Satellite Constellation Launch , Deployment , Replacement and End-of-life Strategies

@inproceedings{Cornara1999SatelliteCL,
  title={Satellite Constellation Launch , Deployment , Replacement and End-of-life Strategies},
  author={S. Cornara and Theresa W. Beech and Miguel Bell{\'o}-Mora and Antonio Martinez de Aragon},
  year={1999}
}
  • S. Cornara, Theresa W. Beech, +1 author Antonio Martinez de Aragon
  • Published 1999
The considerable surge in satellite constellations has brought to the fore the imperative need for an efficient satellite constellation management plan. To address this emerging need, GMV has analyzed the possible strategies for constellation launch, set-up, replacement of failed satellites and end-of-life policy. The constellation launch and deployment has been divided into the launch site and launcher selection, the evaluation of the injection and the transfer strategies, and the set-up phase… CONTINUE READING
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