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Volume 112 of the Science and Technology Series Space Debris and Space Traffic Management 2005, Proceedings of the International Academy of Astronautics Symposium held in conjunction with the 56th International Astronautical Congress Fukuoka, Japan, Oct. 17-21, 2005.
By space traffic brings rockets, satellite and larger objects like the International Space Station into the orbit.
b) Space Traffic Management shall mean the planning, coordination, and on-orbit synchronization of activities to enhance the safety, stability, and sustainability of operations in the space environment. c) Orbital debris, or space debris, shall mean any human-made space object orbiting Earth that no longer serves any useful purpose.
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Author: Various,Joerg Bendisch
Publisher: Univelt; Hardcover with CD-ROM edition (December 30, 2006)
Pages: 414 pages
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