GMAT vs. Coperncus vs. STK

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GMAT vs. Coperncus vs. STK

Postby timmyd7777 » Fri Jan 16, 2015 5:47 am

Hi folks,

I'm going to be studying some scenarios for low-thrust trajectories (mostly) within cislunar space. I'm wondering which of the three aforementioned modelling packages (GMAT, Copernicus, or STK) might be most suitable for this purpose? What are relative strengths/weakenesses of these packages for low-thrust trajectory modelling/optimization? Advice from folks who have worked with more than one would be welcome.

Thanks in advance,

-Tim
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Re: GMAT vs. Coperncus vs. STK

Postby PureRockets » Mon Sep 12, 2016 2:16 am

Did you ever hear any more on this? I'm using GMAT currently, and also want to customize for low energy trajectories.
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