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KIAM Preprint № 190, Moscow, 2018
Authors: Baranov A.A., Grishko D.A., Ryltsova E.A., Garanin O.D., Rzaev A.F.
Flights between space debris objects in the vicinity of the geostationary orbit
The paper regards the problem of finding the optimal sequence of transfers between large-size space debris objects aimed at their de-orbiting from the vicinity of geostationary orbit (GEO). A flight from one object to another is carried out by a special space vehicle (SV)-collector. It is supposed that an SV approaches a debris object, captures it using a robotic arm and installs a detachable unit on its surface. Using its own propulsion system this unit ensures the object's de-orbiting to the disposal orbit which is situated above GEO region.
geostationary orbit, large-size space debris, space vehicle-collector, thruster de-orbiting kit, disposal orbit, GEO safety zone, inclination evolution portrait
Publication language: russian,  pages: 27
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