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Title: AIAA Student Section Meeting


1
Colorado Space Grant Consortium
AIAA Student Section Meeting December 2, 2004
spacegrant.colorado.edu/demosat
2
PanSat
Objective
Take panoramic pictures during and after flight.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • 360 degree images

NASA Benefit This is a demonstration of
panoramic technology during decent and landing
that could assist in realtime mission planning
for spacecraft landing on other planets. NASA
Contacts Steve Matousek, JPL Steve Chien, JPL
3
DescentSat
  • Objective

Intensive imaging during descent and landing.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • 1.5 Megapixel resolution
  • Image every 5 seconds for last 1,500 meters of
    flight

NASA Benefits Prototype development of Mars
Scout Mission and methods for realtime landing
site selection. NASA Contacts Steve Matousek
(JPL) Steve Chien (JPL) Joel Rademacher
(JPL) Anthony Colaprete (Ames)
4
SmartSat
Objective
On-board ranking of images based on different
criteria and transmission of best images to
ground during flight
Requirements
  • Mass lt 3.0 kg
  • Real-time ranking of images
  • Transmission of highest ranked images during
    flight
  • Storage of all images for comparison after flight

NASA Benefits Best use satellite contact times
by only downlinking best data. NASA
Contacts Steve Chien, JPL Rob Sherwood, JPL
5
GPSSat
Objective
Verification of GPS position accuracy during
flight ascent and descent
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Provide methods for determining and verifying
    position accuracy
  • Record GPS data every lt 10 seconds for entire
    flight

NASA Benefits Could be helpful for satellite
data calibration and attitude determination. NASA
Contacts Steve Matousek (JPL)
6
VideoSat
Objective
Full length, high quality, on-board video and
audio during entire flight, landing, and recovery.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 3.0 kg
  • High quality video with sound

NASA Benefits Could be helpful in determining
methods and criteria for selecting landing sites
on planetary missions NASA Contacts Steve Chien
(JPL)
7
TXSat
Objective
Data transmission during flight
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Frequent communications during flight

NASA Benefits Develop methods for transmission
using protocols, compression techniques, and
commercially available hardware and
frequencies NASA Contacts Steve Chien, JPL
8
ATTSat
Objective
On-board sensors record orientation and attitude
information during flight for use in image
selection
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • Record images with certain orientation parameters

NASA Benefits Develop and integrate novel
approaches for attitude determination. Use these
approaches to filter data. NASA Contacts Steve
Matousek (JPL) Steve Chien (JPL) Rob Sherwood
(JPL)
9
AeroSat
Objective
Passive aerodynamic control in-flight and landing
.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Control features must be passive
  • Record data to verify methods effectiveness

NASA Benefits Concepts and methods could be used
in spacecraft landing on Mars to control descent
and landing orientation. NASA Contacts Steve
Matousek (JPL) Steve Chien (JPL) Rob Sherwood
(JPL)
10
WindSat
Objective
Determination of wind speed and direction in and
above the jet stream
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.0 kg
  • Annometer cannot be source of measurements.

NASA Benefits Concepts and methods could be used
on future Mars landing craft to accurately
measure surface winds on Mars. Technology could
also be applied to Jupiter and Titan probes. NASA
Contacts Steve Matousek (JPL) Steve Chien
(JPL) Rob Sherwood (JPL)
11
CrashSat
Objective
Determination of G-loads upon landing
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Data only needed at landing but could include
    balloon burst

NASA Benefits Concepts and methods could help
future Mars probes to determine impact
forces. NASA Contacts Steve Matousek (JPL) Steve
Chien (JPL) Rob Sherwood (JPL) Anthony Colaprete
(Ames)
12
CommSat
Objective
Demonstrate novel communication methods between
two BalloonSats and ground
Requirements
  • Mass lt 3.0 kg (for both)
  • Will require two BalloonSats or cooperation with
    another mission

NASA Benefits Development methods for
transmitting and receiving using unique methods,
compression schemes, commercially available
hardware, and frequencies NASA Contacts Steve
Matousek (JPL) Steve Chien (JPL) Rob Sherwood
(JPL)
13
RoverSat
Objective
Deploy and operate rover upon landing. Image
landing site autonomously.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 3.0 kg (Total)
  • Rover must image landing site away from carrier
    and do so autonomously

