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ASTE 527 Space Exploration Architectures Concept Synthesis Studio Final Team Concept Architecture Presentations. Return To The Moon: Looking Glass 204. Seaver Science Library Auditorium SSL150 Monday December 15th, 2008, 6.00-9.30pm Astronautics and Space Technology Division

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return to the moon looking glass 204

ASTE 527

Space Exploration Architectures Concept Synthesis Studio

Final Team Concept Architecture Presentations

Return To The Moon: Looking Glass 204

Seaver Science Library Auditorium SSL150

Monday December 15th, 2008, 6.00-9.30pm

Astronautics and Space Technology Division

Viterbi School of Engineering

University of Southern California

aste527 space concepts studio
ASTE527 Space Concepts Studio
  • 3 Unit Graduate Elective
  • Interdisciplinary participants
  • Create original concepts – pre-engineering
  • Guest lecturers – topics and review
  • Individual concept at midterm
  • Team Project at Finals

Looking Glass 204 Overview

project background
Project Background
  • NASA plans to return people to the Moon by 2020
  • Mars Forward Vision
  • International Cooperation
  • Contracts have been issued to build vehicles and systems to execute this program
  • We are embarked on crewed missions beyond Earth Orbit
  • It will cost US taxpayers about $150 billion in the next decade
  • Robotic buildup philosophy

Looking Glass 204 Overview

usc team project background
USC Team Project Background
  • Using NASA plans :
  • What can we do besides executing Mars Forward Vision ?
  • Tasked to enhance NASA Vision with “permanent assets” which can benefit all humanity
  • Do it in the short term – 2015-2025
  • Robots + Crew philosophy

Looking Glass 204 Overview

specific goals
Crew Safety First Philosophy

Establish a sturdy, permanent Earth-Moon communications link

Establish a permanent settlement

Establish Suite of Lunar Observatories

Geology and Astrobiology Traverse

Live Off the Land

Inspire a new generation - Outreach

Specific Goals

Looking Glass 204 Overview

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Invited Lecturers Reviewers and Guests

Dr.Buzz Aldrin – Crew member, Apollo 11

Bradley Bartz – President ABC Solar, Contributer Space Daily

Prof. Robert Brodsky – USC Astronautics, Retd. Director of Technology, TRW

Dr.Marc Cohen AIA – Space Architect, Habitability Group, Northrop Grumman

Dr.Peter Diamandis - Chairman X Prize Foundation, Founder ISU

Prof. Dan Erwin – Chairman, USC Astronautics Division

Boris Fritz - Director of Materials and Processes Lab, Northrop Grumman

Catherine Girardey - TSAT Advanced SatComm Group, Director BWIL, Boeing Space Systems

Prof. Mike Gruntman – Director, USC Masters Program in Astronautics

Col.Bill Haynes(USAF Retd.) – Retd. Manager Skylab Crew Systems, Test/Fighter Pilot

Robert Jacobsen – President, 62 Mile Club

Dr.Alvar Kabe, Director Structural Dynamics Division, Aerospace Corporation

Prof. Behrokh Khoshnevis – Industrial and Systems Engineering, Director CRAFT, USC

Dan Levack - Advanced Concepts Group, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Eric Mankin – USC News

Jaret Matthews - Chief Engineer, ATHLETE, Advanced Robotics Systems Manager, NASA JPL

David Nixon RIBA – Space Architect

Prof. Doug Noble – Associate Dean, USC School of Architecture

Iliona Outram - Director, Calearth Institute

Dr.Knut Oxnevad - President SIMTANO, Concurrent Design Engineering company

Dr.Ken Phillips, Curator, California Science Center Aerospace Museum

Michael Potter – Member of ISU Board of Trustees, Paradigm Ventures

Ed Repic - Retd. Advanced Projects Manager, Rockwell Intl

Gene Rogers - Chief Technologist, Boeing Space and Network Systems

Prof. Marc Schiler – Director, Building Science Program, USC School of Architecture

Dr.Anita Sengupta - Mars Science Laboratory, NASA JPL

Prof. Stan Settles – Director, System Architecting Engineering, USC

George Shannon – Advanced Concepts Group, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Jim Shoji - Advanced Concepts Group, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Robert Solheim – Product Development Manager, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Alice Taylor – Photonica Inc., Formerly Director with Boeing Homeland Security

Prof. Firdaus Udwadia – Aerospace, Civil, Systems Engineering, USC

Prof. Harvey Wichman - Director of Aerospace Pyschology Lab, Claremont McKenna College

Prof. Peter Will – Director, Robotics, Fellow Information Sciences Institute, USC

Looking Glass 204 Overview