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SSEO 2015

International Academy of Astronautics
 
10th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation
 
April 20-24, 2015
Berlin, Germany

 
 
 

Conference Program is available.


 

Berlin conference 2015 SSEO

Symposium summary with Eberhard Gill (General rapporteur), Rainer Sandau and Arnoldo Valenzuela

Objectives

The great number of scientists, engineers, and managers who participated in the hitherto existing symposia reflects the high interest in the use of small satellites for dedicated missions applied to earth observation, from scientific earth observation missions to technology demonstration missions.

These types of missions can be conducted relatively quickly and inexpensively and provide increased opportunity for access to space

The spacecraft bus and instruments can be based either on optimized off-the-shelf systems, with little or no requirements for new technology, or on new high-technology systems. Thus a new class of advanced small satellites, including autonomously operating "intelligent" satellites may be created, opening new fields of application for scientific purposes as well as operational, public and commercial services.

The symposium will provide a forum for scientists, engineers and managers to exchange information about planned and on-going programs and missions, and present new ideas, covering small satellite mission objectives as well as technology and management aspects for dedicated earth observation satellites. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
 
Small Satellite Mission Programs
    International and national programs
    Planned and on-going programs
    Integrated applications
 
Objectives for Small Satellite Missions
    Scientific earth observation missions
    Systems for disaster and climate monitoring
    Technology demonstration missions
    Commercial services and applications
 
Mature (off the Shelf) Systems
    Sensors and instrumentation
    Spacecraft concepts and sub-systems
    Ground stations and communication
    Mission operation and facilities
    Launch systems
 
University programs
 
Distributed Space Systems
 
Results of Small Satellite Missions & Lessons Learned
 
Student Prize Paper Competition*)

The symposium will consist of
    Lectures by invited speakers
    Contributed papers selected from abstracts received in response to the call for papers
    Poster sessions
    Panel discussions and will include a technical exhibition to showcase hardware and posters

The official language will be English.

*) Please note: Students, who want to submit their abstract for the Students Conference need to prepare an extended abstract (4 pages)
(see Call for Student Papers, www.dlr.de/iaa.symp)
 


Berlin 2015 conference SSEO

Rene Laufer, Arnoldo Valenzuela, Jaime Esper, Ramon da Silva Curiel and Rainer Sandau


Schedule

May 15, 2014 Call for Papers
October 30, 2014 Abstracts Due
November 30, 2014 Notification to authors
December 15, 2014 Final Announcement
January 25, 2015 Extended abstract due (4 pages)
April 20, 2015 Final paper due (max. 8 pages)
April 20 - 24, 2015 10th Symposium
June 2015 Proceedings
 


Berlin 2015 Conference SSEO

Conference reception in Naturkundemuseum


Registration

To partially offset the cost of the Symposium, there will be a registration fee in the order of € 600 for participants registering by January 25, 2015.
After that date, the registration fee will raise to € 700. The registration fee for students amounts to € 190.

The fee will cover admission to the sessions, the symposium digest, a copy of the proceedings published after the symposium, coffee breaks and lunch. A social program for accompanying persons will be organized.

Registration forms will be placed end of November onto the symposium webpage as part of the Final Announcement: http://www.dlr.de/iaa.symp
 

Symposium and Program Co-ordinator

Matthias Hetscher (DLR, Berlin, Germany)
Phone/Fax: +49 30 67055-646/-532
E-mail: iaa.symp(at)dlr.de
 

Local Organizing Agency

Dietmar Hennig (CMT ConTour GmbH, Berlin)
Phone/Fax: +49 30 20962-131/133
E-mail: contour.berlin(at)t-online.de
 

Berlin 2015 conference SSEO

The 6 finalists of the Student Prize Paper Competition, together with Sias Mostert and Rainer Sandau



Scientific Program Committee

Chairmen:
Rainer Sandau, Chairman, IAA Technical Director, Satellite and Space Applications (Germany)
Hans-Peter Röser, Director, Institute of Space Systems, University of Stuttgart (Germany)
Arnoldo Valenzuela, IAA Commission Space System Operation & Utilisation (Italy)
 
Members:
W. Balogh (UN-OOSA)
L. Boloh (CNES, France)
K. Brieß (TU Berlin, Germany)
J.-M. Contant (IAA, France)
C. Elachi (NASA/JPL, USA)
E. Gill (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
A. Ginati (ESA)
S. Hardhienata (LAPAN, Indonesia)
P. Lier (CNES, France)
Y.-A. Liou (CSRSR, Taiwan, China)
L. Maresi (ESA/ESTEC)
S. Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
R. Navalgund (ISRO, India)
S. Neeck (NASA/HQ, USA)
M. Ovchinnikov (KIAM, Russia)
P. Patterson (USU/SDL, USA)
L. Paxton (JHU/APL, USA)
H. Reile (DLR, Germany)
Sir Martin Sweeting (SSTL, UK)
C. F. Varotto (CONAE, Argentina)
Y. Zhu (CAST, Beijing, China)


Program Committee

Members:
L. Alkalai (NASA/JPL, USA)
J. Esper (NASA/GSFC, USA)
L. Fröbel (DLR, Germany)
W. Halle (DLR, Germany)
H. Jahn (DLR, Germany)
H. Kuiper (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
H. Müller (DLR, Germany)
S. Roemer (Astrofein, Germany)
A. Rogers (JHU, USA)
T. Segert (BST, Germany)
A. da Silva Curiel (SSTL, UK)



Call for papers

Call for papers was available.

You are invited to contribute a paper for presentation at the symposium. A one-page, single-spaced abstract of no less than 300 and no more than 500 words*) must be received by 30 October, 2014.

Abstracts should be in English and should include the symposium topic addressed, the problem explored, the methodology used, results and conclusions so as to allow the Scientific Program Committee to make an informed decision regarding their suitability for inclusion into the symposium.

Notification of your paper's acceptance and author's instructions will be sent by 30 November 2014.

One copy of the symposium digest comprising the extended abstracts (four pages) will be part of the registration package handed over when registering on-site.

Final papers for the symposium proceedings are limited to eight pages, including tables and illustrations. The symposium proceedings will provide the contributed papers and interactive poster session papers presented during the symposium. They will be distributed on CD/DVD to the participants after the conference.

Outstanding presentations of papers and posters will be awarded.





Berlin 2015 conference SSEO

Awarding the best paper and poster presenters



Technical Program

 

Session 1: Programmatics                                                         Monday, April 20, 2015, 10:30 - 12:20

Chair: J.M.Contant, IAA, France                                    Rapporteur: E.Gill, TU-Delft, The Netherlands

NASA’s Earth Science Program and Small Satellites

Neeck, S. P., NASA Headquarters, USA
IAA-B10-0101(75MB)
IAA-B10-0101 (7MB)

 

 

Current situation in Russian space industry and Russian launch market

Gubiev, A., CST, Russia
IAA-B10-0105P

 

 

Small Satellite Mission Program of the Technical University of Berlin

K. Brieß, TU-Berlin, Germany
IAA-B10-0103

 

 

AstroBus S, the high performance and competitive Small Satellites

platform for Earth Observation

Lelong, P., Lemercier, C., Cheganças, J., EADS, France
IAA-B10-0104

 

 

Session 2: Missions I                                                             Monday, April 20, 2015, 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: S. Neeck, NASA, USA                                            Rapporteur: H.-W. Hübers, DLR, Germany

The DLR-BIROS-Satellite for fire-detection and technological

experiments

Halle, W., Terzibaschian, T., DLR, Germany
IAA-B10-0201

 

 

The Earth remote sensing small satellite "ISS-55"

Vygonskiy, Y., Vilkov, Y., Yakovlev, A., Yakovleva, A.,
Valov, M.,Okhotkin, K.,Okhotkina, E., Russain 
Academy of Science, Russia
IAA-B10-0202

 

 

KhalifaSat mission overview

Al Marri, S., EIAST, UAE
IAA-B10-0203

 

 

The COSMOS Mission Operations System and its Application to the

HawaiiSat-1 Mission to Test New Remote Sensing Technologies

Sorensen, T., Chan. J., Nunes, M., Pilger, E., Wright, 
R., Yoneshige1, L., Univ. of Hawaii, USA
IAA-B10-0204

 

 

Session 3: Instruments                                                          Monday, April 20, 2015, 15:20- 16:40

Chair: L. Maresi, ESA ESTEC                                   Rapporteur: C. Underwood, Univ. of Surrey, UK

Compact X band Synthetic Aperture Radar on 100kg Small Satellite

Saito, H., Akbar, P. R., Ravindra, V., Pyne, B., 
Hirokawa, J., Ando, M., JAXA, Japan
IAA-B10-0301

 

 

An Optical Payload for Multispectral Observation of the Earth from

Small Satellites

Ferrario, I., Holbrouck, P., Rossi, M., Taccola, M.,
MLT, Italy
IAA-B10-0302

 

 

Ice-Cube: Spaceflight Validation of an 874 GHz Sub-millimeter

Wave Radiometer for Ice Cloud Remote Sensing

Esper, J., Wu, D., Piepmeier, J., Ehsan, N.,Racette, P.,
NASA,USA
IAA-B10-0303

 

 

Using small satellites and instruments for an operational air

quality service 

de Goeij, B., van der Valk, N., Otter, G., TNO, 
de Groot, Z., ISIS, The Netherlands
IAA-B10-0309P


 

