The COMPASS team is taking part in the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia. Camilla Colombo, Davide Menzio, Stefan Frey, Matteo Romano, Simeng Huang and Ioannis Gkolias are attending this year’s IAC to present their works in front of the thousands of researchers from the international community that will be in Adelaide from the 25th to the 29th of September.
Camilla Colombo is presenting two papers, “Drag and solar sail deorbiting: re-entry time versus cumulative collision probability” in the Modelling and Risk Analysis session on Tuesday 26th, and “Mission analysis for two potential asteroids threat scenarios: optimal impact strategies and technology evaluation” in the Mission Design, Operations & Optimization session on Thursday 28th.
Stefan Frey is presenting the paper “Evolution of fragmentation cloud in highly eccentric orbit and its interaction with objects in low Earth orbit” in the Modelling and Risk Analysis session on Tuesday 26th.
Ioannis Gkolias is presenting the paper “End-of-life disposal of Geosynchronous satellites” in the Mitigation and Standards session on Tuesday 26th.
Matteo Romano is presenting the paper “Verification of planetary protection requirements with symplectic methods and Monte Carlo Line Sampling” in the Orbital Dynamics session on Friday 29th.
COMPASS is also featuring two interactive presentations on Thursday 28th: “The combined Lambert-Tisserand resolution applied to the single flyby problem” by Davide Menzio, and “Comparative Assessment of Different Constellation Geometries for Space-based Applications” by Simeng Huang.