(1) Countering Objections to Space Settlement (2) Urban-focused satellite CO2 observations from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3: A first look at the Los Angeles megacity

August 7 @ 10:00 am 12:30 pm PDT

(Saturday, August 7, 2021) (1) Countering Objections to Space Settlement (2) Urban-focused satellite CO2 observations from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3: A first look at the Los Angeles megacity

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AIAA LA-LV e-Town Hall Meeting 8/7

Saturday, August 7, 2021, 10 AM PDT

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(Part I) (10:10 AM – 11:20 AM PDT (GMT -0700))
Countering Objections to Space Settlement
by
Mr. Al Globus

Contract software engineer, NASA Ames Research Center – Retired
AIAA Space Colonization Technical Committee
NSS Board of Directors
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(Part II)(11:20 AM – 12:30 PM PDT (GMT -0700))
Urban-focused satellite CO2 observations from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3:
A first look at the Los Angeles megacity
by
Dr. Matthäus Kiel

Research Scientist
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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(Part I)
Countering Objections to Space Settlement
Space settlement is moving from the fringe of space conversations towards the center. As this happens some will object to one or more aspects of space settlement. Most of these objections have been heard before. Indeed, since space settlement became part of the discussion with Gerard O’Neill’s work on free space settlements in the 1970s, many of the same objections have surfaced again and again. The space settlement movement, including this author, has some experience responding to these attacks. This presentation is intended to be a place to find rebuttals to objections to space settlement. For each objection there are talking points and a brief discussion.

Mr. Al Globus worked at NASA Ames for 39 years as a contract software engineer on space settlement, asteroid mining, Hubble, space stations, X37, shuttle, Earth observation, TDRSS, cubesats, lunar teleoperation, spaceflight effects on bone, molecular nanotechnology, scientific visualization, and space solar power publishing dozens of papers on these and other topics. He founded and has run the annual NSS Space Settlement Contest for 7-12 grade students for over 25 years. The contest attracted 14,000 kids in 2020. Most recently, he found a way to build O’Neill-style space settlements with multiple orders of magnitude less mass and place them close to Earth, making launch from Earth practical.

Al is a member of the NSS Board of Directors, chairman of the Space Settlement Advocacy Committee, member of the Policy committee, and sits on the board of the Alliance for Space Development.
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(Part II)
Urban-focused satellite CO2 observations from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3:
A first look at the Los Angeles megacity
The NASA Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 and -3 (OCO-2 and OCO-3) are the first NASA space-based sensors designed to measure carbon dioxide (CO2) from space with the precision and coverage needed to identify the sources emitting it into the atmosphere and the natural processes that absorb it at the surface.

Whereas OCO-2 (launched in 2014) provides global maps of column-averaged dry-air mole fractions of carbon dioxide (XCO2) with a 16-day repeat cycle, OCO-3 is specifically designed to support the identification and quantification of anthropogenic CO2 emissions on regional scales (<100km). OCO-3 was launched on May 4, 2019 from Kennedy Space Center via a Space-X Falcon 9 rocket. The instrument was installed two days later as an external payload on the International Space Station (ISS). OCO-3’s new Snapshot Area Map (SAM) and target mode observations provide an innovative dataset for carbon studies on sub-city scales. Unlike any other current space-based instrument, OCO-3 has the ability to scan large contiguous areas (up to 80km x 80km) of emission hot spots like cities, power plants, and volcanoes. These measurements result in dense, fine-scale spatial maps of XCO2.

Here we present XCO2 distributions over the Los Angeles megacity (LA) derived from the very first OCO-3 SAM and target mode observations taken in October 2019 and early 2020. Urban XCO2 enhancements range from 0 − 6 parts per million (ppm) relative to a clean background. OCO-3’s SAM observations reveal intra-urban variations of XCO2 over the city that have never been observed from space before. The spatial variations are mainly driven by the complex fossil fuel emission patterns and meteorological conditions in the LA Basin. In the future, OCO-3’s frequent target and SAM mode observations will play a major role in quantifying anthropogenic emissions over urban areas world wide. These measurements can help to monitor the effectiveness and progress of localized CO2 emission reduction policies.

