New Small Satellite Missions or Sensors to Broaden Our Understanding of Space

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2003
Wednesday, August 13th
2:00 PM

Progress toward Miniature Space Weather Stations

Linda Habash Krause, United States Air Force Academy
Federico Herrero, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
John Champion, Johns Hopkins University,
LtColFrancis Chun, United States Air Force Academy
Dean Aalami, Space Instruments, Inc.

2:00 PM

2:15 PM

Maglifter: A Ground-Based Next Generation Reusable Launch Assist for a Low-Cost and Highly Reliable Space Access

Chan Ham, Florida Space Institute
Jorge Flores, Florida Space Institute
Robert Kluka, Florida Space Institute
Robert Crabbs, Florida Space Institute

2:15 PM

2:30 PM

The Reentry Breakup Recorder: A “Black Box” for Space Hardware

Vinod Kapoor, The Aerospace Corporation
William Ailor, The Aerospace Corporation

2:30 PM

2:45 PM

Atmosphere and Climate Explorer Plus Looking at the Horizon: Innovative Atmospheric Sounding using Active Inter-satellite Cross-link Signals

Sytze Veldman, Swedish Space Corporation
Kaj Lundahl, Swedish Space Corporation

2:45 PM

3:00 PM

SCOUT: A Modular, Multi-Mission Spacecraft Architecture for High Capability Rapid Access to Space

Aaron Rogers, AeroAstro, Inc.
Glen Cameron, AeroAstro, Inc.
Luis Jordan, AeroAstro, Inc.

3:00 PM

3:15 PM

RAPIDEYE - An Earth Observation Smallsat Constellation for Daily Agricultural Monitoring

George Tyc, MacDonald Dettwiler & Associates
Keith Ruthman, MacDonald Dettwiler & Associates
Paul Stephens, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
Alex Wicks, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
Tim Butlin, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
Martin Sweeting, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
Manfred Krischke, RapidEye AG
Michael Oxfort, RapidEye AG

3:15 PM

3:30 PM

ROCSAT-3 Constellation Mission

Vicky Chu, National Space Program Office
An-Ming Wu, National Space Program Office
Paul Chen, National Space Program Office

3:30 PM