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RECONFIGURABLE SATELLITE CONSTELLATIONS FOR GEO-SPATIALLY ADAPTIVE EARTH OBSERVATION MISSIONS
Reconfigurability can benefit a wide spectrum of Earth-observation missions where the location of targets is unknown or uncertain a priori, including atmospheric research, disaster monitoring, and reconnaissance. The concept of a reconfigurable constellation (ReCon) is introduced by incorporating reconfigurability into static satellite constellations. The ReCon framework consists of two operational modes,global observation mode (GOM) and regional observation mode (ROM). GOM has a non-repeatingdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12234656 fatcat:3tnm4rh3ufcolakawuced2hmru