Applied Aviation Sciences
This report describes the results of a study sponsored by the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) to investigate the feasibility of identifying, robotically capturing, and returning an entire Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA) to the vicinity of the Earth by the middle of the next decade. The KISS study was performed by people from Ames Research Center, Glenn Research Center, Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Johnson Space Center, Langley Research Center, the California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard University, the Naval Postgraduate School, University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at Santa Cruz, University of Southern California, Arkyd Astronautics, Inc., The Planetary Society, the B612 Foundation, and the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition.
Keck Institute for Space Studies
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Brophy, J., Culick, F., Friedman, L., Llanos, P., & al., e. (2012). Asteroid Retrieval Feasibility Study. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/893
Prepared for the Keck Institute for Space Studies, California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Dr. Llanos was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this report was published.