Panel Discussion:

Entrepreneurship in Space                                                   Monday, April 20, 2015, 16:40 - 17:40

Chair: Sir M. Sweeting, SSTL, UK 

 

Panelists:

M. Bello-Mora, Deimos Space, Spain

R. Villain, Euroconsult, France

M. Krischke, CloudEO-AG, Germany

S. Mostert, SCS, South Africa

Sir M. Sweeting, SSTL, UK

 

 

 

Session 4: Missions II                                                                        Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 09:00 - 10:30

Chair: A. da Silva Curiel, SSTL, UK                                          Rapporteur: S. Mostert, SCS, South Africa

Kent-Ridge 1 – A high performance small satellite carrying a novel

hyper spectral instrument operating in the VNIR and SWIR range

Segert, T., BST, Germany
Hiang, G.C., Chaing, C.K., Swee-Ping,Y., 
Nat. Univ. of Singapur, Singapur
IAA-B10-0401

 

 

Small satellites for vessels and airplanes monitoring in JSC

“Russian Space Systems”: status and  perspectives

Romanov, A.A., Romanov, A.A., Tyolin, A.E. ISC Rss, Russia
IAA-B10-0402

 

 

Microsatellite "Chibis-M" (25.01.2012 – 15.10.2014) Results,

lessons and prospects

Klimov. S.I., Zeleyi, L.M., Angarov, V.N., Nazarov, V.N., 
Gotlib, V.M., Eismont, N.A., Dolgonosov, M.S. , Karedin, V.N., 
Novikov, D.I., Vavilov, D.L., IKI, Russia
Pansayuk, M.I., SINP, Russia, Korepanov, V.E., Dudkin, D.F., 
NANU-NKAU, Ukraine,
Fernecz, Cs., Szegedi, P., Space Res. Group of Eötvös Univ., 
Hungary
IAA-B10-0808P

 

 

TRUTHS-Lite: A Microsatellite Based Climate Benchmark  Mission

Underwood, C., Univ. of Surrey, UK,
Fox, N., Gorrono,J., NPL, UK
IAA-B10-0404

 

 

Session 5: Special Aspects                                                            Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 10:50 - 12:10

Chair: L.J. Smith, Leuphana Univ., Germany                                   Rapporteur: W.Halle, DLR, Germany

Production engineering a low cost video imaging constellation

Da Silva Curiel, A., Cawthorne, A., Penson, J., Sills, L.,
Sweeting, M., SSTL, UK
IAA-B10-0501

 

 

Update on legal and policy aspects of small satellites: Sustainability,

frequency interference, registration and ownership

Smith, L.J., Leuphana Univ., Germany
IAA-B10-0502

 

 

Key breakthroughs for future small satellite Earth Observation systems

Kuiper, H., TU-Delft, The Netherlands
IAA-B10-0503

 

 

Achieving Successful End-Of-Life Disposal in LEO

Krag, H., Lemmens, S., Bastida, B., ESA/ESOC, Germany
Metz, M., DLR, Germany
IAA-B10-0504(34MB)

IAA-B10-0504

 

 

Session 6: Student Conference (special)                                     Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: M. d’Errico, Univ of Naples, Italy                          Rapporteur: R. Laufer, Baylor Univ. Waco, USA

A Regional Microsatellite Constellation with Electric Propulsion in

Support of Tuscan Agriculture

A. Papa, A. Bechi, S. Gregucci, P. Pergola, S. Marcuccio, Univ. of Pisa, Italy

IAA-B10-0601

 

 

In-Orbit Performance of the Pico-Satellite UWE-3

P. Bangert, S. Busch, K. Schilling, Univ. Würzburg, Germany

IAA-B10-0602

 

 

A novel Stare-based technique for ice edge sensing using spaceborne GNSS reflectometry

J. Tye, Univ. of Surrey, UK

IAA-B10-0603

 

 

Implementation of the Fault Tolerance Module in PHOENIX CubeSat

Chen, L.-W., Huang, T.-C., Nat. Cheng Kun Univ., Taiwan

IAA-B10-0604
   

CubeSat-sized Re-entry Capsule MIRKA2

Ehresmann, M., Behnke,A., Saumann, J.-P., Tietz, R., Franz, J. Galla, D., Grabi, F., Koller, M. , Rieser, J., Schöneich, V., Seiler, H., Siedorf, M., Univ. Stuttgart, Germany

IAA-B10-0605
   

HIRES: Holland’s Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Earth Surveillance

B.J. Beckers, M.R. Haneveer, E.J. Hekma, J.B. van Ingen, D. Jimenez Lluva,  D.J. Kok, A. Krikken, J.W. Lopes Barreto, P.Mesgari, L.Z.F. van Rossum, A. Cervone, Ir. H. Khanbareh, T. Watts, TU-Delft, Netherlands

