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Air Force Institute of Technology

2017  Technical  Papers.
2017  Technical Papers .
2017  Technical  Papers.
High Resolution SSA Imaging Using Carbon Fiber Telescopes Ryan Swindle, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL/RDSM), Douglas Hope, Hart Scientific Consulting International, Michael Hart, Hart Scientific Consulting International, Stuart Jefferies, Georgia State University Keywords: Image Restoration, Optical Systems, Imaging Download Paper  Evolution  in High Spatial Resolution Imaging of Faint, Complex Objects Gerard van Belle, Lowell Observatory Keywords: Optical Interferometry, Aperture Synthesis Download Paper Using Asteroids and their Moons for Closely Spaced Object Studies Jack Drummond, Leidos and Air Force Research Laboratory – Directed Energy Directorate, RDS, Odell Reynolds, Air Force Research Laboratory – Directed Energy Directorate, RDS, Miles Buckman, Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy Directorate, RDS, Mark Eickhoff, Boeing and Air Force Research Laboratory – Directed Energy Directorate, RDS, Lee Kann, Air Force Research Laboratory – Directed Energy Directorate, RDS Keywords: null Download Paper Quantum Theory of Three-Dimensional Superresolution Using Rotating-PSF Imagery Sudhakar Prasad, Department of Physics and Astronomy – University of New Mexico, Zhixian Yu, Department of Physics and Astronomy – University of New Mexico, Keywords: 3D superresolution, quantum Fisher information, Cramer-Rao bound, rotating-PSF imaging, space surveillance Download Paper High-Fidelity Imaging Using Compact Multi-Frame Blind Deconvolution Stuart Jefferies, Georgia State University, Douglas Hope, Hope Scientific Renaissance LLC, Cody Smith, Georgia State University Keywords: Blind deconvolution, high-resolution imaging, image restoration, Download Paper Imaging Through Turbulence: A Light-Field Approach Jeremy Bos, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering – Michigan Technological University Keywords: Imaging through turbulence, light-field imaging, anisoplanatism, extreme anisoplanatism, daylight imaging Downloa.
Bennet, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National  University  and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC) Limited, M.
Petkovic, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics –  Australia n National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC) Limited, B.
Sheard, Space  Environment  Research Centre (SERC) Limited and EOS Space Systems, Ben Greene, Space Environment Research Centre (SERC) Limited and EOS Space Systems Keywords: Adaptive optics, high altitude airborne platform Download Paper Determining Type I and Type II Errors when Applying Information Theoretic Change Detection Metrics for Data Association and Space Situational Awareness Matthew P.
Wilkins, Applied Defense  Solutions , Eamonn J.
Moyer, Applied Defense  Solutions , Islam I.
Hussein, Applied Defense  Solutions , Paul W.
Schumacher, Jr, Air Force Research Laboratory Keywords: Uncorrelated Observations, Optical and Radar Observations, Space Situational Awareness, Probabilistic Admissible Region, Constrained Admissible Region, Orbital Debris Download Paper Reconciling Space Object Observed and Solar Pressure Albedo-Areas Via Astrometric and Photometric Data Fusion Moriba K.
Jah, Ph.
D., The University of Texas at Austin, Vishnuu Mallik, The University of Texas at Austin Keywords: Resident Space Object, Space Object Characterization, Space Debris, SSA, GEO Download Paper Optical Initial Orbit Determination Using Polynomial Chaos Surrogate Functions Daniel P.
Lubey, The Aerospace Corporation, Hemanshu Patel, The Aerospace Corporation Keywords: Initial Orbit Determination, Polynomial Chaos Download Paper Relative Orbit Determination of Multiple Satellites Using Double Differenced Measurements Jeroen L.
Geeraert, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research – University of Colorado, Jay W.
McMahon, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research – University of Colorado Keywords: Relative Orbit Determination, Geostationary Satellites Download Paper Boundaries on Range-Range Constrained Admissible Regions for Optical Space Surveillance John A.
Gaebler, Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences – University of Colorado Boulder, Penina Axelrad, Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences – University of Colorado Boulder, Paul W.
Schumacher, Jr, Air Force Research Laboratory – Space Surveillance Systems Branch Keywords: Range-Range, Hypothesis Regions, Admissible Regions, SSA, Situational Awareness, IOD, Initial Orbit Determination Download Paper Uninformative Prior Multiple Target Tracking Using Evidential Particle Filters Johnny L.
Worthy III, Georgia Institute of Technology, Marcus J.
Holzinger, Georgia Institute of Technology, Keywords: Admissible Region, Multi-Target Tracking, Dempster-Shafer, Satellite Clusters Download Paper FBK Optical Data Association in a Multi-Hypothesis Framework with Maneuvers W.
R.
Faber, Applied Defense Solutions, Islam I.
Hussein, Applied Defense Solutions, John T.
Kent, University of Leeds, Shambo Bhattacharjee, University of Leeds, Moriba K.
Jah, University of Texas at Austin Keywords: Space Situational Awareness, Breakup, Debris, Multiple Space Object Tracking Download Paper Limits of Machine Learning Approach on Improving Orbit Prediction Accuracy using Support Vector Machine Hao Peng, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Xiaoli Bai, Rutgers, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Keywords: Space Situational Awareness, Orbit Prediction, Machine Learning Download Paper Strengthening the Bridge between Academia and Operations for Orbital Debris Risk Mitigation Mark Vincent, Raytheon Keywords: Pc with Mean elements, correlated orbital elements Download Paper Prediction Accuracy Analysis from Orbital Elements Generated for a New Space Object Catalogue James Bennett, Space Environment Research Centre Limited, Michael Lachut, Space Environment Research Centre Limited, Ben Greene, Space Environment Research Centre Limited, Steve Gehly.

SPACE Research Centre – RMIT University

David Kooymans, SPACE Research Centre – RMIT University, James Allworth, SPACE Research Centre – RMIT University, Alex Pollard, SPACE Research Centre – RMIT University, Craig Smith, SPACE Research Centre – RMIT University Keywords: Debris, orbit prediction, optical tracking, laser tracking, catalogue Download Paper Conjunction Assessment for Commercial Satellite Constellations Using Commercial Radar Data Sources Michael Nicolls, LeoLabs, Inc., Vivek Vittaldev, Planet Labs, Inc., Daniel Ceperley, LeoLabs, Inc., Joan Creus-Costa, Planet Labs, Inc., Cyrus Foster, Planet Labs, Inc., Nathan Griffith, LeoLabs, Inc., Ed Lu, LeoLabs, Inc., James Mason, Planet Labs, Inc., In-Kwan Park, LeoLabs, Inc., Chris Rosner, LeoLabs, Inc., Leon Stepan, Planet Labs, Inc.
Keywords: Conjunction assessment, cdm, orbital debris, radar Download Paper Debris Attitude Motion Measurements and Modeling – Observation vs.
Simulation T.
Lips, HTG – Hypersonic Technology Goettingen GmbH, R.
Kanzler, HTG – Hypersonic Technology Goettingen GmbH, A, Breslau, HTG – Hypersonic Technology Goettingen GmbH, P.
Kaerraeng, HTG – Hypersonic Technology Goettingen GmbH, J.
Silha.

