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Title: Analysis of near-earth resident space objects visibility conditions from optical ground stations
Authors: Shakun, Leonid S.
Korobeinikova, E. A.
Koshkin, Nikolay I.
Kozhukhov, O.
Kozhukhov, D.
Piskun, O.
Strakhova, Svitlana I.
Кошкін, Микола Іванович
Кошкин, Николай Иванович
Citation: 6-th Gamow International Conference in Odessa "New trends in astrophysics, cosmology and hep after Gamow" and 19-th Gamow Summer School "Astronomy and beyond: astrophysics, cosmology, radioastronomy and astrobiology" (Ukraine, Odessa, Chernomorka, August 11-18, 2019)
Issue Date: 2019
Keywords: near-earth resident
objects visibility
optical ground stations
Abstract: The continuous monitoring of space object positions in near-Earth space is necessary for tasks of: -the collision prevention of an active satellite with other satellites or space debris objects; -the cleaning Near-Earth space from inactive satellites and space debris; -the planning of new satellite launches.
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