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    Title

    Space Environment and effects on space missions

    Description

    The space environment can strongly impact the performance of spacecraft systems and science instruments, the reliability of space missions, and ultimately mission success. The space environment has several components, including high-energy radiations, plasma, atomic oxygen, planetary dust, extreme temperature, vacuum, micro-gravity, micrometeoroid and debris, etc. Environmental conditions yield constraints at the design phases, and risk mitigation in the course of the mission. The evaluation of the nominal and worst-case conditions to be met, and of their impact on mission science objectives, instruments and spacecraft systems/sub-systems are thus of prime importance. This session will encompass the following topics: Space Weather, Plasma, Spacecraft Charging, Radiation, Atomic Oxygen, Planetary Dust, Interactions with Planetary Exospheres and Plumes, Combined Environments, Physical Processes, Modelling and Prediction, Risk Mitigation, Ground Testing, Flight Measurements, Flight Experiments, In-Flight Anomaly Resolution and Lessons Learned.

    Date

    2019-10-24

    Time

    09:45

    Room

    145A

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Mr. Jean-Francois Roussel, Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales (ONERA), France;

    • Co-Chair: Prof. MENGU CHO, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan;

    • Rapporteur: Mr. Carlos Soares, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    09:45

    classification of solar events using machine learning and satellite accelerometers

    15

    confirmed

    Ms. Kelsey Doerksen

    University of Western Ontario (UWO)

    Canada

    2

    10:00

    Ionospheric Modeling during Geomagnetic Storm for Space Weather Application

    15

    Ms. Mpho Tshisaphungo

    South African National Space Agency (SANSA)

    South Africa

    3

    10:15

    Phenomenological Earth Radiation Belts Modeling: The 5DRBM-E and 5DRBM-P Models for Trapped Electrons and Protons

    15

    Mr. Lionel Métrailler

    European Space Agency (ESA/ESAC)

    Spain

    4

    10:30

    Ensuring Operational Space Safety in an Unpredictable Space Environment

    15

    Mr. Andrew Monham

    Eumetsat

    Germany

    5

    10:45

    Extreme Auroral Charging in High Inclination, Low-Earth Orbits

    15

    Dr. Joseph Minow

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

    United States

    6

    11:00

    Return plasma current interactions between a capacitively coupled plasma thruster and spacecraft surfaces

    15

    Prof. Amelia Greig

    California Polytechnic State University

    United States

    7

    11:15

    Risk Assessment for Spacecraft Surface Discharging Induced by Micro Space Debris

    15

    Prof. Jianguo Huang

    Beijing Institute of Spacecraft Environment Engineering

    China

    8

    11:30

    Assessment of Space Environment effects on ESD Cubesat through new Spacesuite code

    15

    Dr. Jean-Charles Matéo-Vélez

    ONERA

    France

    9

    11:45

    High-Energy Radiation Testing and Effects on Spacecraft Materials Outgassing

    15

    Mr. Carlos Soares

    NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    United States

    10

    12:00

    Radiation testing for space applications at ENEA Frascati 35 MeV proton linear accelerator

    15

    Mrs. Giulia Bazzano

    ENEA - Ente per le Nuove Tecnologie l'Energia e lAmbiente

    Italy

    11

    12:15

    Status and Future of Research on Plume Induced Contamination

    15

    Dr. Martin Grabe

    DLR (German Aerospace Center)

    Germany

    12

    12:30

    Spacecraft Molecular Return Flux Considerations for Missions Targeting Detection of Organics with Mass Spectrometers

    15

    Mr. Carlos Soares

    NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    United States