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    Title

    Post Mission Disposal and Space Debris Removal (1)

    Description

    This session will address post-mission disposal and active removal techniques “ground and space based”, review potential solutions and Identify implementation difficulties.

    Date

    2018-10-04

    Time

    09:45

    Room

    ZARM 1

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Dr. Fabrizio Piergentili, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy;

    • Co-Chair: Mr. Laurent Francillout, CNES, France;

    • Rapporteur: Prof. Fabio Santoni, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    09:45

    Removedebris preliminary mission results

    18

    confirmed

    Prof.Dr. Guglielmo Aglietti

    Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey

    United Kingdom

    2

    10:03

    InflateSail De-Orbit Flight Demonstration Results and Follow-On Drag-Sail Applications

    18

    confirmed

    Prof. Craig Underwood

    Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey

    United Kingdom

    3

    10:21

    The ADEO Passive De-Orbit Subsystem: Reference Mission Selection and Preliminary Design of Proto Flight Model

    18

    confirmed

    Dr. Thomas Sinn

    HPS GmbH

    Germany

    4

    10:39

    Hardware and GNC Solutions for Controlled Spacecraft Re-Entry using Aerodynamic Drag

    18

    confirmed

    Mr. Sanny Omar

    University of Florida

    United States

    5

    10:57

    Modelling and Combined Control of a Satellite with a Robot Arm for Active Debris Removal

    18

    confirmed

    Dr. Matthias Reiner

    DLR (German Aerospace Center)

    Germany

    6

    11:15

    The semi-controlled re-entry: development of a simulator and feasibility study

    18

    confirmed

    Mr. Brice Dellandrea

    Thales Alenia Space France

    France

    7

    11:33

    Inertia estimation of tumbling space debris via tentative contacts before capturing

    18

    confirmed

    Mr. Chuan Ma

    National Key Laboratory of Aerospace Flight Dynamic, Northwestern Polytechnical University

    China

    8

    11:51

    Safe operations in proximity of space debris: relative motion design and pose estimation

    18

    confirmed

    Dr. Roberto Opromolla

    University of Naples "Federico II"

    Italy

    9

    12:09

    Challenges of Developing a Solid Rocket Motor for Direct Deorbitation

    18

    confirmed

    Mr. Pawel Nowakowski

    Institute of Aviation

    Poland

    10

    12:27

    Data analysis of the MEDUSA device in vacuum chamber and atmospheric environments.

    18

    confirmed

    Mr. Louis Wei-yu Feng

    University of Cape Town

    South Africa

    Assisted Natural Re-entry: from concept to technical challenges

    Mrs. Claire FREMEAUX

    Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

    France

    Surrey Space Centre Deorbiting Sails: Lessons learnt and new developments

    confirmed

    Dr. Ben Taylor

    Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey

    United Kingdom