NASA Benefits Prototype development of future
Mars or Moon rovers. Methods could lead NASA on
new design paths. NASA Contacts Steve Chien
(JPL) Joel Rademacher (JPL)
14
SolarSat
  • Objective

Deploy solar panels in flight and determine
efficiency
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • Must deploy at least one solar panel during the
    flight
  • Thin-Film Cells Preferred
  • NASA Benefits
  • Mission will test the efficiency of experimental
    deployable solar cells and determine any damage
    done on impact to the deployable solar cells
  • NASA Contacts
  • Steve Matousek, JPL

15
ChemSat
Objective
Determine chemical reactions in upper atmosphere
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Measure 1 or more chemical reaction(s) during
    the flight

NASA Benefits Prototype development of future
Earth or Mars scientific instrumentation. NASA
Contacts Steve Chien (JPL) Joel Rademacher (JPL)
16
µSystemSat
Objective
Integrate µ-sensors and µ-effectors into one
working system (µ-thruster, µ-navigation, sun
sensor on a chip)
µ
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • Will require hardware loans from JPL (to be
    confirmed)
  • May develop own µ-sensors and effectors

NASA Benefits Develop and demonstrate methods
for integrating a suite of µsystems to work
together for a common set mission goals. NASA
Contacts Leon Alkalai (JPL)
17
RadSat
Objective
Determination of radiation (UV, IR, Visible)
levels in upper atmosphere
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Integration of total energy (UV, IR, Visible)
  • Temps of -60 C may be necessary

NASA Benefits Demonstrates ability to measure
radiation in Mars-like environment. Also has
applications to NASAs EOS Program to determine
Net Earth Energy Budget. NASA Contacts Anthony
Colaprete (Ames)
18
WeatherSat
Objective
Determine weather conditions in the upper
atmosphere (RH, pressure, temperature) and
landing site.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • Measurements should be made with small sensors
    mounted away from structure.

NASA Benefits Demonstrates techniques to measure
weather conditions in Mars-like environment.
Compliments RadSat mission. NASA
Contacts Anthony Colaprete (Ames)
19
LandSat
Objective
Develop novel methods for landing upright.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.0 kg
  • Must land upright, then take a picture

NASA Benefits Prototype techniques for Mars
Scout Mission and methods for orienting Mars
landers and probes. NASA Contacts Anthony
Colaprete (Ames)
20
PressureSat
Objective
Measure atmospheric pressures at high altitudes
and low temperatures using COTS components
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.0 kg
  • Sensors may be provided by Ames
  • Readings taken continuous to once every 10
    seconds for entire flight

NASA Benefits Prototype development of Mars
Scout Mission and methods for Mars landers and
probes. Compliments WeatherSat and WindSat. NASA
Contacts Anthony Colaprete (Ames)
21
DescentSat II
Objective
Build support structure and components and then
fly Ames / Mars Scout imager and optics.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 5.0 kg
  • Will require Ames imager
  • Scheduled to be available in April 2003 (not
    been confirmed)

NASA Benefits Prototype development of Mars
Scout Mission and methods for realtime landing
site selection with Ames images. NASA
Contacts Anthony Colaprete (Ames)
22
ShellSat
Objective
Build aeroshell structure for Ames Scout probe
Requirements
  • Mass lt 2.0 kg
  • Test a scaled down version of the Pascal descent
    probe and measure dynamical response
    (acceleration, coefficient of drag, etc.) would
    require chucking out the probe (or two) at
    altitude.
  • Method of recovering probes

NASA Benefits Prototype development of Mars
Scout Mission and methods for descent velocity
reduction in Mars Atmosphere. NASA
Contacts Anthony Colaprete (Ames)
23
BlackBoxSat
Objective
Develop system that would record critical sensor
data that could be used to determine cause of
spacecraft failure.
Requirements
  • Mass lt 1.5 kg
  • Data should be recorded for entire flight

NASA Benefits Demonstrate data needs and methods
that could be used on future spacecraft for
failure analysis, similar to airplane
blackbox. NASA Contacts E. Jay Wyatt (JPL)
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