Resources & Research
Here are a few resources you may find useful.
- AFSPC Astrodynamic Standards
This paper describes AFSPC’s current effort to upgrade the AFSPC Astrodynamic Standards to meet modern developer needs.
- Why use AFSPC Astrodynamic Standards
Analysts download TLEs from the JSPOC and to have the best accuracy, they need to use the algorithms that the JSPOC uses which are the AFSPC Astrodynamic Standards. Using other models with the JSPOC generated TLEs will introduce inaccuracy.
- A Summary of Astrodynamic Standards
This paper is an introduction to astrodynamic standards. The paper introduces the reader to the available techniques, sources, practices, and tools for astrodynamic propagation applications.
- Astrodynamics - Propagation Specifications, Technical Definitions, and Recommended Practices
This document provides the broad astrodynamics and space operations community with technical standards and lays out recommended approaches to ensure compatibility between organizations.
- JSPOC Conjunction Alerts could Be Improved, Group Says
U.S. Air Force warnings to satellite operators of impending close orbital passes involving their satellites are not reliable, primarily because the service is unable to automatically process precise orbit-location data available from these companies, according to industry officials.
- AFSPC Astrodynamic Standard Software
This is a list of astrodynamic standards software maintained by SPoC DCG-T/S9IA and distributed by SPoC DCG-0/S3/6S. Information can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Saint and SOA
This is an overview of SAINT and SOA.
- All Things Astrodynamic Standards
This briefing provides some essential information about the AFSPC Astrodynamic Standards.
- SpyMeSat Mobile Application
SpyMeSat is a app that tells you when a satellite might be seeing you!
Web site where users can download Two Line Element sets
- Space Track
Space-Track.org promotes space flight safety, protection of the space environment and the peaceful use of space worldwide by sharing space situational awareness services and information with U.S. and international satellite owners/operators, academia and other entities.
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