Transforming Future Mission Design Through In-Space Manufacturing

Time: 14:00-15:00
Room: 146A
Format: Panel Discussion

Organizer

Ralph MCNUTT

Chief Scientist for Space Science, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

United States of America

Interstellar Probe: Humanity’s First Deliberate Step into the Galaxy by 2030

This special session is focused on humanity’s first deliberate step beyond the solar system and into interstellar space. Specialist panel participants will provide their thoughts on the challenges of and need for such an undertaking. Audience participation will be encouraged for at least half of the session time to open up discussion on this undertaking throughout the international astronautics community. Discussions will include topics of science, engineering, management, space policy, and international cooperation.

Facilitators

Pontus C. BRANDT

Assistant Group Supervisor, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

United States of America

Michael PAUL

Interstellar Probe Study Project Manager, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

United States of America

Stamatios KRIMIGIS

Emeritus Head of Space Department, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Greece

Leon ALKALAI

Manager, Office of Strategic Planning, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

United States of America

Michel BLANC

Professor, Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP)

France

Robert F. WIMMER-SCHWEINGRUBER

Director, University of Kiel

Germany

Stanislav BARABASH

Director, Swedish Institute of Space Physics

Sweden

Speaker

Raymond G. CLINTON JR.

Associate Director, Science and Technology Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

United States of America

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