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Collaboration is the key to sustainable space exploration and development

Collaboration is the key to sustainable space exploration and development
Presented by Bruce Pittman, Chief System Engineer, NASA Space Portal

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    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Bruce Pittman Chief System Engineer, NASA Space Portal THEME: Collaboration is the key to sustainable space exploration and development • ISS is a great example of international cooperation • The number of countries with significant space capabilities is growing rapidly • How these international agreements are structured is crucial (win/win) • Great potential for non aerospace States to get involved • Commercial companies can assist in this [1]
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Dan Bland CEO, JAMSS America, Inc. THEME: Hawaii/Japan Space Partnerships  Contributions of JUSTSAP, PISA, PISCES  Seizing Opportunities: Past, Present and Future • Space Environment Utilization • Field Tests and Analog Missions • Extreme Environments Research and Operations • Maritime Domain Awareness • Space-Related Education  Recommendations [1]
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Günther Hasinger Director, Institute for Astronomy, UH THEME: Astronomy and Astrophysics in Hawaii • Supporting Factors: Best Astronomy Sites on the Planet (Mauna Kea, Haleakala) Multi-Billion$ Investments by National and International (including Asia-Pacific) Partners. Mid-Pacific geographic location. Leading scientific and engineering expertise. • Key areas for development: 1 – STEM Excitement, Education & Training 2 – Scientific Instrumentation and Engineering 3 – Adaptive Optics and IR Array Sensor Development 4 – Planetary Protection (Asteroids, Space Debris, Sun) 5 – Nobel-Prize winning Science & Discoveries [3]
    • Hawaii Observatories PanSTARRS2 Haleakala TMT Mauna Kea ATST
    • Pan-STARRS Observatory
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations The value of effective partnerships! [5]
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Gliese 667C Image: National Geographic The same space program?
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Image: Science fiction.com Building our own destinations
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations International partnership examples
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Spaceship Earth