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ISO 16126:2014 en

Space systems - Assessment of survivability of unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure successful postmission disposal

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 19
Commissie Lucht- en ruimtevaart
Gepubliceerd op 01-04-2014
Taal Engels
ISO 16126 defines requirements and a procedure for assessing the survivability of an unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure the survival of critical components required to perform post-mission disposal. This International Standard also describes two impact risk analysis procedures that can be used to satisfy the requirements. The procedures are consistent with those defined in References and. This International Standard is part of a set of International Standards that collectively aim to reduce the growth of space debris by ensuring that spacecraft are designed, operated, and disposed of in a manner that prevents them from generating debris throughout their orbital lifetime. All of the primary debris mitigation requirements are contained in a top-level International Standard.[3] The remaining International Standards, of which this is one, provide methods and processes to enable compliance with the primary requirements.

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ICS-code 49.140
Nederlandse titel Space systems - Assessment of survivability of unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure successful postmission disposal
Engelse titel Space systems - Assessment of survivability of unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure successful postmission disposal
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