9th Workshop on End of Life Satellites and Sustainable Technologies
Tue January 25 2022, 2:00 pm – Thu January 27 2022, 1:00 pm
IADC guide lines, ISO 24113 and different national laws recommend post mission disposal measures once mission is ended. It consists in disposal of spacecraft or launch vehicle orbital stage in order to minimize interferences with the protected regions and to take measures to reduce risks of accidental break-up by removing, for example, stored energy. This aims to guarantee sustainability of space activities by reducing space environment footprint.
General Admission
Free
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General Admission
Free

Event details

The objectives of this two-days workshop (2 half day and one entire) are to get an overview of the state of the art in technologies and concepts and discuss ways to address current and future challenges.
 
We invite you to presents oral presentation during one of the 2 sessions on the following topics:
         Session 1 : End of life
         Standards & Best practices
         Post Mission Disposal concepts
         End of life Operation lessons learned
         Reentry & desorbitation concepts
         Reentry Observations
         Mission extension vs end of life
         Session 2 : Sustainable Technologies
         Spacecraft reliability vs PMD Probability
         Design for Demise
         ADR Ready,
         Equipments
         Protecting spacecraft against micro-meteroid
         Spacecraft Health Monitoring
         Tools, methodology, initiatives
         Environnement footprint
The previous editions of this workshop were successful with each time more than 100 participants representing Administrations, Space Agencies, Operators and Industry companies. 
 
If you have special requirement or the volonte to present a subject please contact Pierre Omaly. 
  
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