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

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6 topic panel 5

  1. 1. 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]
  2. 2. 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]
  3. 3. 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]
  4. 4. Hawaii Observatories PanSTARRS2 Haleakala TMT Mauna Kea ATST
  5. 5. Pan-STARRS Observatory
  6. 6. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations The value of effective partnerships! [5]
  7. 7. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Gliese 667C Image: National Geographic The same space program?
  8. 8. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Image: Science fiction.com Building our own destinations
  9. 9. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations International partnership examples
  10. 10. HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Mark Nall Black Sky Innovations Spaceship Earth

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