(July 17, 2021) (1) Michael Collins’ Life (2) How to Become an Astronaut (3) Astronaut Radiation Protection / Trip to the Moon and Mars (4) Driving Perseverance on Mars (Apollo 11 Moon Landing and Viking Mars Landing Anniversaries (52nd and 45th))

(July 17, 2021) (1) Michael Collins’ Life (2) How to Become an Astronaut (3) Astronaut Radiation Protection / Trip to the Moon and Mars (4) Driving Perseverance on Mars (Apollo 11 Moon Landing and Viking Mars Landing Anniversaries (52nd and 45th))

09:00 AM PDT: Welcome and AIAA LA-LV Introduction
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10:25 AM PDT: Prof. Paul D. Ronney
11:27 AM PDT: Prof. Dr. Sarah Baatout
12:15 PM PDT: Dr. Jeng Yen, PhD
01:35 PM PDT: Adjourn

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In the Science Fiction novel “2Reply noReply” of the Belgian author Peter Rakers about the preparation of martionauts, she plays her own character training and teaching the selected crew before their space mission to Mars.

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AIAA LA LV July 17 2021 Apollo 11 and Vikings Anniversaries
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Apollo 11 Moon Landing (52nd) and Vikings Mars Landing (45th) Anniversaries

July 17 @ 9:00 am 1:30 pm PDT

1) Michael Collins 2) Become an Astronaut 3) Radiation Protection 4) Drive Mars Perseverance (Apollo 11 and Vikings Anniversaries)

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AIAA LA-LV Celebrates the Anniversaries of

Apollo 11 Moon Landing (52nd) and Vikings Mars Landing (45th)

July 17, 2021, 9 AM PDT (US and Canada) (GMT -0700)

Speakers

(The list may not represent the actual order of presentations.)

“Michael Collins: A Life Well Live”

Dr. Jennifer Ross-Nazzal

Historian

NASA Johnson Space Center

 

“NASA Astronaut Program – How to Become an Astronaut”

Dr. Paul D. Ronney

AIAA Associate Fellow

Professor and Chair, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering,

Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California

 

“Radiation Protection of Astronauts, and Human Space Exploration to the Moon and Mars”

Prof. Dr. Sarah Baatout

Director/Head of Radiobiology Unit, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre

SCK-CEN, Belgium,

Invited Professor @ Department of Astrophysics, KULeuven, Belgium,

Member, The United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR),

Secretary-Treasurer of the European Radiation Research Society

 

“Drive Perseverance on Mars”

Jeng Yen, PhD

Group Supervisor, Robotics

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / California Institute of Technology

 

Tentative Agenda (All Time PDT (Pacific Daylight Time, US and Canada))

09:00 AM PDT: Welcome and AIAA LA-LV Introduction

09:05 AM PDT: Dr. Jennifer Ross-Nazzal

10:20 AM PDT: Prof. Paul D. Ronney

11:05 AM PDT: Prof. Dr. Sarah Baatout

11:50 AM PDT: Dr. Jeng Yen, PhD

01:20 PM PDT: Adjourn

 

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The Challenges of Landing Perseverance on Mars by Mr. Allen (with Brief Recognition of the AIAA LA-LV members with 25, 40, 50, 60, and 70 Years of Membership)

May 27 @ 7:00 pm 8:50 pm PDT

(May 27, 2021) The Challenges of Landing Perseverance on Mars by Mr. Allen Chen (with Brief Recognition of the AIAA LA-LV members with 25, 40, 50, 60, and 70 Years of Membership)

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The Challenges of Landing Perseverance on Mars

by

Mr. Allen Chen

Systems engineer in the Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems and

Advanced Technologies group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Thursday, May 27, 2021, 7 PM PDT (A Zoom Webinar)

also with

Recognition of AIAA LA-LV Members of 25, 40, 50, 60, and 70 years of Membership

by Mr. Aldo Martinez
AIAA LA-LV Membership Chair
Boeing

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Dr. Jeff Puschell
AIAA LA-LV Section Chair, AIAA Fellow
Raytheon Intelligence & Space

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Mr. Allen Chen is a systems engineer in the Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems and Advanced Technologies group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is currently the Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) Lead for the Mars 2020 project. During his ten year tour of duty on the Mars Science Laboratory mission, he was the EDL operation lead, the EDL flight dynamics lead, co-led the joint science/engineering Mars atmosphere characterization team, was a member of the Flight System Systems Engineering team, and did play-by-play commentary for landing. He also worked on the Mars Exploration Rovers project, performing EDL reconstruction analysis and testing.

