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Mars Exploration

a Step Forward

Edited by Giuseppe Pezzella

Univeristy of Campania “L. Vanvitelli”

Co-editor:

Antonio Viviani

University of Campania “L. Vanvitelli”

More than 50 years after the Mariner 4 flyby on 15 July 1965, Mars still represents the next frontier of space explorations. Of particular focus nowadays is crewed missions to the red planet. Over three sections, this book explores missions to Mars, in situ operations, and human-rated missions. Chapters address elements of design and possible psychological effects related to human-rated missions. The information contained herein will allow for the development of safe and efficient exploration missions to Mars.

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Mars Explorationa Step ForwardEdited by Giuseppe Pezzella

Published: September 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78933

ISBN: 978-1-83962-363-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-362-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-364-6

Copyright year: 2020

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495 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Mars Exploration - A Story Fifty Years Long

By Giuseppe Pezzella and Antonio Viviani

12

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2. Autonomous Navigation for Mars Exploration

By Haoting Liu

79

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3. Aerocapture, Aerobraking, and Entry for Robotic and Human Mars Missions

By Ye Lu

37

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4. Assessing Propulsion and Transportation Issues with Mars’ Moons

By Bryan Palaszewski

35

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5. Aerodynamics of Mars 2020 Rover Wind Sensors

By Rafael Bardera, Suthyvann Sor and Adelaida García-Magariño

86

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6. Evolution of the Scientific Instrumentation for In Situ Mars Exploration

By Andoni G. Moral Inza and Guillermo Lopez-Reyes

39

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7. Human Missions Analysis for Intelligent Missions Improvement

By Carole Tafforin

92

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8. Psychosocial Aspects of a Flight to Mars

By Radvan Bahbouh

86

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9. Astrosociology on Mars

By Jim Pass

36

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