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Dr Thomas C. Adang Operationally Responsive Space Office ORS Program Status 1May 2012 Space-based Lidar Winds Working Group Miami FL

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1 Dr Thomas C. Adang Operationally Responsive Space Office ORS Program Status 1May 2012 Space-based Lidar Winds Working Group Miami FL UNCLASSIFIED –cleared for public release UNCLASSIFIED – Cleared for Public Release --- PA Case Distribution A: Cleared for Public Release

2 2 Four Years Four Launches Sep st Comm-on-the- Move NRLs TacSat-4 Jun st Dedicated COCOM ISR ORS-1 May st Tactical HSI AFRLs TacSat-3 July st Rapid Transport & Integration JUMPSTART Demo ORS Office Established : May 2007 Rapid Development – Relevant to the Warfighter Transitioned to Operations Jan 2012 Transitioned to Operations June 2010 Demo Modular Bus Standards & Military Utility 6 Day Call Up To Launch Wallops Flight Facility/ MARS UNCLASSIFIED – CLEARED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

3 ORS Office Objectives Common Data Link NASA Wallops Mid Atlantic Regional Spaceport Virtual Mission Ops and Control MMSOC Minotaur Family of Launch Vehicles Rapid Assembly, Integration and Testing (AI&T) Modular Open Systems Approach Plug-n-Play Technologies Tactical TPED Kodiak Launch Complex RAPTOR Responsive Buses/Payloads & Manufacturing Responsive Command & Control, Tasking, Processing, Exploitation & Dissemination Vandenberg AFB Cape Canaveral Super Strypi Kwajalein Two Primary Tasks: 1.Develop End-to-End Enabling Capabilities 2.Respond to Joint Force Commanders Needs Responsive Launchers Responsive Ranges 3

4 UNCLASSIFIED/ Cleared for Public Release 4 Rapid Response Space Works Operations Focal Point for Rapid Development Threats and Need Plan and Mission Design Design, Space Qualification AI&T Deliver Booster AI&T Launch Operate, Sustain STRATCOM ORDERS A SPACE NEED RRSW BUILDS IT AND DELIVERS IT Flight System Bus Modular Components Payloads RRSW GDS Bus Modular Components Payloads Components Provided to RRSW by Contractors Based on Need and Response Time Need All Weather, Day/Night Coverage in Theater X RRSW Ops RRSW is the Focal Point for Satellite and Mission Design and Assembly -Change Agent for Responsive and Affordable Space -NRE Cost and Time Driven Down -Technical Competency Increased -Mission Assurance Increased -Modern Manufacturing Techniques

5 Mission Goals: o Develop multi-mission bus architecture: S tandards- based, modular, rapidly configurable o Develop multi-mission payload architecture: Establish beginning of RF family of payloads (Radar, Comm, Electronic Tactical Support) o Develop end-to-end modular satellite vehicle processing o Demonstrate End-to-End architecture to include satellite system, ground systems architecture and innovative processes ORS-2: Tier-2 Enabler Mission 1 st End-to-End Demonstration of a Modular, Reconfigurable System 5 MSV Testbed Status: o Modular Space Vehicle (MSV) Bus PDR - Complete FY11 o MSV Bus CDR: FY12 o Modular Payload: PDR FY12 o Rapid Response Space Works Stand Up: FY11

6 ORS-2: Space Vehicle Overview 6 ORS-2: Space Vehicle Low Earth Orbit – degree inclination 1 year mission life, 18 month goal No propulsion Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Payload Capable of taking SAR strip- map and spot imagery Capacity scaled to a COCOM Unclassified Cleared for Public Release

7 ORS-3: The ORS Enabler Mission Ushering in Launch and Range Processes of the Future Approach Use Automated Launch Vehicle Orbital Targeting Process Use Automated Range Safety Planning Process Develop Autonomous Flight Safety System – Significant Launch and Range O&M cost reductions Use CubeSat Wafers – Allows secondary payload capability taking advantage of excess lift capacity that is benign to primary payload Approach Use Automated Launch Vehicle Orbital Targeting Process Use Automated Range Safety Planning Process Develop Autonomous Flight Safety System – Significant Launch and Range O&M cost reductions Use CubeSat Wafers – Allows secondary payload capability taking advantage of excess lift capacity that is benign to primary payload Specifics: Launch: Aug 2013, Wallops, VA Using Integrated Payload Stack Primary payload (SMCs STPSat-3) 27 additional payloads made up of free-flyer Space craft and non-separating experiments Specifics: Launch: Aug 2013, Wallops, VA Using Integrated Payload Stack Primary payload (SMCs STPSat-3) 27 additional payloads made up of free-flyer Space craft and non-separating experiments FAA License Results: Commercial Like Launch Procurement and Execution ~$24M Fly Away Cost Results: Commercial Like Launch Procurement and Execution ~$24M Fly Away Cost Unclassified Cleared for Public Release

