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Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 - ILOA

  1. 1. Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 - Tokyo ギャラクシーフォーラム 2011 International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA) <ul>Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Saturday December 8, 2011, 13:00pm – 17:00pm Networking Reception 17:30 – 20:00 </ul><ul>Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Saturday December 8, 2011, 13:00pm – 17:00pm Networking Reception 17:30 – 20:00 </ul>
  2. 2. International Lunar Observatory Association 国際月面天文台協会 December 2011 Update <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Steve Durst, Joseph Sulla, Phil Merrell </ul><ul><li>Galactic / Inter-Stellar
  3. 3. Earth – Moon / Inter- Global
  4. 4. Hawaiian
  5. 5. Multi-Functiona l </li></ul><ul>ILOA / Space Age Publishing Company Hawai`i and California, USA </ul>
  6. 6. <ul>Galaxy Forum Architecture 21 st Century Education 21 世紀の教育 </ul><ul><li>California, USA
  7. 7. Hawaii, USA
  8. 8. Kansas, USA
  9. 9. Vancouver, Canada
  10. 10. Beijing, China
  11. 11. Shanghai, China
  12. 12. Bangalore, India
  13. 13. Prague, Czech Republic
  14. 14. Tokyo, Japan
  15. 15. New York, USA
  16. 16. Cape Town, South Africa
  17. 17. Scope for 2012 Expansion : South America: Chile, Brazil, Mexico; Malaysia and Singapore </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  18. 18. Galaxy Forum Japan: Looking Forward to 2012 2012 年に実現することを期待 Provisional Date: Saturday 1 September 2012 <ul>Goals: Galaxy 21 st Century Education </ul><ul><li>Facilitate increased participation of teachers </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Establish connections with schools
  19. 19. Share existing networks like Miraikan's community
  20. 20. Provide logistical support / resources to teachers in the form of transportation
  21. 21. Improve scheduling to suit school calendar </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Develop awareness of / support for Japan participation in ILOA Moon missions </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  22. 22. <ul>ILOA - 3 Missions </ul><ul><li>ILO-X Precursor Mission
  23. 23. ILO-X プリカーサルミッション
  24. 24. (NLT 2014) </li></ul><ul><li>ILO Human Service Mission </li></ul>ILO 有人サービスミッション <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul><li>ILO-1 Polar Mission
  25. 25. ILO-1 ポーラーミッション </li></ul><ul><li>(NET 2014) </li></ul>
  26. 26. <ul>2011 ILOA Donation for Japan Galaxy 21 st Century Renewal </ul><ul><li>US$10,000 ILOA donation to Kodomo Uchu Mirai (Children Space Future) Association, KU-MA, with cooperation of Dr. Yasunori Matagowa
  27. 27. Support Galaxy 21st Century Education & Space Age Renewal throughout Japan
  28. 28. Courage and Resilience shown by people of Japan are integral traits for Galaxy Education, Exploration and Enterprise </li></ul>Rather than Rebuild the Past, Create the Future - Explore the Galaxy <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  29. 29. <ul>International Lunar Observatory ILO-1: Polar Mission </ul><ul><li>ILO to be Located at ‘Malapert’ Mountain
  30. 30. ‘ Electrification’ of the Moon </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  31. 31. <ul>Shackleton / Malapert Mountain Crater Location </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Graphic: Paul van Susante </ul>
  32. 32. <ul>Lunar South Pole – Kaguya </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  33. 33. <ul>かぐや Selenological and Engineering Explorer </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Selene-2 Lander Probe </ul>
  34. 34. <ul>Lunar South Pole – Chang’e-1 </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  35. 35. <ul>Lunar South Pole: Chandrayaan-1 </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>TMC Image </ul><ul>MIP Image </ul><ul>Malapert </ul>
  36. 36. <ul>Lunar South Pole – USA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>South Pole with Aitken Basin via LROC Wide angle camera - 50km </ul><ul>LRO – artist’s conception </ul>
  37. 37. GRAIL & ARTEMIS <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  38. 38. <ul>Lunar South Pole GIS Landing Site Data Set </ul><ul><li>Reconcile lunar data from the orbiters of USA (LRO, Prospector and Clementine), China (Chang-e 1), India (Chandrayaan-1), Japan (Kaguya / SELENE), Europe (SMART-1) and other ground-based data including Arecibo.
