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Hosted by Scott Tibbitts, CEO/Founder Starsys Research, Executive Director/Founder of eSpace the Center for Space Entrepreneurship, CEO/Founder Katasi, Inc., Executive Advisor to Roccor
Old Space - New Tricks: Striking the Right Balance
Monday, Aug 3 from 12 – 1 pm MST
The pendulum swings from “start clean sheet” to “only use what’s proven” on technology heritage to supplier maturity to risk tolerance. How do we balance “old space” and “new space”?
Executive Director of Space and Missile Systems Center
Col. Eric Felt
Director of AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate
Chairman and Founder of PlanetIQ
Chief Executive Officer of Roccor
Proliferated LEO & Its Influence on Antenna Architecture
Tuesday, Aug 4 from 12 – 1 pm MST
Low, small, and fast-moving LEO spacecraft present unique challenges to communication and RF systems. How will the proliferation of LEO satellites change satellite antenna design?
Chris (Trey) Pappas
Col. USMC (Ret) and Director of Government BD at Cesium Astro
Mechanical Engineer at Air Force Research Laboratory
Bruce Davis, PhD
Director of Space Antenna and Deorbit Products at Roccor
CEO and Co-Founder of Phantom Space
Where will Solar Sailing take Small Satellites?
Wednesday, Aug 5 from 10 – 11 am MST
Solar sails are gaining more heritage and credibility as other technologies are making small satellites more capable. Where will solar sails ultimately fit into the propulsion trades space?
Solar Sail Principal Investigator at NASA, Author
Dr. David Spencer
Mission System Manager, Mars Sample Return Campaign at NASA JPL
Dr. Artur Davoyan
Assistant Professor Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UCLA
Director of Emerging Products at Roccor
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