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Controlling the growth of future LEO debris populations with active debris removal
Abstract Active debris removal (ADR) was suggested as a potential means to remediate the low Earth orbit (LEO) debris environment as early as the 1980s. The reasons ADR has not become practical areExpand
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A Simple Methodology for Direct Estimation of Gas-in-place and Reserves Using Rate-Time Data
Estimation of contacted gas-in-place/reserves in unconventional (low/ultra-low permeability) gas reservoirs is a problematic issue, and the uncertainty associated with the estimate is relativelyExpand
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COSPAR 2006 PEDAS 1-0011-06 Instability of the Present LEO Satellite Populations
Several studies conducted during 1991-2001 demonstrated, with some assumed launch rates, the future unintended growth potential of the Earth satellite population, resulting from random, accidentalExpand
IN-SITU DETECTIONS OF A SATELLITE BREAKUP BY THE SPADUS INSTRUMENT
For the first time, a particle detector in Earth orbit has provided evidence to directly link sub-millimeter orbital debris to a specific satellite breakup. The University of Chicago's Space DustExpand