4132 100年後の静止軌道デブリ環境について(S77 宇宙ごみ問題とその解決策,S77 宇宙ごみ問題とその解決策) [in Japanese] 4132 Orbital Debris Population in the Geosynchronous Regime After 100 Years [in Japanese]
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This paper shows some results from future projections of orbital debris population in the geosynchronous regime using an orbital debris evolutionary model for the geosynchronous region. The results indicates that the direction of efforts to preserve the geosynchronous regime. Post-mission disposal greatly reduces population at the nominal geostationary altitude by injecting aged satellites into disposal orbits. Safe keeping procedures for all rocket bodies and spacecraft that remain in the geosynchronous regime after completion of their mission also must be applied as in low-Earth orbit.
- The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting
The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2007.5(0), 409-410, 2007
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers