Computational methods for reentry trajectories and risk assessment

@inproceedings{Anselmo2005ComputationalMF,
  title={Computational methods for reentry trajectories and risk assessment},
  author={Luciano Anselmo and Carmen Pardini},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The trajectory modeling of uncontrolled satellites close to reentry in the atmosphere is still a challenging activity. Tracking data may be sparse and not particularly accurate, the objects’ complicate shape and unknown attitude evolution may render difficult the aerodynamic computations and, last but not the least, the models used to predict the air density at the altitudes of interest, as a function of solar and geomagnetic activity, are affected by significant uncertainties. After a… CONTINUE READING