As of Tudatpy version 0.7, a number of modifications have been made to how Tudatpy deals with vehicle orientations, in particular in the context of thrust and aerodynamic guidance. These changes are, in part, not backwards compatible. The examples below dealing with thrust and aerodynamics are not yet up-to-date. This will be corrected by mid-October.
There are several example applications disseminated in various forms.
Here examples written as Jupyter notebooks can be run online, without the need of installing tudatpy and/or an IDE.
The same examples are available on Github, both as Jupyter notebooks and regular .py files.
Alternatively, you can go through the examples directly from this website.
If you have never used PyGMO before, please consider reading our introductory guide: Optimization with PyGMO.