IAA-B10-0606

 

 

Session 7: Education                                                                   Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 15:20 - 16:40

Chair: E. Gill, TU Delft, The Netherlands                            Rapporteur: O. Koudelka, Univ. Graz, Austria

Results and Lessons Learned from the CubeSat Mission First-MOVE

M. Langer, C. Olthoff, J. Harder, A. Hoehn, U. Walter, TUM, Germany

IAA-B10-0701

 

 

CubeSat Atmospheric Probe for Education CAPE

Pagan, A.S., Herdrich, G., Univ. Stuttgart, Germany
Laufer, R., Baylor University, USA

IAA-B10-0702

 

 

 

The ESEO mission: current status and achievements

Bruzzi, D., Melega, N., Tortora, P., ALMA Space, Italy
Giuletti, F., Galeone, P., Univ. Bologna, Italy
De Luca, A., ESA ESTEC

IAA-B10-0703

 

 

PlanetaryProbe Design Workshop: Collaboration Hands-On Small Satellite Training for Engineering Students

Laufer, R., Baylor Univ., USA
Herdrich, G., Pagan, A.S S., Univ. Stuttgart, Germany

IAA-B10-0706P

 

 

 

Poster Session I                                                                        Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 16:40 - 17:40

Current situation in Russian space industry and Russian launch market
Gubiev, A., CST, Russia

IAA-B10-0105P

An Overview of Topology Control Algorithms in Distributed Satellite System
Chen, Q., HIT, China
Zhang, J., EPFL, Switzerland

IAA-B10-0205P

Small satellite missions in developing countries, EgyptSat-1 programmatic aspects and lessons learned
Argoun, M., Kairo Univ., Egypt

IAA-B10-0206P

etSat-4G: A Four Nano-Satellite Formation for Global
Geomagnetic Gradiometry

Noguiera, T., Schilling, K., Univ. Würzburg, Germany

IAA-B10-0105P

A Small Satellite Mission for ISS Debris Collision Avoidance
Vina, L., Heimann, A., Huang, T.-C., Wu, S.-H., Juang, J.-C.,
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

IAA-B10-0208P

6DoF GNC simulation framework for multiple small satellites using COSMOS
Nunes, M. A., Sorensen, T. C., Pilger, E. J., Univ of Hawaii, USA

IAA-B10-0209P

Dhruva-1: Jump starting India’s Satellite Industry with Earth Observation
Narayan, P. N., Sanjay, S. N., Abishek R., Dhruva Space, India

IAA-B10-0210P

A systems architecture approach starting with Optical Telescope Assembly choices for small earth observation satellites
Westerhoff, T., Schott AG, Germany
Hull, T., Univ. of New Mexiko, USA

IAA-B10-0305P

Receiver hybrid working regime for AIS mission small satellite
Kuznetzov, A.M., Romanov, A. A., Romanov, A.A., JSC, Russia

IAA-B10-0306P

Process Development of Aspheric Metallic Mirrors for a High Resolution Optical Payload for Earth Observation

Arcangeli, L., Mazzolani, R., Pedrali, M., Spinelli, S., MLT, Italy

IAA-B10-0307P

A Small Satellite Radar Earth Observation Mission with a Large Deployable Antenna
Nicolai, A., Eberwein, R. Raschke, C., Astro und Feinwerktechnik, Germany
Schmidt, T., Zajac, K., HTS GmbH, Germany
Reichmann, O., Lori, M., Schmidt, J., Ihle, A., HPS GmbH, Germany
Schraml, K., RWTH Aachen, Germany

IAA-B10-0308P

PanelSAR, an affordable small satellite miniSAR radar in support of infrastructure surveillance
van Duijn, P., SSBV, The Netherlands

IAA-B10-0310P

An idea to create a satellite with the capability to rescue
Phuong, V. V., VNSC, Vietnam

IAA-B10-0507P

Optimization of a Star Recognition Algorithm for Miniaturized Star Sensors
Fischer, W., Balagurin, O., Kayal, H., Univ. Würzburg, Germany

IAA-B10-0705P

The Validation of TET-1 Fire Observations
Borg, E., Daedelow, H., Fichtelmann, B., Jahnke, D., Renke, F.,
Schiller, C., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-0805P

Initial attitude Acquisition In-Orbit Results from ALSAT-2A Remote Sensing Satellite
Benzeniar, H., Kameche, M., NSA, Algeria

IAA-B10-0806P

In-Orbit Results of ALSAT-2A Ground-Satellite Communications
Kameche, M., Bouanani, N., Henna, H., Boualem, N., Lassakeur,
A., Aroui, A., Messaoudi, N.,  Moulay, M., Derghal, F.,
Benzeniar, H., NSA, Algeria

