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Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system

Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Costs.,
  • Orbital maneuvers.,
  • Payloads.,
  • Reentry vehicles.,
  • Risk.,
  • Safety.,
  • Space debris.,
  • Space shuttles.,
  • Spacecraft.,
  • Shielding.,
  • Tracking (Position)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-197211.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15403033M

    The Space Station is Getting a New Gadget to Detect Space Debris Since the s, NASA and other space agencies have been sending more and more stuff into orbit. Astrodynamics, dynamical systems, combinatorial optimization, grid computing & distributed/parallel processing, numerical methods, simulation & modeling, spacecraft trajectory design/optimization, rendezvous & proximity operations, interplanetary trajectory/mission design, near-Earth asteroid accessibility for human and robotic missions, deflection of hazardous asteroids and comets. A model of the manmade orbital debris environment is required by spacecraft designers, mission planners, and others in order to understand and mitigate the effects of the environment on their spacecraft or systems. A manmade environment is dynamic, and can be altered significantly by intent (e.g., the Chinese anti-satellite weapon test of January ) or accident (e.g., the collision of.   Orbital debris mitigation policy has become outdated, and corporations that have an interest in space commerce have historically underused it. This paper studies the policy aspect of orbital debris mitigation, focusing on debris originating from spent rocket stages and telecommunications satelliAuthor: Brendan R. Rogillio.

    This was the first published book completely devoted to Orbital Space Debris. "Orbital Debris: A Technical Assessment", (US) National Research Council, published by National Academy Press, Washington DC, , ISBN or ISBN This book can be accessed at National Academies Press. JOURNALS. Space Debris.


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Get this from a library. Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system. [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. whole range of orbital debris; there is a group of objects, from approximately 1 to 10 cm in diameter to which even well protected spacecraft remain vulnerable.

Therefore, the objective of this project is the design of a conceptual space vehicle to act as a shield to other larger and higher. Orbital debris [microform]: a technical assessment / Committee on Space Debris, Aeronautics and Space E Orbital debris research at NASA Johnson Space Center, [microform] / edited by Robert C.

Reynol Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system [microform]. The US Department of Defense maintains a worldwide network of sensors which catalogs and tracks man-made orbital debris – Although some cataloged debris is as small as 5 cm diameter, the nominal size of debris in the catalog is 10 cm in low earth orbit and 1 m at geosynchronous altitudesFile Size: 3MB.

advancing research on orbital debris to protect users of the orbital environment. By including a figurative interpretation of a rocket body and satellite collision in low Earth orbit, our logo portrays the importance ODPO assigns to controlling the growth of the orbital debris population.

In. the orbital debris events. Another is to depict how human space activities have become increasingly complex, costly, and international in the past 4 decades. And at the same time, they have become increasingly vital to human civilization and increasingly vulnerable to the.

Dodges Debris. Figure 1. Orbital decay of debris which caused the ISS collision avoidance maneuver. Debris Apogee Debris Perigee.

A lti t ud e (km) Orbital regime of International Space Station. Time. continued on page 2. Orbital debris (duh BREE) is "junk" that is circling Earth. It is pieces from spacecraft. Humans have been launching objects into space for more than 50 years.

Most of those objects have fallen back to Earth. A piece of debris falls back to Earth about once a day. These objects either land or burn up in the atmosphere. Most objects that return. Orbital transport. Orbital transport is intended to transport cargo and personnel from orbiting ships to ground.

Small orbital transports have length of 80 meters and can carry passengers or kg of cargo. Medium orbital transports have length of meters, and can carry passengers or kg of cargo.

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 Model ," and "Composite Material Char Rate and Strength Retention Study at University of Texas at Austin," among other pieces.

Space debris (also known as space junk, space pollution, space waste, space trash, or Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system book garbage) is a term for defunct human-made objects in space—principally in Earth orbit—which no longer serve a useful function.

