Ppt on mission to mars

1 Planetary probes: ESA Perspective Jean-Pierre Lebreton ESA’s Huygens Project Scientist/Mission Manager ESA’s EJSM & TSSM Cosmic Vision Study Scientist.

25 ESA’s Aurora Programme  Robotic Exploration of Mars Exomars (implementation phase)Exomars Mars-Next (study phase)Mars-Next  Mars Sample Return  Manned Mission to Mars 26 Conclusions Exciting programme in front of us that includes mission with planetary probes to Venus, Mars, Titan and earth (sample return) 27 Conclusions Exciting programme in front of us that includes mission with planetary probes to Venus, Mars, Titan and earth (sample return) All what is/


Requirements for the MOB Mars Habitat

Hill Tom White CCC Subsystem Responsibilities Monitoring and control of all internal and external habitat subsystems (Mars/Earth). Communication with Earth - transmit experimental data - monitor habitat and crew health - personal communications - mission-related information exchange Support crew and science mission CCC - Level 2 Requirements Survive transit to Mars Fit within the transport spacecraft Support set-up and checkout of surface infrastructure pre-crew Computer based/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration Humans to Mars: HEOMD and MEPAG John Connolly Exploration Chief Scientist (acting) NASA Human Exploration.

NASA, JPL, or the California Institute of Technology. 2 NASA Mars Focus NASA’s singular vision Asteroid Retrieval Mission (ARM) Global Exploration Roadmap SMD + HEOMD + STMD Historical Progress Mars 2020 Beyond Strategic Knowledge Gaps MEPAG contribution and future action Human Exploration and MEPAG – turning up the gain For Human Exploration, All Roads Lead to Mars 3 3 Earth Reliant Proving Ground Earth Independent NASA’s/


Mission Mars Dr. John D. Johnson Adjunct Professor, St. Ambrose University & Staff Member, John Deere.

planet. Some of its other tools will scan underground layers for water and ice, identify small patches of surface minerals to determine their composition and origins, track changes in atmospheric water and dust, and check global weather every day. A Manned Mission to Mars? Why Look Up At The Heavens? Man has always looked for how he fits into the grand design, and through/


Mars Pathfinder Mission Breakthrough on the Surface of Mars.

atmospheric pressure, temperature, and wind. Mission Objectives Mars Pathfinder was the second launch in the Discovery Program, a NASA initiative for planetary missions with a maximum 3 year development cycle and a cost cap of $150 million for development (1/15 th the cost of the Viking missions). To demonstrate NASA’s commitment to low-cost planetary exploration on the surface. To demonstrate the mobility and usefulness/


Mars To Go” Based Missions Donovan Chipman David Allred, Ph.D.

MAV docks with habitat in LMO. Astronaut transfers to habitat. Mission Architecture 12 MAV vehicle is jettisoned. Tug redocks with habitat. Mission Architecture 13 Return tug electrically propels remaining spacecraft to a high Mars Orbit. A final short chemical burn carries the vehicle to Mars escape velocity. Mission Architecture 14 VASIMR engines are activated to gradually propel combined vehicles through TEI. Mission Architecture 15 Capsule separates from habitat and re/


Space Update MN SFS Ben J. Huset www.mnsfs.org. SMART-1 European Space Agency (ESA) embarked on its first mission to the Moon on September 27th with the.

.org New MGS Images MOC2-499a: Hellas "Taffy Pull" MOC2-499b: North Polar Dunes MOC2-499c: Valley near Phlegra Dorsa www.mnsfs.org Mars Missions -- On Orbit 2001 Mars Odyssesy Odyssey Orbiter Continues to Share the Adventure of Mars Exploration http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/odyssey/newsroom/pressreleases/20031001a.html www.mnsfs.org More Odyssey Data This release includes data acquired as recently as this past/


1 MEPAG 16 June 2011, Lisbon (P) J. Vago D. McCuistion Joint Mars Programme Report Joint Rover ?

opportunities;  The joint programme’s ultimate objective is an international Mars Sample Return mission. ESA and NASA have agreed to embark on a joint Mars robotic exploration programme:  Initial missions have been defined for the 2016 and 2018 launch opportunities;  The joint programme’s ultimate objective is an international Mars Sample Return mission. 2016 ESA-led mission Launcher:NASA – Atlas V 431 Orbiter:ESA Payload:NASA-ESA EDL/


Successes and Failures of Recent Mars Exploration Paul Withers Boston University’s Center for Space Physics 2004.02.13 Bill Waller’s undergrad.

field Elemental makeup of surface 2m-pixel images of surface Mineralogical map of surface Study atmospheric circulation $980 mission, first US mission to Mars since Viking in 1976. Failure of Mars Observer Plan: Pressurize fuel tank a few days before Mars Orbit Insertion Plan: Turn transmitter off during pressurization to protect its components from shock, turn on again after pressurization complete Reality: No further transmissions received after/


Marine Corps Task List MCTL / MET / METL Life Cycle MAR 2015

MEE/PEI and a unit’s ability to conduct mission capabilities. UNIT METL Individual MET aligned to T&R TRAINING EVENTS UNIT METL Individual MET aligned to Unit T/E w/TAMCN MCTs-to-METs-to-METLs reported in DRRS-MC illustrates a MCT defined “Capability” w/associated T/E TAMCNs-to-MCPCs/CACs (Program $$) MAR 2015 UNCLASSIFIED-FOUO MET Measure Alignment to MCPCs Illustrates Funding Stream/Program $$ associated/


Mars Network Science Analysis Group (NetSAG) Mars Network Science Analysis Group (NetSAG) Bruce Banerdt for NetSAG July 29, 2009 Bruce Banerdt for NetSAG.

an ESA-provided orbiter. An important element of the payload would be the mapping of methane on Mars. The orbiter would provide relay capacity for later joint missions. The proposed mission could, in addition, bring a 200-300 kg lander package to Mars. 2016: A joint orbiter mission with an ESA-provided orbiter. An important element of the payload would be the mapping of methane on/


PLANETARY EXPLORATION!!! Logan Dougherty. Quick Overview Mariner 2 – First successful Venus flyby (USA) Mariner 4 – First successful Mars flyby (USA)

study * May – Selection of the next New Frontier mission for flight, OSIRIS-REx * July 16 - Dawn orbit insertion at asteroid Vesta * August 5 - Juno launch to Jupiter * August 9 - Mars Opportunity Rover arrives at Endeavour Crater * September 10 - GRAIL (A and B) launch to the Earth’s Moon * November 26 – Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) launch to Mars * December 31 – GRAIL A orbit insertion at Earth’s Moon/


How Much Does a Mars Mission Cost? Brian Enke SwRI Boulder, CO AUTHOR: Shadows of Medusa.

for 2 years ➢ 500 km surface range ➢ Payload: 54 tonnes ➢ Risk: Medium ➢ 7 years to develop ➢ $3.5 billion / year Mars Direct $$ Assumptions (from NASA/ESA study, Hunt & van Pelt, 2003) Baseline Mission: Assumptions ● Ongoing investment vs. development investment ● Divide mission investment by 2 for ongoing (per year) ● $25m/tonne-to-Mars per launch (or $1b/Ares) ● $250m/lander, $1b/ERV How Low Can We Go/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration Radiation and Human Exploration of Mars Briefing to NAC Rich Williams Chief Health and Medical Officer January.

There Are No Crew Health Risks At This Time That Are Considered “mission- stoppers” for a Human Mission to Mars –The Agency will accept some level of crew health risk for a Mars mission, but that risk will continue to be reduced through research and testing The Most Challenging Medical Standard To Meet For A Mars Mission Is That Associated With The Risk Of Radiation-induced Cancer –Research and technology/


GLAST LAT ProjectTKR Peer Design Review, Mar 24-25, 2003 4ANick Virmani 1 GLAST Large Area Telescope Tracker Subsystem Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope.

subsystem. Flight fabrication, integration, test and maintenance will be conducted in a controlled manner so that the end item conforms to the applicable approved procedures and test methods. GLAST LAT ProjectTKR Peer Design Review, Mar 24-25, 2003 4ANick Virmani 11 Mission Assurance Implementation All work will be performed using the Tracker traveller system or equivalent system for collaborators and subcontractors. A nonconformance/


International Space Station: Transitional Platform for Moon and Mars Mike Greenisen (NASA Johnson Space Center) 23 September 2004 Northern Illinois University.

Supercritical H2 propellant also serves as radiation shield 24 VASIMIR Trajectory Note: van Allen belts < 6 Re 25 Mission Architecture Assumptions Transit from Earth to Mars:Transit from Earth to Mars: →4-8 months →Possibly entirely in weightlessness Deconditioning similar to that seen in ISS crewsDeconditioning similar to that seen in ISS crews Protective effects of Artificial Gravity (AG) now under investigationProtective effects of Artificial Gravity (AG/


Page 1 / 9 FMI FMI LFEM-STEP Mars MetNet Collaboration A.-M. Harri, J. E. Tillman; JET 25 July, 2003; JET 22 Jan., 2004 Finnish Meteorological Institute.

Jan., 2004 MetNet - Future Steps Suborbital test launch in 2004/2005 using Russian SS-19. PLAN: MetNet Precursor Mars Mission (4 MetNets) -MPMM -onboard the Phobos Sample Return Mission. (Tillman, Climate Landers) PLAN: The MetNet Mission Phase is to deploy an observation network (tens of landers) around Mars. Mission phase (2009 -2016) consists of several launches. The lander lifetime of several Martian years permits use of 3/


Ken Farley, Project Scientist Ken Williford, Deputy Project Scientist

future human exploration by demonstrating an in situ resource utilization technology B) demonstrate additional technologies required for future Mars exploration The Mars 2020 mission fulfills the high priority Decadal Survey objective to initiate the first step in the multi-mission campaign to (potentially) return carefully selected Martian samples to Earth Pre-decisional: for Planning and Discussion Purposes Only Pre-decisional: for Planning and Discussion Purposes Only Jet/


Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) 17th Annual Small Payload Rideshare Symposium June 11, 2015 Zigmond “Zig” Leszczynski Deputy Executive Director.

Missions Range MARS Pad ISS Mission Range MARS Pad ORS Mission Government Customer NASA WallopsVCSFA Commercial Customer VCSFANASA Wallops Doing Business with Wallops - Customer Contract Flow Innovation and Merging Missions Range MARS Pad ISS Mission Range MARS Pad ORS Mission /Estimated Cost to Repair: Not to Exceed $20M  Estimated Time to Repair: Pad ready Sep 2015 MARS Pad 0A Damage 15 MARS Pad 0A Damage 16 Backfill of Impact Crater MARS Pad 0A Progress Antares Program Near-term Plan 18 MARS 18 19/


1 Mars Exploration Trey Smith, Civilian & Military Apps in Space, Nov. 9, 1999 Mars Exploration Trey Smith November 9, 1999.

-launched components verified, astronauts take a fast (6 month) transfer orbit to Mars 34 Mars Exploration Trey Smith, Civilian & Military Apps in Space, Nov. 9, 1999 1997 Reference Mission Propellant plant uses water and Mars atmosphere: 2H20 + CO2 -> CH4 + O2 Obstacles to development –No full-scale CH4/O2 thrusters –A new HLLV is needed to launch each component –Long-term effects of reduced gravity, radiation still not/


Exploring the Moon in the 21st Century: Themes, Goals, Investigations, and Priorities, 2009 Theme 2: Use the Moon to Prepare for Future Missions to Mars.

our scientific knowledge; Is facilitated by or should be facilitated by the Lunar Architecture; and/or is best done on the lunar surface. Theme 2: Use the Moon to Prepare for Future Missions to Mars and Other Destinations Goal: Establish the Mars mission risk reduction technologies, systems and operational techniques that could be developed through a lunar exploration program – The following evaluation criteria will be used/


Emerging Capabilities for the Next Mars Orbiter

-Decisional: For planning and discussion purposes only. Introduction - Some Context MRO launched in August 2005 – 9 years in Mars orbit First to use Atlas V family of launch vehicles Highest deep-space planetary mission data rates and volumes, to date Largest and most capable payload to Mars, to date Provided <1m resolution reconnaissance , multispectral imaging, atmospheric and regional observing, radar sounding and relay telecommunications Successful Ka-band/


Wings of Freedom Disclaimer This briefing is designed to be presented not printed! Emphasis on pilot’s responsibilities It will culminate with 2408-12.

completeness. The pilot will complete these blocks when multiple pages of DA Forms 2408–12 are needed to complete the mission day. L 4. Enter C – Cairns H – Hanchey L – Lowe S - Shell USAAVNC OP 25 1 1 Wings of Freedom What are Pilot responsibilities? 14 Mar 08 7923699UH60AUSAAWC - LFt. Rucker, AL 1 6.a. FLIGHT DATA. Enter the number of the flight/


MARS The Red Planet Produced By: Mission Specialist/Historian: Chris Symeonides Meteorologist: Ellie Streiffer Geologist: Kristen Guidry Journalist/Reporter:

the Pathfinder which ran out of power on Mars Mars Missions The Voyager mission was the first spacecraft on Mars. It gave us some of the first up close photos of Mars. The Mars Pathfinder mission landed on Mars in the summer of 1997. It brought back to NASA and the world some amazing photos of Mars, and conducted tests of its soil. The Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) is the most recent/


1 Status of ESA’s Mars Activities MEPAG meeting Washington DC, 13-14 May 2014 Rolf de Groot European Space Agency Robotic Exploration Coordination Office.

of Russian ground-based means for deep-space communication  Adaptation of Russian on-board computer for deep space missions and ExoMars landed operations  Development and qualification of throttleable braking engines for prospective planetary landing missions SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES  To search for signs of past and present life on Mars;  To characterise the water/subsurface environment as a function of depth in the shallow subsurface. SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES/


Mars Rover Models -- A Program to Enrich Teaching Space Science, Planetary Exploration and Robotics In Elementary And Middle School by Edgar A. Bering,

Creation of a Rover for the Competition  Review Mars conditions  Review highlights of NASA’s probes to Mars  Review the criteria for the 2004-5 Rover Competition Review the criteria for the 2004-5 Rover Competition  Form Rover Design Teams of 3-4 members Rover Planning: Mission on Mars  Begin completing the leading questions in the Mars Rover Guide Begin completing the leading questions in the/


Geophysical Network Mission forMARS Geophysical Network Mission forMARS Bruce Banerdt for NetSAG November 4, 2009 Bruce Banerdt for NetSAG November 4,

the unique characteristics of a simultaneous network. Our recommendation is that the objectives/payload for a Mars network mission be limited to those focused on the deep interior, with the exception of some level of atmospheric investigation. Our recommendation is/ unique characteristics of a simultaneous network. Our recommendation is that the objectives/payload for a Mars network mission be limited to those focused on the deep interior, with the exception of some level of atmospheric investigation. Our recommendation is/


AVANT-GARDE Mars Transfer Vehicle Mission Brian Carter Zarrin Chua Anthony Consumano Thomas Horn Jan Kaniewski Brian Williams Mike Wolfner.

- Objective Hierarchy - Objective Priority Functional subdivisions System Hierarchy & Subsystem interaction Possible approaches Project Timeline/Future Planning Summary Notable Excursions to Mars A Historical Perspective Background Since 1960, there have been 37 missions to Mars Roughly two-thirds of all missions to Mars fail: Earth-Mars “Bermuda Triangle” Majority of missions are from US or the former Soviet Union, with recent explorations by Europe, Japan, and Canada. Mariner 4 Performed first/


Mars Here We Come! The 2011 Mars Rover Model Celebration - An Overview of the Curricula & Resources.

on 2-3 objectives for their mission  Examine map of Mars to locate a landing site to accomplish mission goals  Brainstorm the technology and features needed to accomplish their mission  Brainstorm features to handle the harsh conditions – cold, dust, rough terrain.  Sketch initial design incorporating team’s ideas Rover Planning: Mission on Mars Build your Rovers  Review Mars conditions  Review highlights of NASA’s probes to Mars  Review the criteria for the 2011/


Mission to Mars Marsbound! Mission to the Red Planet …a STEM learning activity created by NASA.