IAA-B10-0807P

A seamless mass-memory integration with the CCSDS recommended standards for an optimal Small-Satellite communication subsystem
Tsamsakizoglou, M., Stralsjö, S., Brolin, P., AAC Microtec, Sweden
Greif, F., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-0905P

High level software development for a standalone data processing and memory unit for a microsatellite hyperspectral payload
Domse, N., Horch, C., Schäfer, F., Buhl, M., EMI and BST, Germany

IAA-B10-0906P

MODULAR GROUND SUPPORT SOFTWARE FOR NANOSATELLITES
Werner, P., Starke, M., Gordon, K., Graf,A.,
Barschke, M. TU-Berlin, Germany

IAA-B10-0907P

VIDANA – A Distributed Data Management Approach
Walter, T., Hilgarth, A., Mikschl, T., Montenegro, S.,
TU-Würzburg, Germany

IAA-B10-0908P

SSCAM: Micro-satellite platform for Earth observation
Leomanni, M., Garulli, A., Giannitripani, a., Univ. Siena, Italy.,
Pergola, P., Petroni, F., SITAEL, Italy
Scortecci, F., Aerospazio Tecnologie, Italy,

IAA-B10-1005P

A Service and Deorbit Module for CubeSat Applications
Schöneich, V., Grabi, F., Seiler, H., Baumann, J.-P.,
Ehresmann, M., Franz, J., Galla,D. Koller, M., Rieser, J.,
Siedorf, M., Tietz, R., Pagan, A. S.,
Herdrich, G. Univ. Stuttgart, Germany
Laufer, R., Baylor Univ., USA

IAA-B10-1006P

CHEOPS mission: A low cost platform for Science
Borges, A., Montes, T., Cortes, D., Airbus, Spain

IAA-B10-1007P

Flight Model Development of the Micro-satellite TSUBAME
Matsushita, M., Kawajiri, S., Nagasu, T., Kim, E.,
Miyasato, K., Suzuki, S., Tawara, K., Ohta, M., Ting, H.,
Kurita,S., Arimoto, M., Yatsu, Y.,
Moriyama, N., Kimura, S., Matunaga, S., JAXA, Japan

IAA-B10-1008P

International Academic Platform for Space Mission Analysis and Design
Heimann, A., Miau, J.-J., Juang, J.-C., NCKU, Taiwan

IAA-B10-1009P

Emerging Small Satellite Earth Observation Technologies at the Space Flight Laboratory
Ibrahim, N. S., Grocott, S. C. O. , Zee, R. E.,
Univ. Toronto, Canada

IAA-B10-1010P

Universal Small Satellite Platform BIROS suitable for different payload accommodations
Halle, W., Amigues, X., Kotz, A., Schultz, C., Bärwald, W.,
DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-1011P

PEASSS - a new design approach for success of cubesat missions
Celotti, L., Solyga, M., Pons Mora, I., AST, Germany

IAA-B10-1012P

 

 

 

Session 8: Lessons Learned                                                    Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 09:00 - 10:30

Chair: J. Esper, NASA, USA                                                      Rapporteur: Z. Yoon, TU-Berlin, Germany

First results from the UK TechDemoSat-1

Da Silva Curiel, A., Liddle, D., O’Donovan, V., Unwin, M., Sweeting, M., SSTL, UK

IAA-B10-0801

 

 

Results on verification and validation of OOV-TET1 multispectral camera observations within the FireBIRD project

Frauenberger, O., Lorenz, E., Terzibaschian, T., Halle, W., Paproth, C., Wohlfeil, J., Säuberlich, T.,
Mitchell, S., Borg, E., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-0802

 

 

Development of Miniaturised Radiation Environment Monitors for the TDS-1 Mission: MuREM/RM Flight Results

Underwood, C., Dyer, A., Hands, A., Ryden, K., Univ. Surrey, UK
Taylor, B., UCL, UK,
Rason, S., SSTL, UK

IAA-B10-0803

 

 

First results and next steps in Kazakhstan Earth Observation missions in cooperation with SSTL

Ten, V., Murushkin, S., Lambert, H., Ghalam LLP, Kazakhstan
Da Silva Curiel, A., King, D., Kadhem, H., Taylor, G., Sweeting, M., SSTL, UK

IAA-B10-0804

 

 

Session 9: Software                                                                Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 10:50 - 12:10

Chair: S. Montenegro, TU-Würzburg, Germany                   Rapporteur: H.Kuiper, TU-Delft, Netherlands

Increasing computing performance of ADCS subsystems in small satellites for earth observation

Carvajal Godinez, J., TU-Delft, Netherlands

IAA-B10-0901

 

 

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IN USING CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION WITHIN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NANOSATELLITE SOFTWARE

Gordon, K., Graf, A., Barschke, M. F., TU-Berlin, Germany

IAA-B10-0902

 

