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Mars: Exploration and Settlement

The Mars Exploration and Settlement Symposium will cover a range of topics pertaining to human exploration of Mars including the latest thinking on how to affordably start a program of human exploration and how to expand to settlement.  Other talks address the landing sites for a human base on Mars, as well as work to develop the space suits and habitats that will be needed to support humans on Mars.  The session will also feature presentations on innovative projects that engage a wide community in the exploration experience using virtual reality.

 

Mars in Our Time – Robert Zubrin, president and founder of The Mars Society

Low-cost Mars Exploration – Hoppy Price of JPL

Panel Discussion: Reducing the cost of Mars exploration and settlement; SpaceX – moderated by Larry Lemke, NASA veteran

Noctis Landing, A landing and base site for humans on Mars – by Pascal Lee, Mars Institute

3-D Printing a Mars Habitat Using Indigenous Materials – by Helen Wexler (CalTech Bubble-Base)

Why we need to search for life on Mars before we send people and how to do it – by Carol Stoker, NASA Ames

JPL Mars VR project for mission operations – by Victor Luo, NASA JPL

HP Mars Home Planet: designing a future human civilization on Mars, in virtual reality – Sean Young of Hewlett Packard

Cal Poly Pomona NASA X-Hab Project (2017-2018) – review by Michael Fox, Marc Schulitz, Mikhail Gershfeld, Tracy Gill and Marc Cohen, Cal Poly

Inflatable habitats tested in North Dakota – by Pablo deLeon, University of North Dakota

The MarsSuit Project: review and accomplishments to date – by Lawrence Kuznetz, UC Berkeley and NASA veteran

Regolith Processing using ERUPT: the Exhaust Recovery Utilization Processing Tool – by Patrick Anselmo Donovan, SpaceDecentral

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