2 edition of Autonomous space processor for orbital debris found in the catalog.
Autonomous space processor for orbital debris
1992 by University of Arizona, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Dept., National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Tucson, Ariz, [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||principal investigator, Dr. Kumar Ramohalli ... [et al.].|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-195521., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-195521.|
|Contributions||Ramohalli, Kumar., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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(watch: NASA's Animation Shows Massive Space Junk Around Earth) In low-earth orbit (LEO), debris circles the Earth at speeds of about 7 to 8 km/s. However, the average impact speed of orbital debris with another space object is approximately 10 km/s and can be up to about 15 km/s, which is more than 10 times the speed of a bullet. The company Bigelow Aerospace, which manufactures inflatable modules for the ISS orbital space station, announced its intention to create its own space stations. The project partner will be the Center for the Development of Science in Space - this organization manages the US segment of the International Space Station, the ISS.
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Get this from a library. Autonomous space processor for orbital debris: summary report (). [Kumar Ramohalli; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;].
Get this from a library. Autonomous space processor for orbital debris: final report (). [Kumar Ramohalli; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Autonomous space processor for orbital debris book Space debris has become a serious problem for the safe operations of spacecraft in low Earth orbit.
Attempts such as improving trajectory predictions of. The development of an Autonomous Space Processor for Orbital Debris (ASPOD) was the goal. Autonomous space processor for orbital debris book nature of this craft, which will process, in situ, orbital debris using resources available in.
What does ASPO stand for. ASPO stands for American Society of Planning Officials. Autonomous Space Processor for Orbital Debris; free planning proceedings of the annual meeting held in volume 2 by american society of planning officials meeting. want book. The application of manipulators for capture maneuvers in unmanned service missions or active debris removal requires reliable control algorithms that take into account the floating nature of a processor-equipped Autonomous space processor for orbital debris book.
As such, the book presents the possibilities of using space processors for exploration and a variety of space operations. Space Sweeper, Edward Stiles, Gannett News Service, (‘An autonomous space processor for orbital debris’ created by Kumar Ramohalli).
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Technology Highlights 1 About the cover: A candidate design for the Mars parachute is shown innovations in the autonomous systems technologies seek to advance the science of autonomy by fusing technological advances in methodologies and orbital debris and Galactic Cosmic Rays, or GCRs, that are particularly difficult toFile Size: 8MB.
The device is called an Autonomous Space Processor for Orbital Debris (ASPOD) and Professor Ramohalli, with more then $50, in NASA grants, expects the first prototype to be ready early in At the heart of the craft are two computers — one controlling a pair of robotic handling arms and the other programmed to recognise structural.
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“The Autonomous Space Processor for Orbital Debris (ASPOD) Project and the Law of Outer Space: Preliminary Jurisprudential Observations” in International Institute of Space Law, Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space (Reston, Va: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, ) Cited by: 2.
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