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Thursday 14 November

 

08:40 Notices
08:45 KEYNOTE: Chris Long, Northrop Grumman
09:10 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACEFLIGHT Chair:
Northrop Grumman
09:10 Invited Paper
09:25 Low cost life assessment of liquid rocket engines by replacing full scale engine tests by TMF panel tests Pascal Kringe
DLR
09:45 Optimised satellite sail deployment mechanism based on flexible pushing arms Alexandru Cornogolub
Alten Ltd.
10:05 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK

10:30 SESSION: NOVEL LAUNCH Chair:
Alan Webb, CST
10:30 Path to the First Launch of the SL-OMV from the UK Chris Loughry
Moog
10:50 The Michigan Launch Initiative – Creating a New Polar Orbit Launch Site Using Existing Infrastructure Chuck Lauer
Rocketplane Global
11:10 Access to Orbit from Unst – a worked example Robin Brand
BIS/Shetland Space Centre
11:30 Surveying a launcher market Vadim Zakirov
Commercial Space Technologies
11:50 From Scotland to Space Katie Millar
Skyrora
12:10 Revolutionising Spaceflight Using Only Proven Technology David Ashford
Bristol Spaceplanes
12.30 LUNCH BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATIONS DURING LUNCH BREAK

13:30 KEYNOTE
14:00 Panel
15:30 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK

16:00 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION
16:00 Inspiration for Space 2.0 from Autonomic-ANTS (Autonomous NanoTechnology Swarms) Concept missions Roy Sterritt
Ulster University
16:20 A Hybrid Nuclear / In situ Chemical Transport Architecture for the Exploitation of the Moon Mark Hempsell
Hempsell Astronautics
16:40 SESSION: SPACE TRAFFIC CONTROL
16:40 The Case for a Global Space Situational Awareness Architecture Kiran Nair
McGill University
17:00 Legal, Business and Science Case for Modular Space Access and In-orbit Services Through Geostationary Orbit Matjaz Vidmar
Royal Observatory Edinburgh
17:20 Tractor Swarm Oliver Page
SCISYS
17:40 KEYNOTE
18:20 CLOSE OF CONFERENCE Gerry Webb
British Interplanetary Society