) Student groups complete Building the Spacecraft as a design challenge competition Mars Design Challenge Note* mass requirements and allotments on cards Note* energy requirements for a mission Note* budget requirements for a mission: One million dollars Mars Design Challenge Using your Mission Cards, Design mat, and Design Log, plan a Mission to Mars. When your Mission is ready to submit (you have calculated within budget, power and mass limitations), ask/


1 Science Perspectives for Candidate Mars Mission Architectures for 2016-2026 Mars Architecture Tiger Team (MATT-3) Philip Christensen, Chair Presented.

Survey MATT-3 Interim Report: for discussion purposes only 15 MEP Building Blocks for 2016-2026 (3 of 3) MATT identified these potential mission building blocks to address the key scientific objectives for 2016-2026 (cont.): Mars Scout Missions (Scout) –Competed missions to pursue innovative thrusts to major missions goals MATT-3 discussed the possibility of developing a “vertical sampling” building block as an additional component of the/


1960: October 10 – Marsnik 1 (also known as Korabl 4 and Mars 1960A) Soviet Unions first attempt at a planetary probe. Launch failure. 1960: October.

Surveyor (NASA) Designed as a rapid, low-cost recovery of the Mars Observer mission objectives. The first spacecraft to be launched in a decade-long exploration of Mars by NASA. 1996: November 16 – Mars 96 (Russia) Designed to send an orbiter, two small autonomous stations, and two surface penetrators to Mars. Failed to achieve insertion into Mars cruise trajectory and crashed within a presumed 320 km by 80 km area/


Past Accomplishments/Future Architecture: An Integrated Strategy R. Zurek JPL Mars Program Office September 9-10, 2009.

budget driven. Proposed actions include: –Reducing cost by taking advantage of MSL technology developments; –Requiring the next rover missions to implement sample selection, acquisition and caching as the first step of a multiple-flight-element Mars Sample Return campaign; –Providing the technology program needed to address remaining technological challenges for sample return. MEP should proceed with a balanced scientific program while taking specific steps/


Mars: Current State of Knowledge and Future Plans and Strategies Jack Mustard, MEPAG Chair July 30, 2009 Note: This document is a draft that is being made.

resulted from the Program approach.  Sample return requires more than one mission to Mars  Preliminary steps have been taken by previous missions  MSL is the next mission in a sample return program  Most sophisticated instrumentation brought to Mars to explore site with high potential habitabilty, including biosignatures  After MSL, next landed mission is to prepare sample cache at MSL site or newly selected site based on orbiter data  Technology for/


History Of Planning for a Mars Sample Return Mission Presentation to the Planetary Protection Advisory Subcommittee August 4, 2010 Pericles D. Stabekis.

. A false positive detection would delay distribution of the sample from containment, and could lead to unnecessary rigor in the requirements for all later Mars missions. History of Planning for a Mars Sample Return (MSR) Mission Earth Return Missions returning samples from Mars to Earth are assigned Category V, restricted Earth return. These missions merit the highest degree of containment, throughout the return phase, of all returned hardware that/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California Mars Exploration Directorate.

