会議発表用資料 PMO's research progress on Space Debris

Zhang, Chen

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In recent years, Chinese aerospace industry has been greatly developed, and the amount of aerospace activities has rapidly increased to the third all over the world. Meanwhile, China also has responsibilities and obligations to contribute in global space debris work, in order to make the earth orbit resources develop reasonably and peacefully together. Space debris division of Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS, is the largest and most historical space debris research institute in China, which has been engaged in the researches of Earth orbital artificial spacecraft since the launch of the first man-made satellite, 1957. Till now, it has formed a complete research system, which covers the research areas of Earth orbital dynamics, space debris observation, space situational awareness, collision avoidance, reentry prediction, etc. At the same time, this division operates the largest civilian space situational observation network which consists of dozens of dedicated optical telescopes, such as the Optical Telescope Array, and also maintains the most complete space debris catalogue in China. Nowadays the division is cooperating openly with other agencies around the world "and participating in international affairs actively on space debris issues, to make its own contributions to human aerospace causes.
Meeting Information: The 7th Space Debris Workshop (October 18-20, 2016. Chofu Aerospace Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)(CAC)), Chofu, Tokyo, Japan
Physical characteristics: Original contains color illustrations
会議情報: 第7回スペースデブリワークショップ (2016年10月18-20日. 宇宙航空研究開発機構調布航空宇宙センター(JAXA)(CAC)), 調布市, 東京
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