Reinventing Space Conference 2013
2013 Los Angeles, CA
Dramatically Reducing Space Mission Cost
New Challenges and New Opportunities
Increasing demands to reduce spending have led to both new challenges and new
opportunities for the global space program. The challenge is to create
dramatically lower cost and more responsive space systems and, of course, the
launch systems needed to get them to space quickly and at far lower cost. The
benefit of creating these new approaches is new opportunities for both business
and government to take advantage of rapidly evolving capabilities to create new
applications for the new lower cost, more responsive space systems, such as:
- Tactical space systems to serve the needs of the warfighter
- Low cost constellations for global monitoring and homeland security
- Responsive surveillance for man-made and natural disasters
International programs and cooperation
How do we find ways to work together to make things happen?
New ways of doing business in space
How do we make money on Affordable and Responsive Space Missions?
Tactical space systems How do we
best serve the needs of the warfighter or, for civilian missions, the needs of
Low-cost interplanetary missions
Can we use the new technology to create dramatically lower cost interplanetary
Ways to dramatically reduce space system and
launch cost and schedule What are the methods, processes, and
technologies that we can use to make major reductions in the cost of space
New application areas for low-cost space systems
What are the new applications that can take advantage of newer,
Education and Motivation How do
we use Reinventing Space to educate and motivate the coming generation, without
whom there wont be a space program?
Date: TBD (Separate registration
required.)Session and Panel on International Programs and International
How do we use the current problem we all face to work together to
solve the problem of low-cost missions?
Lets Get Together Again and Start Reinventing Space for Real!
Questions or Issues? Submit them to questions@ResponsiveSpace.com. Want to talk to a real person about RS2013?
Call Julie Jackson at 310-219-2700 or send E-mail to
Julie@ResponsiveSpace.com. Want to genuinely help make it happen?
Call the Sponsorship and Exhibits Point of Contact, Dr. Bob Conger at 310-219-2700 or
Conference Chairman, Dr. Jim Wertz, at 310-219-2700,
Come Join the Continuing Conversation on Reinventing Space
LAX Westin October 14-17, 2013
For more information and on-line registration, go to:
Sponsored by the AIAA LA/Las Vegas & Orange County
Sections and Space Systems Technical Committee
Papers From Past RS Conferences
The complete text of all papers from the RS1 through RS2012 Conferences can be found
on the website along with indexes by topic, author, and organization. This lets
you find past papers and relevant background material quickly and easily.
Points of Contact:
Dr. James R. Wertz,
Charles R. Kilmer
Chair, AIAA Los Angeles Section
Jerry Jon Sellers
AIAA Space Systems Technical Committee
AIAA Space Transportation Technical Committee
COL (RES.) Yoram ILan-Lipovsky
IAT - CEO
Dr. Stuart Eves
Surrey Satellite Technology Limited
(44 (0) 1483 803885)
Dr. Robert Conger