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the changing economics of space fostering partnerships between the uk and texas 16 april 2012

The Changing Economics of Space: Fostering Partnerships Between the UK and Texas16 April 2012

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HSF Roadmap

Deep

Space

Solar System

Learn

Learn

Learn

Learn

Explore

Explore

Explore

Explore

Cis- Lunar

Operate

Operate

Operate

Operate

LEO

Aero

Comm. Space

NASA Human Exploration

NASA SMD, Robotic Precursors , Observatories

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26

Distance – KM*10^

slide3

HSF Policy Evolution

Integration of Multiple Systems, Multi-lateral Partnerships - ISS Program is Prototypical Example of Success

Space Shuttle

ISS: NASA, Canada,

Russia, Japan, ESA

Apollo Soyuz

NASA,

International,

Commercial,

Technology,

Academia

Space Race:

US vs. Soviet Union

Increasing Collaboration

slide4

Keys to Relevance

Sustainability

Int’l partnerships

Spin-off technology

Knowledge/education

New industries

Life on Earth

Societal, political, &

economic impact

Other agencies

Other industries

Human Spaceflight

Exploration

Technology

Research

Relevance

Affordability

Spin-in technology

Collaborative development

Commercial practices

The Challenge: Establish leadership and momentum of sustainable, global human exploration enterprise consistent with Agency goals

jsc goals
JSC Goals

Vision: JSC leads a global enterprise in human space exploration that is sustainable, affordable, and benefits all humankind.

  • Goals:
  • Lead Human Exploration: Exploit the ISS as a cornerstone of human exploration :Enable the commercialization of LEO; Extend human exploration beyond LEO
  • 2.Lead Internationally: Leverage ISS experience to lead international participation in human space exploration; Guide development of Agency Global Exploration Roadmap; Champion international participation in development of exploration capabilities
  • 3.Excel in Leadership and Management: Lead through innovative technical and business management practices; Lead by fully engaging the Human Spaceflight team
  • 4.Expand Relevance to Life on Earth: Intertwine JSC in mutually beneficial partnerships for economic and societal impact; Inform, educate and engage all generations to advance human space exploration; Strategically communicate JSC’s relevance in terms meaningful to our stakeholders
slide6

Centerpiece of human spaceflight thru 2020

  • Premier International Scientific Laboratory
  • 11 years continuous crew operation
  • International partnership of 15 countries
  • Crew of six, 200 people have worked aboard
  • Length of a football field, size of 5 bedroom house
  • 152 space walks, almost 1,000 hours

International Space Station

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Commercial Access to Low Earth Orbit

  • Commercial Orbital Transportation System (cargo) 2012 milestones:
    • Orbital demo mission to ISS
    • SpaceX cargo mission to ISS
  • Commercial Crew Development
    • Anticipate that one or more commercial crew systems will be available for transportation of astronauts to and from the ISS – by middle of this decade

ATK

Note: Representative images, vehicles are not to scale

orion spacecraft
Orion Spacecraft
  • New flagship of future human space exploration
  • Designed and managed at JSC along with life support, space suits, and astronaut training
  • Upcoming milestones
    • 1Q 2012: Orion flight test vehicle ships from MAF to KSC
    • June 2012: Orion flight test vehicle initial power-up
    • Oct. 2012: Orion flight test vehicle crew module/service module mating
    • April 2013: Orion flight test vehicle launch abort system mating
    • 1Q 2014: Exploration Flight Test -1
technology and advanced exploration systems
Technology and Advanced Exploration Systems
  • Challenges must be solved before missions begin
    • How will astronauts live in deep space?
    • What systems are required?
    • How reduce risk and cost?
  • Numerous technology and AES projects underway to solve critical technical problems of deep space exploration
  • Key areas:
    • Crew systems
    • Vehicle systems
    • Operations
jsc recent progress
JSC Recent Progress
  • Operating International Space Station through at least 2020
    • Premier National Laboratory and Commercial Space Destination
  • Enabling Commercial Space with Expertise and Facilities
    • Leaning processes and facilities to provide competitive services
  • JSC leading development of MPCV, Supporting SLS
    • MPCV value approximate $1.1B annually
  • JSC Advanced Exploration Systems Development Work
  • Leading International Partners on Global Exploration Architecture
  • Expanding Partnerships Producing Mutual Benefits
    • Spin-off NASA technology to Energy, Safety, Medical, Automotive, etc.
  • Enhancing University Relationships
    • Integral Partners in Technology Development
  • Developing Innovative Partnership Mechanisms
    • BAYTECH Established to Facilitate New Business Opportunities
    • HTC Technology Acceleration Center at JSC
    • Expanding relationship with Greater Huston Partnership
    • Supporting new Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization
partnerships
Partnerships
  • Johns Hopkins, LSU, Princeton, Rice, Univ. of Oklahoma, Univ. of Maine, Sam Houston, Texas A&M, …
  • Reimbursable:
  • OCT, LaRC, GSFC, JPL, ARC, MSFC, DFRC, GRC, SMD, NSF, FAA, Draper Labs, Sandia, SwRI, LM, NG, Ball Aero, ULA, Ad Astra, Orbital, Bigelow, GE, ATK, Honeywell, ESA, FAA, Vacco, Scaled Composites, Petrofac , BAYTECH,
  • SPACE-X …
  • Reimbursable
  • DOD, USAF, US Army, US Army Redstone, AFRL, AMRDEC, DARPA, USNMDA, NRO, USN NUWC, DNDO, DOE, DOT, NOAA, FDA, USCG, MATEC, NCMS…
  • Reimbursable
  • Sense-Comm Technology, VF Imagewear, Inc. Wendell Hull, Halliburton, Carbon Carbon, Envirogen, Gentex, QINIKIQ, Yardney, Lockheed …
  • Reimbursable
  • Aerospace
  • Adv Materials & Manufacturing
  • DOD/DHS
  • Academia
  • DOE, BP, Boston Power, Underwriters Laboratories, Shell Oil, Dow Chemical, Halliburton…
  • Reimbursable
  • OSHA, USAF, US Navy, FDA,Wyle, Gates, Ford, GE, American Physical Society, Orthofix, Biomat, Texas Children’s Hospital…
  • Reimbursable
  • Department of Transportation (DOT), Chrysler, General Motors (GM), NASCAR, Indy Racing League, Honda…
  • Reimbursable

Total

Partnerships:

>$ 70M

  • Energy & Chemical
  • Life Sciences
  • Transportation
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VISION

To reach for new heights and

reveal the unknown, so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind

MISSION

Drive advances in science, technology, and exploration to enhance knowledge, education, innovation, economic vitality, and stewardship of Earth

STRATEGIES

1: Invest in next-generation

technologies & approaches

2: Inspire students to be our future through interactions with NASA

3: Expand partnerships

4: Commit to environmental stewardship

5: Secure the public trust through transparency and accountability