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IPPW 2021


Future Missions
Tuesday, August 10th 2021

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The planetary science community is in the midst of planning proposals and missions for the next decade and beyond. Through organizations like the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine as well as the European Space Agency, white papers and proposals have been submitted to the “Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032” and “Voyage 2050”. This session will concentrate on new opportunities that pertain to planetary probes and landers.

Session Coordinators:

Robert Buchwald (ESA), Patricia Beauchamp (JPL), Ashley Korzun (NASA-Langley), Jim Cutts (JPL)

Poster Session Coordinators:

Manuel Dominguez (UPC), Jacob Izraelavitz (JPL), Clara O'Farrell (JPL), Lin Li (NASA Langley)

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Virtual Workshop Program (Tuesday, August 10th 2021)

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Poster Sessions
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Kerry Nock

Enveloping Aerodynamic Decelerator Entry, Descent and Landing Technology

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Francesca Ferri

The Atmospheric Structure Instrument (ASI) for the in situ exploration of the Ice Giants

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Austin Escobedo

Artificial Neural Networks for State of Charge Estimation of Lithium-ion Batteries on Small Satellites


Soumyo Dutta

Guidance & Control Techniques for Titan Aerogravity Assist for Enceladus Observation

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Jasper Edwards

EVN Observations of Mars Landers - Enhancing Knowledge of the Martian Interior

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Alejandro Pensado

Neptune Odyssey Mission and Entry Descent Trajectory Design

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Harvey Gomez

Relative Navigation and Landing Site Detection Using Lidar Data For Powered Descent On Small Planetary Bodies

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