Relative guidance for autonomous rendezvous and docking is a key technology for many current and future space
missions, such as the unmanned on-orbit service. In these missions, it is normally required that the chaser spacecraft can
plan a trajectory to the target rapidly, and control the chaser's attitude to align with the docking port of the target. This
paper presents a recently developed bio-inspired virtual motion camouflage methodology to compute the optimal or near
optimal orbit and attitude trajectories for relative guidance of rendezvous and docking missions rapidly. In this
approach, the dimension of the optimization parameters and then the computational cost of the online trajectory planning
can be reduced significantly. Multiple simulations are provided to demonstrate the capabilities of the algorithm.