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SPACE DEBRIS AROUND G®AIA (E)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  13/05/16) 1.3 Mission Scenario The above described method can be thought as composed of different phases. Actually these are the complete mission scenario phases: a) Launch: The platform in charge of targeting and deorbiting the debris has … Continue reading

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SPACE DEBRIS AROUND G®AIA (D)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 24/06/15) 1.2 Foam-Based MethodThe problem of the active debris removal of space debris has to be approached facing with the  enormous quantity of debris and with their various nature in terms of size, shape and kind (e.g.upper … Continue reading

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SPACE DEBRIS AROUND G®AIA (C)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 16/10/14) Active Removal of Space Debris Expanding foam application for active  debris removal ABSTRACTControlling the amount of space debris is widely recognized as an important task to maintaining a  sustainable space access for the decades to come. … Continue reading

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SPACE DEBRIS AROUND G®AIA (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 16/01/14) C)Space Debris Elimination (SpaDE) Daniel GregoryRaytheon BBN Technologies › Phase I Final Report (PDF)The amount of debris in low Earth orbit (LEO) has increased rapidly over the last twenty years. This prevalence of debris increases the … Continue reading

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SPACE DEBRIS AROUND G®AIA (A)

A)SAILING SATELLITES INTO SAFE RETIREMENT When satellites reach the end of their working lives, they may pose a threat to other spacecraft as they continue to orbit in a dormant state for many decades. But now a new way to … Continue reading

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