Spanish Theory for Managing Satellites

The third piece of news highlighted is that a new scientific theory, which was originally published in 2017 after 35 years of research, has served to improve the governance of satellites, by providing the theoretical basis for inertial navigation. The development has been distinguished with the 2023 Aeronautical Innovation Award..

The protagonist of this theory is Gabriel Barceló, a Spanish physicist and engineer who proves the accuracy of his theory applied to the management of inertial navigation. Barceló explains that inertial navigators have been applied for many years in navigation and in the piloting of airplanes and spacecraft, but without an adequate theoretical reference. His theory represents its foundation and the theoretical justification for its proper functioning. Congratulations Gabriel Barceló!

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