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by Wes Huntress

Author: Wes Huntress
Language: English
Publisher: Universities Press (December 1, 2008)
Pages: 164 pages
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Redirected from The Next Steps In Exploring Deep Space). Wesley T. Huntress, Jr. is an American space scientist.

Redirected from The Next Steps In Exploring Deep Space). An astrochemist and space scientist, Huntress worked for about twenty years at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. During the 1980s he was also a videogame designer, producing games for Apple computers.

This paper will concentrate on the next possible step, the first one into interplanetary space, that could be a one-year return mission to fly by a Near-Earth Object (NEO).

The study provides a vision for the scientific exploration of space by humans in the first half of the 21st Century  . This paper will concentrate on the next possible step, the first one into interplanetary space, that could be a one-year return mission to fly by a Near-Earth Object (NEO).

The Next Steps report defines scientific objectives for deep space exploration that are in turn . Dr. Wesley Huntress e-mail: . [email protected]

The Next Steps report defines scientific objectives for deep space exploration that are in turn used to determine the destinations for human explorers. Robotic missions continue to play a key role in achieving the science objectives and preparing for and assisting human exploration. The IAA Next Steps study considers human exploration of deep space to be an intrinsically global enterprise. The study team recognizes that several space-faring countries are developing in parallel space exploration 'visions' as well as 'roadmaps' to achieve their goals.

Huntress, . et a. The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space – A Cosmic Study by the IAA. Acta Astronautica 58 (6–7), 304–377 (2006). Also published as a book for the 2007 International Astronautical Congress in Hyderabad, India (Universities Press India, Private Limited, 2007)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 7. Zimmer, . Messerschmid, . Improving Vehicle Reusability for Human Exploration of Near-Earth Asteroids. Paper No. AAS 12-186 presented at the Space Flight Symposium, Charleston, South Carolina (2012)Google Scholar.

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WTH: This is an approach to human exploration that my team proposed in a four-year study by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) called The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space, which was published in early 2004

WTH: This is an approach to human exploration that my team proposed in a four-year study by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) called The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space, which was published in early 2004. Spectrum: And when you heard the policy explained from the White House, how did you feel? WTH: Those of us who advocated this plan are gratified.

A Space Station advertised as the next logical step without filling in the blank to what doesn’t do i. The International Academy of Astronautics is conducting a study entitled The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space

A Space Station advertised as the next logical step without filling in the blank to what doesn’t do it. There is a growing chorus of leaders inside and outside of government concerned that NASA’s igation posture is business as usual. The International Academy of Astronautics is conducting a study entitled The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space. Its purpose is to provide a logical and systematic roadmap for the long-term scientific exploration of the solar system beyond Earth orbit with a goal to land humans on Mars sometime in the next 50 years.

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Wes Huntress - Roving the Solar System: Looking for Signs of Life. 1961: Venera 1 (USSR). Soviet Russian Space History (PART 1). Transcription. Just like our own, the Soviet Robotic and Lunar and Planetary Exploration Program grew out of the Cold War. It was enabled of coursed by essentially ICBMs.

Humankind has been drawn to space for a number of reasons the urge to expand beyond our boundaries and to explore the unknown; the desire of nations to compete for technological superiority; the desire to understand our natural world and the Universe around us. But today there is no single imperative sufficient to motivate the investments and national willpower required for human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit. The purpose of this book is to provide one possible vision for the scientific exploration of space in the first half of the 21st Century. It identifies a set of useful and achievable destinations first the Moon, then the Sun Earth Libration Point L2, Near-Earth Objects and finally Mars, the ultimate destination for humans in the next 50 years. This stepping-stone approach will gradually build the required capabilities and maintain interest and support by achieving important scientific discoveries at every step. The study that formed the basis for this book was chartered by the International Academy of Astronautics and conducted on a volunteer basis by a small number of individuals, independent of any government space agency. It is not a strategic implementation plan for any national space program; rather, it is intended to be a vision for the future that can be considered by interested space agencies, hopefully in the context of an international cooperative endeavor.