Dr. Matthäus Kiel is a Research Scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Since obtaining his Ph.D. in Physics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), his research has focused primarily on the retrieval of atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations from multiple remote sensing platforms (satellite, airborne, ground-based). Dr. Kiel conducted his postdoctoral studies at the California Institute of Technology with focus on the terrestrial carbon cycle, addressing cross-cutting challenges in the anthropogenic footprint of carbon and its relationship to air quality. Presently, Dr. Kiel is a member of the OCO-2 and OCO-3 science and validation teams at JPL. He provides science support for the development of retrieval algorithms and has extensive experience in validating satellite products against independent measurements. Further, Dr. Kiel is part of the MAIA science team at JPL and works on the quality assessment of aerosol and particular matter measurements from space. He works closely with all project teams including calibration, algorithm, validation, and mission planning.
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(September 5, 2020) Bill Gerstenmaier (SpaceX)(ISS’s critical role in enabling human exploration beyond low Earth orbit) | Dr. Bruce Banerdt (JPL)(Mars InSight) | Frank Czopek (Introduction to GPS/Pre-History of GPS)

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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

 

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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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(August 22, 2020) AIAA LA LV Space Architecture Gathering 2020

August 22, 2020 @ 10:00 am 2:30 pm PDT

(August 22, 2020) AIAA LA LV Space Architecture Gathering 2020

Aug 22, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM (PT)

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Space Architecture Gathering 2020

August 22, 2020, 10 AM

(All time PDT (US and Canada Time)
10:05 am: Welcome Message (Dr. Chandrashekar Sonwane)
10:10 am: Brief Introduction (Prof. Madhu Thangavelu)
10:30 – Olga Bannova – SATC and SICSA work
10:45 – Anastasia Prosina – Interior design of space habitats
11:00 – Marc Cohen – Lunar Studies
11:15 – Brand Griffin – Lunar Concepts
11:30 – Kriss Kennedy – Space Architecture @ the Tipping Point
11:45 – Scott Howe – Space Architecture & Construction
12:00 – John Mankins – Moon Village
12:15 – Barbara Imhof – SHEE & EDEN
12:30 – Barbara Belvisi – Simulators
12:45 – John Spencer -Space Tourism – exploring the space experience design frontier
13:00 – Melodie Yashar – Space Exploration Architecture: the Moon and Mars
13:15 – Jack Stuster – Tasks, Skills, and Abilities for the First Human Expeditions to Mars
13:30 – Discussion
14:30 – Fin

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Please join us and meet with and listen to the leaders and practitioners in Space Architecture. The theme will relate to human space activity in general and human lunar activity in particular, including but not limited to NASA’s Artemis project and Artemis Accords. https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/A-New-Era-for-Space-Exploration-and-Development-07-23-2020.pdf
 
The Artemis Lunar Program will offer new opportunities for advances in architecture, commercialization, design, engineering, exploration, habitation, ISRU, operations, and science at the Gateway Station, in cis-lunar space, on the lunar lander, on the surface of the Moon, and perhaps beneath the surface.

Prof. Madhu Thangavelu
(Chair/Moderator of the Panel/Event)
Faculty Member, USC / ISU
Chair / Moderator of this Event

Ms. Anastasia Prosina
Founder & CEO at Stellar Amenities Award-winning aspirational futurist and practitioner in Space Architecture

Ms. Melodie Yashar
Design Architect, Researcher and co-founder of Space Exploration Architecture (SEArch+)

Ms. Barbara Belvisi
Founder and CEO of Interstellar Lab

Dr. Barbara Imhof
LIQUIFER Systems Group
Researcher, Univ. of Applied Arts Vienna
Professor, Universität Kassel

Mr. Brand Griffin
Program Manager
Genesis Engineering Solutions
Member of AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC)
ISU Faculty Emeritus

