: A Tool Aiding the Design for Entry Probe Missions
A Probst, L Spilker, M Hofstadter, T Spilker, DH Atkinson, L Probst, ...
The Planetary Science Journal 3 (4), 98, 2022
Atmospheric Entry Probes in the Outer Solar System: Developing a Software Tool to Assess Trajectory Options
A Probst, LJ Spilker, TR Spilker, DH Atkinson, OJ Mousis, M Hofstadter, ...
EPSC2021, 2021
VAPRE: A tool to support the design optimization of planetary entry probe missions
A Simon, O Mousis, DH Atkinson, T Spilker, M Hofstadter, L Spilker, ...
Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space …, 2021
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