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New Space Systems and Operations Standards for the 2nd Quarter 2014

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on Space Systems and Operations are now available:


  • ASTM E349, 2006 Edition Reaffirmed in 2014, Standard Terminology Relating to Space Simulation
  • BS ISO 16126, 2014 Edition, Space systems. Assessment of survivability of unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure successful post-mission disposal
  • BS ISO 16457, 2014 Edition with Corrigendum 1, Space systems. Space environment (natural and artificial). The Earth’s ionosphere model: international reference ionosphere (IRI) model and extensions to the plasmasphere 
  • BS ISO 17255, 2014 Edition, Space systems. Programme management. Statement of work
  • BS ISO 23462, 2014 Edition, Space systems. Guidelines to define the management framework for a space project
  • ISO 10788, 1st Edition, Space systems – Lunar simulants
  • ISO 11233, 1st Edition, Space systems – Orbit determination and estimation – Process for describing techniques
  • ISO 16126, 1st Edition, Space systems – Assessment of survivability of unmanned spacecraft against space debris and meteoroid impacts to ensure successful post-mission disposal
  • ISO 16457, 1st Edition Corrected Reprint, Space systems – Space environment (natural and artificial) – The Earths ionosphere model: international reference ionosphere (IRI) model and extensions to the plasmasphere
  • ISO 17255, 1st Edition, Space systems – Programme management – Statement of work
  • ISO 18147, 1st Edition, Space environment (natural and artificial) – Method of the solar energetic protons fluences and peak fluxes determination
  • ISO 23462, 1st Edition, Space systems – Guidelines to define the management framework for a space project


For similar standards, please visit our page: Document Center List of Standards on Space Systems and Operations. 

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