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ISO FDIS 16126

2013 Edition, December 3, 2013

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SPACE SYSTEMS - ASSESSMENT OF SURVIVABILITY OF UNMANNED SPACECRAFT AGAINST SPACE DEBRIS AND METEOROID IMPACTS TO ENSURE SUCCESSFUL POST-MISSION DISPOSAL



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Superseded By: ISO 16126

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NOW A PUBLISHED STD * SEE ISO 16126
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This International Standard defines requirements and a procedure for assessing the survivability of an unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure the survival of critical components required to perform post-mission disposal. This International Standard also describes two impact risk analysis procedures that can be used to satisfy the requirements. The procedures are consistent with those defined in References [1] and [2].

This International Standard is part of a set of International Standards that collectively aim to reduce the growth of space debris by ensuring that spacecraft are designed, operated, and disposed of in a manner that prevents them from generating debris throughout their orbital lifetime. All of the primary debris mitigation requirements are contained in a top-level International Standard.[3] The remaining International Standards, of which this is one, provide methods and processes to enable compliance with the primary requirements
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