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International Space Station as the Gateway
for Humankind’s Future in Space and on
Earth: Next Generation View
• DR. JULIE ...
Norah Patten
Irish Centre for Composites Research,
Limerick, Ireland
Jun Shimada
JAXA,
Tsukuba, Japan
Jason Dunn
Made In S...
Jun Shimada
JAXA, Tsukuba, Japan
COTS -applied External Camera Missions
for Earth Observation
*COTS : Commercial Off-the-S...
Transferred by JEMRMSPassed Through JEM Airlock Installed onto EFU#5
Attached onto Experimental Platform “i-SEEP” by IVA c...
Installed onto EFU#5
Nadir
Camera
Star Tracker
Nadir
Forward
Forward
1. Tracking Ability
2. High-Sensitivity
Tilt (axis 2)
Pan (axis 1)
Disaster MonitoringEducation & Publicity
Luis Zea
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado, Boulder
Antibiotic Effectiveness in Space
Norah Patten
Irish Centre for Composites Research, Ireland/
International Space University
The Only Way is Up
First Irish ...
Julia Stalder
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
ISS-RapidScat
Measuring Ocean Winds from Space
Jean-Dominique Coste
Airbus Defence & Space, Bremen, Germany
ESA Columbus Module Payload Integration
Enabling ISS access t...
Jason Dunn
Made In Space, Sunnyvale, California
Made In Space
The First 3D Printer in Space
Norah Patten
Irish Centre for Composites Research,
Limerick, Ireland
Jun Shimada
JAXA,
Tsukuba, Japan
Jason Dunn
Made In S...
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View
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International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View

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This session will highlight the active work of students and young professionals on the ISS. These next-generation researchers will discuss their experiences in translating their ground studies into spaceflight experiments, the benefits of microgravity research, and the overall impact of their research endeavors

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International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind's Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View

  1. 1. International Space Station as the Gateway for Humankind’s Future in Space and on Earth: Next Generation View • DR. JULIE A ROBINSON, ISS CHIEF SCIENTIST, NASA (CO-MODERATOR) • ANDREA BOYD, FLIGHT CONTROLLER FOR ISS, EUROPEAN ASTRONAUT CENTRE, EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA) (CO-MODERATOR) • JEAN–DOMINIQUE COSTE, ESA SYSTEMS ENGINEER, AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE, FRANCE/GERMANY • JASON DUNN, FOUNDER, MADE IN SPACE • Dr. NORAH PATTEN, INTERNATIONAL SPACE UNIVERSITY • JUN SHIMADA, PAYLOAD ENGINEER, JAPAN AEROSPACE EXPLORATION AGENCY (JAXA) • JULIA STALDER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, NASA JET PROPULSION LABORATORY • DR. LUIS ZEA, AEROSPACE ENGINEER, BIOSERVE SPACE TECHNOLOGIES— UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER SPEAKERS:
  2. 2. Norah Patten Irish Centre for Composites Research, Limerick, Ireland Jun Shimada JAXA, Tsukuba, Japan Jason Dunn Made In Space, Sunnyvale, California Julia Stalder Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California Luis Zea University of Colorado, Boulder Boulder, Colorado Jean-Dominique Coste Airbus Defence & Space, Bremen, Germany
  3. 3. Jun Shimada JAXA, Tsukuba, Japan COTS -applied External Camera Missions for Earth Observation *COTS : Commercial Off-the-Shelf
  4. 4. Transferred by JEMRMSPassed Through JEM Airlock Installed onto EFU#5 Attached onto Experimental Platform “i-SEEP” by IVA crewLaunched as Pressurized Cargo i-SEEP Camera System Nadir Forward
  5. 5. Installed onto EFU#5 Nadir Camera Star Tracker Nadir Forward Forward 1. Tracking Ability 2. High-Sensitivity
  6. 6. Tilt (axis 2) Pan (axis 1) Disaster MonitoringEducation & Publicity
  7. 7. Luis Zea University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado University of Colorado, Boulder Antibiotic Effectiveness in Space
  8. 8. Norah Patten Irish Centre for Composites Research, Ireland/ International Space University The Only Way is Up First Irish Secondary School Experiment to the ISS
  9. 9. Julia Stalder Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California ISS-RapidScat Measuring Ocean Winds from Space
  10. 10. Jean-Dominique Coste Airbus Defence & Space, Bremen, Germany ESA Columbus Module Payload Integration Enabling ISS access to solve Earth issues
  11. 11. Jason Dunn Made In Space, Sunnyvale, California Made In Space The First 3D Printer in Space
  12. 12. Norah Patten Irish Centre for Composites Research, Limerick, Ireland Jun Shimada JAXA, Tsukuba, Japan Jason Dunn Made In Space, Sunnyvale, California Julia Stalder Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California Luis Zea University of Colorado, Boulder Boulder, Colorado Jean-Dominique Coste Airbus Defence & Space, Bremen, Germany

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