AIUB – Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern

T.
Schildknecht, AIUB – Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern, D.
Kucharski, SERC – Space Environment Research Centre, G.
Kirchner, IWF – Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, J.
Rosebrock, FHR – Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques, D.
Cerutti-Maori, FHR – Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques, H.
Krag, ESA – European Space Agency Keywords: Space debris, attitude determination, 6-DoF simulation Download Paper Remote Acoustic Imaging of Geosynchronous Satellites Zachary Watson, College of Optical Sciences – University of Arizona and Hart Scientific Consulting International LLC, Michael Hart, Hart Scientific Consulting International LLC Keywords: Acoustic Imaging, Non-Resolved Object Characterization, Geo-satellite characterization Download Paper Space Weathering Experiments on Spacecraft Materials D.
P.
Engelhart, National Research Council – Air Force Research Laboratory, R.
Cooper, Space Vehicles Directorate – Air Force Research Laboratory, H.
Cowardin, University of Texas-El Paso-Jacobs JETS Contract, NASA Johnson Space Center, J.
Maxwell, Department of Aerospace Engineering – University of Colorado-Boulder, E.
Plis, Assurance Technology Corp., D.
Ferguson, Space Vehicles Directorate – Air Force Research Laboratory, D.
Barton, Space Vehicles Directorate – Air Force Research Laboratory, S.
Schiefer, Space Vehicles Directorate – Air Force Research Laboratory, R.
Hoffmann, Space Vehicles Directorate – Air Force Research Laboratory Keywords: Material, space weather, optical signitures Download Paper Probabilistic Analysis of Light Curves Islam I.
Hussein, Applied Defense Solutions, Thomas Kelecy, Applied Defense Solutions, Kyle Miller, Applied Defense Solutions, Matthew Wilkins, Applied Defense Solutions, Chris Roscoe, Applied Defense Solutions, Mark Bolden, Applied Defense Solutions Keywords: Space Situational Awareness, Fisher-Bingham-Kent, Data Association, Maneuver, Multiple Hypotheses, Space Object Tracking Download Paper Rapid Characterization of Geosynchronous Space Debris with 5-color Near-IR Photometry Dr.
Eric C.
Pearce.

Steward Observatory – University of Arizona

Dr.
H.
Alyson Ford, Steward Observatory – University of Arizona, Dr.
Thomas Schildknecht, Astronomical Institute – University of Bern, Dr.
Vishnu Reddy, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory – University of Arizona, Adam D.
Block, Steward Observatory – University of Arizona, Kris Rockowitz, Steward Observatory – University of Arizona Keywords: Space debris, Near-IR, SWIR, spectrophotometry, UKIRT, rapid characterization, discrimination Download Paper Development and Evaluation of New Methods for Estimating Albedo-area for Stable GEOs Tamara E.
Payne, Applied Optimization, Stephen A.
Gregory, Applied Optimization, Anthony Dentamaro, Applied Optimization, Markus Ernst, Applied Optimization, Jeffrey Hollon, Applied Optimization, Adam Kruchten, Applied Optimization, Anil B.
Chaudhary, Applied Optimization, Phan D.
Dao, AFRL/RVBY Keywords: Albedo-area, non-resolved object characterization, models, simulations Download Paper Event-based Sensing for Space Situational Awareness Gregory Cohen, The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behavior and Development – Western Sydney University, Saeed Afshar, The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behavior and Development – Western Sydney University, André van Schaik, The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behavior and Development – Western Sydney University, Andrew Wabnitz, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Travis Bessell, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Mark Rutten, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Brittany Morreale, United States Air Force Keywords: SSA, Event-based camera, Daytime operations, Silicon retinas Download Paper Image Reconstruction from Data Collected with an Imaging Interferometer Zachary J.
DeSantis, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Sam T.
Thurman, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Troy T.
Hix, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Chad E.
Ogden, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Keywords: Image Reconstruction, Imaging Interferomery Download Paper Stereo–SCIDAR System for Improvement of Adaptive Optics Space Debris-tracking Activities Elliott Thorn.

Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University

Visa Korkiakoski, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Doris Grosse, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Francis Bennet, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Francois Rigaut, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Celine d’Orgeville, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Josephine Munro, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – The Australian National University, Craig Smith, Electro Optic Systems (EOS) Keywords: SCIDAR, atmospheric turbulence, scintillation, space situational awareness Download Paper Plasma Spectroscopy CubeSat: A Demonstration of On-Orbit Electric Propulsion System Diagnostics Jennifer Hudson, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – Western Michigan University, Kristina Lemmer, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – Western Michigan University Keywords: Plasma diagnostics, electric propulsion, CubeSat Download Paper QuadCam – A Quadruple Polarimetric Camera for Space Situational Awareness Jovan Skuljan, Defence Technology Agency Keywords: Polarimetric signatures, space situational awareness Download Paper Towards Routine Uncued Surveillance of Small Objects at and near Geostationary Orbit with Small Telescopes Peter Zimmer, J.
T.
McGraw and Associates LLC, John T.
McGraw, J.
T.
McGraw and Associates LLC, Mark R.
Ackermann, J.
T.
McGraw and Associates LLC Keywords: SSA, telescope, optical, GEO, GPU, CMOS Download Paper Deep Space Wide Area Search Strategies Michael Capps, Colorado State University, 1st LtJulian McCafferty, Air Force Maui Optical & Supercomputing Site (AMOS) Keywords: SSA, autonomous, telescope, Maui, AMOS Download Paper Debris Albedo from Laser Ablation in Low and High Vacuum: Comparisons to Hypervelocity Impact Gouri Radhakrishnan, Space Materials Laboratory – The Aerospace Corporation, Paul M.
Adams, Space Materials Laboratory – The Aerospace Corporation, Diana R.
Alaan, Space Materials Laboratory – The Aerospace Corporation, Christopher J.
Panetta, Space Materials Laboratory – The Aerospace Corporation Keywords: Albedo of orbital debris, hypervelocity impact, laser ablation Download Paper A Search for Debris from Two Titan 3C Transtage Breakups at GEO with a 6.5-m Magellan Telescope Patrick Seitzer.

Department of Astronomy – University of Michigan

Ed Barker, LZ Technology, Brent Buckalew, Jacobs Jets, Andrew Burkhardt, University of Virginia, Heather Cowardin, University of Texas El Paso – Jacobs Jets, James Frith, University of Texas El Paso – Jacobs Jets, Catherine Kaleida, Space Telescope Science Institute, Susan M.
Lederer, NASA Orbital Debris Program Office (JSC) Keywords: Orbital debris, GEO, telescope Download Paper Characterizing the Survey Strategy and Initial Orbit Determination Abilities of the NASA MCAT Telescope for Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environmental Studies James Frith, University of Texas El Paso, Jacobs JETS Contract, NASA Johnson Space Center, Ed Barker, LZ Technology, Inc, Heather Cowardin, University of Texas El Paso, Jacobs JETS Contract, NASA Johnson Space Center, Brent Buckalew, Jacobs, NASA Johnson Space Center, Phillip Anz-Meador, Jacobs, NASA Johnson Space Center, Susan Lederer, NASA Johnson Space Center Keywords: Orbital Debris, GEO, orbit determination, Modeling, Survey Download Paper Precision Tracking of Decimeter Targets at GEO Distances using the Magdalena Ridge Observatory 2.4-meter Telescope William Ryan, Magdalena Ridge Observatory – New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Eileen Ryan, Magdalena Ridge Observatory – New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Keywords: Space situational awareness, GEO-satellites, cubesats Download Paper Characterizing GEO Titan IIIC Transtage Fragmentations Using Ground-based and Telescopic Measurements Heather Cowardin, University of Texas-El Paso—Jacobs JETS Contract, NASA Johnson Space Center, Phillip Anz-Meador, Jacobs, NASA Johnson Space Center, Jacqueline A.
Reyes, University of Texas-El Paso—Jacobs JETS Contract, NASA Johnson Space Center Keywords: Spectroscopy, Titan Transtage, GEO fragmentation, laboratory measurements Download Paper Exploiting Orbital Data and Observation Campaigns to Improve Space Debris Models Vitali Braun, IMS Space Consultancy at Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC, Andr´e Horstmann, Institute of Space Systems – TU Braunschweig, Benedikt Reihs, Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC, Stijn Lemmens, Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC, Klaus Merz, Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC, Holger Krag, Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC Keywords: Space debris, mitigation, DRAMA, MASTER Download Paper ESA’s SSA Programme: Activities in Space Surveillance and Tracking Tim Flohrer, ESA Space Debris Office and support to the Space Situational Awareness Programme Office, ESA/ESOC, Holger Krag, ESA Space Debris Office and support to the Space Situational Awareness Programme Office, ESA/ESOC Keywords: SSA, Space Surveillance, Download Paper AN/FSY-3 Space Fence System – Sensor Site One/Operations Center Integration Status and Sensor Site Two Planned Capability Gregory P.
Fonder, Rotary and Mission Systems – Lockheed Martin, Peter J.
Hack, Rotary and Mission Systems – Lockheed Martin, Matthew R.
Hughes, Rotary and Mission Systems – Lockheed Martin Keywords: Space Fence, SSA Download Paper Detection of Faint Companions in the Vicinity of Geostationary Satellites Henrique R.
Schmitt, Remote Sensing Division – Naval Research Laboratory, Sergio R.
Restaino, Remote Sensing Division – Naval Research Laboratory, J.
Thomas Armstrong, Remote Sensing Division – Naval Research Laboratory, Ellyn K.
Baines, Remote Sensing Division – Naval Research Laboratory Keywords: Space Situational Awareness, Geostationary satellites, Optical Interferometry, Nearby Companions Download Paper Empirical Dynamic Data Driven Detection and Tracking Using Detectionless and Traditional FiSSt Methods Shahzad Virani.

Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology

Timothy S.
Murphy, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology, Marcus J.
Holzinger, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology, Brandon A.
Jones, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics – University of Texas at Austin Keywords: SSA, Detectionless Tracking, Data-Driven, FiSSt, Multi-Bernoulli, Real-time Download Paper An Autonomous Data Reduction Pipeline for Wide Angle EO Systems Grant Privett, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, Simon George, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, William Feline, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, Andrew Ash, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, Graham Routledge, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory Keywords: Track identification, autonomous processing, catalogue maintenance Download Paper Medium and Small Aperture Speckle Interferometry for Geostationary On-Orbit-Servicing Space Surveillance Robert (Lauchie) Scott, PhD, P.
Eng, Defence R&D Canada Ottawa Keywords: On Orbit Servicing, Proximity operations, Closely spaced objects Download Paper The Ultimate Big Data Enterprise Initiative: Defining Functional Capabilities for an International Information System (IIS) for Orbital Space Data (OSD) Robert Raygan, Integrity Applications Incorporated Keywords: Orbital Space Data (OSD), International Information System (IIS), big data, space situational awareness, enterprise, agile, IT service management, space object conjunction, Download Paper The Role of Impacts and Momentum Transfer for the Evolution of Envisat’s Attitude State Thomas Schildknecht, Astronomical Institute University of Bern, Jiri Silha, Astronomical Institute University of Bern, Holger Krag, Space Debris Office – ESA/ESOC Keywords: Attitude modeling, space debris Download Paper Space Objects Maneuvering Detection and Prediction via Inverse Reinforcement Learning Richard Linares, University of Minnesota, Roberto Furfaro, University of Arizona Keywords: Maneuver detection, Reinforcement Learning, Machine Learning Download Paper Attaining Situational Understanding in the Space Domain Barry Schiff, Lockheed Martin Corporation, James Foster, Lockheed Martin Corporation, William McShane, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Kameron Simon, Lockheed Martin Corporation Keywords: Space Situational Awareness, Expert System, Data Fusion, Space Event Risk Assessment, Situational Understanding Download Paper A Cloud-based, Open-Source, Command-and-Control Software Paradigm for Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Ryan Melton, Ball Aerospace, Jason Thomas, Ball Aerospace Keywords: COSMOS, Open Source, C2, Command, Control Download Paper Evaluating Options for Civil Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Bhavya Lal, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute, Sara A.
Carioscia, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute Keywords: SSA, STM, civil SSA, commercial SSA, commercial space Download Paper An Imagineering Approach to the Future of Space Situational Awareness Rick Luce, Stellar Solutions, Inc.
Keywords: Imagineering, future, SSA, possibilities, imagine, imagination Download Paper Sensor Tasking for Detection and Custody of HAMR Objects Carolin Frueh, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics – Purdue University, Smriti Nandan Paul – School of Aeronautics and Astronautics – Purdue University, Hauke Fiedler, German Space Operations Center (GSOC) and Deutsches Zentrum f¨ur Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR, German Aerospace Center) Keywords: Sensor tasking, SSA, Space Traffic Managment, SMARTnet Download Paper Performance of Optimized Scheduled Follow-up Observations for Geosynchronous Space Objects Using Different Genetic Algorithms Andreas Hinze, DLR/GSOC, Hauke Fiedler, DLR/GSOC, Thomas Schildknecht, Astronomical Institute – University of Bern Keywords: Scheduling, genetic algorithm, space debris Download Paper Autonomous Space Object Catalogue Construction and Upkeep Using Sensor Control Theory Nicholas Moretti, Inovor Technologies, Mark Rutten, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Travis Bessell, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Brittany Morreale, United States Air Force Keywords: Catalogue construction, sensor management, Space situational awareness Download Paper Generalized Minimum-Time Follow-up Approaches Applied to Tasking Electro-Optical Sensor Tasking Timothy S.
