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Wednesday 13 November

08:40 Notices
08:45 KEYNOTE: Wallis Laughrey, Raytheon
09:15 SESSION: SPACE TRAFFIC CONTROL
09:15 Exploiting physical mobile and networking technologies to achieve affordable near term space ranging for the UK Tim Humphries
QinetiQ
09:35 Pose Estimation for Satellite Servicing Christoph Schmitt
Jena-Optronik GmbH
09:55 DebriSat: A Ground-Based Hypervelocity Experiment to Improve Space Debris Models Shiotani Bungo
University of Florida
10:15 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK

10:40 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION
10:40 The Potential for Advanced Space Operations using Virtual and Augmented Reality Nick Howes
BMT Defence Services
11:00 Trends in space chemistry: emerging markets and potential applications Gergo Mezohegyi
InnoStudio Inc.
11:20 Mirrors for Harnessing Solar Energy on the Moon Peter Johnson
University of Alberta
11:40 Development of a Mechanical Strain Device to Prevent Microgravity-induced Bone Loss John Johnson
University of Alberta
11:40 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACEFLIGHT
12:00 Space Clusters supporting Commercialisation Joanna Hart
STFC
12:20 Foresail-1 CubeSat to demonstrate Coulomb drag and Particle Telescope experiments Rizwan Mughal
Finnish Centre of Excellence for Research in Sustainable Space
12:40 Space Elevators : History, Status and the Future Peter Robinson
International Space Elevator Consortium
13:00 LUNCH BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATIONS DURING LUNCH BREAK

13:50 Keynote
14:20 ESA STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION WINNER:
Arrangement of suborbital aircraft’s cabin for 6 passengers
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
14:40 Panel
16:00 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK

16:30 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACEFLIGHT
16:30 Attitude control in satellites flying at VLEO using aerodynamic surfaces Valentin José Cañas Muñoz
Deimos Space
16:50 Development of a 10g Femto-satellite with Active Attitude Control Zhongxu Hu
University of Glasgow
17:20 Qualification and In-Orbit-Demonstration of the PM200 Green Bi-Propellant CubeSat Propulsion System Jeroen Wink
Dawn Aerospace
17:40 Earth-to-space power delivery for small satellites Hira Virdee
Lumi Space
18:00 Breaking The Monolith: How Modular Architectural Thinking Can Save The UK Space Industry Michael Corbett
Corvos Astro Engineering
18:20 Networking drinks