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New Space Systems and Operations Standards for the 3rd Quarter 2014

Kyle Bach

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


  • BS EN 14607-5-1, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN 16603-35-01, Space engineering. Mechanical. Liquid and electric propulsion for spacecraft
  • BS EN 16603-10-09, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Reference coordinate system
  • BS EN 16603-10-11, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Human factors engineering
  • BS EN 16603-10-12, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Method for the calculation of radiation received and its effects, and a policy for design margins
  • BS EN 16603-20-06, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Spacecraft charging
  • BS EN 16603-20-07, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Electromagnetic compatibility
  • BS EN 16603-20-08, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Photovoltaic assemblies and components
  • BS EN 16603-31, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Thermal control general requirements
  • BS EN 16603-32, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Structural general requirements
  • BS EN 16603-32-01, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Fracture control
  • BS EN 16603-32-02, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Structural design and verification of pressurized hardware
  • BS EN 16603-32-03, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Structural finite element models
  • BS EN 16603-32-10, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Structural factors of safety for spaceflight hardware
  • BS EN 16603-32-11, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Modal survey assessment
  • BS EN 16603-34, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Environmental control and life support (ECLS)
  • BS EN 16603-35, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Propulsion general requirements
  • BS EN 16603-35-01, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Liquid and electric propulsion for spacecraft
  • BS EN 16603-35-02, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Solid propulsion for spacecrafts and launchers
  • BS EN 16603-35-03, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Liquid propulsion for launchers
  • BS EN 16603-35-06, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Cleanliness requirements for spacecraft propulsion hardware
  • BS EN 16603-35-10, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Compatibility testing for liquid propulsion components, subsystems and systems
  • BS EN 16603-40, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Software
  • BS EN 16603-50, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Communications
  • BS EN 16603-50-01, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Space data links. Telemetry synchronization and channel coding
  • BS EN 16603-50-02, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Ranging and Doppler tracking
  • BS EN 16603-50-03, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Space data links. Telemetry transfer frame protocol
  • BS EN 16603-50-04, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Space data links. Telecommand protocols, synchronization and channel coding
  • BS EN 16603-50-05, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Radio frequency and modulation
  • BS EN 16603-50-13, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Interface and communication protocol for MIL-STD-1553B data bus onboard spacecraft
  • BS EN 16603-50-14, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Spacecraft discrete interfaces
  • BS EN 16603-50-51, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. SpaceWire protocol identification
  • BS EN 16603-50-52, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. SpaceWire. Remote memory access protocol
  • BS EN 16603-60-10, 2014 Edition, Space engineering, Control performances
  • BS EN 16603-60-20, 2014 Edition, Space Engineering, Star sensor terminology and performance specification
  • BS EN 16603-70-32, 2014 Edition, Space engineering. Test and operations procedure language
  • BS EN 16604-10, 2014 Edition, Space sustainability. Adoption Notice of ISO 24113: Space systems. Space debris mitigation requirements
  • BS EN ISO 17666, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN 16601-80, Space systems. Risk management
  • BS EN ISO 21351, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN 16603-10-06, Space systems. Functional and technical specifications
  • BS ISO 16457, Corrigendum 1 for 2014 Edition, Space systems. Space environment (natural and artificial). The Earth’s ionosphere model: international reference ionosphere (IRI) model and extensions to the plasmasphere
  • BS ISO 17808, 2014 Edition, Space data and information transfer systems. Telemetry (TM) channel coding profiles
  • BS ISO 17809, 2014 Edition, Space data and information transfer systems. Delta-differential one-way ranging (Delta-DOR) operations
  • BS ISO 17810, 2014 Edition, Space data and information transfer systems. Data transmission and pseud o-random noise (PN) ranging for 2 GHz code division multiple access (CDM A) link via data relay satellite
  • BS ISO 19389, 2014 Edition, Space data and information transfer systems. Conjunction data message
  • ISO 17808, 1st Edition, Space data and information transfer systems – Telemetry (TM) channel coding profiles
  • ISO 17809, 1st Edition, Space data and information transfer systems – Delta-differential one-way ranging (Delta-DOR) operations
  • ISO 17810, 1st Edition, Space data and information transfer systems – Data transmission and pseudo-random noise (PN) ranging for 2 GHz code division multiple access (CDMA) link via data relay satellite
  • ISO 19389, 1st Edition, Space data and information transfer systems – Conjunction data message


For more standards like these, please see our Document Center List of Standards on Space Systems and Operations.

You can also review my two previous blogs: