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绳子 addresses the issues of space debris and space traffic management by developing tools and techniques that will analyze potential collision scenarios, study reentry breakups of upper stages and spacecraft and model debris objects in space. These efforts are critical given the predicted population growth in launch efforts and LEO satellite constellations.

The 绳子 Reentry Database documents objects and payloads that have reentered earth’s atmosphere since 2000. Explore the reentry database here and review our website to learn more.

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空间碎片 and Space Traffic Management

Decades of space travel have resulted in a large amount of space debris that can be harmful to today’s satellites. vnsc威尼斯城网页 is addressing the issue of space debris and space traffic management by developing tools for analyzing potential collisions, studying reentry breakups, and modeling debris objects in space.
Spacecraft Reentry Basics

Spacecraft Reentry Basics

Some believe there’s no such thing as an “unlucky person”—only bad decisions. Tell that to Lottie Williams, the only person in the world to be hit by falling space junk—through no fault of her own. Lottie had probably wondered: Why am I the only person in the world to get hit by space junk?
ATV06 Reentry -- ESA-NASA

What Does a Reentry Look Like

The similarities between meteors and human-made reentries can be significant and often lead to confusion. vnsc威尼斯城网页's 绳子 has created a quick guide to help you determine whether you saw a meteor or the reentry of a human-made object.


A piece of space debris the size of a blueberry can create the impact of a falling anvil. Here's everything else you need to know about space debris.

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