  39. 39. Engaged on Hawaii Island, USA by the ILOA, Canada France Hawaii Telescope, University of Hawaii at Hilo and independent GIS experts.
  40. 40. Identify promising areas for an ideal landing site for the NET 2012 South Polar Moon ILO-1 mission </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  41. 41. <ul>Primary and Secondary ILO Mission Objectives: </ul><ul><li>First Light Galaxy Imaging
  42. 42. Initial landing site observation, local surveillance
  43. 43. Earth observations: albedo, geocorona, etc.
  44. 44. Search for Earth-like planets
  45. 45. Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI)
  46. 46. Analyze interstellar molecules to determine origin of Solar System
  47. 47. VLF observation
  48. 48. Observe signs of life on Mars, Europa, Titan, etc.
  49. 49. Search for dangerous NEOs
  50. 50. Sun-Earth observations, solar storm warnings
  51. 51. More </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  52. 52. <ul>ILO Galaxy First Light Imaging ILO ギャラクシーのファーストライト撮像 </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  53. 53. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>NASA/JPL-Caltech, artist’s image </ul>
  54. 54. <ul>Why Galaxy Education, Consciousness & Awareness is Important for the 21st Century: </ul><ul><li>General Education – for primary, secondary higher, and highest education: Knowledge, understanding of humanity’s place in the Universe – our Milky Way Galaxy occupies a mid-position domain between Solar System finiteness and Cosmos infinity
  55. 55. Higher Education: Astrophysics / Astronomy – Galaxy studies internationally are of increasing interest and value; study of our local stellar neighborhood for familiarity; center / central 10 parsecs with supermassive black hole is most dynamic region of Milky Way
  56. 56. History of Human Civilization / Archaeoastronomy
  57. 57. NASA, World Space Agencies – 21st Century Program and Policy Development Advance through Galaxy understanding
  58. 58. Galacticity – may be as important for the 21st Century, as is Relativity to 20th </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  59. 59. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>ILO Imaging Galaxy Center 21 st Century </ul><ul>EarthRise Photo: Apollo 8 20 th Century </ul>
  60. 60. <ul><li>Two Major Spiral Arms: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Scutum-Centaurus & Perseus </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Two Minor Spiral Arms: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Norma & Sagittarius </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Far-3 Kiloparsec Minor Spiral Arm just identified via radio-telescope survey </li></ul><ul><ul><li>2008 – Robert Benjamin, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater </li></ul></ul><ul>The Milky Way Galaxy </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  61. 61. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  62. 62. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Andrea Ghez UCLA Galactic Center Group Keck Observatory </ul><ul>Stellar Orbits in the Central Arcsec </ul><ul>Adaptive Optics </ul>
  63. 63. <ul>Galaxy Garden / Jon Lomberg Kona, Hawai`i Island </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  64. 64. <ul>Barbara Morgan 1st Teacher in Space 1st Teacher in Space </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  65. 65. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  66. 66. <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Hubble Deep Field, December 1995 </ul>
  67. 67. <ul>Galaxy Education Resources </ul><ul>International Space University : Graduate-level training to future leaders of the emerging global space community at locations around the world. - Walter Peeters, President The Planetary Society : Inspires and involves the world's public in space exploration through advocacy, projects, and education. - Bill Nye, Executive Director SETI : Mission of the SETI Institute is to explore, understand and explain the origin, nature and prevalence of life in the universe - Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer Space Generation Advisory Council : Represents students and young space professionals to the United Nations, States, and space agencies. - Michael Brett / Catherine Doldirina, Co-Chairperson Students for the Exploration and Development of Space : Dedicated to expanding the role of human exploration through education. - Daniel Pastuf, Chair </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  68. 