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Workshop on “Black Swan” Scenarios
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October 5, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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This workshop will explore the potential ramifications of a variety of disaster scenarios for space operations. So-called “Black Swan” scenarios are typically characterised as low-probably/high-impact, and hence present an overall significant risk.
We will consider the potential consequences of a Kessler Syndrome event. How would the loss of certain orbital bands affect operations, services on Earth, launches?
|13:05||Extreme Space Weather||Sandra Chapman (Warwick)|
|13:35||Magnetic Reversals||Ciaran Beggan (BGS)|
|14:05||Meteorite Storms||Stuart Eves|
|14:45||Rogue Asteroid||Massimiliano Vasile (Strathclyde)|
|15:15||Terrestrial Events||Stuart Eves|
|15:45||Rocket Bodies||Darren McKnight (LeoLabs)|
|16:15||Discussion and Summing-up||Stuart Eves|
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