Kurs (sistem navigasi docking)

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The Progress vehicle docking to the Pirs module using the Kurs-A docking system

Kurs (Ukraina dan Rusia: Курс, Course) adalah sistem telemetri radio yang digunakan oleh program luar angkasa Soviet dan kemudian Rusia.

Kurs dikembangkan oleh Research Institute of Precision Instrumen (NII TP, Rusia: НИИ Точных Приборов) sebelum 1985 [1][2] dan diproduksi oleh Kiev Radio Factory (Ukraina: Київський Радіозавод).[3]

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  1. ^ NII TP history (in Russian)
  2. ^ "History". Research Institute of Precision Instruments (NII TP). Diakses tanggal 12 October 2008. The first automated docking of “Mir” orbital station with “Soyuz-TM-1” spacecraft was implemented on May 23, 1986 by means of the “Kurs” equipment. [..] "Kurs-ММ" docking system for short-range spacecraft has been designed for the upgraded spacecraft under the ISS program [..] “Kurs-M” radio-electronic system for “Kurs-ATV”, for monitoring of rendezvous and docking ATV- spacecraft (European Space Agency) with the ISS on range and radial velocity  Parameter |chapter= akan diabaikan (bantuan)
  3. ^ "The First Serially Produced Onboard Computer". The European Virtual Computer Museum. The History of Development of Computer Science and Technologies in Ukraine. Diakses tanggal 12 October 2008. The production association Kiev Radio Factory aimed its further development toward the production of equipment for space exploration. In 1966 it started the production of a unique onboard complex named Igla for search, mutual orientation, approach and docking of space vehicles. [..] In 1985 the Igla was succeeded by the Kurs, a more advanced and reliable system, which is working now on the Mir-Soyuz-Progress complex.