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(July 18, 2020) Apollo 11 (51st) and Vikings (44th)

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AIAA LA-LV Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of ISS

October 31, 2020 @ 10:00 am 2:30 pm PDT

AIAA LA-LV Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the International Space Station

Oct 31, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM (PT)

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AIAA LA-LV Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the International Space Station

Saturday, October 31, 2020, 10 AM

 

with

authors from the Outward Odyssey series of spaceflight history books: David Hitt (Moderator), Francis French, Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Jay Chladek

(ISS and Beyond: A Historical Perspective on Life in Space)

 

Larry A. Trager and Dr. Cheng-Yi LuAerojet-Rocketdyne

(Aerojet-Rocketdyne Space Station Power Systems)

 

Mr. Liam Kennedy

Inventor of the ISS-Above

Former President, Orange County Astronomers

Former Griffith Observatory Planetarium Lecturer

Former NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador

(ISS-Above, a Raspberry Pi gizmo that presents a rich set of live information about the ISS including live video views of the earth)

 

ISS and Beyond: A Historical Perspective on Life in Space

As the world celebrates the 20th anniversary of humanity’s international outpost on the space frontier, the AIAA Los Angeles Section hosts authors from the Outward Odyssey series of spaceflight history books for a panel discussion on the path that brought us to this milestone, and on what lies ahead. From the earliest human spaceflights through the lessons learned on America’s first space station, Skylab, though the International Space Station and on to the dawning commercial space age that will shape operations in Earth orbit and beyond, panelists will share stories from history with an eye toward what’s yet to come.

 

David Hitt – David Hitt is co-author of two books, “Homesteading Space: The Skylab Story,” written with astronauts Owen Garriott and Joe Kerwin, and “Bold They Rise: The Space Shuttle Early Years.”Hitt has worked at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center since 2002, and currently serves as a payload engagement strategist for NASA’s Space Launch System, working with scientists and mission developers interested in launching spacecraft on America’s next-generation heavy-lift rocket that will return astronauts to the moon. A contractor employee with ASRC Federal, Hitt is a recipient of the Silver Snoopy Award, given by NASA’s astronaut office. A former newspaper editor, Hitt is a native of Huntsville, AL, and holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi. He is a former chair of the National Space Society’s policy formulation subcommittee and serves as a volunteer at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center museum in Huntsville, a role he began during a restoration effort for the Center’s Skylab trainer.He and his wife, Rebecca, have one son, Owen.

 

Francis French – Francis brings International experience in relating science, engineering, music, astronomy, art, and wildlife to general audiences through classes, workshops, public speaking, television and documentary productions. He is the author of numerous bestselling history books, and an international keynote speaker at conferences.

 

Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom is an author, speaker and space entrepreneur. She is the Co-Founder of International Space Consultants and SpaceBase – a social enterprise working to democratize access to space in emerging countries, starting with New Zealand. Emeline is an Edmund Hillary Fellow, and is the former Chief Impact Officer of Singularity University based in California, USA. Emeline has Physics, and Earth and Space Science degrees, and attended the International Space University Space Studies Program. She has worked and consulted for several space startups including Space Adventures and Zero Gravity Corporation. She was the Payload Flight Manager for Odyssey Moon. Emeline is co-author of the book Realizing Tomorrow: The Path to Private Space Flight which was selected in 2013 for the US Air Force’s Chief of Staff Reading List.