68. <ul>Galaxy Education Resources </ul><ul>Challenger Center : Learning Center Network gives students hands-on experience in science, engineering, research and space missions. - June Scobee Rodgers, Founding Director and Chairman Galaxy Zoo : ‘Citizen Science’ online astronomy project that invites members of the public to assist in classifying over a million galaxies. - Dan Andreescu, Kate Land, Chris Lintott, etc. UCLA Galactic Center Group : Leading Galactic Center research group, dedicated to researching the innermost regions of the Milky Way. - Andrea Ghez, Principal Investigator Teachers in Space, Space Frontier Foundation : Giving teachers the opportunity to experience space firsthand via NewSpace companies. - Edward Wright, Project Manager Federation of Galaxy Explorers : Seeks to inspire and educate kids in space related science and engineering, including Moon Base One Initiative. - Nicholas Eftimiades, Founder / Chairperson of the Board </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  69. 69. <ul>Galaxy Education Resources </ul>UCLA Galactic Center Group
  70. 70. <ul>Lunar Commercial Communications: </ul><ul>The International Lunar Observatory requires communications capacity to transmit astrophysical data to satisfy its primary mission. Bandwidth not utilized for astrophysical data can be made available on a commercial basis. </ul><ul>Pre-sold Bandwidth </ul><ul>Bandwidth Available Upon Emplacement (May be pre-sold when launch date set) </ul><ul>Future Need </ul><ul>Space Calendar Broadcast This Space Calendar will be transmitted from the Moon. Advertisers will pay a premium rate for transmission of their ads from the lunar surface. </ul><ul>Internet Search Engine Giants Search engine giants, such as Google and Yahoo, as well as other internet businesses, will be able to purchase bandwidth and use it to provide special services from the lunar surface, which might include local imagery. Interactive games may be developed which actually take place on the Moon. </ul><ul>Specialty Advertising Opportunities Large corporations will be able to use a Moon email system to capture the attention and interest of consumers for products which may relate to any of the numerous associations modern culture attributes to Luna. </ul><ul>In Situ Communications and Monitoring Capabilities for Robotic Project Operators As the wave of robotic and mining/excavation missions arrive on the lunar surface, they will do so with the knowledge that communications and surface monitoring capabilities in the region of Malapert Mountain and Shackleton Crater will be in place and available for purchase. </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>Commercial Usage of Additional Bandwidth </ul>
  71. 71. <ul>‘ The First, Best Space Calendar in the Business’ www.spacecalendar.com </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>
  72. 72. <ul>ILO-X: Precursor Mission </ul><ul><li>US$30M Google Lunar X Prize
  73. 73. Intek Advanced Communications, Odyssey Moon / MDA
  74. 74. ILO 2 Kg Technology Demonstrator Payload
  75. 75. Equatorial Mission
  76. 76. Galaxy First Light Imaging, Lunar / Earth
  77. 77. Observation
  78. 78. Communications / Broadcasting </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  79. 79. <ul>ILO-X ‘Moon Express’ Rapid Development Program Rapid Development Program </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>PHASE 1: Prototype unit with hyperspectral PHASE 2: Prototype system and Global demo PHASE 3: Flight Qualification System </ul>
  80. 80. <ul>ILO-X: Precursor Mission </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  81. 81. <ul>ILO Human Service Mission </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  82. 82. <ul>Inter-Global / Cislunar System </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>ILOA: Hawaii </ul><ul>ILO: Malapert </ul>
