Clean Space and Environment Modelling #1
- Jeroen van den Eynde (ESTEC)
- Stijn Lemmens (European Space Agency)
Clean Space astrodynamics tools and techniques; nature friendly techniques; safe trajectories; disposal and recycling; sustainability; disposal of spacecraft; collision warning techniques and tools; debris population models; design for demise trajectories; prediction of debris fall out; footprints analysis; collision avoidance (risk computation, avoidance strategies, delta-v budget estimation); end of life disposal; tools for long-term environment; gravity models and atmospheric models; magnetic models; solar radiation and solar wind pressure models; perturbations; tools and techniques to model perturbations; shielding analysis tools and radiation analysis tools and techniques; meteoroid and space debris terrestrial environment databases;
As French National Space Agency, CNES is in charge of monitoring safety requirements for people and property related to space operation as defined in French Space Operation Act (FSOA). To evaluate these requirements, and in particular to be able to assess the compliance with safety threshold, CNES has developed its own tools, DEBRISK and ELECTRA. DEBRISK software computes the ablation of the...
The European Union is now developing a federated SST system composed of existing sensors and operations centres in Europe through the EU SST Support Framework. Potential future architectures are also being evaluated for the development of new future sensors, including both radar and telescope sensors and both tracking and surveillance sensors. This brings the need to analyse the performances...
One of the deliverables of the ReDSHIFT H2020 project will be a software tool available to the scientific community and the public via a web-based interface. The ReDSHIFT software is thought as a tool for spacecraft operators, space agencies and research institution to design the end-of-life of any Earth-based mission and to study the interaction with the space debris environment.
In this talk...