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    Paper code

    IAC-11,A5,4,7,x11797

    Date

    2011-10-07

    Time

    09:00

    Order

    7

    Room

    TS-14

    Title

    A Simplified, Minimal Risk Architectural Strategy for the Exploration of Near-Earth Objects

    abstract

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    Session

    4. Going beyond the Earth-Moon system: Human Missions to Mars, Libration points, and NEO’s

    symposium

    A5. 14th HUMAN EXPLORATION OF THE MOON AND MARS SYMPOSIUM

    congress

    IAC-11

    Type of presentation

    oral

    Main author

    Mr. Rob Landis, NASA Wallops Flight Facility, United States

    Co-authors

    Dr. Paul Abell, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Johnson Space Center, United States;

    Mr. Dan Mazanek, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Langley Research Center, United States;

    Ms. Cheryl Reed, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    Dr. James Garvin, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, United States;

    Mr. Daniel Adamo, United States;

    Dr. Thomas Jones, Association of Space Explorers, United States;

    Mr. Ronald Mink, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, United States;

    Mr. Brent Barbee, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, United States;

    Dr. Andrew Cheng, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    Dr. Andrew Rivkin, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    Dr. Richard Dissly, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., United States;

    Dr. Robert Gold, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    Mr. Kenneth Hibbard, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    Mr. Lindley Johnson, NASA Headquarters, United States;

    Mr. Timothy Kennedy, NASA Johnson Space Center, United States;