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George Purcell, Da Kuang, Stephen Lichten, Sien-Chong Wu, and Larry Young, "Autonomous Formation Flyer (AFF) Sensor Technology Development," Paper 98-062 at 21st Annual AAS Guidance and Control Conference, Breckenridge, Colorado, February 4-8, 1998.

G. Purcell, D. Kuang, S. Lichten, S.-C. Wu, and L. Young, "Autonomous Formation Flyer (AFF) Sensor Technology Development," The Telecommunications and Mission Operations Progress Report 42-134, ed. Joseph H. Yuen, April-June 1998, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, August 15, 1998.

M. Sue, G. Purcell, M. Ciminera, M. Gudim, T. Peng, "Frequency Selection for Formation Flying of StarLight, a Deep Space (Category B) Mission," Space Frequency Coordination Group SFCG-21, 9-18 September, 2001, Cayenne, French Guyana.

M.Gudim, G. Purcell, J. Tien, L Young, M. Ciminera, L. Amaro, Y. Chong, "Autonomous Formation Flyer (AFF) Sensor for the StarLight Mission," International Symposium, Formation Flying Missions and Technologies, Toulouse, France, October 2002.

Jeffrey Y. Tien, George H. Purcell, Luis R. Amaro, Lawrence E. Young, MiMi Aung, Jeffrey M. Srinivasan, Eric D. Archer, Andrew M Vozoff, and Yong Chong, "Technology Validation of the Autonomous Formation Flying Sensor for Precision Formation Flying," 1-129, IEEE Aerospace Conference Big Sky, Montana, March 8-15, 2003.

George H. Purcell, Jeffrey Y. Tien, Lawrence E. Young, and Jeffrey M. Srinivasan "Formation Acquisition Sensor for the Terrestrial Planet Finder Mission", IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Montana, March 6-13, 2004.


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