Space Debris: Models and Risk Analysis

Space Debris: Models and Risk Analysis

2006 | 438 Pages | ISBN: 354025448X | PDF | 15.1 MB

The future evolution of the debris environment will be forecast on the basis of traffic models and possible hazard mitigation practices. The text shows how large trackable objects will have re-entry pinpointed and predictions made on related risk assessment for possible ground impact. Models will also be described for meteoroids which are also a prevailing risk.


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