 

Jay Chladek is a spaceflight historian and a regular contributor to the online forum collectSPACE. In his Outward Odyssey volume Outposts on the Frontier, Chladek documents the historical tapestry of the people, the early attempts at space station programs, and how astronauts and engineers have contributed to and shaped the ISS in surprising ways.

Liam Kennedy is the inventor of the ISS-Above, a single board computer device (a Raspberry Pi) that presents a rich set of live information about the ISS including live video views of the earth. What started as a weekend project in 2013 to build a cool gizmo to inspire his own grandchildren has now been shipped to more than 3,500 locations around the world including private homes, schools, science centers and even at every NASA center nationwide. ISS-Above is one of the education partners with the ISS National Lab and received a grant to support their use in 100’s of schools across the USA.

 

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(July 18, 2020) Apollo 11 (51st) and Vikings (44th) Anniversary 2020

July 18, 2020 @ 10:00 am 3:30 pm PDT

(July 18, 2020) Apollo 11 (51st) and Vikings (44th) Anniversary 2020 with James French

Jul 18, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM (PT)

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Apollo 11 (51st) and Vikings (44th) Anniversary 2020 (Neil’s Day)

James R. French, JRF Consulting, AIAA Fellow
“Gone But Not Forgotten, The Test Stands for the Rocket Engines of Apollo”
 
 
Prof. David Barnhart, Director, USC ISI / SERC, Faculty Liason to RPL/LPL
“Moving Past Apollo: This generation’s tools to build the 2nd major step for Mankind in Space”
 
 
Carl Stechman, Aerospace Propulsion Systems Consultant, Aerojet-Rocketdyne / Marquardt Retired, Apollo, Space Shuttle, Orion Engineer
“Evolution of the Apollo SM/LM RCS rocket engine into Cassini and Orion”

Gerald Blackburn, North America Rockwell – Retired,
Engineer, Project Manager, Boeing Corporation
Founder and CEO of Tinkers Corner LLC
“250,000 miles a Proper Social Distance?
– The Aerospace Industry was a significant developer of the Contamination Control Technologies and Techniques used today.”

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“Gone But Not Forgotten, The Test Stands for the Rocket Engines of Apollo”
 
 
Before they lofted the Saturn launch vehicles into space and landed the Lunar Module on the Moon, the rocket engines in these vehicles had to be tested on the ground. This was first done on test stands at Santa Susanna, Inglewood, and San Juan Capistrano California before moving on to Edwards Rocket Base and NASA facilities. These original stands are mostly gone now but they appear again in the pictures of this presentation. Jim French worked on these engines and test stands and shares his memories of those days.

 

 
 
 
 

James R. French
AIAA Fellow (60+ year member of AIAA !)
President, JRF Aerospace Consulting LLC


James R French graduated from MIT in 1958 with a degree of BSME Specializing in Propulsion. While at MIT, Mr French became the Founding President of the MIT Chapter of The American Rocket Society, an AIAA predecessor. In the ensuing years he has pursued additional education both in technical subjects and management. 

Upon graduation, he accepted a job with Rocketdyne Div. of North American Aviation and during a 5 year employment, worked on developmental testing of H-1 engines and combustion devices hardware for F-1 and J-2 engines used in Saturn 5. He was also involved in various experimental programs. Moving on to TRW Systems, Mr. French was Lead Development Test Engineer on the Lunar Module Descent Engine and was responsible for bringing on-line the High Altitude Test Stand use for all-up LMDE testing at TRW’s Capistrano Test Site. He also was involved in experimental testing of exotic propellants.

After leaving TRW as propulsion work ran down, Mr. French joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he worked on testing and launch vehicle integration for Mariners 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9; Viking 1 & 2 and Voyager 1 & 2. Mr. French was Advanced Planetary studies Manager for JPL for several years as well as Chief Engineer for the SP-100 Space Nuclear Power System. He was Chief Engineer of a RTG powered Mars Rover study for a vehicle essentially identical to Curiosity.

Leaving JPL after 19 years, Mr. French was VP Engineering and Chief Engineer for American Rocket Company developing hybrid rocket launch vehicles.

