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2018
Tuesday, August 7th
8:00 AM

ADEPT, A Mechanically Deployable Re-Entry Vehicle System, Enabling Interplanetary CubeSat and Small Satellite Missions

Alan Cassell, NASA Ames Research Center
Brandon Smith, NASA Ames Research Center
Paul Wercinski, NASA Ames Research Center
Shakib Ghassemieh, NASA Ames Research Center
Kenneth Hibbard, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Adam Nelessen, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
James Cutts, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

8:00 AM

8:15 AM

CubeSat Electrothermal Plasma Micro-Thruster: System Development and Integration

Sebastian Gnagy, California Polytechnic State University
Alec Henkenm Amelia Greig, California Polytechnic State University

8:15 AM

8:30 AM

Test and Development of Prototype 1000W X-band Microwave Solid-State Power Amplifier for Small SAR Satellite

Hiromi Watanabe, Keio University
Koji Tanaka, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Koichi Ijichi, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Hirobumi Saito, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Seiko Shirasaka, Keio University

8:30 AM

8:45 AM

One-year Lunar Calibration Result of Hodoyoshi-1, Moon as an Ideal Target for Small Satellite Radiometric Calibration

Toru Kouyama, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Ryosuke Nakamura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Soushi Kato, Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan
Naoki Miyashita, Axelspace Corporation

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

Qube - A CubeSat for Quantum Key Distribution Experiments

Roland Haber, Center for Telematics
Daniel Garbe, Center for Telematics
Klaus Schilling, Center for Telematics
Wenjamin Rosenfeld, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich;

9:00 AM

9:15 AM

Four-Magnetometer Board for CubeSat Applications

Leonardo Regoli, University of Michigan
Mark Moldwin, University of Michigan
Jacob Thoma, University of Michigan
Matthew Pellioni, University of Michigan
Bret Bronner, University of Michigan

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

Monofilament Vaporization Propulsion (MVP) - CubeSat Propulsion System with Inert Polymer Propellant

Curtis Woodruff, CU Aerospace
David Carroll, CU Aerospace
Darren King, CU Aerospace
Rodney Burton, CU Aerospace
Neil Hejmanowski, CU Aerospace

9:30 AM