Journal of the Astronautical Sciences

(The TQCC of Journal of the Astronautical Sciences is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Fuel-Efficient Powered Descent Guidance on Large Planetary Bodies via Theory of Functional Connections31
Trajectory Design for the ESA LISA Mission25
Lunar Crater Identification in Digital Images23
Trajectory Options for Hera’s Milani CubeSat Around (65803) Didymos20
A Deep Learning Approach to Hazard Detection for Autonomous Lunar Landing16
Deep-Space Optical Navigation for M-ARGO Mission16
Optimal Beacons Selection for Deep-Space Optical Navigation14
Reinforcement Learning for Uncooperative Space Objects Smart Imaging Path-Planning11
Autonomous Precision Control of Satellite Formation Flight under Unknown Time-Varying Model and Environmental Uncertainties11
Effect of Perturbations in Coriolis and Centrifugal Forces on Libration Points in the Restricted Six-Body Problem10
Optimal Multi-Target Overflight Using Ground-Track Adjustment9
Radiometric Autonomous Navigation Fused with Optical for Deep Space Exploration9
Autonomous Optimal Trajectory Planning for Orbital Rendezvous, Satellite Inspection, and Final Approach Based on Convex Optimization9
An Iterative Convex Programming Method for Rocket Landing Trajectory Optimization8
Autonomous Low-Thrust Control of Long-Distance Satellite Clusters Using Artificial Potential Function8
An Adaptive Analytic Continuation Method for Computing the Perturbed Two-Body Problem State Transition Matrix8
Sensor Configuration Trade Study for Navigation in Near Rectilinear Halo Orbits8
Optical Characterization of DebriSat Fragments in Support of Orbital Debris Environmental Models8
On the Motion of Small Satellite near the Planet in ER3BP7
Deorbiter CubeSat System Engineering7
Closed Loop Guidance During Close Range Rendezvous in a Three Body Problem7
Observation and Maneuver Detection for Cislunar Vehicles7