Processing of the data from onboard sensors collected during multi-year experiments on Salyut and Mir orbital stations, resulting in new information on the integral spatial density of meteoroid and technogenic bodies (MTBs), helped us to reveal certain peculiarities in the quantitative distribution of impacts of such bodies on spacecraft and to identify some of their physico-dynamic parameters. Experimental data give grounds for questioning the Poisson nature of the distribution of MTBs impacting on spacecraft.
Space Debris – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 30, 2004
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