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Advanced In-Space Operations

Our symposium Advanced In-Space Operations (AISOs) is about the next crucial stage in space development – a stage necessary for enhancing services for Earth and for bringing humans onto orbiting cities and planetary surfaces.  AISOs encompass all emerging on-orbit technologies for servicing spacecraft, whether by repair, recharging, or refueling.  AISOs also encompass the emerging technologies for removing the 6,300 tons of orbital debris threatening the Earth-orbiting satellites that provide services in navigation, banking and finance, radio and TV, weather reporting, environmental monitoring, and person-to-person communications.  Symposium speakers will provide vivid audio-visual examples of new spacecraft and tele-robotic/robotic devices, which will carry out on-orbit servicing and orbital debris cleanup.  Speakers will also describe the national and international policies that must be embraced to facilitate the development of such in-space operations and spacecraft.  In short, this symposium will illuminate for you the set of emerging spacecraft and policies that make our modern way of life and future space plans possible.

20,000 New Satellites: What, Me Worry?; Orbital debris issues overview – by Al Anzaldua

On-Orbit Servicing: Paving the Legal (and Economic) Path for These Invasive but Necessary Missions; Policy, law, & economic issues involved with On-Orbit Servicing of Spacecraft – by Michelle Hanlon

Successful Handling of Space Debris – Don’t Depend on Space Treaties!; Infrastructure & Institutions for Active Debris Removal – by Tanya Sienko

Lightsheet sensor for the detection of orbital debris or meteoroids in interplanetary space”; Description of how the Optical Orbital Debris Spotter works – by Chris Englert

Can Orbital Debris Crowding Lead to Prohibitive Satellite Costs?; A dynamic economic model of space debris accumulation – by Dr. Brendan Cunningham

Space Debris Removal for Fun and Profit!; Commercially salvaging orbital debris for space fabrication – by Marshall Kaplan

NanoRacks: The First Commercial Space Station Company with Customers; Description of NanoRacks projects – by Sam Wald

On-Orbit Refueling & Servicing; Extending spacecraft life by refueling on-orbit – by Dallas Bienhoff

The Restore-L Servicing Mission; NASA’s mission to test technology for On-Orbit Servicing – by Brent Robertson

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