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Handbook of Small Satellites

Technology, Design, Manufacture, Applications, Economics and Regulation

Gebonden Engels 2020 9783030363079
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In the past decade, the field of small satellites has expanded the space industry in a powerful way. Hundreds, indeed thousands, of these innovative and highly cost-efficient satellites are now being launched from Earth to establish low-cost space systems. These smallsats are engaged in experiments and prototype testing, communications services, data relay, internet access, remote sensing, defense and security related services, and more. Some of these systems are quite small and are simple student experiments, while others in commercial constellations are employing state-of-the-art technologies to deliver fast and accurate services.
This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of this exciting new field. It covers the technology, applications and services, design and manufacture, launch arrangements, ground systems, and economic and regulatory arrangements surrounding small satellites. The diversity of approach in recent years has allowed for rapid innovation and economic breakthroughs to proceed at a pace that seems only to be speeding up. In this reference work, readers will find information pertaining to all aspects of the small satellite industry, written by a host of international experts in the field.

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ISBN13:9783030363079
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Uitgever:Springer
Verschijningsdatum:14-11-2020
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[The main headers will all be renumbered as Sections, and the subheads renumbered as Chapters.]
1. Introduction (J. Pelton)2. Technology 2.1: The Many Types of Small Satellites and Basic Technological Differences 2.1.1: Femto-Pico- Nano- and Cubesat Class SmallSats 2.1.2: SmallSats for Commercial Systems in Large Scale Constellations 2.1.3 History of Smallsat Developments from a technical and business perspective2.2: Technical Challenges 2.2.1: Overview of Technical Challenges 2.2.2 Stabilization, Pointing, Orientation and Power Systems 2.2.3: Constellation Configurations and Proximity Operations 2.2.4: Launch, Deployment and End of Life De-Orbit 2.2.5: Spectrum, Frequency Allocations, and Interference 2.2.6: Antennas and TT&C 2.2.7: Payload Systems for Remote Sensing and Monitoring 2.2.8: Thermal Control 2.2.9: Hosted Payloads 2.2.10: Ground System Design and Performance 2.2.11: Competitive Options from High Altitude Platform Systems 3. Launch Systems and Small Satellites (possibly with Courtney Stadd) (New Section recommended by Scott Madry)3.1Retrofitting of Conventional Launch Systems for Small Satellites (Joseph Pelton) (Madry New Section)3.2 New Small Scale Launchers for Small Satellite Systems (Courtney Stadd) (Madry New Section)
4. Design, Engineering, and Manufacture 4.1. Off-the Shelf Cubesat packages (1 unit to 6 units) 4.2. Safety Constraints & Testing Requirements When Using Off-the Shelf Components 4.3. High Volume Production Quality and Verification Testing 4.4: Additive Manufacturing/3D Manufacturing 4.5: Resiliency, Reliability and Sparing Approaches in SmallSat Constellations 4.6: Acquisition and Contracting Arrangements 4.7: Intellectual Property Protection and Arrangements 5. Small Satellites and Prime Applications 5.1. Experimental and Technology Demonstration Smallsats 5.1.1: Student experiments and education (J. Pelton with Scott Madry) 5.2.2: Scientific discovery and monitoring in Earth Orbit 5.2.3: Scientific discovery, experimental testing, and discovery for deep space (Peter Martinez) 5.2.4: Prototype Verification 5.2. Telecommunications and Networking 5.2.1: Mobile Satellite Communications (Iridium) 5.2.2: Fixed Satellite Services and Networking 5.2.3: Messaging and Positioning Determination 5.2.4: Aircraft, Maritime and Vehicular Safety Systems 5.2.5: Internet connectivity in Un-served and Under-served Areas of the World (GWBs)5.3. Information Relay and Data Collection and Automatic Identification Services (AIS) 5.4. Remote Sensing and Small Satellite Innovations 5.5: Small Satellites and On-Orbit Services 5.6: Frequency Monitoring Services and AIS (Spire and Hawkeye 360 et al) 5.7: Defense and Security Related Services 5.7.1: Space Situational Awareness (Charity Weeden) 5.7.2: Defense Telecommunications , Networking and Verification of Disarmament Agreements 5.7.3: Defense Technology Verification and Experimentation 5.7.4: Hosted Payload Packages and Other Innovations )6.0 Key New Uses of Smallsats to Meet Social and Economic Needs 6.1: Health and Education (Su-yin Tan) 6.2: Law Enforcement and Combatting Crime Against Humanity 6.3: Smart Farming and Forest Management 6.4: Fishing and Resource Location 6.5: Governmental and Economic Development Services 6.6: Social, Economic and Cultural Implications 6.7: Smallsats and the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (J. Pelton)6.9: Risk management, insurance and liability issues6.10: National security concerns
7.0 Economic, Legal and Regulatory Issues, Constraints and Opportunities7.1: The New Economics of Small Satellites and Smallsat Constellations 7.2: Obtaining Spectrum, Licensing of Orbit(s), and Landing Licenses and National Licensing Requirements 7.3: Additional Requirements and Issues Associated with Hosted Payloads and Joint Projects (Aram Kerkorian)7.4: De-orbit Requirements and Adoption of New End of Life Standards 7.5: Space Traffic Management and Control 7.6: Rendezvous and Proximity Operation (RPO) Standards and On-Orbit Servicing 7.7: Orbital Launch Due Diligence, Launch Regulatory Requirements, Range Safety, and UN Registration Requirements of Launching State 7.8: Orbital Debris Concerns, Long Term Sustainability of Space and Sustainability Requirements (J.
8.0 Final Conclusions and Key Pending IssuesAppendix A:Partial Listing of Small Satellite Constellations and Related System Infrastructure (See Bryce Report)Section 1: Telecommunications, Information and Data Relay SystemsSection 2: Remote Sensing SystemsSection 3: Major Experimental Satellite ProjectsSection 4: Other Systems such as for Military and Intelligence, and new applications (i.e. frequency monitoring and AIS)Appendix B: Listing of Launch Systems and New Services Available for Small Satellite Networks Part 1: Larger Vehicles Optimized for Small Satellites Part 2: Small Capacity Launchers for smallsats Part 3: Safety Review for Cubesat Missions, etc. Appendix C: Glossary of TermsAppendix D: Contributing Authors

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