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NOTE VERBALE DATED 98/08/17 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-020A 01 April 1998 97.0 97.8 656 611 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-020B 01 April 1998 96.9 97.8 645 612 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-022A 17 April 1998 89.7 39.0 285 242 Reusable space transportation systems 1998-023A 24 April 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-023B 24 April 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-023C 24 April 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-023D 24 April 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-023E 24 April 1998 100.2 52.9 1 239 297 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects *The registration data are reproduced in the form in which they were received. 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International Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objectsperiod (min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-028A 06 May 1998 1 436.2 .03 35 798 35 777 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-029A 08 May 1998 91.8 28.6 551.2 171.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-029B 08 May 1998 91.8 28.6 551.2 171.6 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-030A 13 May 1998 101.1 98.7 840 826 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-032A 17 May 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-032B 17 May 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications International Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objectsperiod (min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics 1998-032C 17 May 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-032D 17 May 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-032E 17 May 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-032F 17 May 1998 94.24 84.28 631.9 332.1 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1994-029ADL 19 May 1994 100.8 82.7 1 071 547 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1996-026B 08 May 1996 684 28.6 38 455 225 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 May 1998: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 May 1998: NONE International Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objectsperiod (min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 May 1998: 1989-089AP, 1994-029EE, 1994-029EV, 1994-029KM, 1994-029RM, 1994-029SB, 1994-029XE, 1994-029AAM, 1998-019F, 1998-022A The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 30 June 1998. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-035B 10 June 1998 111.3 26.4 1 679 891 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-035C 10 June 1998 682.2 19.3 35 225 1 456 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-037B 18 June 1998 621.9 23.0 294 219 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1994-029ADM 19 May 1994 99.7 82.4 984 506 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ADN 19 May 1994 99.5 82.1 880 589 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ADP 19 May 1994 96.6 82.0 641 551 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ADQ 19 May 1994 99.1 82.3 938 495 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 June 1998: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 June 1998: 1998-034A 02 June 1998 91.8 51.6 383 350 Reusable space transportation systems The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 June 1998: 1963-014EP, 1963-014ER, 1989-089AP, 1992-006B, 1994-029QM, 1994-029XC, 1994-029YK, 1996-062B, 1997-078B, 1997-082F The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE
语言:英语
得分: 360.62 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ST/SG/SER.E/344&Lang=E
数据资源: ods
LETTER DATED 5 NOVEMBER 1982 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF NICARAGUA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL.
Usually reliable sources involved with the planning of the maneuver, which has tentatively been given, the Miskito name of Ahuas Тага, mean- ing Big Pine, say a propaganda "smoke screen" will be ah important The Hondurans normally conduct military exercises twice a year, and a program of joint exercises with the United States known as "Falcon View" has been going on for years. (...) In the interim, the scope of the operation increased dramatically. The maneuver is expected to last about five days and consist of the simulated rescue of a large garrison See HONDURAS, A12, Col. 1 a» enemy incursion, «pressed concern e for an ft to pKrVide <**гег for eperatiohs by |nti-Saiir ,«.
语言:俄语
得分: 357.87 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...nsf/get?open&DS=S/15484&Lang=R
数据资源: ods
July 2013 – May 2016 SY-7, CX-3, SJ-15 Approx. 670 km; 98° SY-7 released an additional object that it performed maneuvers with and may have had a telerobotic arm. (...) SJ-17 demonstrated maneuverability around the GEO belt and circumnavigated Chinasat 5A. (...) April 2005 DART, MUBLCOM LEO DART did a series of autonomous maneuvers to bring it close to the MUBLCOM satellite and ended up bumping into it.
语言:英语
得分: 355.04 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...victoria-samson-eng-0-839.pptx
数据资源: un
NOTE VERBALE DATED 96/01/31 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Basic orbital characteristics International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch (min) (degrees) (km) (km) General function of space objects Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1995-034A 10 July 1995 89.56 56.06 255 245 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1995-034B 10 July 1995 89.56 55.06 255 245 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-035B 13 July 1995 1436.2 0.00 35,790 35,790 Spacecraft engaged in investigation of spaceflight techniques and technology 1995-035C 13 July 1995 632.4 26.20 35,755 301 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-035D 13 July 1995 1432.9 2.00 35,757 35,695 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-038A 31 July 1995 94.74 29.37 892.9 158 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-038B 31 July 1995 94.74 29.37 892.9 158 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic orbital characteristics International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch (min) (degrees) (km) (km) General function of space objects Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1995-038C 31 July 1995 94.74 29.37 892.9 158 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: NONE The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 July, 1995: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 July, 1995: 1995-035A 13 July 1995 90.5 28.4 318 288 Reusable space transportation systems The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 July, 1995: 1970-025PC 1989-089CH 1995-030A The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 31 August 1995. 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Basic orbital characteristics International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch (min) (degrees) (km) (km) General function of space objects The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1995-040A 03 August 1995 636.5 4.2 35,753 512 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1995-041B 05 August 1995 108.6 26.7 1,379 944 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1995-041C 05 August 1995 532.6 20.6 29,405 1,369 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: NONE The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 August, 1995: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 August, 1995: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 August, 1995: 1969-082HL The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 30 September 1995. 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Basic orbital characteristics International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch (min) (degrees) (km) (km) General function of space objects The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1995-049A 24 September 1995 647.2 7.1 36,555 261 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communica-tions The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1995-017E 3 April 1995 99.54 69.99 745 729 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 September, 1995: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 September, 1995: 1995-048A 18 September 1995 91.3 28.4 344 338 Reusable space transportation systems 1995-048B 18 September 1995 91.9 28.4 376 368 Spacecraft engaged in research and exploration of the upper atmosphere or outer space 1995-048C 18 September 1995 92.5 28.4 404 396 Spacecraft engaged in research and exploration of the upper atmosphere or outer space Basic orbital characteristics International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch (min) (degrees) (km) (km) General function of space objects The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 September, 1995: 1989-089AZ 1991-047D 1995-004D The following objects were launched since the previous report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 31 October 1995.
