Forward thinking military and science mission concepts where small satellites are key to mission success, with emphasis on enabling technologies requiring further development.

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2006
Tuesday, August 15th
8:45 AM

How to Improve Small Satellite Missions in Two Easy Steps: Adopting Space Debris Mitigation Guidelines and Improving Space Surveillance Network Tracking Support

G. Taft DeVere, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, Space Analysis
Jason Randolph, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, Space Analysis

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

Cost-Effective Earth Observation Missions Outcomes and Visions from the International IAA Study

Rainer Sandau, DLR, German Aerospace Center
Larry Paxton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Jaime Esper, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

9:00 AM

9:15 AM

Microsatellites at Very Low Altitude

Hezi Atir, RAFAEL, Armament Development Authority Ltd.

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

Microspacecraft and the Vision For Space Exploration

Matt Bille, Booz Allen Hamilton
Kris Winkler, Booz Allen Hamilton

9:30 AM

9:45 AM

"The Next 20 Years- Can Small Sats Become a Mainstream Asset for the U.S. Government?" An Industry Perspective

Leigh Coolidge, BAE Systems
John Delaney, BAE Systems
Bryan Lee, BAE Systems
Terry Rector, BAE Systems
John Stuart, BAE Systems

9:45 AM

10:00 AM

Micro-Inspector Spacecraft An Overview

Hannah Goldberg, California Institute of Technology
Juergen Mueller, California Institute of Technology
Leon Alkalai, California Institute of Technology

10:00 AM

10:15 AM

A Satellite Data Model for the AFRL Responsive Space Initiative

Kenneth Sundberg, Utah State University
Scott Cannon, Utah State University
Todd Hospodarsky, Utah State University
Don Fronterhouse, Air Force Research Laboratory
Jim Lyke, Air Force Research Laboratory

10:15 AM