Dr. Marc Cohen
Mission Architecture Lead at Space Cooperative

Dr. Jack Stuster
President, Anacapa Sciences,
Certified Professional Ergonomist, Author, Bold Endeavors: Lessons from Polar and Space Exploration

Mr. Kriss J. Kennedy
Architect, Space Architect
TECHNE‘ Architects, LLC
Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Houston-SICSA

Dr. A. Scott Howe
Senior Systems Engineer,
Space Architect,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
(NASA / Caltech)

Mr. John Spencer
Outer Space Architect
Founder, President,
Space Tourism Society
Co-Founder and Chief Designer:
Mars World Enterprises, Inc.
Co-Founder and President:
Red Planet Ventures, Inc.

Mr. John Mankins
Vice President,
Moon Village Association
Founder and President,
Mankins Space Technology, Inc.
NSS Board of Directors

 

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e-Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Bill Gerstenmaier (SpaceX), Dr. Bruce Banerdt (JPL), and Frank Czopek (GPS)

September 5, 2020 @ 10:00 am 4:00 pm PDT

e-Town Hall Meeting w/ Dr. Bill Gerstenmaier (SpaceX), Dr. Bruce Banerdt (JPL), & Frank Czopek

 Sep 5, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PT)

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Agenda/Schedule (September 5, 2020)

10:05 AM Dr. Chandrashekhar Sonwane (AIAA LA LV Section Chair) (Welcome)
10:10 AM Dr. Dan Dumbacher (AIAA Eexcutive Director)
10:30 AM Dr. Bill Gerstenmaier (SpaceX)
12:00 PM Dr. Bruce Banerdt (Mars InSight)
1:30 PM Frank Czopek (Introduction to GPS and Pre-History of GPS)
4:00 PM Adjourn

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International Space Station’s critical role in enabling human exploration beyond low Earth orbit

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Dr. William H. Gerstenmaier

SpaceX

AIAA Honorary Fellow

Former Associate Administrator for the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (NASA HQ)

 

Gerstenmaier is widely considered one of the world’s top specialists in flying humans in space, frequently testifying before Congress on the subject. -CNBC.com, 22 February, 2020

William H. Gerstenmaier (born September 1954) is an aerospace engineer and policymaker, who served as NASA’s Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations between 2005 and July 10, 2019. Prior to being Associate Administrator, Gerstenmaier served as the International Space Station Program Manager, at Johnson Space Center, a position he began in June 2002. In February of 2020 SpaceX announced that Gerstenmaier, had joined the company as a consultant, as the company prepared to launch astronauts for the first time.

As a teenager he followed the early space programs of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. He had early dreams of being a test pilot, and after high school, enrolled at the United States Naval Academy. After seeing so many pilots returning from the Vietnam War, he thought he may not get a chance to fly, and chose to reconsider his path. He transferred to Purdue’s School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, hoping to get into flight via academics. During his time at Purdue, Gerstenmaier found a great interest in space technology, and chose to focus on this area for his career.

Gerstenmaier graduated with a bachelor of science in aeronautical engineering from Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 1977, and joined the Lewis Research Center (now called the John Glenn Research Center) in Ohio, beginning his career with NASA. Initially doing research with supersonic wind tunnels, developing air data curve information used during entry on the Space Shuttle. Gerstenmaier continued his education, obtaining his master’s degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Toledo in 1981.

In 1980, Gerstenmaier moved to Houston, Texas, to work at the Johnson Space Center, in mission control specializing in propulsion systems on the Space Shuttle, and was involved in the earliest phases of the International Space Station design. In 1984, he was a semi-finalist in the selection for NASA Astronaut Group 10

In 1992, Gerstenmaier was given a fellowship from NASA to obtain his doctorate degree from Purdue, and in 1992 and 1993, he completed course work for a doctorate in dynamics and control, with a minor in propulsion at Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Of the time away from NASA, he said, “It was the most humbling experience of my life.” In May 2019, Purdue awarded Gerstenmaier an Honorary Ph.D. In Aeronautics and Astronautics.