Since leaving AMROC in 1987, Mr. French has been consultant to a variety of aerospace companies, SDIO, NASA, and USAF. As a consultant to SDIO he functioned as the government’s chief engineer on the DC-X project. He has participated in various startup companies in the private space flight arena and currently consults extensively to Blue Origin, a company in which he has been involved since its beginnings. He has worked with Project Icarus investigating interstellar missions. His current efforts draw primarily upon his extensive experience in rocket propulsion development and operational aspects of launch vehicles.

Mr. French is co-author with Dr. Michael Griffin of the best-selling text Space Vehicle Design, published by AIAA. For over 20 years he taught a 4 day short course, mostly through AIAA, on the same topic. The second edition of the book has received the Summerfield Book Award for 2008. Mr French is also the author of Firing a Rocket, a reminiscence of testing rocket engines for the Apollo missions.

Mr. French is a Fellow of both AIAA and the British Interplanetary Society and a 60+ year member of AIAA. He has held several Technical Committee and other posts in AIAA. In 2018, Mr. French was named Engineer of the Year by the Orange County Section of AIAA.

 
 
Moving Past Apollo: This generation’s tools to build the 2nd major step for Mankind in Space”
 
 
 
 

 

Prof. David Barnhart
Director, USC ISI / SERC
Faculty Liason to RPL/LPL

 


David Barnhart is currently an active Research Professor in the Department of Astronautical Engineering at USC, the faculty liason to USC’s student rocketry groups (RPL/LPL), and the Director/Co- Founder of the USC Space Engineering Research Center located at the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) operated jointly with Astronautical Engineering.

At USC David specializes in developing innovative technologies and architectures for 2nd generation space morphologies, rendezvous and proximity operations technologies/techniques, and hands-on projects with students, faculty and staff through an “engineering teaching hospital” construct. The SERC created and launched USC’s first two Cubesat’s into space in 2010 and 2012. Over 200 students have graduated through the SERC’s hands on training capabilities and every summer hosts US and international student interns. SERC is currently the technical arm for a national and global standards development push for commercial rendezvous and servicing missions (CONFERS), creating a larger re-usable Lunar Lander simulator project, and has the third USC Satellite flight planned for Summer 2019.

David was most recently a senior space Project Manager at DARPA, pioneering cellular spacecraft morphologies, satbotics, space robotics and low cost high volume manufacturing on the Phoenix and SeeMe projects. He represented the first DARPA space project at the United Nations COPUOS in Vienna Austria addressing new technology pushing the need for updates to space regulations and policy issues for next generation missions.

Prior to USC and DARPA David helped initiate two commercial space companies; co-founding and serving as Vice President and CFO for Millennium Space Systems in Los Angeles CA; and was the youngest elected member of a three-person international Executive Management board for a German startup in Bremen, Vanguard Space, one of the first companies working commercial spacecraft servicing.

David started his career as a civilian for the Air Force Research Labs spending over 13 years helping to birth several notable innovations in micro-miniature electronic technologies, micro-chemical/electric propulsion systems, some of the first small satellites for remote observations, and the first independent RPO missions.


Evolution of the Apollo SM/LM RCS rocket engine into Cassini and Orion

 

 
 
 
 
 

Carl Stechman
Aerospace Propulsion Systems Consultant, Aerojet-Rocketdyne / Marquardt Retired, Apollo, Space Shuttle, Orion Engineer


Carl Stechman has 60 years of experience related to the conception, design, development, qualification, production and marketing of small (4-4000 N thrust) liquid hypergolic propellant based rocket engines and propulsion systems using hydrazine compounds, nitrogen tetroxide, hydrogen, oxygen, fluorine, and other space related liquids and gases.

He graduated from the University of California Berkeley in 1958 with a BS in chemical engineering and a subsequently an MS in engineering from California State University, Northridge. After a short one year at Rocketdyne he moved to The Marquardt Company and after many company name changes retired from Aerojet in 2011. During his more than 50 years he was a project engineer, program manager, chief engineer, chief scientist, rocket systems director and director marketing. His specific engineering specialties included heat transfer, thermodynamics, mechanical design and chemical engineering.

