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Title : A Critical Assessment of Satellite Drag and Atmospheric Density Modeling
Company : Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Date : 23-Apr-2010
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This paper examines diverse approaches to representing gasdynamic drag effects on Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. Although the total drag force on a satellite can be measured, the physics of gasdynamic resistance, dynamics of the orbiting body, and characteristics of the atmosphere are inextricably combined.
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