 

Software Evolution from TET-1 to Eu:CROPIS

Maibaum, O., Heidecker, A., Gerndt, A., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-0903

 

 

Resource sharing, communication and control for fractionated spacecraft (YETE)

Kempf, F., Schilling, K., Montenegro, S., Mikschl, T., Hilgarth, A., TU-Würzburg, Germany
Tzschichholz, T., Zentrum f. Telematik, Germany

IAA-B10-0904

 

 

Session 10: New Platforms                                                     Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: A. Rogers, JHU, USA                                                      Rapporteur: V. V. Phuong, VNSC, Vietnam

ESA’s OPS-SAT Nanosatellite Mission – A Laboratory in the Sky

Koudelka, O., Univ. Graz, Austria
Wittig, M., MEW Aerospace, Germany
Evans, D., ESA

IAA-B10-1001

 

 

InnoSat and MATS – An Ingenious Spacecraft Platform applied to Mesospheric Tomography and Spectroscopy

Larsson, N., Lilja, R., OHB, Sweden
Örth, M., Södermalm, S., AAC Microtec, Sweden
Köhler, J., Lindberg, R., Nat. Space Board, Sweden
Gumbel, J., Stockholm Univ., Sweden

IAA-B10-1002

 

 

SMALL SATELLITE PLATFORM MS-2

Halaburda, D., Kavun, V., Maslyey, V., Moskalov, S., Shovkoplyas, Yu., YYSDO, Ukraine

IAA-B10-1003

 

 

The ESAIL programme

Buursink, J., Rouesnel, F., LuxSpace, Luxemburg

IAA-B10-1004

 

 

Session 11: Propulsion                                                           Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 15:20 - 16:40

Chair: I. Belokonov, SSAU, Russia                   Rapporteur: H. Adirim, Aerospace Innovations Germany

Adaptation and Optimization of the RIT-µX miniaturized Ion Propulsion System for small Satellites

Leiter, H. J., Altmann, C., Lauer, D., Kukies, R., Airbus DS, Germany

IAA-B10-1101

 

 

Electric Propulsion Microsatellites in a Versatile Constellation for Remote Sensing Applications

Gregucci, S., Pergola, P., Alta SpA, Italy
Papa, A., Maruccio, S., Univ.Pisa, Italy
IAA-B10-1102

 

 

MEPS: A Low Power Electric Propulsion System for Small Satellites

Misuri, T., Alta SpA, Italy
Waldvogel B., RAFAEL, Israel,
Di Cara, D., ESA/ESTEC

IAA-B10-1103

 

 

Development and testing of a milli-Newton high test peroxide monopropellant thruster

Cocomazzi, R., ALMASpace, Italy
Margesin, B., Fondazion B. Kessler, Italy
Modenini, D., Tortora, P., Univ. Bologna, Italy

IAA-B10-1104

 

 

 

Poster Session II                                                                    Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 16:40 - 17:40

Validation of a Low-Thrust Spacecraft Simulator for Earth Observation Missions
Pergola, P., Gregucci, S., Alta SpA, Italy
Bechi, A., Marcuccio, S., Univ. Pisa, Italy

IAA-B10-1105P

Innovative Modular Propulsion Systems for Small Satellites   
Adirim, H., Kreil, M., Kron, M., Mitrofanov, A., Aerospace Innovation, Germany
Halle, W., Lieder, M., Bärwald, W., Babben, S., Terzibaschian, T., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-1106P

Verification of an Extendable Boom System for Nanosatellite Applications in Microgravity Environment 
Barschke, M., Weise, J., TU-Berlin, Germany

IAA-B10-1205P

The “off the shelf” VES16 battery range    
Carre, A., Remy, S., Borthomieu, Y., Saft, France

IAA-B10-1206P

Pre-Mission Analysis and Architecture Design of Electrical Power Subsystem for 2U CubeSat 
Sheng, H. W., NCKU, Taiwan

IAA-B10-1207P

ESEO Power Management Board     
Tambini, A., Antonini, F., Tortora, P., Almaspace, Italy

 IAA-B10-1208P

CHEOPS thermo-mechanical architecture; downscaling SEOSAT platform   
Canay, M., Melendo, I., Airbus DS, Spain

IAA-B10-1209P

Reconfigurable cryptographic subsystem for Cubesats  
Domse, N., Weber, M., Schäfer, F., EMI, Germany

IAA-B10-1210P

PREDICTION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BATTERIES OF SMALL SATELLITES       
Bezruchko, K. V., Davodov, A. O., Kharchenko, A. A., Nat. Aerosp. Univ., Ukraine