(Close) LV: Atlas V 401 Ten Month Ballistic Cruise to Mars Orbit Insertion: 22 Sept 2014 (Open) 26 Sept 2014 (Close) One Year of Science Operations 20-Day Launch Period Type-II Trajectory Early Cruise Late Cruise Northern Approach ~1233 m/s  V Capture Orbit: 35 hour period 550 km P2 75° inclination Mission Architecture 9/22/14 * Artist Conception * * * * National Aeronautics and/


UNCLASSIFIED As of 03 1700W Mar 08 1 Mission Analysis (MDMP) 3 Mar 08 Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT)

9 Determine Tasks Specified tasks – those listed in HHQ order Implied tasks – things that HHQ has not told you to do but you need to do to accomplish the mission Essential tasks – those specified and implied tasks absolutely needed to be accomplished to achieve the mission UNCLASSIFIED As of 03 1700W Mar 08 10 Facts, Limitations, and Assumptions Facts – an item that affects the problem you are attempting/


MNSM MEPAG Meeting, 16-17 June 2011, Lisbon Mars Network Science Mission (MNSM) An ESA mission study A. Chicarro (Study Scientist, ESA/ESTEC) and the MNSM.

 2018 ExoMars AND MAX-C rovers merged into single rover mission  Currently being reassessed due to budgetary situation  To be prepared for 2020-22: ESA initiated further mission studies  Martian Moon Sample Return (MMSR)  Mars Network Science Mission (MNSM) And previously studied:  Atmospheric sample return  High-precision landing Goal of current study  Bring the candidate missions to a level of definition enabling their programmatic evaluation, including development schedule/


Mission to Mars – A Study on Naming and Referring Michael Weigend University of Münster, Germany.

, Germany Outline 1.Introduction: Naming and referring 2.Design of the Study “Mission to Mars” 3.Mission 1 4.Mission 2 5.Mission 3 6.Conclusion Michael Weigend, WWU Münster: Mission to Mars 2 Introduction Michael Weigend, WWU Münster: Mission to Mars 3 Names Functions: Identifying (making it distinguishable) Addressing (making it accessible) Michael Weigend, WWU Münster: Mission to Mars 4 Types of Names explicit - implicit direct - indirect Mom E player_1 My/


Philip Christensen MEPAG June 16, 2011 Philip Christensen MEPAG June 16, 2011 The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey: Implications for Mars The 2013-2022 Decadal.

diversity. Investigations are not hypothesis-constrained. Essential follow-up. 3. State-of-the-art instruments are large/complex …. 2018 Mission Mars Panel recommended 2018 mission using skycrane derivative to land MAX-C and Exo-Mars rovers All discussions with Steering Committee made it clear that this mission is the beginning of a 3-element sample return campaign Eventual Steering Committee prioritization was based on this assumption/


Pre-decisional – for Planning and Discussion Purposes Only Report to MEPAG by the Mid-Range Rover Science Analysis Group (MRR-SAG) MEPAG Meeting at Brown.

. Pre-decisional – for Planning and Discussion Purposes Only Global/Macro Scale Site Access 44 This refers to the ability to apply the payload to the desired location on Mars. Power/Thermal design for solar powered vehicle would limit mission to between 25N and 15S latitude. EDL performance would limit access to sites below ~0 km or ~1 km altitude (trades against landed mass). Combination of EDL ellipse/


1 MEPAG 3-4 March, 2009 Doug McCuistion Director, Mars Exploration Program.

Agency Program Management Council (APMC) “The Mars Exploration Program (MEP) projects development of a Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), presumably a moderate-cost mission, for launch in 2009. Its instrument payload has been stated only in the most general terms. The mission may be important, indeed essential, as a technology-demonstration precursor mission to MSR.” Note: A moderate-cost mission was defined as <$650M. 9 MSL Cost History/


Dynamic Mars: Activity, Transport and Change Strategic Goals for the 2013 Mars Science Orbiter Overview June 7, 2007 Report of the Mars Science Orbiter.

Phase E should not be overlooked for Phases B-D.  A core Mars mission should address key questions with innovative, synergistic capabilities The Core Mission Concepts achieve this with the significant science gain enabled by the proposed augmentations to the cost guidelines. All resources should not be devoted principally to one element of the mission. This includes maintaining significant, innovative orbiter science should a drop- package/


Universal Chassis for Modular Ground Vehicles University of Michigan Mars Rover Team Presented by Eric Nytko August 6, 2005 The 2 nd Mars Expedition Planning.

