Key Technologies for Efficient Propulsion to Place Small Satellites in their Target Orbits

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2004
Thursday, August 12th
11:00 AM

Small Satellite Mars Missions using Electric Propulsion

ME Price, QinetiQ Space Dept.
NS Wells, QinetiQ Space Dept.
AJ Ball, Space Sciences Research Institute
JC Zarnecki, Planetary & Space Sciences Research Institute
FW Taylor, University of Oxford

11:00 AM

11:15 AM

A MEMS Based Experimental Colloid Thruster Package for Nano Satellites

Barry Kent, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
John Stark, Queen Mary, University of London
Bob Stevens, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Matt Alexander, Queen Mary, University of London
Adam Baker, University of Surrey
Dave Gibbon, University of Surrey
Douglas Liddle, University of Surrey

11:15 AM

11:30 AM

Development of a Lightweight Pulsed Plasma Thruster Module for Solar Sail Attitude Control

Kevin Pryor, Arizona State University
Bong Wie, Arizona State University
Pavlos Mikellides, Arizona State University

11:30 AM

11:45 AM

Advancing the Utility of Small Satellites with the Development of a Hybrid Electric-Laser Propulsion (HELP) System

Rachel Leach, Design_Net Engineering LLC
Thomas Adams, Design_Net Engineering LLC
Gerald Murphy, Design_Net Engineering LLC

11:45 AM