Blythe Andrews


MS Air Force Inst. Tech



BS Univ. of Pittsburgh

Blythe Andrews is concluding her doctoral research, which treats methods of combining space-based observations with ground-based observations to track satellites and debris in geosynchronous orbit.  She has worked for the US Air Force since 2006.

Aerospace Engineering


Publications and Presentations

Space Dynamics Lab

B. Andrews. "Analysis of Angles-Only Hybrid Space-Based/Ground-Based Approach for Geosynchronous Orbit Catalog Maintenance."  PhD dissertation, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, USU, Logan UT, 2017.

B. Andrews. "A Colony II CubeSat Mission Modeling Tool."  MS thesis, Graduate School of Engineering & Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB OH, 2012.