The Deep Space Catalog - References

Jonathan C. McDowell

Aug 2020: Rev 1.0.8

References

Here I give references to the description and discussion sections. References to orbital data for specific objects are at cite.html


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[4] J. McDowell, How Integral Was Lost, ESA news article, 15 Dec 2015. https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/integral/how-integral-was-lost
[5] United Nations, Convention on Registration of Objects Launched into Outer Space, 6 June 1975, 023 UNTS 15 (entered into force 15 September 1976).
[6] G. Williams, Distant Artificial Satellites Observation (DASO) circular. https://minorplanetcenter.net/iau/DASO/DASO.html
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[13] H. Hiller, 1966, Table of space vehicles launched in 1958-65, RAE Tech Rept. 66103.
[14] J. McDowell, Acta Astronautica 151, 668 (2018).
[15] J. McDowell, https://planet4589.org/space/lvdb/sdb/Orgs; also McDowell, 2020 in preparation.
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[17] H. Hiller and J.A. Pilkington, 1973, Table of Space Vehicles Launched During the Years 1958-1972, RAE Tech. Rept. TR 73006 (Royal Aircraft Est., Farnborough).
[18] J.A. Pilkington, 1976, Table of Space Vehicles 1973-1976, RAE Tech Memo Space 242, (Royal Aircraft Est., Farnborough).
[19] H. Hiller, A.N. Winterbottom, J.A. Pilkington, and G.E. Perry, 1987, The RAE Table Of Space Vehicles 1958-1986, (Royal Aircraft Est., Farnborough).
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[21] G. Falworth, 1969, Objects on the Moon - 1, Spaceflight 11, 384.
[22] G. Falworth, 1970. Objects in Heliocentric Orbit - 1, Spaceflight 12, 92.
[23] G. Falworth, 1970. Objects in Selenocentric Orbit - 1, Spaceflight 12, 143.
[24] G. Falworth, 1971. Objects in Heliocentric Orbit - 2, Spaceflight 13, 298.
[25] G. Falworth, 1972, Objects on the Moon - 2, Spaceflight 14, 145.
[26] G. Falworth, 1973, Objects in Selenocentric Orbit - 2, JBIS 26, 493.
[27] A. Siddiqi, 2002, Deep Space Chronicle, Monog. in Aerospace History No. 24, NASA SP-2002-4524