On the detection and tracking of space debris using the murchison widefield array. I. Simulations and test observations demonstrate feasibility

S.J. Tingay, D.L. Kaplan, B. Mckinley, F. Briggs, R.B. Wayth, N. Hurley-Walker, J. Kennewell, C. Smith, K. Zhang, W. Arcus, N.D.R. Bhat, D. Emrich, D. Herne, N. Kudryavtseva, M. Lynch, S.M. Ord, M. Waterson, D.G. Barnes, M. Bell, B.M. GaenslerE. Lenc, G. Bernardi, L.J. Greenhill, J.C. Kasper, J.D. Bowman, D. Jacobs, J.D. Bunton, L. Desouza, R. Koenig, J. Pathikulangara, J. Stevens, R.J. Cappallo, B.E. Corey, B.B. Kincaid, E. Kratzenberg, C.J. Lonsdale, S.R. Mcwhirter, A.E.E. Rogers, J.E. Salah, A.R. Whitney, A. Deshpande, T. Prabu, N. Udaya-Shankar, K.S. Srivani, R. Subrahmanyan, A. Ewall-Wice, L. Feng, R. Goeke, E. Morgan, R.A. Remillard, C.L. Williams, B.J. Hazelton, M.F. Morales, M. Johnston-Hollitt, D.A. Mitchell, P. Procopio, J. Riding, R.L. Webster, J.S.B. Wyithe, D. Oberoi, A. Roshi, R.J. Sault, Andrew Williams

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