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*2Landing Site Selection

30th International
Stabilization Strategy of Delta-V Assisted Periodic General
Symposium on 2015-s-07-
Orbits around Asteroids Based on an Augmented Chairperson
Space Technology d
Monodromy Matrix Award
2015.7
and Science (ISTS)
30th International
Nonholonomic Behaviour of Biased-Momentum
Symposium on 2015-s-06- JSASS President
Asymmetric Spacecraft in Sun-Tracking Motion Using
Space Technology d Award
Solar Radiation Pressure
2015.7
and Science (ISTS)
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Outstanding Paper
Mars Impact Probability Analysis for the Hayabusa-2
Ref.5.01 2016.4.28 Award for Young
NEO Sample Return Mission
Scientists
41st COSPAR

IEEE Robotics and


Automation Society
Simultaneous Estimation of Shape and Motion of an
2015.5.27 RAS Japan Chapter
Asteroid for Automatic Navigation
Young Award

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