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September 12-16, 2011
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA 91125

The following public events were made possible due to the generous sponsorship of Lockheed-Martin Corporation.

Team Explorer Final Presentation
(video)
Team Voyager Final Presentation
(video)
Paul Abell, Lead Scientist, Astromaterial Research and Exploration Science, NASA-Johnson Space Center Near-Earth Objects: Targets for Future Human Exploration, Solar System Science, and Planetary Defense
(video)
John Baker, Manager, Human and Robotic Mission Systems Office, NASA-JPL Building blocks for sending humans to a NEO
(video)
Andrew Cheng, Chief Scientist, Applied Physics Laboratory, The John Hopkins University Surveys for NEO Exploration
(video)
Bret Drake - Teleconference, Exploration Architect, Exploration Systems and Mission Office, NASA-Johnson Space Center Architectures for Human Exploration of Near Earth Asteroids
(video)
Josh Hopkins, Space Exploration Architect, Lockheed Martin Space Company Keeping Asteroid Missions Simple: The Plymouth Rock Concept
(video)
Takashi Kubota, Professor, Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences, JAXA Advanced Challenges in Hayabusa Asteroid Sample Return Mission
(video)
Damon Landau, Mission Design Engineer, Outer Planet Mission Analysis Group, NASA-JPL Trajectory Design and Optimization for human exploration of Near Earth Objects
(pdf) (video)
Pascal Renten, University of Stuttgart ISECG and NEA Scenarios - A student's perspective
(video)
Gerhard Schwehm, Rosetta Mission Manager, Head of Planetary Science Division, European Space Agency The Making of Rosetta: From the Dream of a Comet- Nucleus Sample-Return Mission to a Comet Orbiter and Lander Mission
(video)
Ron Turner, Fellow, Analytic Services Inc. Radiation Risks and Challenges Associated with a Human Mission to an Asteroid
(video)
Don Yeomans, Senior Research Scientist and JPL Fellow, Manager Near Earth Object Program Office, NASA - JPL Why go to a Near Earth Object (NEO)?
(video)

 

For questions contact: Prakhar Mehrotra, Jon Mihaly, or Michele Judd

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