weeden - overview of orbital debris removal

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Promoting Cooperative Solutions for Space Security 1 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 Overview of Active Debris Removal Brian Weeden Technical Advisor Secure World Foundation
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Promoting Cooperative Solutions for Space Security 2 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 Overview Why is active debris removal (ADR) needed? Where does ADR fit in with other mitigation methods? What should the objective for ADR be? What are the main challenges for ADR? Technical Non-Technical
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Promoting Cooperative Solutions for Space Security 3 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 WHY ACTIVE DEBRIS REMOVAL IS NEEDED
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Promoting Cooperative Solutions for Space Security 4 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 Space sustainability Space provides many benefits to everyone on Earth Socioeconomic National security International security and stability More and more countries are using space Ten countries have the ability to launch satellites Over 60 entities now own or operate satellites The long-term sustainability of Earth orbit is in jeopardy, in part due to the growth of space debris and the increase in use of space
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Promoting Cooperative Solutions for Space Security 5 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 The next 200 years, without any action J-C Liou, NASA Orbital Debris Program Office
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6 www.SecureWorldFoundation.org Beijing Orbital Debris Mitigation Workshop , 18-19 Oct 2010 Collision avoidance (COLA) helps, but not much J-C Liou, NASA Orbital Debris Program Office
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