5 edition of Orbital debris mitigation techniques found in the catalog.
Orbital debris mitigation techniques
by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared under the auspices of the AIAA Standards Program and the Technical Committee on the Legal Aspects of Aeronautics and Astronautics.|
|Contributions||American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Standards Program Orbital Debris Study Group., American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Technical Committee on the Legal Aspects of Aeronautics and Astronautics.|
|LC Classifications||TL1499 .O72 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||92003610|
The growth of orbital space debris is both a consequence of and a potential hindrance to space activities. The risks posed by space debris propagation in the most used orbital regions highlight the need to Cited by: 1. On one extreme, debris can be as small as tiny flecks of paint or bits of metal that have come off spacecraft. On the other, large debris could be an entire satellite that is no longer working. The most .
• NASA Orbital Debris Program Office (ODPO) – History and background • Orbital Debris (OD) Mitigation – Space Situation Awareness (SSA) – History of orbital debris mitigation policy and guideline File Size: KB. Orbital debris is a growing hazard to reliable space operations and the sustainability of space-based systems that increasingly support national security and economic stability for many countries. Short Cited by: 1.
The first draft of the Programme of Work for the Development of Standards for Orbital Debris Mitigation (Debris Standards Plan) was released internally to ISO TC20/SC14 in October , and included a . to the orbital debris environment. • If necessary, provide recommendations for a new policy at the national and international levels. – Follow the same path for the establishment of the U.S. Government Orbital .
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Finding: NASA’s current orbital debris programs are recognized both nationally and internationally as leaders in providing support for defining the environment and related impact hazards associated with.
Skip to Content. Get this from a library. Orbital debris mitigation techniques: technical, economic, and legal aspects: special project report.
[American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Standards Program Orbital. In this Second Report and Order, the Commission amends parts 5, 25, and 97 of its rules by adopting new rules concerning mitigation of orbital debris.
The Second Report and Order concludes that the. Understanding the orbital debris environment (including debris size ranges, compositions, and distribution by orbital altitude, eccentricity, and inclination) is necessary to assess the debris hazard to spacecraft.
Skip to Content ,,). U.S. policy on orbital debris is the product of considerable work over the years to assess the risks posed by orbital debris, and to develop methods for mitigating those risks.
Sincemitigation of orbital. Describe orbital debris mitigation policies at the agency, national, and international levels. Explain the nature of NASA’s Human Casualty Reentry Risk Assessments and Criterion. Describe the NASA.
Orbital Debris examines the methods we can use to characterize orbital debris, estimates the magnitude of the debris population, and assesses the hazard that this population poses to spacecraft. Potential 5/5(1). The April issue of Orbital Debris Quarterly News is now available.
This issue includes the articles, "Three Recent Breakup Events," "The New NASA Orbital Debris Engineering. Orbital Debris published in September The aim of this study is to prepare a new interdisciplinary work to promote the adoption and implementation of space debris mitigation measures.
Debris. Orbital Debris Mitigation at NASA • NASA was the first organization in the world to develop orbital debris mitigation policy and guidelines in the s – NASA Management Instruction (NMI) “Policy. Space debris (also known as space junk, space pollution, space waste, space trash, or space garbage) is a term for defunct human-made objects in space—principally in Earth orbit—which no longer serve a.
Description This special report is the result of a two-year effort by a large working group that conducted surveys of the industry and its customers, as well as financial supporters, to assess the current.
The aim of this paper is to support existing technolog ies geared entirely towards orbital debris mitigation and wil l serve as a follow up report and opin ion on the issue and the recent adv.
Space debris detection and mitigation: AprilOrlando, Florida. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: K.W. Yates. Assessing the effectiveness of techniques to limit orbital.
Debris mitigation guidelines — preventing the addition of new debris on orbit — have been embraced by international space users, but analysis has shown that mitigation alone will not ensure. The NASA Orbital Debris Program Office is located at the Johnson Space Center and is the lead NASA center for orbital debris research.
It is recognized world-wide for its leadership in addressing orbital. Politics and government. U.S. Government Orbital Debris Mitigation Standard Practices [open pdf - KB] "The United States Government has formally stated in this document its objectives and practices.
The Near‐Earth Orbital Debris Problem and the Challenges for Environment Remediation J.‐C. Liou, PhD NASA Orbital Debris Program Office, NASA/JSC, Houston, TXUSA The near‐Earth space Cited by: 3.
ed that the revised draft space debris mitigation guidelines be circulated at the national level to secure consent for adoption of the guidelines by the Subcommittee at its forty-fourth session, in At its File Size: KB.Orbital debris mitigation: The iridium TM way ☆.
Author links open overlay panel Robert E. Penny Jr ∗ Peter A. Swan ∗∗. Show moreCited by: 1.evolving orbital debris field and possible applications of variou s debris mitigation strategies, and can provide information to reg ulators for examin ing the policy framework go verning large.