Mars Expedition Planning Workshop Universal Chassis for Modular Ground Vehicles Overview University of Michigan Mars Rover Team Concept of the Universal Modular Chassis Vehicle Classification Core Technologies Examples of Configurations and Mission Scenarios Conclusions Universal Chassis for Modular Ground Vehicles Michigan Mars/affects design, capabilities, and mission architecture Fuel cells More efficient than other power systems Adaptable Scalable Easily configured to fit universal chassis platforms Fuel/


Critical Human Factors in a Manned Martian Mission… (draft outline) UND Space Studies V. Y. Rygalov, Ph.D., Math & Physical Sciences, Biophysics Associate.

space Maximizes surface stay Maximizes surface stay Reasonable energy requirements Reasonable energy requirements Crewed Mission Crewed Mission Moon Mars Earth Crewed Mars Mission Options Split Mission Strategy… Heavy Lift Capability… + Deployable Structures for Martian Habitat, IncludingGreenhouse… Conclusions Manned Mission to Mars is possible… Manned Mission to Mars is possible…  … as a very RISKY enterprise… Key PLS technologies have been tested only in 1-g Key PLS technologies have been tested only/


Mars Mission Radiation Dose/Shielding Summary Note: Dr. Cary Zeitlin generously contributed these slides from two full-length presentations. For brevity’s.

” w R replaced by Q(L). Shielding against GCR is impractical. Some exposure to heavy ions is inevitable in space. DNA repair works for simple damage, but heavy ions cause complex damage. 15 th Humans in Space, Graz, Austria 1% 0.1%.01% Maximum Acceptable Risk = 3% Shuttle Mission ISS Mission Mars Mission Increase in Individual’s Risk of Fatal Cancer ▲ ▲ ▲ “95% Confidence Interval” 10/


MEPAG July 2009 Doug McCuistion Director, Mars Exploration Program.

Precision landing A series of intense studies have been initiated under these premises –Results timed to provide more detail on mission queue to the Decadal’s Mars Panel in September, and the ESA Council Meeting in October 11 12 Joint NASA-ESA Mars Initiative Initial Portfolio Overview MRO Mars Express Collaboration Mars Express Collaboration Odyssey MER 2016 2018 2020 & Beyond 2013 2011 Operational Phoenix (deceased) Phoenix (deceased/


MARS ORBITER MISSION (MANGALYAAN) PRESENTED BY,PRESENTED BY,RAMYA.K M.TECH COS 1 st yrM.TECH COS 1 st yr.

Payloads Launch vehicle PSLV- C25 Facts on mars Latest updates Mission objectives Mission Objectives One of the main objectives of the first Indian mission to Mars is to develop the technologies required for design, planning, management and operations of an interplanetary mission. Following are the major objectives of the mission: A. Technological Objectives: Design and realization of a Mars orbiter with a capability to survive and perform Earth bound maneuvers, cruise/


Mars Network Science Analysis Group (NetSAG) Final Report Mars Network Science Analysis Group (NetSAG) Final Report Bruce Banerdt for NetSAG March 18,

the unique characteristics of a simultaneous network. Our recommendation is that the objectives/payload for a Mars network mission be limited to those focused on the deep interior, with the exception of some level of atmospheric investigation. Our recommendation is/ unique characteristics of a simultaneous network. Our recommendation is that the objectives/payload for a Mars network mission be limited to those focused on the deep interior, with the exception of some level of atmospheric investigation. Our recommendation is/


Report of the MEPAG Mars Human Precursor Science Steering Group Technology Demonstration and Infrastructure Emplacement (TI) Sub-Group Hinners, N.W. (Consultant),

gov/reports/index.html a)Identify and justify new measurements that can be acquired by robotic missions to Mars that would contribute to the overall cost or risk reduction objective. Where possible, include precision and accuracy. b/Human Mission(s) to Mars Needs to Consider the Following Components: Flight Missions to Mars –Measurements of the Martian Environment. –Technology Demos/Infrastructure Emplacement Missions to the Moon Laboratory, Field, and Flight test program on Earth Flight Missions in/to Earth/


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