Deep space exploration post 2024 scenarios
Wednesday 27 September 2017, 16:00 – 17:30
Location: Adelaide Convention Center – Hall D
Human and Robotics Exploration is a pillar of any space strategy. After 2024 new scenarios will be possible, basing on a wider complexity of the involved stakeholders.
The preparation of the future exploration roadmap strongly depends on enabling technologies and lessons learnt from the previous investments. However, new stakeholders are ready to enter the game and a global policy to achieve the best results in the shorter time is expected.
ASI, as one of the stronger supporter of the exploration program, considers crucial to understand the driving parameters of this evolution to establish a new governance and exploit all the possible capabilities in order to achieve synergies and cooperation at global level. In this analysis it is important to highlight the different roles of institutional and industrial partners that, for the first time, can contribute together to focus the critical path for the space colonization. In particular we consider the following topics as top priorities:
- Post 2024 scenario
- Role of ISS
- Deep Space Habitats
- Atmospheric Re-entry
- Mars exploration
- Sample return
In 5 minutes let us know your vision for the next 30 years!
Speakers will be invited to present in a slot of max 5 minutes their vision for the post 2024 scenario.
Power point and oral presentations are both welcome, please inform us about your preference in order to arrange the appropriate facility.
A discussion on the raised issues will follow.
16.00 – 16.10 Welcome Coffee and networking
16.10 – 16.15 Welcome and Introduction
16.15 – 17.10 Presentations of the speakers on the proposed topics (5’ each): CNES, CNSA, CSA, DLR, ESA, JAXA, NASA, ROSCOSMOS, UNOOSA and ASI
17.10 – 17.30 Discussion and Conclusions
Secretary General, China National Space Administration (CNSA)
Research Professor, Space Policy Institute, George Washington University
Associate Director Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
United States of America
JAXA Director of Preparatory Office for the 2nd International Space, Exploration Forum (ISEF2)
Simonetta DI PIPPO
Director, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)
Head, Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSOSMOS)