Keyword Index

Keyword Index (Volume 1) average collision velocity, 59 micrometeoroids, 45, 99 Mir Space Station, 127 collision avoidance, 21 model accuracy, 1 collision probability, 127 modelling and simulation, 1 covariance, 21 cross-sectional area flux, 59 Opik’s theory, 143 orbital debris, 37, 45, 59, 87, 113, 173, 195 debris measurements, 1 orbital debris environment, 1 debris mitigation, 87, 173 orbits, 127 directional debris flux, 59 DISCOS database, 221, 235 probability of collision, 21 probability of collision with space debris, 99 ejecta, 45 electrodynamic deorbiting, 159 reflectance spectroscopy, 113 electrodynamic drag, 159 relative velocity, 59 electrodynamic tethers, 159 reorbiting, 221 resident space objects, 127 flux, 211 fragmentation, 143 satellite breakups, 173 satellite re-orbiting, 173 geostationary objects, 235 shielding, 195 geostationary ring, 173, 221 solar arrays, 45 space debris, 113, 127 hypervelocity impact, 37, 45 space debris particle flux, 127 space station, 37 IADC guidelines, 221 spaceborne tethers, 87 impact probability, 143 spacecraft, 195 impact rate computations, 87 survivability, 37 impact risk analysis, 59 technogenic body, 211 libration orbits, 221, 235 tethers, 99 long-term evolution, 173 two-line-elements, 221, 235 low Earth orbit, 1 visualization, 143 mass and size distributions, 113 meteoroids, 87, 195, 211 Weibull distribution, 99 Space Debris 1, 343, 2001. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Space Debris Springer Journals

Keyword Index

Space Debris , Volume 1 (4) – Sep 30, 2004
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Kluwer Academic Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Engineering; Automotive Engineering; Law of the Sea, Air and Outer Space; Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
ISSN
1388-3828
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1572-9664
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1017466831980
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Abstract

(Volume 1) average collision velocity, 59 micrometeoroids, 45, 99 Mir Space Station, 127 collision avoidance, 21 model accuracy, 1 collision probability, 127 modelling and simulation, 1 covariance, 21 cross-sectional area flux, 59 Opik’s theory, 143 orbital debris, 37, 45, 59, 87, 113, 173, 195 debris measurements, 1 orbital debris environment, 1 debris mitigation, 87, 173 orbits, 127 directional debris flux, 59 DISCOS database, 221, 235 probability of collision, 21 probability of collision with space debris, 99 ejecta, 45 electrodynamic deorbiting, 159 reflectance spectroscopy, 113 electrodynamic drag, 159 relative velocity, 59 electrodynamic tethers, 159 reorbiting, 221 resident space objects, 127 flux, 211 fragmentation, 143 satellite breakups, 173 satellite re-orbiting, 173 geostationary objects, 235 shielding, 195 geostationary ring, 173, 221 solar arrays, 45 space debris, 113, 127 hypervelocity impact, 37, 45 space debris particle flux, 127 space station, 37 IADC guidelines, 221 spaceborne tethers, 87 impact probability, 143 spacecraft, 195 impact rate computations, 87 survivability, 37 impact risk analysis, 59 technogenic body, 211 libration orbits, 221, 235 tethers, 99 long-term evolution, 173 two-line-elements, 221, 235 low Earth orbit, 1 visualization, 143 mass and size distributions, 113 meteoroids, 87, 195, 211 Weibull distribution, 99 Space Debris 1, 343, 2001.

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Space DebrisSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 30, 2004

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