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    Title

    Access to Space in the Far Future

    Description

    This session will cover advanced concepts to dramatically reduce the cost of space launch, and to significantly reduce the cost and time required for transportation in space.

    Date

    2010-09-29

    Time

    15:15

    Room

    Small Theatre

    IPC members
    • Chairman: Mr. Horst Rauck, DLR, German Aerospace Center, Germany;

    • Chairman: Mr. Alain Pradier, European Space Agency (ESA), The Netherlands;

    • Rapporteur: Ms. Paivi Jukola, Aalto University, Finland;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    a new hinged-rod model for deployment and retrieval of tethered satellite system

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Rui Zhong

    York University

    China

    2

    Breakthrough in the structural design concept of a CNT mega-cable potentially applied in a Space Elevator System

    20

    withdrawn

    Mr. Markus Klettner

    EuroSpaceward A.s.b.l.

    Luxembourg

    3

    Tether Technology for Space Solar Power Satellite and Space Elevator

    20

    confirmed

    Prof. Hironori FUJII

    Kanagawa Institute of Technology

    Japan

    4

    Diverse Configurations of the Space Cable

    20

    confirmed

    Dr. John Knapman

    United Kingdom

    5

    in service power requirement for a motorised momentum exchange tether

    20

    confirmed

    Dr. Norilmi Ismail

    University of Glasgow

    Malaysia

    6

    Deflection Of Large Space Debris By Means Of Spinning And Swinging Tethers

    20

    confirmed

    Dr. Nahum Melamed

    The Aerospace Corporation

    United States

    7

    Release and Deployment Experiments of Electrodynamic Tether System

    20

    confirmed

    Ms. Ayaka Takahashi

    Teikyo University

    Japan

    8

    Active Space Debris Removal - A System Engineering Approach

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Marco M. Castronuovo

    Italian Space Agency (ASI)

    Italy