A review of orbital debris modeling at the aerospace corporation

V. A. Chobotov, D. B. Spencer

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Abstract

This paper is an overview of the space debris modeling techniques and tools used at The Aerospace Corporation in support of the Air Force space debris efforts. A discussion of the software tools IMPACT, which does the breakup analysis, and DEBRIS, which does collision hazard assessment, is presented. Additionally, the analysis done to improve the operational characteristics of these programs is shown.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 1990
EventOrbital Debris Conference: Technical Issues and Future Directions, 1990 - Baltimore, United States
Duration: Apr 16 1990Apr 19 1990

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OtherOrbital Debris Conference: Technical Issues and Future Directions, 1990
CountryUnited States
CityBaltimore
Period4/16/904/19/90

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Space debris
Debris
Industry
Hazards
Air

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  • Engineering(all)

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Chobotov, V. A., & Spencer, D. B. (1990). A review of orbital debris modeling at the aerospace corporation. Paper presented at Orbital Debris Conference: Technical Issues and Future Directions, 1990, Baltimore, United States.
Chobotov, V. A. ; Spencer, D. B. / A review of orbital debris modeling at the aerospace corporation. Paper presented at Orbital Debris Conference: Technical Issues and Future Directions, 1990, Baltimore, United States.
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1990. Paper presented at Orbital Debris Conference: Technical Issues and Future Directions, 1990, Baltimore, United States.

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