A special session on CubeSats/NanoSats and CubeSat-based missions.

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2008
Wednesday, August 13th
3:45 PM

NanoSail-D: The First Flight Demonstration of Solar Sails for Nanosatellites

Mark Whorton, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Andy Heaton, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Robin Pinson, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Greg Laue, ManTech SRS Technologies
Charles Adams, Gray Research, Inc.

3:45 PM

4:00 PM

Large Constellation Development using Small Satellites

Bryan Bingham, Space Dynamics Laboratory
Quinn Young, Space Dynamics Laboratory
Stephen Whitmore, Utah State University

4:00 PM

4:15 PM

MISC™ – A Novel Approach to Low-Cost Imaging Satellites

Andrew Kalman, Pumpkin™, Inc.
Adam Reif, Pumpkin™, Inc.
Dan Berkenstock, Stanford University
Julian Mann, Stanford University
James Cutler, Stanford University

4:15 PM

4:30 PM

TINYSCOPE – The Feasibility of a 3-Axis Stabilized Earth Imaging CubeSat from LEO

Allen Blocker, Naval Postgraduate School
Chance Litton, Naval Postgraduate School
Jason Hall, Naval Postgraduate School
Marcello Romano, Naval Postgraduate School

4:30 PM

4:45 PM

Integrating Lithium Polymer Charging and Peak Power Tracking on a CubeSat Class Satellite

Dan Kaste, Taylor University
Will Holmes, Taylor University
Dan Brinks, Taylor University
Joel Gegner, Taylor University
Jim Moore, Taylor University
Hugh White, Taylor University

4:45 PM

5:00 PM

A Low-Power Dual-Processor Computing System for Advanced Nanosatellite Missions

Nathaniel Colson, Purdue University
Paul Moonjelly, Purdue University
David Filmer, Purdue University

5:00 PM

5:15 PM

First Flight Results of the Delfi-C3 Satellite Mission

W.J. Ubbels, ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space BV
C.J.M Verhoeven, Delft University of Technology
R.J. Hamann, Delft University of Technology
E. Gill, Delft University of Technology
J. Bouwmeester, Delft University of Technology

5:15 PM

5:30 PM

Bridging the Gap: Collaboration using Nanosat and CubeSat Platforms Through The Texas 2 STEP (2 Satellite Targeting Experimental Platform) Mission

Cinnamon Wright, The University of Texas at Austin
Dax Garner, The University of Texas at Austin
Jessica Williams, The University of Texas at Austin
Henri Kjellberg, The University of Texas at Austin
Glenn Lightsey, The University of Texas at Austin

5:30 PM