Murphy, The Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology, Marcus J.
Holzinger, The Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering – Georgia Institute of Technology Keywords: Astrodynamics, UCT, Follow up, Telescope, Tasking Download Paper An Autonomous Sensor Tasking Approach for Large Scale Space Object Cataloging Richard Linares, University of Minnesota, Roberto Furfaro, University of Arizona Keywords: Sensor Tasking, Deep Reinforcement Learning Download Paper Characterization of Hypervelocity Impact Debris from the DebriSat Tests Paul M.
Adams, The Aerospace Corporation, Patti M.
Sheaffer, The Aerospace Corporation, Zachary Lingley, The Aerospace Corporation, Gouri Radhakrishnan, The Aerospace Corporation Keywords: Hypervelocity impact, albedo, DebriSat Download Paper A Deep Machine Learning Algorithm to Optimize the Forecast of Atmospherics Alexandria M.
Russell, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, Randall J.
Alliss, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, Billy D.
Felton, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Keywords: Machine Learning, Atmospherics, Imaging, Transmission forecasts Download Paper Testbed Experiment for SPIDER: A Photonic Integrated Circuit-based Interferometricimaging system Katherine Badham, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Alan Duncan, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Richard L.
Kendrick, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Danielle Wuchenich, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Chad Ogden, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Guy Chriqui, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Samuel T.
Thurman, Lockheed Martin Coherent Technologies, Tiehui Su, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis, Weicheng Lai, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis, Jaeyi Chun, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis, Siwei Li, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis, Guangyao Liu, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis, S.
J.
B.
Yoo, Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering – UC Davis Keywords: Interferometric imaging, photonic integrated circuits, computational imaging, space telescopes Download Paper A Space Object Detection Algorithm using Fourier Domain Likelihood Ratio Test Maj.
David Becker, Air Force Institute of Technology, Dr.
Stephen Cain, Air Force Institute of Technology Keywords: Object detection, Fourier domain, algorithm Download Paper Distinguishing Active Box-Wing and Cylindrical Geostationary Satellites Using IR Photometry with NASA’s WISE Spacecraft Chris H.
Lee, Department of Astronomy – University of Michigan (UM), Patrick Seitzer, Department of Astronomy – University of Michigan (UM), Roc M.
Cutri, Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC) – California Institute of Technology, Carl J.
Grillmair, Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC) – California Institute of Technology, Thomas Schildknecht, Astronomical Institute at the University of Bern (AIUB), Jeremy J.
Murray-Krezan, Space C2 Technologies Program – Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Donald Bédard, Department of Physics and Space Science – Royal Military College of Canada (RMCC) Keywords: GEO, satellite, infrared, WISE Download Paper Hyperspectral Measurements of Space Objects with a Small Format Sensor System Dr.
Robert Crow, Sensing Strategies Inc., Dr.
Kathy Crow, Sensing Strategies Inc., Dr.
Richard Preston, Sensing Strategies Inc, Dr.
Elizabeth Beecher, AFRL/RYMT Keywords: SSA, hyperspectral, satellite characterization Download Paper Rotation State Evolution of Retired Geosynchronous Satellites Conor J.
Benson, University of Colorado Bouder, Daniel J.
