Systems or subsystems that provide a measurable increase in small satellite utility across of range of mission performance requirements with emphasis on: Techniques and methods that could eliminate the “T” in I&T; Standards for component size or form factors to better enable multi-source spacecraft designs; Constellation Standards – Crosslinks, Autonomy, Command and Control Techniques, etc.

Schedule

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2005
Monday, August 8th
3:15 PM

Modular Thermal Design Concepts: Thermal Design of a Spacecraft on a Module Level for LEO Missions

Mark Barton, AeroAstro, Inc.
Jon Miller, AeroAstro, Inc.

3:15 PM

3:30 PM

Modular Platform Architecture for Small Satellites: Evaluating Applicability and Strategic Issues

Quinn Young, Space Dynamics Laboratory

3:30 PM

3:45 PM

A Universal Interface for Modular Spacecraft

Lennon Rodgers, MIT
Nicholas Hoff, MIT
Elizabeth Jordan, MIT
Michael Heiman, MIT
David Miller, MIT

3:45 PM

4:00 PM

Using a Distributed Wiring Harness

Steven Wichman, Space Gadgets Corporation
Adeel Baig, Colorado Space Grant Consortium
Andrew Crahan, Colorado Space Grant Consortium
Micah Dowty, Colorado Space Grant Consortium

4:00 PM

4:15 PM

Modular Architecture and Product Platform Concepts Applied to Multipurpose Small Spacecraft

Jenny Kingston, Cranfield University

4:15 PM

4:30 PM

Optimum Placement of Satellite Components with Genetic Algorithms

Ayman Kassem, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

4:30 PM