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Thursday 26 October 2017

The third day of Reinventing Space 2017 features ideas beyond LEO – applications and looking to the far future.

The Beyond Earth Orbit session will explore the plans to expand beyond Earth orbit, both for exploration and exploitation of new resources. Resources from the moon, Mars and Near Earth Asteroids all have great promise for the terrestrial economy and space propulsion, but what are the stepping stones to achieve this?

Fundamental to a number of the new commercial opportunities are technology breakthroughs. Laser communications, cubesat propulsion, solar sails, on-board advanced data processing all promise to deliver enhance the performance of the next generation satellites.

 

07:55 WOMEN IN AEROSPACE BREAKFAST
The UK chapter of Women In Aerospace Europe was launched at RISpace 2016.WIA-E have a special breakfast event organised for Thursday morning. Come early and enjoy coffee and pastries!
08:40 ANNOUNCEMENTS
The day’s events will be outlined
Scott Hatton
British Interplanetary Society
08:45 KEYNOTE
Maria Kalama works for the space team at Innovate UK as an Innovation Lead for Satellite Communications.During the last four years she has been overseeing the UK’s participation to the European Space Agency Telecommunications programme and a portfolio of national space programmes which includes In Orbit Demonstration. Always enthusiastic about the next innovation in space, she has facilitated numerous key collaborations and hundreds of millions of pounds worth of investment in the UK’s most promising businesses.
Maria Kalama
Lead, Satellite Communications
Innovate UK
09:15 BEYOND EARTH ORBIT SESSION
The Beyond Earth Orbit session explores plans to expand beyond Earth orbit, both for exploration and exploitation of new resources. Resources from the moon, Mars and Near Earth Asteroids all have great promise for the terrestrial economy and space propulsion, but what are the stepping stones to achieve this?
Chair
Didier Alary
Airbus
09:20 BEYOND EARTH ORBIT: PAPER
25: Asteroids and Space Debris: Threat or Opportunity? Major Achievements from the Stardust Network
Massimiliano Vasile
University of Strathclyde
09:40 BEYOND EARTH ORBIT: PAPER
26: Autonomous Micro-Rovers for Future Planetary Exploration and Terrestrial Sensing
Mark Post
University of Strathclyde
10:00 BEYOND EARTH ORBIT: PAPER
27: Lunar Industry Base. Stepping Stones for Its Development
Mykhailo Kaliapin
Yuzhnoye State Design Office
10:20 MORNING BREAK
Networking break


POSTER PRESENTATION 47: Lunar Mission One: The Drilling Challenge
David Iron, Lunar Mission One

10:45 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES III SESSION
Fundamental to a number of new commercial opportunities are technology breakthroughs. Laser communications, cubesat propulsion, solar sails, on-board advanced data processing all promise to deliver enhance the performance of the next generation satellites. The Enabling Technologies sessions explore these advanced concepts.
Chair
Christopher Long
Orbital ATK
10:45 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES III: PAPER
Enabling Space Missions with Rideshare Using an Innovative Propulsive ESPA Free Flying Platform
Tim Rumford
Orbital ATK
11:00 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES III: PAPER
28: Applications of Responsive Small Satellites with MIT TILE Electrospray Propulsion
Ciara McGrath
University of Strathclyde
11:20 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IV SESSION: PAPER
29: Chemistry in space: perspectives and tools
Ferenc Darvas
ThalesNano Nanotechnology Inc.
11:40 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES III: PAPER
30: LightTouch3: a demo mission to test laser ablation for asteroid manipulation and exploitation
Massimiliano Vasile
University of Strathclyde
12:00 PANEL: WHAT IS A SPACEPORT FOR?
The panellists represent active or proposed spaceports with diverse locations and histories. Each spaceport location could be developed to serve many types of space launching activity. From research sounding rockets, technology tests and education to orbiting satellites and space tourism, the possibilities are legion and it is hoped that the discussion will be wide-ranging and stimulating.


Panellists

  • Jeff Cole, Director, Capital Ambassadors
  • Mark Roberts CBE, B D Director: Air Space @ Intel Defence and Security, Atkins
  • Odd Roger Enoksen, Managing Director, Andoya Rocket Range
Chair
Gerry Webb
Commercial Space Technologies Ltd
13:00 LUNCH
Break


POSTER PRESENTATION 40: Emissions and environmental impact from the next generation of launch systems
Christie Maddock, Robert Garner, University of Strathclyde

14:00 BOOK LAUNCH
SPACE TRAFFIC CONTROL
Dr Stuart Eves
14:15 KEYNOTE
Moriba Jah is an Associate Professor in the Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Department at the University of Texas at Austin, and directs the ASTRIA research programme.His research interests are in non-gravitational astrodynamics and advanced/non-linear multi-sensor/object tracking, prediction, and information fusion. His expertise is in space object detection, tracking, identification, and characterisation, as well as spacecraft navigation.
Moriba Jah
Department of Aerospace Engineering
University of Texas at Austin
14:45 SPACE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS SESSION
Space Situational Awareness (SSA) refers to the ability to view, understand and predict the physical location of natural and manmade objects in orbit around the Earth, with the objective of avoiding collisions. SSA has become a prominent concern for both military and commercial systems and this session will discuss various issues pertinent to the subject.


Chair
Tom Kubancik
Applied Defense Solutions
14:50 SPACE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS: PAPER
31: A Passive Debris Tracking Systems in Support to Future Space Traffic Management
Ilias Theodorou
University of Strathclyde
15:10 SPACE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS: PAPER
32: The evolving missions of SSA and STM
George (Rick) Vazquez
The Aerospace Corporation
15:30 SPACE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS: PAPER
33: Precision Orbital Placement Advanced Systems and Services
Guillermo Bosch
Weintraus LLC
15:50 AFTERNOON BREAK
Networking break
16:20
16:50 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IV SESSION

 

Chair:
Tim Rumford
Orbital ATK
16:50 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IV SESSION: PAPER
34: Rigid Boom Electrodynamic Tethers for satellite de-orbiting and propulsion
Alexandru Cornogolub
Surrey Space Centre
17:10 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IV: PAPER
35: Advancing On Orbit Assembly with the Intelligent Space Assembly Robotic System: the Path to Flight
Dakota Wenberg
United States Naval Academy
17:30 ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES IV SESSION: PAPER
36: Space Science as a Service: Twinkle – a commercial satellite for astrophysics
Marcell Tessenyi
Blue Skies Space Ltd.
17:50 CLOSE OF THE 15th REINVENTING SPACE CONFERENCE
Conclusions from the past three days
Stuart Eves
SSTL
19:00 SIR ARTHUR C CLARKE 100th ANNIVERSARY DINNER
This takes place at the City Chambers, George Square, a short walk from the TIC
19:05 Drinks in Picture Gallery, Glasgow City Chambers
19:30 Call To dinner
19:45 Speeches and Civic Welcome
20:00 Dinner Served
22:30 Last orders
23:00 Carriages

 

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