In 1995, Gerstenmaier returned to NASA as the Shuttle/Mir Program Operations Manager, and was the liaison to the Russian Space Agency for operations and protocols. For the first half of 1996, he was stationed in Russia to support astronaut Shannon Lucid, who spent six months aboard Mir.

In December 2000, Gerstenmaier was named Deputy Manager of the International Space Station Program.

Throughout his career he has received numerous awards, but he recognizes that these awards are only possible through the work of amazing teams.

Mr. Gerstenmaier is well suited to talk about the unique role of ISS in exploration.

International Space Station’s critical role in enabling human exploration beyond low Earth orbit

Station is often recognized for being an engineering marvel, playing a key role in international cooperation, and for having crews continuously on board for almost 20 years. This presentation will focus on the key role that ISS is playing in enabling human exploration beyond low Earth orbit. ISS obviously can enable testing of spacecraft systems that must work for the extended journey’s beyond low Earth orbit. This presentation will discuss many subtle and critical aspects that are not commonly attributed to ISS. It is often stated that the funds spent of ISS would be better spent directly on human exploration beyond low Earth orbit. This presentation will provide an alternate viewpoint and show that ISS today is contributing in ways that could be critical to the future success.

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The InSight Mission to Mars
by
JPL Mission Principal Investigator
Dr. Bruce Banerdt
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
(Landed at Elysium Planitia on November 26, 2018)

Dr. Bruce Banerdt, Principal Investigator of the InSight mission, is a planetary geophysicist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He holds a B.S. in Physics and a Ph.D. in Geophysics from the University of Southern California and has worked in the Earth and Space Sciences Division of JPL since 1977. Dr. Banerdt has served on a number of NASA and National Academy of Sciences advisory panels on planetary and space science and has published over 90 journal articles, reports and book chapters. His research focuses on the geological history of the planet Mars and geophysical investigations of the interiors of terrestrial planets using analyses of gravity, magnetic, topographic and seismic data. He has participated in several planetary flight instrument teams, including the MOLA altimeters on Mars Observer and Mars Global Surveyor, the SAR on Magellan, and the Seismometer on the CNES NetLander mission, and he served as Project Scientist for the Spirit and Opportunity rovers for six years.

The InSight Mission to Mars

The InSight landed in the Elysium Planitia region of Mars on November 26, 2018. In contrast to the 45 previous missions to Mars, which have thoroughly explored its surface features and chemistry, atmosphere, and searched for past or present life, InSight will focus on the deep interior of the plane, investigating the processes of terrestrial planet formation and evolution by performing the first comprehensive surface-based geophysical measurements on Mars, using seismologya, precision tracking (for rotational dynamics), and heat flow measurements. It will provide key information on the composition and structure of an Earth-like planet that has gone through most of the evolutionary stages of the Earth up to plate tectonics. I will describe the mission and its science goals, and give an update on its current status on the surface of Mars.

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Introduction to GPS & Pre-History of GPS

by

Frank Czopek

• Has worked Space and armor systems for all his career • 35 years on GPS• Hired at the start of the GPS operational era• Held numerous jobs on GPS from Responsible Engineer to Program Manager• Unofficial GPS Space historian

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN*What Does the following have to do with GPS-The Slovakian independence movement of 1918-Development of RADAR-Nixon being elected to the second term in the White House-Sputnik-AC 130 Gunship*The significance of-NDS payload-ICDs*Why Raytheon claims to have invented GPS*The cast of Individuals who we need to thank

 

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Research in Space: International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory

Leading experts from the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory will be visiting AIAA Los Angeles in a few weeks. We are planning on having a public event for all, including but not limited to Aerospace Professionals, their family and friends, STEM students, teachers and any other members of public.

The event is a great occasion to meet and brainstorm ideas on research carried out in the International Space Station (ISS).

If your organization, college, or school, is involved or is interested in experiments carried out at the International Space Station, and wants to get involved in the event, please contact us. We want to reach out to all community members of Southern California.

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International Space Station (ISS)