NASA FISO Presentation: Mars Science Enabled by the Mars Base Camp 2028 Proposed Architecture

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NASA FISO Presentation: Mars Science Enabled by the Mars Base Camp 2028 Proposed Architecture.

Now available is the July 27, 2016 NASA Future In-Space Operations (FISO) telecon material. The speaker was Steve Jolly (Lockheed Martin) and Steve Bailey (Deep Space Systems) who discussed "Mars Science Enabled by the Mars Base Camp 2028 Proposed Architecture".

Dr. Steve Jolly is the Lockheed Martin Chief Engineer for the Civil Space line of business. He was the Chief Engineer and Principal Scientist for the GOES-R program and Chief Engineer and Deputy PM for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. He was Program Manager for the Mars Science Lab (MSL) Aeroshell. He has served as a member of EDL systems engineering team and critical events risk process for Phoenix, Stardust and Genesis and served on the National Research Council's EDL panel. He was chief systems engineer for Mars Sample Return (MSR) and co-inventor of the original concept for the MSL Sky Crane. He has served HEOMD and Orion off and on as an independent advisor and tiger team lead for entry, descent and landing, and most recently for the Mars Base Camp architecture and science mission. He is a 2007 recipient of the NASA Public Service Medal for distinguished service. He is a member of the board of directors for the Space Science Institute (SSI). He has a B.S. in aerospace engineering from CU-Boulder, an M.S. from Florida Tech, and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering sciences from CU-Boulder.

Steve Bailey has worked exclusively on human and robotic space exploration systems since 1983:
- Industry (McDonnell Douglas)
-- Space Shuttle

- NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas
-- Lunar and Mars Exploration Studies
-- Project Manager of Artemis Lunar Lander (JSC)

- Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California
-- Mars Pathfinder
-- Spacecraft System Design Lead for Mars Polar Lander

- Founder of Deep Space Systems (NASA Small Business of the Year 2009)
-- System Design Lead for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
-- SCRAM Systems Lead for Orion Multipurpose Crew Vehicle

- Spacecraft System Design Lead for Various Lunar, Mars and Outer Solar System Exploration Studies and Proposals

Listen to podcast of "Mars Science Enabled by the Mars Base Camp 2028 Proposed Architecture" telecon:

- Download the MP3 File.
- Download the presentation (PDF).

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