Orion, The Foundation for Crewed Exploration of Deep Space

Day: Tuesday 13 October
Time: 16:20 – 17:00 CEST

Orion is the centerpiece of the Artemis program, given its critical crew-centered mission and how Orion’s technology and systems will be leveraged across the many elements of Artemis. The Orion system, including the European Service Module, has been developed by NASA and ESA, along with their international industry partners to safely take humans to the extremes of deep space. Key system elements and technologies are also being used across the other lunar exploration elements including the Gateway and the National Team’s HLS Ascent Element to maximum safety and leverage agency investments. This GNF will focus on the key technologies, partnerships and deep space crew safety elements behind the Orion system.

Speakers

Shelby HOPKINS

HLS Systems Engineer – Environmental Control and Life Support Systems Integration, Lockheed Martin Corporation

United States of America

Didier RADOLA

ESM ORION Programme Manager, Airbus Defence and Space SA

France

Kirk SHIREMAN

Vice President, Lunar Exploration Campaigns, Lockheed Martin Corporation

United States of America

Kerry TIMMONS

Systems Engineering Design & Integration Senior Manager for the Orion Program, Lockheed Martin Corporation

United States of America