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2 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 mas to its angular equivalent, which increases by several times compared with its engineering accuracy and is at the same level as the EOP values. This represents an advantage of the ∆VLBI technology. 5 km. The reason for this is that the probe’s flight is smooth and the orbit determination accuracy at the level of kilometers can meet the demands of the engineering application if only one orbit maneuver is made during the CE-1 transfer orbit, as against three that were originally scheduled.
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Wei (2006) researched the design of a Chinese SVLBI system and some computation simulation and showed that SVLBI has great potential for application in geodesy. Its advantage is that it provides an effective method to overcome the problems posed by the orbit determination strategy of CE-1 using ground-based ΔVLBI geometric observations. Therefore, it is not hard to imagine that there will be a deep space probe with SVLBI antenna in the near future and that the application of SVLBI for orbit determination will further improve the estimated accuracy of unknown parameters.