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HLS2 Hangouts: Rover (Robotic and Human-Class) Operational Considerations on Mars

Status Report From: NASA HQ
Posted: Monday, June 13, 2016

We hope that you can join us for our next Human Landing Sites Study (HLS2) virtual briefing on Thursday, June 30, from 1 pm – 2 pm ET.

Bill Bluethmann, Game Changing Development (GCD) Human Robotic Systems Project Manager at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, and Mike Seibert, Rover Driver and Lead Spacecraft Systems Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will join HLS2 co-chairs Ben Bussey and Rick Davis to present on Rover (Robotic and Human-Class) Operational Considerations on Mars. The event will be broadcast live on our YouTube channel found here and will be made available online immediately after it concludes.

You can watch the first HLS2 Hangouts from May 24th on Mars Water ISRU Feedstock Options by visiting our page here: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/hls2-lectures-and-briefings.

Again, we hope that you can join us. Please send all questions and comments to this email: nasa-mars-exploration-zones@mail.nasa.gov.

Many thanks,

HLS 2 Steering Committee
http://www.nasa.gov/journeytomars/mars-exploration-zones/


**Upcoming HLS 2 Hangouts: Thursday, July 28th from 1 pm – 2 pm ET on Environmental Considerations for a Human Base on Mars (e.g. Dust, Thermal, etc.)**

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