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Correlation of spacecraft anomalies to the debris environment
Author(s): Darren S. McKnight; William Riley; I. Shukry; A. Shukry
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Paper Abstract

The development of debris environment analysis tools and correlation of space weather with satellite anomalies have progressed nearly independently during the space age. This paper proposes how these two fields may be merged to provide greater insights into the operation of satellites in the dynamic space environment. The combination of these two applications will provide a venue to corroborate the impact of debris on spacecraft while identifying the cause of previously 'unknown' anomalies. A conceptual approach as how this may be accomplished is presented using events to highlight the efficacy of this effort.

Paper Details

Date Published: 31 October 1996
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 2813, Characteristics and Consequences of Orbital Debris and Natural Space Impactors, (31 October 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.256062
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Darren S. McKnight, Logicon R&D Associates (United States)
William Riley, Logicon R&D Associates (United States)
I. Shukry, Space Flight Data Applications (Netherlands)
A. Shukry, Space Flight Data Applications (Netherlands)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2813:
Characteristics and Consequences of Orbital Debris and Natural Space Impactors
Timothy D. Maclay; Firooz A. Allahdadi, Editor(s)

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