IAA-B10-1211P

A NOVEL COMMAND AND DATA HANDLING SUBSYSTEM FOR THE DELFFI MISSION   
Liu, G., Gou, J., Bouwmeester, J., Schoemaker, R., Sundaramoorthy, P., TU-Delft, Netherland

IAA-B10-1212P

Design of Satellite Passive Thermal Control System Using Inverse Solution of Governing Equations   
Akbarbeyglu, H., Ebrahimi, A., Khaniki, H. B., Univ. of Technology, Iran

IAA-B10-1213P

THE STRUCTURAL AND THERMAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF THE SEAM CUBESAT      
Zimmerhakl, P., Langer, M., TU-München, Germany
Fagerudd, J., Ivchenko, N., Tibert, G., Royal Inst. Of Tachnology, Sweden

IAA-B10-1214P

LINK ANALYSIS FOR GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITE IN KA BAND    
Himeur, A., CDS/ASAL, Algeria

IAA-B10-1305P

A design method for the control system in the reuse of retired spacecraft antenna via linear matrix inequality approach    
Xiaoyu, L., Jinxiu, Z., Xibin, C., Harbin Inst. Of Tech., China

IAA-B10-1306P

Russian Satellite System Providing M2m Services    
Kuzovnikov, A., Domanova, I., Danilov, I., JSC, Russia

IAA-B10-1307P

Synchronously tracking multi-satellite based on spectrum monitoring using USRP    
Tsai, C.-H., Teng, A.-C., NCKU, Taiwan

IAA-B10-1308P

Dual-Channel High Data Rate X-Band Transmitter for Low Earth Orbit Satellites      
Öncü, E., Tutgun, R., Özen, O. E., Dudak, C., Karakus, K., Örük, A., Baltaci, A., Space Tech. Res. Inst., Turkey

IAA-B10-1309P

Practical Development of Future Ground Infrastructure for Satellite Constellations   
Schulze, R., Stoll, E., Haylock, T., Shahid, K., Blackbridge, Germany

IAA-B10-1310P

Evaluation of a delay tolerant networking approach for  inter-satellite-communication in LEO for time sensitive traffic monitoring    
Freimann, A., Kleinschrodt, A., Schilling, K., Univ. Würzburg, Germany

Stephan, H., Scheuermann,B., HU-Berlin, Germany

IAA-B10-1311P

OSIRIS Payload on DLR’s BiROS Satellite       
Schmidt,C., Brechtelsbauer, M., Rein, F., Fuchs, C., Lauterbach, A., Krutz, D.,
Sebastian, I., Lieder, M., Schrandt, F., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-1312P

A Quad-channel UHF Transceiver for TUBiX20     
Baumann, F., Brieß, K., TU-Berlin, Germany

IAA-B10-1313P

Real-time precise orbit determination of the ESA ESEO spacecraft 
Avanzi, A., Locarini, A., Tortora, P., Almaspace,  Italy

IAA-B10-1405P

Control force and torque sharing method for spacecraft cluster based on electromagnetic force
Hu, M., Fan, L., Wang, R., Academy of Equipment, China

IAA-B10-1406P

Angular motion synthesis for remote sensing satellite 
Machtakov, Y.,

IAA-B10-1407P

Overview of AOCS for Nanosatellites and Expected Short Term Evolution   
De Angelis, E. L., Giuletti, F., Modenini, F., Serrano, D., Tortora., P., Univ. Bologna, Italy

IAA-B10-1408P

Adaptation of an Earth observation AOCS to an exoplanet characterization mission 
Lopez-Pina, A., Pizarro, A., Torres, L., Airbus DS, Spain

IAA-B10-1409P

Performance evaluation of the miniature attitude control system iADCS   
Raghuprakash, S., BST, Germany
LeDang, H., Engelen, S., Monna, B., Hyperion Technologies, Netherlands

IAA-B10-1411P

Development of Total Orbital Real-time Attitude control Simulator for Small Satellites
Toraya, T., Suzaki, Y., Hosoda, T., Sambe, M., Nishikori, S., Hoshika, M., Ogawa, T., Katayama, M., Mizutamari, H., Mitsubishi Precision Co., Japan
Aso, S., Kyushu Univ. , Japan,
Yasaka, T., Sakurai, A., QPS Institute, Japan

IAA-B10-1412P

A New Actuator System for High Agility Demonstration with the Small Satellite BIROS 
Raschke, C., Terzibaschian, T., Halle, W., DLR, Germany

IAA-B10-1413P
   

 

 

Session 12: Subsystems                                                            Thursday, April 23, 2015, 09:00 - 10:30

Chair: K. Brieß, TU-Berlin, Germany                                      Rapporteur: R. Kawashima, UNISEC, Japan

A Reliable On-board Data Handling System Design for Microsatellites

Zhu, L., Yu, X., Liang, J., Zhou, J., Bai, B., Northwestern Polytechnical Univ., China

