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Workshop: Precision SSA

The second workshop of the GNOSIS programme took place on 9th July 2020, hosted virtually by the University of Warwick. The workshop, entitled “Precision SSA”, featured a wide range of talks from members of the observational and modelling communities. Please see below for output material.

Welcome & Introduction (D. Pollacco, Uni. Warwick, UK)

UK SSA: Needs and resulting drivers for GNOSIS” (A. Ash, Dstl, UK)

Cataloguing space debris: challenges of data association” (L. Pirovano, Uni. Auckland, NZ)

Do Microwave Kinetic Interference Detectors (MKIDs) offer a new level of space debris identification and tracking?” (I. Hepburn, UCL, UK)

Using all-sky optical observations for automated orbit determination and prediction forsatellites in Low Earth Orbit” (T. Wijnen, Leiden Uni., NL)

Precision optical light curves of LEO and GEO objects” (P. Chote, Uni. Warwick, UK)

Satellite tracking and orbit determination: pulsed lasers and CCD cameras” (G. Appleby, NERC SGF, UK)

Slovak Space Debris Light Curve Database and its Applications” (J. Silha, Comenius Uni., SK)

Flight Dynamics, Space Debris and Precision SSA” (M. Ziebart, UCL, UK)

The impact of increasing CO 2 concentrations on the LEO space debris environment” (M. Brown, Uni. Southampton, UK)

Reconstructing 3D-shapes of near-Earth asteroids” (A. Rozek, Uni. Edinburgh, UK)

Being precise about the uncertainty associated with orbital parameters” (S. Maskell, Uni. Liverpool, UK)

“Highly non-Keplerian orbits: Dynamics and Applications” (C. McInnes, Uni. Glasgow, UK)

“Autonomous Conjunction Classification Under Imprecise Measurements” (M. Vasile, Uni. Strathclyde, UK)

Novel Capabilities Enabled by Precision SSA” (S. Eves, SJE Space Ltd, UK)

Future GNOSIS Programme