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Title: Mars missions operations plenary session for SpaceOps 2004 Montral, Quebec, Canada May 18, 2004


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Mars missions operations plenary
sessionforSpaceOps 2004Montréal, Quebec,
CanadaMay 18, 2004
  • Gen. Eugene Tattini, Deputy Director
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • California Institute of Technology

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AgendaPlenary
Opening Remarks Lt. Gen. Eugene Tattini, Plenary
Chair 5
min Deputy Director of the Jet Propulsion
LaboratoryOperational Challenges and
Solutions Dr. Mark Sims, University of Leicester,
UK 10 minfor a Small
Planetary Lander Beagle-2 Mission ManagerMars
Express Challenges Achievements Mike McKay,
ESA, Europe
15 min Flight Operations
Director for Mars Lunar missionsJAXA NOZOMI
Exploration Operations Prof. Ichiro Nakatani,
JAXA, Japan
10 minChallengesSpirit and Opportunity on
Mars Pete Theisinger, NASA/JPL 15
min Former Mars Exploration Rover Project
ManagerWireless Phones for Martian
Geologists Dr. Chad Edwards, NASA/JPL
15 min How the Mars Exploration Rovers
Benefited Manager, Mars Network Officefrom an
Orbiting Mars Relay NetworkSurface
Exploration Operations Challenges on Dr. Steven
W. Squyres, Cornell University, US
30 minMER Mission Principal
Investigator, Mars Exploration Rover
ProjectClosing Remarks Lt. Gen. Eugene
Tattini, Plenary Chair
5 min Deputy Director of the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory
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Mars Exploration
Follow the Water
The common thread

Life
Water
Climate
Orbiters
When Where Form Amount
Geology
Landers
Prepare for human exploration
Scouts
4
Evidence for recent liquid water on Mars
channeled aprons in a small crater within Newton
Crater from Mars Global Surveyor
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Study Mars geology and biology with a permanent
presence.
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Mars exploration in the Presidents vision

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Seventeen JPL spacecraft, and three
majorinstruments, now operating across the solar
system
Cassini studying Saturn
Two Voyagers on an interstellar mission
Spitzer studying stars and galaxies in the
infrared
Ulysses, Genesis, and ACRIMSAT studying the sun
GALEX studying UV universe
Stardust returning comet dust
Topex/Poseidon, QuikSCAT, Jason 1, and GRACE
(plus ASTER, MISR, and AIRS instruments)
monitoring Earth
Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Odyssey orbiters
Spirit and Opportunity on Mars
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