[ASC-list] AIAA Distinguished Lecture, Dr Pascal Lee, "From Earth to Mars"

Lynelle Ross l.ross at smp.uq.edu.au
Mon May 25 02:26:00 UTC 2009


> The American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) and The  
> University of Queensland proudly present the 2009 AIAA Distinguished  
> Lecture...
>
> FROM EARTH TO MARS: Steps Towards The First Human Mission To The Red  
> Planet
>
> by Dr Pascal Lee - Director of the Haughton-Mars Project, NASA Ames  
> Research Center
>
> Join Dr Pascal Lee for a fascinating insight into the cutting-edge  
> technologies and exploration strategies being developed in  
> preparation for the first human mission to the Red Planet. Find out  
> about the what, why, when and how of exploring Mars.
>
> This public lecture is FREE and ALL are welcome.
>
> Date: Thursday 28th May
>
> Time: 5:30 for 6:00pm start
>
> Location: Raybould Lecture Theatre, Room 50-T203, Hawken Engineering  
> Building, Cooper Road, University of Queensland, St Lucia
>
> Map: Can be found at http://www.uq.edu.au/maps/pdf/StLuciaMap.pdf.  
> The Hawken Engineering Building is #50 and is in grid reference I11.
>
> For more information: Contact Mr Mark Bateup via mark.bateup2 at dsto.defence.gov.au 
> , Professor Michael Smart via m.smart at uq.edu.au or visithttp://www.aiaa.org/portal/sydney
>
> A flyer with all the details is also attached and the full talk  
> abstract and Dr Lee's biography are below. Feel free to forward  
> details of this event to others who may be interested. ALL are  
> welcome. Apologies if you receive this more than once.
>
> This event is part of a national lecture tour organised by the AIAA  
> Sydney Section with funding through the AIAA Distinguished Lecturer  
> Program. For more information visit http://www.aiaa.org/portal/sydney.
>
> This event is also kindly supported by the University of Queensland.
>
> --------------------------------------------------------
> Talk Abstract
> The first human mission to Mars will likely be humanity’s greatest  
> undertaking in space exploration in the 21st century. As with all  
> expeditions, its success will depend critically on preparation. The  
> first steps towards a human journey to the Red Planet are already  
> underway, as we continue to explore extreme environments on Earth  
> and prepare for our return to the Moon. Human journeys to near-Earth  
> asteroids and to the moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, will also  
> help pave the way. In time, humans will be ready for their first  
> missions to the Red Planet.
>
> Dr Pascal Lee will discuss progress being made around the world to  
> achieve these milestones. He will examine the what, why, when, who,  
> and how of a human mission to Mars, and most importantly, he will  
> explain the how.
>
> About Dr Pascal Lee
> Dr Pascal Lee is Chairman of the Mars Institute, a planetary  
> scientist with the SETI Institute, and the Director of the Haughton- 
> Mars Project at NASA Ames ResearchCenter. He has worked extensively  
> in the Arctic and Antarctica, viewed as “analogs” for the Moon and  
> Mars. He first proposed the Cold Early Mars Model based on his  
> geological field work in Earth’s polar regions. Dr Lee was recently  
> scientist/pilot in the first field test of NASA’s new Lunar Electric  
> Rover, a small pressurised rover concept currently under development  
> for the return of humans to the Moon.
>
>
>

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