Consequences of continued growth in the geo and geo disposal orbital regimes

T. Hanada, P. Krisko, P. Anz-Meador, N. Johnson

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To date more than 800 spacecraft, upper stages, and apogee kick motors are known to reside in geosynchronous and nearby orbits, including geosynchronous disposal (i.e., collection) orbits. An even larger number of debris greater than 10 cm in diameter has been detected by U.S. and European ground-based sensors. Using projections of geosynchronous deployment characteristics and disposal rates, NASA and Kyushu University models of the geosynchronous and super-geosynchronous orbital regimes have examined the sensitivity of the longterm satellite population to various scenarios. Emphasis has been placed on the rate of collisions in the geosynchronous orbit and in the higher collection orbits and on the significance of cross-regime contamination. The sensitivity of the long-term environment to low velocity (0-1 km/s) collision breakup model parameters and on the minimum height of collection orbits has also been explored. Results are presented in terms of both satellite population and spatial density.

本文言語英語
ページ(範囲)291-304
ページ数14
ジャーナルScience and Technology Series
103
出版ステータス出版済み - 10 3 2001
イベントSpace Debris Sessions of the 33th International Symposium (Space Debris 2000) - Rio de Janeiro, ブラジル
継続期間: 10 2 200010 6 2000

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Aerospace Engineering

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