Formula to obtain Ec by the product of the probability of impact on a specific latitude band, and the population within the band, which is integrated over the latitude range covered by the orbital inclination

Formule pour calculer les pertes humaines attendues (Ec) via le produit de la probabilité d'impact sur une bande de latitude spécifique et de la population de cette bande, qui est intégrée dans la plage de latitude couverte par l'inclinaison orbitale

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 27875
Second edition
2019-02
AMENDMENT 1
2020-09
Space systems — Re-entry risk
management for unmanned spacecraft
and launch vehicle orbital stages
AMENDMENT 1: Formula to obtain
Ec by the product of the probability of
impact on a specific latitude band, and
the population within the band, which
is integrated over the latitude range
covered by the orbital inclination
Systèmes spatiaux — Gestion du risque de la rentrée pour les étapes
orbitales des véhicules spatiaux non habités et des lanceurs spatiaux
AMENDEMENT 1
Reference number
ISO 27875:2019/Amd.1:2020(E)
ISO 2020
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