International Engagement & Partnerships: Building on the Past, Boldly Collaborating for the Future Goddard Memorial Symposium. 28 Mar 2012 Dr. John Olson Director, Strategic Analysis & Integration Division Human Exploration & Operations Mission Directorate NASA Headquarters.
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28 Mar 2012
Dr. John Olson
Director, Strategic Analysis & Integration Division
Human Exploration & Operations Mission Directorate
Sustain Human Health and Performance • Ensure Systems Readiness •
Validate Operational Procedures
1,200 experiments supporting 1,600 scientists in 63 counties
Observing Planet Earth:
Documenting global change and geographic events; aiding in disaster relief
Improving Life Support: 70-80% water and air recycling on ISS
Improving Zero-G Health:
Bone loss prevention through exercise and space medicine
ISS Research and Developmental Technologies: Closed-loop life support • Advanced monitoring & control • In-space assembly • Maintainability • supportability and logistics • Solar panels and batteries • EVA technologies • Automated systems • Exercise systems • Medical care • Food systems
International Cooperation = Vital
Mars: Ultimate Goal for All Scenarios
Deep Space Habitat at
Earth-Moon Lagrange Point1
Earth-Moon Lagrange L1
Near-term Focus on Guiding Capabilities, Technologies and Leveraging ISS
Long-term Focus is Discovery Driven and Enhanced by Emerging Technologies
Given their broad-based benefits, International Partnerships are essential.
The Global Exploration Roadmap is consistent with NASA’s Capability-Driven Framework for Human Space Exploration.