SpaceCom 2022
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JANUARY 10–12, 2022
ORLANDO, FL
All sessions are listed in Eastern Standard Time

Select Criteria: Tracks = Space Exploration

Tuesday, January 11, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

  • Room: I-2
​Exciting updates on NASA’s quest to “Return to the Moon” for uncovering new scientific discoveries and laying the foundation for private companies to build a lunar economy. Rate this session!
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Jenny Lyons
Deputy Manager, Deep Space Logistics, Gateway Program
NASA
Panelist
Dr.  Joel Kearns
Deputy Associate Administrator, Exploration, Science Mission Directorate
NASA
Moderator
Mr.  Kelvin Manning
Deputy Director, Kennedy Space Center
NASA
Panelist
Mike Bolger
Manager, EGS Program
NASA
Panelist
Rick Mastracchio
Director of Business Development
Northrop Grumman (HALO)
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
Sponsored by

  • Breakout Session

Tuesday, January 11, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Room: I-3
Commercial and NASA representatives discuss “Getting to Mars” including the human habitats, life support systems, and technologies and practices that could help build self-sustaining outposts away from Earth. Rate this session!
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Ian Fichtenbaum
CEO
Bradford Space
Panelist
Jeffrey Gramling
Director, Mars Sample Return Program
NASA
Panelist
Matt Ondler
Chief Technology Officer
Axiom Space
Moderator
Raphael Roettgen
Managing Partner
E2MC Ventures
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
Sponsored by

  • Breakout Session

Tuesday, January 11, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

  • Room: I-2
Experts from DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging) and VERITAS (Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography, and Spectroscopy), and other deep space programs discuss the science behind “What’s Next? Venus and Beyond”. Rate this session!
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Barbara Kennedy
Civil and Industrial Engineer
NASA
Panelist
Frank Slazer
President & CEO
Coalition for Deep Space Exploration
Panelist
Ian Fichtenbaum
CEO
Bradford Space
Panelist
Dr.  Philip Metzger
Planetary Scientist
University of Central Florida
Panelist
Thomas Wagner
Program Scientist in the Planetary Science Division
NASA
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
Sponsored by

  • Breakout Session

Wednesday, January 12, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

  • Room: I-2
Developing new technologies that can accommodate the physiological limitations of humans during long-term spaceflight is a fundamental challenge facing mission engineers today. Our panelists will discuss this challenge and innovations on the horizon that will enable humans to venture deeper into space.
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Brienna Rommes
Director, Astronaut Training
Orbite
Panelist
Daniel Klopp
Marketing & Business Development
ILC Dover
Moderator
Dr.  J.D. Polk
Chief Health and Medical Officer
NASA HQ
Panelist
Kay Hire
Former Astronaut/President
Astra Portolan Corporation
Panelist
Mr.  Pascal Rosenfeld
New Ventures & Space Programs
Aleph Farms
Panelist
Scott Altman
Former Astronaut/President
ASRC Federal
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
Sponsored by

  • Breakout Session

Wednesday, January 12, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Room: I-3
As more and more objects are put into orbit, without a way assess and enforce responsible space traffic management, we are creating an impending global crisis and a barrier to a sustainable commercial space economy for all. Our subject matter experts will cover the actions and innovations needed to begin ...  Read More
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Alex Fielding
CEO and Chairman
Privateer Space
Panelist
Dr.  Clare Martin
Executive Vice President
Astroscale U.S.
Panelist
Emilie Wren
VP of US Operations
Arralis, USA
Panelist
Monica Jan
Senior Director of Strategy
Virgin Orbit
Moderator
Moriba Jah
Astrodynamicist and Space Environmentalist
University of Texas at Austin
  • Track: 
  • Space Exploration
Sponsored by

  • Breakout Session
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