Innovative, proven or unproven approaches to small satellite technology (components or subsystems) that may offer quantum benefits in next generation small spacecraft.

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2008
Wednesday, August 13th
8:45 AM

On-Orbit Spacecraft Inertia and Rate Sensor Scale Factor Estimation for Microsatellites

Philip Ferguson, Microsat Systems Canada Incorporated (MSCI)

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

A Novel Cold Gas Propulsion System for Nanosatellites and Picosatellites

David Hinkley, The Aerospace Corporation

9:00 AM

Inorganic Polymers for Space Applications

B.T. Cesul, Air Force Institute of Technology
Shankar Mall, Air Force Institute of Technology
Lawrence Matson, AFRL/RXL
Heedong Lee, UES, Inc.

9:00 AM

9:15 AM

A Compact Low-Power High-Isp Thruster for Microsatellites

Douglas Spence, Busek Co. Inc.
Nathaniel Demmons, Busek Co. Inc.
Thomas Roy, Busek Co. Inc.

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

Development of a Micro-Thruster Impulse Measurement System Using Optical Sensors

Young-Keun Chang, Korea Aerospace University
Suk-Jin Kang, Korea Aerospace University
Hyea-Ran Cho, Korea Aerospace University

9:30 AM

9:45 AM

Micro/Nanotechnology for Picosatellites

Siegfried Janson, The Aerospace Corporation

9:45 AM

10:00 AM

Satellite Modular and Reconfigurable Thermal System (SMARTS)

David Bugby, ATK Space
Walter Zimbeck, Technology Assessment & Transfer, Inc.
Edward Kroliczek, B&K Engineering
Andrew Williams, Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate

10:00 AM

10:15 AM

Implications of Advanced Thermal Control Architecture for Modular Spacecraft

Quinn Young, Space Dynamics Laboratory
Andrew Williams, Air Force Research Laboratory
Brent Stucker, Utah State University

10:15 AM