Norm

ISO 16127:2014 en

Space systems - Prevention of break-up of unmanned spacecraft

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 9
Commissie Lucht- en ruimtevaart
Gepubliceerd op 15-02-2014
Taal Engels
This International Standard defines the requirements to reduce the risk of in-orbit break-up of unmanned spacecraft, both during and after their operational lives. The aim would be met by reducing the possibility of a break-up caused by an unplanned internally caused event and by depleting to a safe level all the sources of stored energy at the end of a spacecraft?s life. This International Standard is designed for use in planning, verifying, and implementing the prevention of break-up of a spacecraft. This International Standard applies only to unmanned spacecraft operating in Earth orbit. It does not apply to manned space vehicles or launch vehicle orbital stages. Additionally, it does not cover nuclear power sources within spacecraft. This International Standard is not applicable to fragmentation as a result of external particle impacts (which includes fragmentations triggered by external particle impact but powered by internal energy sources).

Details

ICS-code 49.140
Nederlandse titel Space systems - Prevention of break-up of unmanned spacecraft
Engelse titel Space systems - Prevention of break-up of unmanned spacecraft
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