Scheeres, University of Colorado Bouder, William H.
Ryan, Magdalena Ridge Observatory – New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Eileen V.
Ryan, Magdalena Ridge Observatory – New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Nicholas Moskovitz, Lowell Observatory Keywords: Retired goesynchronous satellites, light curves, tumbling rotation states Download Paper Australian Space Situational Awareness Capability Demonstrations Brittany Morreale, United States Air Force, Travis Bessell, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Mark Rutten, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group, Brian Cheung, National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division – Defence Science and Technology Group Keywords: null Download Paper Larger Optics and Improved Calibration Techniques for Small Satellite Observations with the ERAU OSCOM System  Sergei Bilardi, Space and Atmospheric Instrumentation Lab – Center for Space and Atmospheric Research and Department of Physical Sciences – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Aroh Barjatya, Space and Atmospheric Instrumentation Lab – Center for Space and Atmospheric Research and Department of Physical Sciences – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Forrest Gasdia, Ann and H.
J.
Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences – University of Colorado Boulder Keywords: Commercial-off-the-shelf, photometry, unresolved object characterization Download Paper Satellite Characterization Data Collection and Analysis David Richmond, Lockheed Martin, Jeff Brennan, Lockheed Martin Keywords: Satellite Characterization, SSA, Data Fusion Download Paper Looking Down Through the Clouds – Optical Attenuation through Real-Time Clouds Jarred Burley, Air Force Institute of Technology, Andrew Lazarewicz, Air Force Technical Applications Center, Devin Dean, Air Force Technical Applications Center, Nicholas Heath, Air Force Technical Applications Center Keywords: Optical atmospheric attenuation clouds Download Paper Non-traditional Sensor Tasking for SSA: A Case Study Alex Herz, Orbit Logic, Ella Herz, Orbit Logic, Kenneth Center, Orbit Logic, Isabel Martinez, Orbit Logic, Nick Favero, Orbit Logic, Clinton Clark, ExoAnalytic, William Therien, ExoAnalytic, Mark Jeffries, ExoAnalytic Keywords: SSA, Sensor Integration, Multi-phenomenology, architectures, planning, scheduling Download Paper Combined SSA Sensor Tasking for Space-to-Space and Ground-to-Space Alex Herz, Orbit Logic, Ella Herz, Orbit Logic, Kenneth Center, Orbit Logic, Josh Neel, Orbit Logic, Marc Simpson, Orbit Logic Keywords: SSA, Sensor Tasking, Optimization, Custody, Search, Ground-based sensors, Space-based sensors, sensor modeling, multi-phenomenology sensor support Download Paper Design and Efficiency Analysis of Operational Scenarios for Space Situational Awareness Radar System Eun Jung Choi, Center for Space Situational Awareness – Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), Sungki Cho, Center for Space Situational Awareness – Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), Jung Hyun Jo, Center for Space Situational Awareness – Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), Jang-Hyun Park, Center for Space Situational Awareness – Korea Astronomy and Space Sci.
Keywords: Space situational awareness, radar system, space hazards Download Paper Short-Arc Orbit Determination Results and Space Debris Test Observation of the OWL-Net Jin Choi, University of Science and Technolog (UST) and Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), Jung Hyun Jo, University of Science and Technolog (UST) and Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), Hong-Suh Yim, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) Keywords: OWL-Net, orbit estimation, space debris Download Paper Comparison of Geosynchronous Satellites Spectral Signatures During Glint Season Daniel Weisz, Department of Physics – U.
S.
Air Force Academy, Francis K.
Chun, Department of Physics – U.
S.
Air Force Academy Keywords: Slitless spectroscopy, GEO spectra Download Paper Image Registration Using Single Cluster PHD Methods Mark Campbell.