  83. 83. <ul>Global / Interglobal Missions With Directors, Resources and Affiliates from Around the World </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  84. 84. <ul>A Global / Interglobal Mission </ul><ul><li>Canada – Canada France Hawai`i Telescope Corporation, MDA, University of British Columbia Astronomy Department, CASCA, National Research Council, Canada Space Agency
  85. 85. China – National Astronomical Observatory of China, Beijing Planetarium, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Society of Astronautics, CNSA
  86. 86. India – India Space Research Organization, Physical Research Laboratory, Indian Institute of Astrophysics
  87. 87. Japan – NAOJ, JAXA / JSPECS, Shimizu Corporation, Miraikan
  88. 88. Europe – Space-X Space Exploration Institute, European Space Agency
  89. 89. Russia – Keldysh Institute, Vernadsky Institute, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Russia Space Agency
  90. 90. Hawai`i / USA – Kimo Pihana, UH Hilo Astronomy / Space Age Publishing Company, American Astronautical Society, SpaceDev, NASA
  91. 91. Africa / Cape Town, South Africa – South Africa Astronomical Observatory, IAU Office of Astronomy for Development, Astronomy Society of Southern Africa </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  92. 92. ILOA Affiliates
  93. 93. <ul>ILOA / ILO Assets </ul><ul><li>2 MDA studies 2008-2010
  94. 94. 6 SpaceDev Studies 2003-2008 (ILO / Human Service Mission)
  95. 95. Moon Express – Concept of Operations Contract for ILO-X instrument
  96. 96. MoUs with CFHT, NAOC / International Partnerships
  97. 97. AMIE Camera, Cisco Systems Router
  98. 98. ILOA Updates / Website / Office
  99. 99. Galaxy Forum Architecture 2008 - present
  100. 100. Non-Profit 501(c)3 Status
  101. 101. Board of Directors, Exec. Committee with Operating Reserves
  102. 102. Next Board of Directors Meeting 19-20 December 2011, Hawaii Island </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  103. 103. <ul>Why Is Hawai`i Important to Space Exploration? </ul><ul>Geographic Advantages: </ul><ul><li>Center of Pacific Hemisphere
  104. 104. Southern-most site in USA / equatorial proximity
  105. 105. Mid-Pacific islands bi-directional launch capacity (equatorial or polar)
  106. 106. Mauna Kea – highest point in Pacific
  107. 107. Moon-like terrain for use as analog test site </li></ul><ul>And ALOHA! </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  108. 108. <ul>Mauna Kea Summit Observatories </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>30m Telescope (TMT) </ul><ul><li>4206 meters / 13,796 feet elevation – tallest mountain in Pacific Ocean
  109. 109. Global center of Earth-based astronomy
  110. 110. 12 nations represented – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Japan, The Netherlands, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Hawaii / USA, India, China </li></ul>
  111. 111. <ul>The ILO is Multi-Functional </ul><ul><li>Astrophysical Observatory
  112. 112. Power Station
  113. 113. Communications Center
  114. 114. Site Characterizer
  115. 115. Property Rights Agent
  116. 116. Virtual Dynamic Nexus Website
  117. 117. Hawai`i Astronomy Booster
  118. 118. Toehold for Human Lunar Buildout </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  119. 119. <ul>ILOA Associates / Institutional Membership </ul><ul><li>Observation : In-situ lunar characterization; Stars, Moon, Earth; Science, Research, Development
  120. 120. Communication : uplink / downlink nodes for surface and Earth line-of-sight relay
  121. 121. Education : supports Galaxy Forum 21st Century architecture
  122. 122. Open to: Space and government agencies, Aerospace and NewSpace companies, private individuals, science and astronomy institutes, universities
  123. 123. Enterprise: establish 21st Century permanent lunar presence </li></ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011
  124. 124. <ul>For more information about the ILOA, contact: </ul><ul>ALOHA! </ul><ul>International Lunar Observatory Association </ul>Galaxy Forum Japan 2011 <ul>International Lunar Observatory Association 65-1230 Mamalahoa Highway, D-20 Kamuela, HI 96743 Phone 808-885-3474 Fax 808-885-3475 Email info@iloa.org Web http://www.iloa.org </ul>

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