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The primary objective of the Benchmarking re-entry prediction uncertainties study is to fully exploit the informa- tion content of the GOCE observations and telemetry collected during its reentry phase for better understand- ing re-entry predictions in general and for GOCE...
Contractor: TU DELFT / Contract Number: 4000115171 / Start Year: 2015
The ISOTROP project was a response to the ESA ITT "Impact of Spaceborne Observations on Tropospheric Composition Analysis and Forecast", AO/1- 6845/11/NL/AF. The general aim is to assess the benefit of the LEO+GEO satellite system for the understanding of local to regional...
Contractor: KNMI / Contract Number: 4000105743 / Start Year: 2012
This Pilot Study aimed at improving the information on the state of the Indonesian marine environment that is gained by combining satellite data, maps of particularly vulnerable coastal areas and model simulations.  
Contractor: UNIV HAMBURG / Contract Number: 4000114612 / Start Year: 2015
The radiation environment in space has severely adverse effects on humans, electronics and materials. The most challenging part of the environment for our understanding of the effects are the highly charged highly energetic (HZE) particles. This study looks at the possibilities...
Contractor: FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT / Contract Number: 4000110709 / Start Year: 2014
Propulsion passivation is most of the time feasible for running missions, using thrusters and existing AOCS modes, whatever the number of tanks and for both monopropellant and bipropellant systems.   For monopropellant systems the propulsion...
Contractor: Airbus Defence & Space / Contract Number: 4000113038 / Start Year: 2014
The Lunar Dust Analysis Package or L-DAP comprises a number of instruments intended to measure the microscopic properties of lunar dust including: The size distribution of the lunar dust The structure of the dust grains ...
Contractor: SEA Ltd / Contract Number: 4000103149 / Start Year: 2012
The INSPIRE project is dedicated to the study of physical processes and their effects in ionosphere which could be determined as earthquake precursors together with detailed description of the methodology of ionospheric pre- seismic anomalies definition.  
Contractor: Univ of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn / Contract Number: 4000111456 / Start Year: 2014
The objective of the project was to define, design and validate data mining algorithms that enable advanced or autonomous medical monitoring and diagnostics for astronauts, exploiting standard medical data available from health and sanitary structures. S.A.T.E....
Contractor: SATE / Contract Number: 4000113793 / Start Year: 2015
The main goals of the GARCA project are: (1) To develop a tool capable to simulate GNSS-R data products for various instrument implementations using state-of-the-art techniques, including GEROS phase-A candidates, up to Level-1 observables and Level-2...
Contractor: German Research Center for Geosciences / Contract Number: 4000111952 / Start Year: 2014
Funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) through its General Studies Programme (GSP) ( www.esa.int/gsp ), this activity aimed to provide more insights on the possible space applications of micro- and nanoencapsulation (MNE) techniques and technologies. NASA performed some...
Contractor: Creathes / Contract Number: 4000115456 / Start Year: 2015
Previous research has already demonstrated that graphene field effect transistors can be operated at incredibly high bandwidths, demonstrating 25+GHz with a theoretical limit of up to 500GHz for visible photodetection. Ultrafast photodetection has also been demonstrated on the 10s of femtosecond...
Contractor: UNIV LEICESTER / Contract Number: 4000113558 / Start Year: 2015
In the first demonstrations, the detection of photons with graphene was based on the pn-junction generated by the graphene-metal contact. There the active detector area is a narrow line with length determined by the contact edge and as the absorption of photons incident to a...
Contractor: VTT AUTOMATION / Contract Number: 4000113557 / Start Year: 2015
ENSEM investigates potential use of energetic neutral atoms (ENA) for space weather monitoring. ENAs are produced everywhere in the solar system due to the interaction between space plasma and ambient particles (neutrals and other plasma populations). Due to the neutrality,...
Contractor: SWEDISH INST SPACE PHYSICS - IRFU / Contract Number: 4000113060 / Start Year: 2014
The output of the activity should show the necessary engineering changes to an existing CubeSat deployer to meet AIM mission and system requirements and prepare an appropriate interface definition for accommodation on the AIM spacecraft including among others: ...
Contractor: Innovative Solutions in Space (ISIS) B.V. / Contract Number: 15/M63 / Start Year: 2016
The Asteroid Impact Mission (AIM) is part of the Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment (AIDA). The intention of AIDA is to send two spacecraft, AIM and Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART ) to the binary asteroid 65803 Didymos, to investigate the kinetic effects of...
Contractor: TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK / Contract Number: 4000117690 / Start Year: 2016
Global plans for exploratory missions aim at extending the distances travelled by humans well beyond low Earth orbit and establishing permanent bases on the surface of Moon and Mars [1]. This will inevitably lead to increasing mission duration, radiation intensity, gravity...
Contractor: CSEM SA / Contract Number: 4000113764 / Start Year: 2015
In this report, we describe the advisory study for both the Asteroid Impact Monitoring (AIM) as a stand-alone European mission and for AIM with its second component, the US Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission under study at NASA by the John Hopkins University...
Contractor: Observatoire de la Côte d`Azur / Contract Number: 4000113831 / Start Year: 2015
The increase of space debris means that active space debris removal becomes relevant. An active debris removal mission has a positive effect (or risk reduction) for all satellites in the same orbital band. This leads to a dilemma: each agency has an incentive to delay its...
Contractor: Univ. of Liverpool / Contract Number: 4000113919 / Start Year: 2015
Space debris mitigation requirements specific to propulsion systems are scrutinized and compliance of OHB reference propulsion architectures is assessed. The risk of generating debris due to a failure in a propulsion system is assessed with a focus on the specific risk of a...
Contractor: OHB / Contract Number: 4000113039 / Start Year: 2014
The study was motivated by the need to get a better, quantitative, understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of SAR and multispectral image data, taking into account the spatial and temporal at which such data are generally available and the characteristics of...
Contractor: TU DELFT / Contract Number: 4000112465 / Start Year: 2014
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