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Gao, Y, Ellery, A, Jaddou, M, Vincent, J and Eckersley, S (2007) Planetary micro-penetrator concept study with biomimetric drill and sampler design IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AEROSPACE AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, 43 (3). pp. 875-885.

Menon, C, Lan, N, Ellery, A, Zangani, D, Manning, C, Vincent, JFV, Bilhaut, L, Gao, Y, Carosio, S, Jaddou, M and Eckersley, S (2006) Bio-inspired micro-drills for future planetary exploration Proceedings of MNT for Aerospace Applications, CANEUS2006, 2006.

Gao, Y, Ellery, A, Jaddou, M, Vincent, J and Eckersley, S (2005) A novel penetration system for in situ astrobiological studies International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 2 (4). pp. 281-286.

Book Section

Gao, Y, Sweeting, M, Eckersley, S and Vincent, JFV (2009) A “micro” concept for a planetary penetrator & drill package In: Penetrometry in the solar system II. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Vienna, Austria. ISBN 3700165315

Conference or Workshop Item

Eckersley, Steve, Saunders, Chris, Lobb, Dan, Johnston, Gavin, Baud, Tim, Sweeting, Martin, Underwood, Craig, Bridges, Christopher and Chen, Runqi (2017) Future Rendezvous and Docking Missions enabled by low-cost but safety compliant Guidance Navigation and Control (GNC) architectures In: The 15th Reinventing Space Conference, 24-26 October 2017, Glasgow, Scotland, 24-26 Oct 2017, Strathclyde University Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, Scotland.

Gao, Y, Ellery, A, Jaddou, M, Vincent, J and Eckersley, S (2005) A Biologically-Inspired Penetration/Drilling/ Sampling System for in situ Astrobiological Studies In: Conference of Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, 2005-09-12 - 2005-09-14, London, UK.

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