Ecosystem For Near-Earth Space Control
by Launchspace Staff Writers
Bethesda, MD (SPX) Feb 20, 2018
In just two months, at the 34th Space Symposium, the space community will hear about a possible game-changing discovery that may create a new paradigm for near-Earth space control. On April 18th, in the International Center, South at the Broadmoor Hotel, Dr. Marshall Kaplan, Co-Founder and CTO of Launchspace Technologies Corporation will present his patented concept entitled, "Inclination Zero - Opportunities Unlimited." Here is a brief abstract of the presentation.
The discovery of a cost-effective and viable approach to the removal of dangerous low-earth-orbiting (LEO) debris has led to several new and related concepts for significantly and permanently improving and protecting the near-Earth space environment, enhancing space situational awareness capabilities, protecting commercial and government constellations and increasing the resiliency of space-based national security assets.
This is a fundamental introduction to what may become a new and future space program paradigm. The proposed methods and systems are novel because they are based on a fresh look at the challenge of wholesale removal of the most threatening near-Earth orbiting debris objects.
Most previously suggested solutions have required the use of extremely expensive and complex space systems in order to accomplish the removal of single debris objects.
Loss of access to space is clearly unacceptable. The innovative solution offered by LTC may permanently resolve this issue. Furthermore, the evolution of the proposed debris removal system will offer additional opportunities in support of desired commercial and government applications. Don't miss this event.
SSL studies new space architectures for the USAF Space Enterprise Vision
Palo Alto CA (SPX) Feb 06, 2018
SSL has announced it is leveraging its heritage in developing advanced space architectures and systems to assist the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (USAF) with exploring new enterprise-level solutions to enable resilient space defense capabilities. The study is expected to accelerate crucial technologies for future missions as identified within the U.S. Air Force Space Enterprise Vision (SEV), and further distinguish SSL as a trusted partner to U.S. government agencies. The ... read more
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