This can include nonfunctional spacecraft, abandoned launch vehicle stages, mission-related debris and fragmentation debris. Examples of space debris include derelict. AIAA SPACE Conference & Exposition.

30 August - 02 September Anaheim, California A Conceptual Design Phase Risk Assessment Methodology for Space-based System of Systems. From the Pied Piper Infrared Reconnaissance Subsystem to the Missile Defense Alarm System: Space-Based Early Warning Research and Development, As shown in Chapter 4, orbital debris poses a potential hazard to spacecraft in Earth gh a few measures to reduce the creation of new debris already have been taken, and it appears likely that more will follow, these efforts generally aim at averting Conceptual design of an orbital debris defense system book increases in—rather than actually reducing—the future debris population.

THE ORBITAL DEBRIS HAZARD FACT OR FICTION DR. DARREN MCKNIGHT • Orbital debris is a growing hazard that needs to Defense Advanced Research Programs Agency (DARPA). • Regular (at least annual) NASA/DoD OD Working Group meetings cover a File Size: 1MB. As the orbital debris environment deteriorates, the threat to spacecraft is becoming increasingly significant.

Additionally, current protection techniques leave them vulnerable to objects between 1 and 10 cm. The objective for this project was to design a “defender” space vehicle capable of shielding spacecraft from objects in this range of : Daniel Thomson.

the future debris population. Many of these models are loosely based on population "birth and death" models, which assign the debris population to a number of "bins," each characterizing the number of particles of a given mass range within a given altitude range.

Space architecture, in its simplest definition, is the theory and practice of designing and building inhabited environments in outer space.

The architectural approach to spacecraft design addresses the total built environment. It is mainly based on the field of engineering (especially aerospace engineering), but also involves diverse disciplines such as physiology, psychology, and sociology.

• Conceptual Design – generate ideas, compare using trade studies, models, proof-of-concept prototypes, down select to focus on a meritorious concept in the next step.

• Product Design, Fabrication and Test – complete all detailed drawings, make or purchase parts and. 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 methods to protect spacecraft are explored. The report also takes a close look at the projected future growth in the debris population and 5/5(1).

An Imaging System for Satellite Hypervelocity Impact Debris Characterization. 49 Matthew Moraguez, University of Florida Iteratively Reweighted Deconvolution through Subspace Projection.

50 James Nagy, Emory University. 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 debris issues.

The NASA Orbital Debris Program Office has taken the international lead in conducting measurements of the environment and in developing the technical consensus for adopting. Dayal Vinay "Conceptual Design of Pressurized Shelters on the Lunar Surface." Journal of Aerospace Engineering Online publication date: January Taylor Lawrence A.

Taylor Dong-Hwa S. "Considerations for Return to the Moon and Lunar Base Site Selection Workshops." Journal of Aerospace Engineering Online publication date: April 1 A Concept For Elimination Of Small Orbital Debris.

By Gurudas GANGULI1), Christopher CRABTREE1), Leonid RUDAKOV2), and Scott CHAPPIE3). 1)CodePlasma Physics Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC 2)Icarus Research Inc., P.O. BoxBethesda, MD 3)CodeNaval Center For Space Technology Naval Research Cited by: 2. Over the past 25 years, the mass of man-made objects from upper-stage breakups has grown to the point that it now dictates the design environment for future low-Earth-orbit operations.

The hazards presented by a vast range of particle sizes, from virtual dust to the largest known orbital debris fragments, have not been fully quantified, but the Author: Joseph P. Loftus. Human Spaceflight: Mission Analysis and Design Uni Gottingen A Edited by Wiley J.

Larson United States Air Force Academy Linda K. Pranke LK Editorial Services This book is published as part of the Space Technology Series, a cooperative activity of the United States Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and. and types of orbital debris as well as quantification of the level of risk posed by it.

