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The estimation models are given in terms of a scheme with the deep integration of the SNS–ARS data. Several assessments of the accuracy of the integrated navigation solutions are discussed using the model trajectory and angular motion of the UniversitetskiiTat’yana2 satellite.

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... the data from the two satellite antennas placed along the axis Ms 1 at a distance of 1 m from each other, the first component β 1 of vector β is defined only at the angular motion of the satellite, the MSD of the error of angle estimation is 1.5 grad one hour after the execution of the algorithm (Fig. 2). The low estimation accuracy is caused by the fact that β 1 is observed indirectly through β 2 and β 3 . The MSD of the estimations of the rotation angles around the second and third axes is approximately 0.1 grad. The data of only three satellites are available from the 1000th to the 1500th (Fig. ...

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... one hour after the execution of the algorithm (Fig. 2). The low estimation accuracy is caused by the fact that β 1 is observed indirectly through β 2 and β 3 . The MSD of the estimations of the rotation angles around the second and third axes is approximately 0.1 grad. The data of only three satellites are available from the 1000th to the 1500th (Fig. ...