AIAA Houston Lunch and Learn: Heritage Capabilities Enabling Deep Space Human Exploration Missions and Apollo vs. Artemis Mission Design
December 10 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pmFree
Please join us for 2 presentations by Ms. Sarah Shull and Ms. Nujoud Merancy (20 minutes each and 20 minutes of Q&A to follow) on Tuesday, 12/10, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM, NASA JSC B1 Room 620
Title: HERITAGE CAPABILITIES ENABLING DEEP SPACE HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS
Presentation will highlight the use of heritage (Apollo, Shuttle, etc.) hardware in the Orion, SLS and Exploration Ground System programs to enable the Artemis I and II missions.
Bio #1: Ms. Shull is the Associate Mission Manager for the Artemis Missions providing integration leadership and technical expertise in the area of mission integration and operations as well as direct support to the Artemis Mission Manager. Prior to this role she worked as a project manager for ECLSS technology development in the engineering directorate and as a flight controller for numerous ISS and Shuttle missions.
Title: Apollo v. Artemis Mission Design: Then & Now
Presentation compares the overall mission design including constraints, limitations, and objectives associated with both Apollo and Artemis. This includes a phase by phase look at the driving design considerations for the vehicles and resulting capability.
Bio #2: Ms. Merancy is the Chief of the JSC Exploration Mission Planning Office conducting mission design across Artemis and the human exploration portfolio. She has previously supported the Exploration Systems Directorate, Orion MPCV, and International Space Station Programs.