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SpaceOps 2006 Conference
The attitude data delivered by a satellite are three-dimensional. This characteristic makes it difficult for the operation engineers to immediately interpret them. As a matter of fact, operations of low-Earth orbiting satellite usually impose to plot these attitude data in order to analyze different situations such as a sun-pointing phase, a slew maneuver during a data-take or a dump over a ground station. Finally one tries to get a three-dimensional image of the situation from manydoi:10.2514/6.2006-5633 fatcat:vkubu27gxfgutjqs2tkgrmzrea