The Semantic Asteroids
A large semantic database containing globally optimal trajectories to Near Earth Asteroids. If you have questions you may find your answer in this FAQ pages or contact us at email@example.com.
All the trajectories here are obtained using meta-heuristic global optimisers searching in the launch window 2013-2020. As such the numbers provided may still be further improved. The chemical propulsion trajectory model used includes the possibility of performing one deep space manouvre per trajectory leg. The database is best viewed (and much faster) with Safari and Firefox web browsers.
The Semantic Asteroids: credits
Here is a list of the people involved in the semantic asteroids project. The whole Advanced Concepts Team has to be acknowledged for creating the right environment where this idea could grow and flourish.
Dario Izzo (trajectory models and web implementation)
Tamas Vinko (optimisation and data processing)
Marco del Rey Zapatero (automation and data processing)
Thanks also to:
Andres Galvez Ian Carnelli Diego Olmos Escorial