语言:英语
得分: 354.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ST/SG/SER.E/301&Lang=E
数据资源: ods
Leveraging auto industry investments Reusing established security, service and upper layers / ITS stacks that have been defined by the auto industry for over a decade Public automotive ecosystem support Audi, Ford, Groupe PSA, and SAIC announced their support of our first C -V2X solution; Continental and LG announced using our C -V2X solutions; testing with R&S Healthy cellular ecosystem C -V2X has key auto and telecom players, including multiple silicon vendors, creating a healthy C -V2X ecosystem Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X Qualcomm is driving C-V2X towards commercialization Supporting C-V2X Direct Communications (V2V, V2I, V2P) based on 3GPP Rel-14 4 C-V2X complements other ADAS 1 sensor technologies Provides 360° NLOS 2 sensing for higher levels of predictability and autonomy 1 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems; 2 Non-line of Sight ADAS Brain of the car to help automate the driving process by using: Sensor fusion | Machine learning Radar Ultrasonic Camera Lidar C-V2X 3D HD maps Precise positioning 55 5G NR pioneering advanced 5G NR technologies To meet an extreme variation of 5G NR requirements Based on ITU vision for IMT-2020 compared to IMT-advanced; URLLC: Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications; IAB: Integrated Access & Backhaul 10x Connection density 3x Spectrum efficiency 10x Decrease in end-to-end latency 10x Experienced throughput 100x Traffic capacity 100x Network efficiency Enhanced mobile broadbandMission-critical services Massive Internet of Things Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) Ultra Reliable Low Latency Comms (URLLC) Drone communications Private Networks Deeper coverage Grant-free UL Efficient signalingNarrow bandwidth Enhanced power save modes Massive MIMOScalable OFDM Mobile mmWave Flexible slot-based frameworkSpectrum sharing Advanced channel codingDual Connectivity 6 5G NR C-V2X Communication augments autonomous driving Real-time local updates Real-time sharing of local data with infrastructure and other vehicles (e.g. 3D HD maps) Path planning Intention and trajectory sharing for faster, yet safe maneuvers Perception Sharing of high throughput sensor data and real world model Coordinated driving Exchanging intention and sensor data for more predictable, coordinated autonomous driving 77 High throughput sensor sharing Real-time local updates High throughput and reliability to enable the exchange of raw or processed data gathered High throughput to build local, dynamic maps based on camera and sensor data; and distribute them at street intersections Intent / Trajectory sharing High throughput and URLLC to enable planned trajectory sharing Advanced use cases for autonomous driving Coordinated driving URLLC and high date rate to exchange path planning information in timely fashion 8 Intention/trajectory sharing for autonomous driving Providing higher level of predictability and traffic efficiency for advanced path planning Efficient maneuvers Autonomous vehicles are able to make quicker, yet safe maneuvers by knowing the planned movements of surrounding vehicles Coordinated driving Autonomous vehicles are able to choose time-efficient paths toward their given destinations as they know the planned movements of other vehicles Advanced path planning Supporting the level of predictability needed for advanced path planning for autonomous driving Sudden braking and lane change on a freeway 9 Intent/trajectory sharing for faster yet safe maneuvers A vehicle trying to do a left turn is demonstrated for two scenarios Scenario 2 Autonomous vehicle with 5G NR based C-V2X Enables vehicles to select faster yet safe path Scenario 1 Autonomous vehicle without C-V2X Safe, but may require significantly longer maneuver time https://sharepoint.qualcomm.com/corp/Tech- Marketing/TechMessaging/Published%20Content/5G/Cellular%20V2X/Video_MWC_5G_ CV2X_useCase2_leftTurn.mp4 https://sharepoint.qualcomm.com/corp/Tech-Marketing/TechMessaging/Published Content/5G/Cellular V2X/Video_MWC_5G_CV2X_useCase2_leftTurn.mp4 Follow us on: For more information, visit us at: www.qualcomm.com & www.qualcomm.com/blog Thank you Nothing in these materials is an offer to sell any of the components or devices referenced herein. ©2018 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies.
语言:英语
得分: 352.29 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...Documents/S5_2_Jim_Misener.pdf
数据资源: un
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.
语言:英语
得分: 336.15 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/AC.294/2022/WP.17&Lang=E
数据资源: ods
NOTE VERBALE DATED 8 JULY 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE€™S REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
However we can never overlook the maneuvers of the U.S. who runs amuck recklessly to recover from its severe defeat.
语言:法语
得分: 332.06 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/32/G/22&Lang=F
数据资源: ods
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.
语言:英语
得分: 326.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.30/2006/16&Lang=E
数据资源: ods
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.
语言:英语
得分: 324.64 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...sustainable-space-environment/
数据资源: un
LETTER DATED 2007/06/18 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
The DPRK shall remain unmoved even if dozens or hundreds of such special rapporteurs as this “rapporteur” are to be fabricated and, under whatever circumstances, strongly strike back at these relentless maneuvers. As long as the decision-making process of the 5th Session of the Human Rights Council has been turned into the one which justifies ill-minded political objectives of the United States, Japan and EU member states aimed at DPRK, the delegation of the DPRK does not feel necessary to remain in the most discriminate and most biased decision-making process where the renewal of the mandate of the “rapporteur” is to be forcibly enforced and, accordingly, declares resolutely that it shall not participate in that process.
语言:法语
得分: 321.38 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/HRC/5/G/11&Lang=F
数据资源: ods