|Title:||Space traffic management|
|Material Type:||ISU Team Project reports|
|Publisher:||Illkirch-Graffenstaden (1 rue Jean Dominique Cassini, 67400, France) : International Space University, 2007|
|Size:||viii, 82 p. / ill. / 30 cm|
|Bibliography note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
Space is no longer the vast emptiness that is was at the birth of the space age in 1957. Orbits are becoming congested as a result of an increase in the number of objects in space - both operational satellites and, most significantly, orbital space debris. Moreover, currently, it is not technologically feasible to remove debris from orbit.
This report focuses on space traffic rules which would reduce the probability of debricausing collisions and thus enable space activity to continue to increase more efficiently for all actors. The report uses the IAA Cosmic Study on Space Traffic Management as a starting point, and tackles several of its key recommendations.
|Host country :||Beijing, China|
|ISU program :||Space Studies Program|
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|011092||TP SPA 2007||Brochure||ISU Central Campus library||Reference section||Available|
|011093||TP SPA 2007||Brochure||ISU Central Campus library||Reference section||Available|
|011094||TP SPA 2007||Brochure||ISU Central Campus library||Reference section||Available|
|012160||TP SPA 2007||Report||ISU Central Campus library||Reference section||Available|
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