8 SlotSpacecraft Funding (Launch) Funding Organization Mission Lead (STP, NRO, ORS) #Us SERB Experiment ORS Sponsored 1ORS 1 ORSESYORS 3Yes 2ORS 2 ORS Tech 1YORS 3 3ORS 3 ORS Tech 2YORS 3 4SOCOM1YAFSPCORS1 x 3 5SOCOM2YAFSPCORS1 x 3 6SOCOM3YAFSPC1 x 3 7SOCOM4YAFSPCORS1x 3 STP Sponsored Reimbursable 8SENSEYSMC/XRSTP3 9SENSEYSMC/XRSTP3 NRO Sponsored 10FireflyYNROORS3 11Horus (AKA STARE)YNROORS3Yes Non-CubeSat Payloads (Tertiary) AFSS YATKORS Drag Device Y STP DroidSat YNASA Ames ORS Manifested ORS-3 CubeSats and Experiments UNCLASSIFIED – CLEARED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

9 ORS and CubeStack Novel Idea for Multi-Mission Launch ORS partnered with AFRL to develop & produce the CubeStack Multi CubeSat adapter – Low Maintenance tertiary canisterized ride capability o To primary Space Vehicle looks like part of the rocket body o To Launch Vehicle looks like a single Space Vehicle ORS-3 Mission – Summer 2013 will fly 2 CubeStacks o Largest multi-mission launch using a Minotaur I launch vehicle As many as 27 space vehicles, tests and demonstrations UNCLASSIFIED – CLEARED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Primary Space Vehicle STPSat-3 24 to 15 Cone Wafers (Shown w/PPODS) 2 Separation Signals from LV 1.Separate Primary 2.Start Sequencer 9

10 ORS-4: Super Strypi Mission Demonstrate low-cost launch to LEO Approach Apply sounding rocket technologies, methods & practices Leverage commercial space launch approval processes Enable technology transfer to commercial vendor Use demonstration mission to mature rocket, launch rail, CONOPS Long Term Objectives 300kg/400km/45 degree inclination $15M fly-away in production Approach Apply sounding rocket technologies, methods & practices Leverage commercial space launch approval processes Enable technology transfer to commercial vendor Use demonstration mission to mature rocket, launch rail, CONOPS Long Term Objectives 300kg/400km/45 degree inclination $15M fly-away in production Current Effort Specifics Launch: late FY13, Pacific Missile Range Facility Rail launched Partners: ORS Office (Mission Manager) Univ of Hawaii: payload Sandia National Lab: LV integrator) Aerojet Corp: motors PMRF: launch site Payloads Univ of Hawaii Hiakasat Autonomous Flight Safety System others TBD Current Effort Specifics Launch: late FY13, Pacific Missile Range Facility Rail launched Partners: ORS Office (Mission Manager) Univ of Hawaii: payload Sandia National Lab: LV integrator) Aerojet Corp: motors PMRF: launch site Payloads Univ of Hawaii Hiakasat Autonomous Flight Safety System others TBD Unclassified Cleared for Public Release

11 ORS-1 Lessons Learned ORS-1 proves small satellites have military utility Refining requirements directly with warfighter results in out-of-the-box solutions that work A small, agile team is key to executing quickly & efficiently It is challenging but possible to go fast in acquisition Adequate and stable funding are an absolute necessity – Senior leadership buy-in and advocacy required Prototyping operational capability more complicated and costly than building S&T experiment Do not use technology development to meet urgent needs Tailor testing requirements but test like you fly Unclassified Cleared for Public Release ORS-1 Transitioned to AFSPC and Operated by 1 SOPS 11

12 ORS – A National Initiative AFSPC/SMC DoD EA for Space NRO / NSA / NGA NASA / NRL / DARPA NASA Goddard JFCC ISR / JTF-GNO Navy NETWARCOM APL Army/SMDC NASA MSFC USSTRATCOM ORS Office SMC/SDD AFRL SNL AFSPC Innovation and Integration through Collaboration JFCC SPACE Kodiak Launch Complex PMRF PACOM UH NASA Wallops NASA Ames SDL CCAFS NASA KSC SOUTHCOM ESC MIT/LL CENTCOM SOCOM JPL SPAWAR LANL NM Spaceport SDI NASA JSC 12 Unclassified Cleared for Public Release

13 ORS -- Avenue for Innovation Small satellite systems are technically mature –Fielded quickly (~32 months for ORS-1) –Provide good enough, relevant capabilities –Proven with multiple phenomenologies through USCENTCOMs ORS-1, TacSat-3 and TacSat-4 ORS embraces a flexible business model –Accepting of disruptive innovation –Adaptable, and complementary to the existing NSS architecture –Rapid and cost effective to develop and deploy space capabilities ORS provides focus for operational advantage –Serves the disadvantaged user –Reduces high demand on existing assets TacSat-4 Kodiak Sep 11 ORS-1 Wallops Jun 11 Unclassified Cleared for Public Release 13


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