In the early 1960’s he was heavily involved in the Apollo reaction control engine (Model R-4D) development and qualification subsequent to his co-authoring a report for NASA on the design of liquid rocket Engines. His primary duties during that time period as manager of the Marquardt development group was to insure the reliability of the Apollo engine through extensive off limit testing. 

His many subsequent achievements include:

The design, development and qualification of the first integrated satellite propulsion system for Space Systems Loral which included a performance and material uprated Apollo R-4D-164 490 N bipropellant rocket engine. This engine is still produced today for the Orion program.Design and subsequent development (as project engineer) of the Space Shuttle 4000 N and 110 N liquid bipropellant control thrusters.Patent holder for the model HiPATtm 445 N R-4D-15 Rhenium material based combustion chamber liquid bipropellant rocket engine using both MON-3/MMH and MON-3/N2H4.Design and development/qualification of the R-42 900 N Liquid rocket engine and its upgrades.Design and development of the model R-6C 22N thruster which provided ACS for numerous satellites and spacecraft.Design and development of the Model R-1E uprated 110 N engine used on the IHI HTV and the X-37.

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250,000 miles a Proper Social Distance? 
– The Aerospace Industry was a significant developer of the Contamination Control Technologies and Techniques used today.


Gerald Blackburn
North American Rockwell – Retired,
Engineer, Project Manager, Boeing Corporation,
Founder and CEO of Tinkers Corner LLC
Gerald is an engineer and was a Project Manager with the Boeing Corporation. He has been in the Aerospace Industry for over 40 years. His career has spanned the entire manned space program from the X-15 at North American Aviation to the Apollo, Saturn SII, Space Shuttle and International Space Station Programs.
His proactive leadership in business and education partnerships is widely known. Gerald has taught at the California State University in Los Angeles, University of Southern California and Cerritos College. He has been an active member of several business and education advisory boards and served on the California State Department of Education Advisory Committee for Career Technology Education.
Gerald is also a professional international speaker on the history and programs of the Aerospace Industry of Southern California. He is author of “Downey’s Aerospace History” by Arcadia Publishing.
Mr. Blackburn has an MBA from Pepperdine University and is a native Californian.
He is a Director of Columbia Memorial Space Center Foundation and Past President and Executive Advisor of the Aerospace Legacy Foundation developing historical preservation and outreach projects.
Gerald is the Founder and CEO of Tinkers Corner LLC
a STEM education resource company in Southern California.
He enjoys spending time with his seven grandchildren and traveling with his wife Kathy.
Contact: blackbga@yahoo.com 562.447.5552c

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(May 20, 2020 Aero Alumni) Effects of Volcano Ash on Aviation 40 Years afte

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(Aero Alumni) Effects of Volcano Ash on Aviation 40 Years after Mt. St. Helens

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Effects of Volcano Ash on Aviation 40 Years after Mt. St. Helens

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Effects of Volcano Ash on Aviation 40 Years after Mt. St. Helens

 

Forty years ago today, May 18, 1980, a volcano in Washington state erupted explosively. The resulting high altitude ash clouds severely disrupted flights in the northern American flight paths. Subsequent eruptions in Iceland, Alaska, and the Ring of Fire have shown volcanoes to be an expensive and potentially dangerous hazard.

 

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Rosenquist, Gary

1980-05-18

Sequence of Mount St. Helens photos of the colossal landslide and ensuing lateral blast following the Mw 5.1 earthquake, 1980. Timestamps indicate the time following the earthquake.

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Aero Alumni April 15, 2020 Apollo 13 50th Anniversary Online Commemoration

Aero Alumni April 15, 2020 Apollo 13 50th Anniversary Online Commemoration:

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YouTube AIAA LA-LV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCJrx_vB7oxnU6T1yinEapg

On Engage @ AIAA LA-LV:
https://engage.aiaa.org/losangeles-lasvegas/viewdocument/april-15-2020-aero-alumni-apollo

Aero Alumni April 15, 2020 Apollo 13 50th Anniversary Online Commemoration