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Defining the solution space for autonomous control of in-situ astrobiology missions (IAC-22-A7,3,13,x69116)
In-situ astrobiology missions, particularly those studying planetary bodies in the outer solar system and beyond, pose a unique challenge in terms of command, control, and communication. In addition to facing signal delays when attempting long-distance communications, many in-situ missions must also cope with long stretches of periodic signal outage during planetary nighttime during which the in-situ probe is unable to communicate with Earth-based ground control at all. Thus, relying solelydoi:10.31219/osf.io/j4r7n fatcat:jcwqb4pwebcjriv3eapwh26n7a