B Workshop on Space Debris

The Committee on Space Debris held a workshop at the Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering in Irvine, California, on November 18-20, 1993. The following participants attended and provided a great deal of input to the committee on a wide range of debris-related topics.

Invited Participants

Mr. Howard Baker, Department of Justice, Canada

Dr. Vladimir Chobotov, The Aerospace Corporation, California, United States

Mr. Eric Christiansen, NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas, United States

Dr. Albrecht de Jonge, SRON, The Netherlands

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Eichler, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Dr. David Finkleman, United States Air Force Space Command, Colorado, United States

Dr. Vladimir Fortov, Research Center IVTAN, Russia

Dr. Edna Jenkins, United States Naval Space Command, Virginia, United States

Dr. Gennady Kuzin, NPO Energia, Russia

Mr. Joseph Loftus, Jr., NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas, United States



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B Workshop on Space Debris The Committee on Space Debris held a workshop at the Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering in Irvine, California, on November 18-20, 1993. The following participants attended and provided a great deal of input to the committee on a wide range of debris-related topics. Invited Participants Mr. Howard Baker, Department of Justice, Canada Dr. Vladimir Chobotov, The Aerospace Corporation, California, United States Mr. Eric Christiansen, NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas, United States Dr. Albrecht de Jonge, SRON, The Netherlands Dipl.-Ing. Peter Eichler, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany Dr. David Finkleman, United States Air Force Space Command, Colorado, United States Dr. Vladimir Fortov, Research Center IVTAN, Russia Dr. Edna Jenkins, United States Naval Space Command, Virginia, United States Dr. Gennady Kuzin, NPO Energia, Russia Mr. Joseph Loftus, Jr., NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas, United States

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Ms. Lee Ann Hongping Lu, China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, People's Republic of China Dr. Carl Maag, T&M Engineering, California, United States Dr. Jean-Claude Mandeville, CERT-ONERA/DERTS, France Dr. Darren McKnight, Kaman Sciences Corporation, Virginia, United States Dr. Walter Naumann, ESA Headquarters, France Mr. Robert Penny, Jr., Motorola, Arizona, United States Lt Col John Rabins, Air Force Space Command, Colorado, United States Dr. Robert Reynolds, Lockheed Engineering Services Center, Texas, United States Mr. Lakkavalli Satyamurthy, Embassy of India, Washington, D.C., United States Mr. Eugene Stansbery, NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas, United States Mr. Hitoshi Takatsuka, National Space Development Agency, Japan Mr. Jose Verissimo, Hughes Space and Communications Company, California, United States Dr. R. Viswanathan, Hughes Space and Communications Company, California, United States Prof. Menglun Yu, China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, People's Republic of China Observers and Liaisons Col Bill Gardner, Air Force Headquarters, United States Mr. Russell Graves, Boeing, Texas, United States Mr. George Levin, NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., United States Mr. Duane McRuer, ASEB Chairman, California, United States Dr. Walter Sarjeant, ASEB Committee on Space Station, New York, United States