AIAA SOSTC SpaceOps

2019 Presentations

Day 1 Presentations

Leads:
  1. Optical Comm, Cloud Computing/Networking and other Technologies for Space Operations - Sean Casey (ATLAS Space Operations)
  2. Improved operations by using modern APIs for ground station scheduling. - Mark Knapp (KSAT)
  3. Adapting and Combining Procedures to Respond to Multiple Failures - James Ong (Stottler Henke Associates, Inc.)
  4. Modern (LTE/5G) wireless networking architecture to support NASA Exploration - Siddhartha Subray / Kevin Gifford (University of Colorado Boulder)
  5. On-orbit Refueling - Thomas Odenwald (Orbit Fab)
  6. Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Testing on Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels - Michael Squire (NASA Langley Research Center)

Day 2 Presentations

Leads:
  1. The Glue of Mission Planning and Operations Systems - Larry Bryant (Jet Propulsion Lab/CalTech)
  2. HiRISE Science Operations Planning Approach - Kristin Block (University of AZ Lunar and Planetary Lab)
  3. MRO HiRISE’s Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) - Kristin Block (University of AZ Lunar and Planetary Lab)
  4. Methodologies and Tools for Repeatable, Efficient Space Operator Training and Certification - Pat Jameson (Qwaltec)
  5. Labor Estimation and Trending in an Operations Environment - Jason Laing (Omitron, Inc.)
  6. Automation Operation Concept for Next CNES Missions - Marc Duhaze (CNES)
  7. Streamlining Pre-Launch Support for Missions with Highly Variable Trajectories - Jesus Orozco (Goddard Space Flight Center - Flight Dynamics Facility)
  8. Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) - Jillian Redfern (Southwest Research Institute)
  9. Building a Science-Driven Mission Planning Tool with OSS JMARS - Christian Schaller (Lunar and Planetary Laboratory)
  10. Assessment of TLE-based Orbit Determination and Prediction for Cubesats - Alexander Smith (NASA)