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SECURITY RISKS, THREATS, AND IRRESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS UNDERMINING STABILITY IN OUTER SPACE. SUBMITTED BY THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
(c) Lack of channels of communication: Communication channels for regular coordination of spacecraft maneuvers are underdeveloped, making it difficult to clarify and address potential concerns regarding such maneuvers or to deconflict operations in space. (...) Loss of early warning functions, for instance, will most likely be considered profoundly escalatory and threatening while impaired means for assessing sudden changes in force postures or observing military maneuvers may stoke fears of preparations for conflict. (...) (d) Conducting proximity operations that impair the safe operation of another space asset, or during an orbital maneuvers of the approached satellite without prior consultation, or after the affected State has requested consultations or a cessation of the maneuver.
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Score: 1343040.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/AC.294/2022/WP.17&Lang=E
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AIDE-MEMOIRE ON PROPOSED UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION ON DESTRUCTIVE DIRECT-ASCENT ANTI-SATELLITE MISSILE TESTING. SUBMITTED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
The ability of a particular satellite to provide such services over time depends largely upon how much fuel is carried by the spacecraft to allow for maneuvers, both to keep the satellite in orbit and to avoid collision with other satellites or trackable debris. When a United Nations A/AC.294/2022/WP.21 General Assembly Distr.: General 21 September 2022 Original: English A/AC.294/2022/WP.21 2 spacecraft is assessed to have a high probability of collision related to debris, the operator may conduct a maneuver to prevent the spacecraft from impact. Such a maneuver reduces the amount of fuel available, thereby reducing the total lifetime of the satellite. (...) For example, on June 16, 2022, the International Space Station was forced to conduct an unscheduled maneuver to avoid a fragment from a satellite that had been destroyed by a direct-ascent anti-satellite missile test.
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Score: 1315406.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/AC.294/2022/WP.21&Lang=E
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CUSTOMS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF GOODS UNDER COVER OF TIR CARNETS (TIR CONVENTION, 1975) : APPLICATION OF THE CONVENTION : ISSUES RELATING TO TECHNICAL PROVISIONS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION CUSTOMS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IN SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO (CAFAO)
A: TIR-wire too long - maneuver handle not secured. Wire not even passing through the hole in the pivoting device and handle. (...) C: TIR-wire too long - maneuver handle not secured. Wire not even passing through the hole in the pivoting device and handle. (...) Base for handle D: Maneuver handle in free position – and the door can be opened.
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Score: 1303613.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.30/2006/16&Lang=E
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His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
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Score: 1298573.4 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
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His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1279392.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
Data Source: un
His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1279392.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
Data Source: un
His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1279392.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
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Presenter • Adopting rules of the road for co-orbital vehicles Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning, Secure World Foundation (Washington, DC) DAY III APRIL 12 13-15h Contextualizing space activities: what we know and don’t know about space operations and orbital maneuvers Today, many States and others possess the technology to observe activities in space, whether by radars or telescopes. (...) In some instances, even peaceful, civilian maneuvers might seem threatening. This briefing will explore what the public can tell about a space object from observation or public information, and why a lack of information can lead to heightened tension in the space environment.
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Score: 1273875.6 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...Events%20-%20Designed.docx.pdf
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His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1260769.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
Data Source: un
His company tracked the movement of the Russian Luch satellite in the geosynchronous (GEO) belt as it maneuvered close to satellites operated by other entities. He made a particular point about an abrupt maneuver made by Luch, after the United States publically disclosed the identity of a military satellite orbiting nearby. (...) A second demonstration displayed tracking data of a satellite apparently performing post-insertion testing in synchronous with its discarded booster before maneuvering to its final orbit. Mr. Hall concluded that continuous observation allowed analysts to recognize changes in object behavior when they occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1260769.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
Data Source: un