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.
Publications and Presentations
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.