Space Systems Students Introduced to Celestial Navigation, New Horizons
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Coralie Jackman, Lead Optical Navigation Engineer at KinetX Aerospace, offers a guest lecture on celestial navigation and the New Horizons mission to Pluto to NPS students, staff and faculty in Spanagel Hall, May 18. Jackman has been a member of the New Horizons Navigation Team since 2011, supporting optical navigation development, analysis, planning and operations, and is currently leading optical navigation efforts on the OSIRISREx mission to the asteroid Bennu.
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