IAA-B10-1201

 

 

Micro Earth Sensor with COTS parts for Commercial Air Conditioner

Hirako, K., Omoto T., Meisei Electric Co., Japan
Tachahira, H., Takai, M., JAXA, Japan
Imaizumi, O., Advanced Engineering Services, Japan

IAA-B10-1202

 

 

Will the future of hirel components be pure SCOTS or only SCOTisch

Leijtens, J., Lens Research, Netherlands

IAA-B10-1203

 

 

Appropriate Selection of Radiator Surface Finish for Optimal Design of Satellite Thermal Control Subsystem

Malekzadeh Fard, K., Akbarbeyglou, H., Sharavi, M., Univ. of Technology, Iran

IAA-B10-1204

 

 

Session 13: Communication and Ground Segment                    Thursday, April 23, 2015, 10:50 - 12:10

Chair: R. Laufer, Baylor Univ., USA                                                   Rapporteur: A. Rogers, JHU, USA

CCSDS Mission Operations services API on OPS-SAT

Coelho, C., TU-Graz & ESA

IAA-B10-1301

 

 

Experiment of 320 Mbps downlink from 50-kg class satellite

Fukami, T., Watanabe, H., Univ. Tokyo,
Saito, H., Tomiki, A., Mizuno, T., JAXA,
Iwakiri, N., NIICT, Shigeta, O., Nunomura, H., AI Electronics, Kojima, K., Shinke, T., Addnics Corp., Japan

IAA-B10-1302

 

 

Buy or Build – An Analysis of Ground Station Concepts for Small Satellite Missions

Schulte, J., Eilertsen, B., Krynitz, M., Kongsberg Satellite Services, Norway

IAA-B10-1303

 

 

Appropriate Selection of Radiator Surface Finish for Optimal Design of Satellite Thermal Control Subsystem

Malekzadeh Fard, K., Akbarbeyglou, H., Sharavi, M., Univ. of Technology, Iran

IAA-B10-1304

 

 

Session 14: AOCS                                                                      Thursday, April 23, 2015, 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: I. Belokonov, SSAU, Russia                                Rapporteur: T. Terzibaschian, DLR, Germany

Aerodynamically stabilized nanosatellite: Problems of design

Belokonov, I. V. , Timbai, I. A., Samara State Aerospace Univ.,  Russia

IAA-B10-1401

 

 

Pointing Accuracy and Stability Analysis of CMG Control for Nano-satellite “TSUBAME”

Kawajiri, S., Ting, H., Matsushita, M., Tawara, K., Matunaga, S., Tokyo Institute of Tech., Japan

IAA-B10-1402

 

 

Sliding mode control for three-axis magnetic attitude

Roldugin, D., Ovchinnikov, M., Penkov, V., Tkachev, S., Mashtakov, Y., Academy of Science, Russia

IAA-B10-1403

 

 

Attitude estimation, control and momentum dumping: a case study for CONASAT

Bringhenti, P. M., Carrara, V., Kuga, H. K., INPE, Brasil

IAA-B10-1404

 

 

Session 15: Missions III                                                            Thursday, April 23, 2015, 15:20 - 16:40

Chair: C. Underwood, Univ. of Surrey, UK                                  Rapporteur: W.Halle, DLR, Germany

ESTCube-1 student satellite in-orbit experience and lessons learned

Slavinskis, A., Kuuste, H., Ilbis, E., Pajusalu, M., Eenmäe, T., Sünter, I., Laizans, K., Ehrpais, H., Liias, P., Kulu, E., Viru, J., Kalde, J., Kvell, U., Kütt, J., Kahn, K., Lätt, S., Envall, J., Toivanen, P., Polkko, J., Janhunen, P., Rosta, R., Vendt, R., Allik, V., Noorma, M.,Univ. Tartu & Tallinn, Estonia, Finnish Met. Institute, Finland, DLR, Germany,

IAA-B10-1501

 

 

NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS WASTE MONITORING FROM SPACE

Tumanov, M., Teselkin, S, NIIEM, Karelin, A., TSNIIMASH,., Russia

IAA-B10-1103P

 

 

Microsatellite constellation for Earth Observation in the Thermal Infrared Region

Bacci di Capaci, F., Melega, N., Tambini, A., Fabbri, V., Cinarelli, D., ALMASpace, Italy

IAA-B10-1503

 

 

Greenhouse Gas Monitoring with small Satellites at Airbus Defence & Space

Münzenmayer, R., Airbus DS, Germany

IAA-B10-1504

 

 

Symposium Summary/AWARDS                                          Thursday, April 23, 2015, 16:40 - 17:40

 

 

R. Sandau, IAA Symposium Co-Chair

E. Gill, Symposium Chief Rapporteur

International Academy of Astronautics