Enabling Science and Exploration in Deep Space - Partnership and Infrastructure Opportunities
Day: Tuesday 3 October
Time: 15:00 - 15:55 AZT (GMT+4)
Location: Heydar Aliyev Center (HAC) Auditorium
This session will explore the transformative impact of deep space infrastructure on science and exploration. Building on the global Artemis program's momentum, numerous commercial companies are investing in the development of essential infrastructure to support and enhance lunar science and exploration missions. These companies intend to provide commercial services ranging from communication and navigation to mobility and power supply. At the same time, advanced scientific payloads are being developed across a diverse range of organizations.
This session will discuss how novel commercial services support much greater capability for lunar exploration and scientific endeavors, and the way these innovative business models will pave the way for the sustainable exploration of Mars and beyond, enabling scientific payloads to leverage the expanding infrastructure capabilities. The discussion will highlight a new and important area where scientists, government space agencies and commercial industry are working together to achieve common goals.
US Head of Space, Added Value Solutions (AVS)
A. C. CHARANIA