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A systematic examination of 1836 images of the sky constructed from scans made by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite has resulted in the detection of 466 objects which are shown to be in Earth orbit. Analysis of the spatial and size distribution and thermal properties of these objects, which may include payloads, rocket bodies and debris particles, is being conducted as one step in a feasibility study for space -based debris detection technologies.
Advances in Space Research 10, Issue 3-4: 381-384 (1990)
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