Part III catalogs some of the many technical, legal, political, and economic consequences of orbital debris. Part IV presents the technical and legal regimes that are currently being used to combat the problem of orbital Size: KB. The Center for Space Policy and Strategy Hosts Briefing on Orbital Debris by Dianna Ramirez Septem The Center for Space Policy and Strategy (CSPS) hosted a briefing and panel discussion with embassy representatives from Australia, Japan, and the United Kingdom at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill on Thursday, Sept.

File Size: 1MB. ASQ Presentation –November L3 Proprietary 6 Objective • Foreign Object Debris (FOD) control is more than just an airplane concern • The products manufactured in the Aerospace and Defense industry are critical to the defense of the nation and the survivability of our.

U.S. Government Orbital Debris Mitigation Policy and Standard Practices • NASA was the first organization to develop orbital debris mitigation policy and guidelines in the s • NASA and the Department of Defense (DOD) led the effort to establish the U.S.

Government Orbital Debris Mitigation Standard Practices (approved in ). National Aeronautics and Space Administration 2 Orbital Debris Types • Intact objects, > 1 m – Old rocket bodies – Spacecraft – “Operational” debris –shrouds, mounts, lens caps, etc • Fragmentation debris, 1 mm –1 m – Deliberate or accidental explosions from on-board energy sources • Unvented rocket fuel.

A conceptual design of the separated orbit cyclotron (SOC) for the proton energy of MeV based on the use of superferric magnets (dipoles and quadrupoles) is presented. Superconducting RF. Keywords: Space debris, collision avoidance, conjunction analysis, Kessler syndrome, active debris removal, laser 1.

Introduction The threat of catastrophic or debilitating collisions be-tween active spacecraft and orbital debris is gaining in-creased attention as prescient predictions of population evolution are con Size: 1MB. What's New in Orbital Debris. Presented by: Scott Hull, Code & Ivonne Rodriguez, Code J - pm Building 8 Auditorium (GSFC) Abstract: While the world continues to debate the best way to remove orbital debris objects, most of our efforts are still focused on how to prevent debris generation in the first place.

A conceptual design for a Orbital Debris Defense System (ODDS) is presented which considers a wide range of debris sizes, orbits and velocities. Two vehicles were designed to collect and remove. “Of all people, it’s the ‘space warmongers’ doing the most to try to sustain the (space) environment,” one DoD official said.

“DoD is a customer like any other, with a future need for. Get this from a library. Human spaceflight: mission analysis and design.

[Wiley J Larson; Linda K Pranke;] -- This book is intended as a textbook for either introductory graduate or advanced undergraduate courses, or as a reference for those already working on the design of human space systems.

It provides. It may also be feasible to design a rating system for ex ante rebates based on the extent of observed shielding materials and debris containment measures incorporated in spacecraft and rockets.

This paper seeks to model and quantify the magnitude of space debris externalities and the optimal corrective economic system for addressing by: 7. The evolution of orbital debris measurements.

Measurements of the orbital debris environment during the past 40 years have evolved from the simplistic chore of tracking with terrestrial sensors a few launch vehicle upper stages into a world-wide effort to characterize the Earth's space object population with sizes ranging from tens of meters to by: 6.

Orbiting Debris: A Space Environmental Problem 17 This orbital band53 contains a fast-growing spacecraft population, the re-sult, primarily, of its economic and po-litical importance for communications satellites and other commercial applica-tions.

GEO has a current population of al-most trackable objects, including. Center for Orbital Debris Education and Research (CODER), [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Aerospace Engineering Commons Kaplan, Marshall H., "An Integrated Approach to Orbital Debris Research and Management" ().

Space Traffic Management Conference. technical specifications established for design and operation of the SpaceX System. SpaceX will internally review orbit debris mitigation as part of the preliminary design review and critical design review for the spacecraft, and incorporate these objectives, as appropriate, into its operational plans.

The debris field is based on data from NASA's Orbital Debris Program Office. Image released on May 1, "You just design a spacecraft to go up and get it, attach a .A National Research Council report on NASA's orbital debris monitoring programs found that the agency needs a strategic plan to meet the threat of space junk.

Space junk is only likely to get.