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Numerically integrating MRPs and using heading measurements and evaluating a three-dimensional orientation. Implementing a Rate-based attitude servo control solution, and integrating an integral feedback component with a reaction-wheel-based attitude control, featuring new examples. His research interests include orbital mechanics, relative motion dynamics, attitude dynamics and control, nonlinear dynamics, charged astrodynamics, and space debris mitigation.

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