A session on CubeSat/NanoSat initiatives that enable future missions.

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2009
Wednesday, August 12th
3:45 PM

The IRIS Nanosatellite for Autonomous Multi-System Responsive Space Operations and High Spectral Resolution Earth Imaging

Erin Beck, Santa Clara University
Christopher Kitts, Santa Clara University
Jose Cruz, Santa Clara University
Alexander Fischer, Santa Clara University
Steven Li, Santa Clara University
Anothony Young, Santa Clara University

3:45 PM

4:00 PM

Enabling Flexible Secondary Launches with the CubeSat Standard

Jordi Puig-Suari, Cal Poly
Kyle Leveque, SRI International
Victor Aguero, SRI International
Roland Coelho, Cal Poly
Scott Williams, SRI International

4:00 PM

4:15 PM

SMDC-ONE: An Army Nanosatellite Technology Demonstration

David Weeks, COLSA, Inc.
A. Brent Marley, Cobham Analytical Services, Inc.
John London III, US Army Space Missile Defense Command

4:15 PM

4:30 PM

Pointing Control for Low Altitude Triple Cubesat Space Darts

James Armstrong, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Craig Casey, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Glenn Creamer, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Gilbert Dutchover, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

4:30 PM

4:45 PM

“Coach Class to Orbit:” the NPS CubeSat Launcher

Christina Hicks, Naval Postgraduate School
Adam DeJesus, Naval Postgraduate School
Anthony Harris, Naval Postgraduate School
Matt Crook, Naval Postgraduate School
Felix Rossberg, Naval Postgraduate School
Daniel Sakoda, Naval Postgraduate School
Rudolf Panholzer, Naval Postgraduate School
James Newman, Naval Postgraduate School

4:45 PM

5:00 PM

Boeing’s CubeSat TestBed 1 Attitude Determination Design and On-Orbit Experience

Michael Taraba, Boeing Company
Christian Rayburn, Boeing Company
Albert Tsuda, Boeing Company
Charles MacGillivray, Boeing Company

5:00 PM

5:15 PM

Increasing the Accuracy of Orbital Position Information from NORAD SGP4 Using Intermittent GPS Readings

Michael Greene, UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory
Robert Zee, UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory

5:15 PM

5:30 PM

"OPTOS: A pocket-size giant" (MISION, OPERATION & EVOLUTION)

Pilar Cabo, Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aerospacial (INTA), Spain
Ivan Lora, lnstituto Nacional de TCcnica Aerospacial (INTA), Spain

5:30 PM