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SANE 2022-08-18
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Trajectory Detection Method using Blind-RL for GEO Space Debris Detection
Takayuki Inaba (Inaba Radar Technology Laboratory/UEC), Takumi Taniguchi (UEC) SANE2022-42
We have proposed Trajectory Segment Integration Method for GEO space debris detection by ground based optical observatio... [more] SANE2022-42
SANE 2022-07-01
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Prediction of Reentry Trajectories of Space Debris Using Long Short-Term Memory
Akihiro Manaka, Makoto Tanaka (Tokai Univ.) SANE2022-15
In this study, debris reentry trajectory prediction was performed using NORAD No. 47782. LSTM was used for the predictio... [more] SANE2022-15
Online Online On Space debris environment due to Anti-Satellite Test of Cosmos 1408 satellite
Makoto Tanaka (Tokai Univ.) SANE2021-105
There are about 25420 pieces of space debris (more than 10 cm in diameter) in the Earth's orbit (February 2022), and the... [more] SANE2021-105
SANE 2022-01-19
Tokyo ENRI
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Realization of high-speed Autonomous visual guidance camera system using SpaceWire interface for Space Debris removal
Shunsuke Arai, Shinichi Kimura (TUS) SANE2021-92
With the increase of space debris in space, debris removal has become a necessity. Autonomous Visual Guidance for debris... [more] SANE2021-92
SANE 2021-06-25
Online Online Trajectory Segment Integration Method for GEO Space Debris Detection
Takayuki Inaba, Takumi Taniguchi (UEC) SANE2021-13
In this paper, a Trajectory Segment Integration Method for detecting space debris around GEO by optical observation is p... [more] SANE2021-13
SANE 2021-01-29
Online Online Verification System for Image-Guided Control of Space Debris Removal
Kentaro Nagai, Shinichi Kimura (TUS) SANE2020-54
The increasing trend of space debris year by year has become a major social problem. Therefore, it is necessary to devel... [more] SANE2020-54
SANE 2016-08-26
Miyagi Electronic Navigation Research Institute Iwanuma Branch (Miyagi) Collision Probability Analysis in GPS Orbits
Makoto Tanaka (Tokai Univ.) SANE2016-34
In June of 2016, there are 16667 space objects around the earth. In particular, there are 293 satellites for positioning... [more] SANE2016-34
Hiroshima Hiroshima Institute of Technology Ranging system operating with 1 um wavelength for optical communication and space debris observation
Hiroo Kunimori, Toshihiro Kubooka, Tetsuharu Fuse, Hiroyuki Endo, Mikio Fujiwara, Masahide Sasaki (NICT), Takao Aoki (Waseda U.) SANE2015-107
The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) has developed SLR ( Satellite Laser Ranging )... [more] SANE2015-107
SANE 2013-06-21
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA Application of Thin-Film Deployment Mechanism as De-orbit Device from Low Earth Orbit
Toshinori Kuwahara, Yoshihiro Tomioka, Tatsuaki Hashimoto (Tohoku Univ.) SANE2013-28
Tohoku University has been very active in small satellite development for years and has already successfully developed, ... [more] SANE2013-28
SANE 2012-01-27
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum An orbit optimization strategy for constellation system de-orbit using the genetic algorithm
Yuta Uehata, Shinichi Kimura (TUS) SANE2011-158
For sustainable space development, we should seriously consider space debris mitigation. In order that the space debris... [more] SANE2011-158
SANE 2006-11-24
Kanagawa JAXA(Sagamihara) Development of a Fast Signal Detecion and Orbit Estimation Algorithm for Space Debris Radar
Kentaro Isoda, Takuya Sakamoto, Toru Sato (Kyoto Univ.) SANE2006-104
Space debris are regarded as a space environment problem now, so that it is important to investigate their distributions... [more] SANE2006-104
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