School of Engineering and Physical Sciences – Heriot-Watt University

Isabel Schlangen, School of Engineering and Physical Sciences – Heriot-Watt University, Emmanuel Delande, School of Engineering and Physical Sciences – Heriot-Watt University, and Daniel Clark, Telecom SudParis – Institut Mines-Telecom Keywords: Orbit determination, target tracking Download Paper Training the Next Generation in Space Situational Awareness Research Damon Colpo, College of Optical Sciences – University of Arizona, Vishnu Reddy, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory – University of Arizona, Sameep Arora, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering – University of Arizona, Scott Tucker, Starizona, Lindsie Jeffries, Biomechanical Engineering – University of Arizona, Doug May, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering – University of Arizona, Ryan Bronson, College of Optical Sciences – University of Arizona, Evelyn Hunten, Electrical and Computer Engineering – University of Arizona Keywords: Education, Telescope, Instrumentation Download Paper Satellite and Debris Characterisation in LEO and GEO Using Adaptive Optics M.
Copeland, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited), F.
Bennet, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited), F.
Rigaut, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited), C.
d’Orgeville, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited), V.
Korkiakoski, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics – Australian National University and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited), C.
Smith, EOS Space Systems Pty Ltd and Space Environment Research Centre (SERC Limited) Keywords: Adaptive Optics, Imaging, Characterisation Download Paper Photometric and Other Analyses of Energetic Events Related to 2017 GEO RSO Anomalies Phillip Cunio, ExoAnalytic Solutions, Michael Bantel, ExoAnalytic Solutions, Brien R.
Flewelling, ExoAnalytic Solutions, William Therien, ExoAnalytic Solutions, Mark W.
Jeffries, Jr., ExoAnalytic Solutions, Monica Montoya, ExoAnalytic Solutions, Rhett Butler, ExoAnalytic Solutions, Douglas Hendrix, ExoAnalytic Solutions Keywords: Orbit determination, long-duration orbit propagation, photometrics, defunct satellites, space traffic management Download Paper Satellite Articulation Characterization from an Image Trajectory Matrix Using Optimization  David H.
Curtis, Air Force Institute of Technology, Richard G.
Cobb, Air Force Institute of Technology Keywords: Satellite inspection, inspection route evaluation, computer vision, satellite articulation, satellite characterization Download Paper Improved Orbit Determination of LEO CubeSats: Project LEDsat James Cutler.

Department of Aerospace Engineering – University of Michigan

Patrick Seitzer, Department of Astronomy – University of Michigan, Chris H.
Lee, Department of Astronomy – University of Michigan, Peter Washabaugh, Department of Aerospace Engineering – University of Michigan, Srinagesh Sharma, Department of Aerospace Engineering – University of Michigan, Robert Gitten, Department of Aerospace Engineering – University of Michigan, Fabrizio Piergentili, Fabio Santoni, Sapienza University of Rome, Tommaso Cardona, Sapienza University of Rome, Giammarco Cialone, Sapienza University of Rome, Lorenzo Frezza, Sapienza University of Rome, Andrea Gianfermo, Sapienza University of Rome, Paolo Marzioli, Sapienza University of Rome, Sylvia Masillo, Sapienza University of Rome, Alice Pellegrino, Sapienza University of Rome, Thomas Schildknecht, University of Bern, Donald Bedard, Royal Military College of Canada, Heather Cowardin, University of Texas-El Paso, Jacobs/Jets Keywords: CubeSats, orbit determination, optical tracking Download Paper GEO Optical Data Association with Concurrent Metric and Photometric Information Phan Dao, Air Force Research Laboratory, Dave Monet, United States Naval Observatory Keywords: Photometric, astrometric, GEO, cross-tags Download Paper Autonomous Orbit Propagation for GPS Equipped Cubesats Gim J.
Der, Der Astrodynamics, Andrew E.
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