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Thursday 12 November

Beyond Low Earth Orbit Day
The third day of Reinventing Space 2015 features ideas beyond LEO – applications and looking to the far future.

 

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If you cannot commit to attending the whole of RIspace 2015, Thursday-only day tickets are available here.
Day tickets cost £149 ( £179.80 including VAT)

 

icon_networkTickets for “An Evening With Al Worden” are available here. 

 

 

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08:30 BREAKFAST
Delegates are welcome to browse the exhibition as they enjoy a welcome coffee.
This is the final conference day of Reinventing Space – please note the slightly later start
 

09:00

 

NOTICES AND INTRODUCTION
Introduction to the final day’s activities and explanation of the Friday schedule.

 

09:10 keynote-faberKEYNOTE ADDRESS: DANIEL FABER
Chief Executive Officer, Deep Space Industries


As a serial entrepreneur in the aerospace and mining industries, Daniel has grown several high tech companies from startup through to commercial success. Daniel has held senior roles in many successful spacecraft projects, including a space telescope for locating and characterizing asteroids, a constellation of astronomy spacecraft, operational ship-tracking, pressurized habitation modules, and remote sensing systems. He is the recipient of multiple innovation awards and been granted a number of patents in the fields of mining, medical imaging and aerospace.

 

09:50

 

MORNING BREAK
Delegates visit the exhibition and posters as they enjoy tea, coffee and doughnuts
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During the morning break, the following posters are presented at the rear of the main conference venue:

09:50 High altitude weather balloons for low cost space testing – Samuel Mark Harrison (Nebula Sciences) BIS-RS-2015-65
10:05 RISING-2: a 50kg-class microsatellite for advanced remote sensing missions – Kazuya Yoshida (Tohoku University) BIS-RS-2015-72
 

10:20

 

BEYOND LEO SESSION 1 Chaired by Chris Welch, International Space University

10:20 Exploring our Solar System with cubesats and nanosats – Anthony Freeman (NASA JPL/Caltech) BIS-RS-2015-02
10:40 The Google Lunar XPRIZE – Past, Present and Future – presented by Derek Webber on behalf of Andrew Barton (Google Lunar X Prize) BIS-RS-2015-37
11:00 LunarMission One – One Year On – David Iron (LunarMission One) BIS-RS-2015-62

 

11:20 keynote-Walter-RangeKEYNOTE ADDRESS: MICAH WALTER-RANGE
Director, Research & Analysis, Space Foundation


Micah has worked at the Space Foundation since 2006.He oversees development of all Space Foundation research products, including an annual authoritative guide to global space activity, The Space Report. He has authored papers on topics such as export controls and the role of space technology in aviation. 

 

12:00

 

LUNCH
Delegates visit the exhibition and posters as lunch is served in both areas.

During lunch, the following posters are presented at the rear of the main conference venue:

12:10 The FUNcube STEM outreach missions – Graham Shirville (AMSAT-UK) BIS-RS-2015-19
12:25 Scope of Internet of Things (IoT) in Space Technologies – Arun Subramanian Venkataraman (Indian Space Research Organisation) BIS-RS-2015-77

 

 

12:50

 

BEYOND LEO SESSION 2 Chaired by Maher Ezzeddine, Harvard Business School Aerospace Alumni Group

12:50 Moonraker: a less-than-10kg lunar microrover for challenge to GLXP – Kazuya Yoshida (Tohoku University) BIS-RS-2015-73
13:10 HeL1oNano : The first cubesat to L1? – Cyrille Tourneur (Airbus DS)  BIS-RS-2015-23
13:30 Resource Prospector : A Cost Effective Lunar Resource Pathfinder- Daniel Andrews (NASA Ames Research Center) BIS-RS-2015-10
13:50 Gateway Earth – Low Cost Access to Interplanetary Space – Derek Webber (Spaceport Associates) BIS-RS-2015-13
 

14:10

 

REINVENTING SPACE: The view from Japan

Yasushi Munemasa, Space Communication Systems Laboratory, NICT, Tokyo

 

14:40

 

AFTERNOON BREAK
Delegates visit the exhibition and posters as they enjoy tea, coffee, pastries, finger sandwiches & freshly baked scones.

During the afternoon break, the following poster is presented at the rear of the main conference venue:

14:50 Transportation Models for Sustained Business Activity in Space – Mike Ryan (Bellarmine University) BIS-RS-2015-71
 

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Thursday’s afternoon break is sponsored by Printech

 

15:10

 

APPLICATIONS AND COMMERCIALISATION SESSION 2

15:10 Real-time tactical space asset retasking – Chris Pearson (Moog) BIS-RS-2015-01
15:30 A New Era in Space Flight : The COTS Model of Commercial Partnerships at NASA – Dennis Stone (NASA) BIS-RS-2015-11
15:50 Global launcher market survey – where are we now and where are we going? – Daniel Lim (Trisept) BIS-RS-2015-56
 

16:20

 

PANEL: Global Trends That Will Define The New Space Age

This panel provides an apt conclusion to the conference by reviewing the business cases and technologies that will drive the space economy over the next 10 years. The panel is meant to be forward looking and really try to establish where we want to be at RiSpace 2025. What will the space industry look like? Will we be on our way to Mars, mining asteroids? Will we have thousands of satellites providing Global internet? And how will space access look like? The panel will also address the challenges of achieving these ambitions and provide a realistic outlook on growth.

 

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David Germroth
Pace Government Services, Washington DC

 

 

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Dennis Stone
Commercial Space Capabilities, NASA

 

 

panelist_stuttardMatthew Stuttart
Airbus DS

 

17:20

 

CONFERENCE SUMMARY and CONCLUSIONS
Stuart  Eves, President of the Reinventing Space Programme Committee

17:30 FORMAL END OF THE 13TH REINVENTING SPACE CONFERENCE
 

19:30

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AN EVENING WITH AL WORDEN
The Apollo 15 Command Module Pilot, Al Worden will appear at an evening event in the Randolph Hotel, This event is organised by the British Interplanetary Society and ticketed separately from Reinventing Space.