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Draper's GENIE Free-Flight Test

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Uploaded on Feb 13, 2012

Using the GENIE (Guidance Embedded Navigator Integration Environment) System, Draper Laboratory raised Masten Space Systems' Xombie suborbital rocket 50 meters to a stable hover, sent it laterally down range 50 meters, and then had it land safely during a controlled 50 meter descent. The testing, which exercised the autonomous guidance, navigation, and control technology needed to fly planetary landing trajectories, was conducted at the Mojave Air and Space Port in California.




The GENIE precision landing GN&C system was developed jointly between Draper and NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) under the Autonomous Landing Hazard Avoidance Technology (ALHAT) effort, and is being flown under contract with NASA's Flight Opportunities Program, which is managed by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.

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