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Close Approaches of Debris to LARES Satellite During Its First Four Years of Operation / Close Approaches of Debris to LARES Satellite During Its First Four Years of Operation
Парис Клаудио

Ph.D. in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Research Fellow, Museo Storico della Fisica e Centro Studi e Ricerche Enrico Fermi, Member of the LARES Team of Sapienza University

00184, Италия, г. Rome, ул. Via Panisperna, 89/а

Paris Claudio

00184, Italiya, g. Rome, ul. Via Panisperna, 89/a

claudio.paris2017@yahoo.com
Синдони Джампьеро

PhD in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale, Sapienza University of Rome, Member of the LARES Team of Sapienza University

00138, Италия, г. Rome, ул. Via Salaria, 851

Sindoni Giampiero

giampiero.sindoni@uniroma1.it
Ди Сабато Томмазо

Doctor of Law, Deputy Director of Human Resources, University of Salento

73100, Италия, г. Lecce, ул. Viale Gallipoli, 49

Di Sabato Tommaso

tommaso.disabato@unisalento.it

Аннотация. Статья посвящена исследованию условий для обеспечения безопасного функционирования спутников на орбите Земли. На примере четырехлетнего функционирования геодезического спутника LARES (LAser RElativity Satellite) Итальянского космического агентства критически рассмотрены достижения и проблемы в области защиты от космического мусора. Особое внимание уделено анализу принципов международного права, связанных с предупреждением образования космического мусора на околоземных орбитах и защитой от него (Договор о космосе, Конвенция о международной ответственности за ущерб, причиненный космическими объектами). Указано, что главные направления международного сотрудничества в этой области направлены на мониторинг, выявление, каталогизацию мусора и обмен этой информации с международным сообществом. Спутник LARES предназначен для высокоточных измерений параметров своей круговой орбиты на основе системы наземных лазерных станций и не имеет собственной двигательной установки, позволяющей уклоняться от столкновений с комическими объектами. Его научная миссия - изучение эффектов общей теории относительности и решение задач спутниковой геодезии. Для решения поставленных задач использовались общенаучные методы и приемы исследования – анализ, синтез, обобщение, сравнительно-правовые подходы. Анализ опасных сближений спутника LARES с космическими объектами в процессе его функционирования позволил обнаружить две специфические зоны распределения каталогизированного мусора, а также выявил потенциально коллизионный характер существующих правил и процедур ответственности за ущерб от возможного столкновения спутника LARES с различными космическими объектами (действующие спутники, спутники, выведенные из эксплуатации, космический мусор). На основе действующих положений международного космического права предложено четыре возможных сценария определения юридической ответственности собственников таких космических объектов.
Ключевые слова: Космический мусор, Космическое право, Спутниковая лазерная телеметрия, Общая теория относительности, Спутник ЛАРЕС, Пассивный спутник, Анализ рисков, Договор о космосе, Конвенция об ответственности, Европейское космическое агентство
DOI: 10.7256/2453-8817.2017.4.24976
Дата направления в редакцию: 12-12-2017

Дата рецензирования: 12-12-2017



Abstract. Since its launch in February 2012, the LAser RElativity Satellite (LARES) of the Italian Space Agency experienced four close approaches with space debris. LARES orbits at an altitude of 1450 km, in a region where the density of space debris has a peak. However, the probability of an impact with a debris during the operational life of the satellite was reasonably low. The analysis of the close approaches identified three of the objects, that are from two peculiar population of objects. This paper discusses the problem of space debris in low orbit, the approaches occurred with LARES, and some possible scenarios related to space regulations and space law in case of an impact.

Keywords: Space Debris, Space Law, Satellite Laser Ranging, General Relativity Theory, LARES Satellite, Passive Satellite, Risk Analysis, Outer Space Treaty, Liability Convention, Europe Space Agency

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