tentative committee
Overview (PDF Version)
[o-1-1]  Ambitious Young Challengers in Space Technology (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 14:20 - 16:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Shinichi Nakasuka (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Atsushi Noda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-1-01v  ( 14:20-14:40 )
The Advanced Solid Rocket System
Moriyasu Fukuzoe
Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA/Advanced Solid Rocket Team, Japan
2008-o-1-02v  ( 14:40-15:00 )
Aerothermal Studies of Hypersonic Vehicles
Shashank Khurana1, S.P. Mahulikar2
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, India, 2A. von Humboldt Fellow, Department of Aerospace Engineering, India
2008-o-1-03v  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Launching Experiment on Small Hybrid Rocket by Students
Akimasa Tsutsumi, Toshiyuki Ito, Kyoko Oribe, Kyosuke Iguchi, Chiharu Sasagawa, Fumio Tohyama, Masahisa Hanzawa, Kyoichi Nakashino
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokai University, Japan
2008-o-1-04v  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Study on Touchdown Stability Boundaries for Soft Lunar Lander
Qiupeng He1, He Zhang2, Dengyun Yu2
1China Academy of Space Technology, China, 2Beijing Institute of Spacecraft System Engineering, China
2008-o-1-05v  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Decomposition of Waste in Space Using Alcohol-Free Enzyme Encapsulated Silica Maerogel
Nor Suriani Sani, Lee Siew Ling, Halimaton Hamdan
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
[o-1-2]  Ambitious Young Challengers in Space Technology (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 16:10 - 17:50
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Shinichi Nakasuka (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Atsushi Noda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-1-06v  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Nihon University Nano Satellite Development Projects : SEEDS and SPROUT
Masahiko Yamazaki, Yuta Araki, Kosuke Arita, Takafumi Masuda, Yasuyuki Miyazaki, Kazuo Matsubara, Yoshitaka Nakamura
Nihon University, Japan
2008-o-1-07v  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Support Vector Machine Based-Image Classification for an Individual Tree Crown Detection and Delineation
Poonsak Miphokasap1, Seishiro Kibe2, Vivarad Phonekeo3, Wataru Takeuchi4
1Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Geoinformatics Center, Thailand, 4Institute of Industrial Sciences (IIS), Japan
2008-o-1-08v  ( 16:50-17:10 )
The Introduction of Mission Design Center in Tsukuba Space Center
Shunsuke Imamura
Systems Engineering Office, JAXA, Japan
2008-o-1-09v  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Automatic Generation of DEMs and Ortho-image from High Resolution Satellite Image
Jaehoon Jeong, Taeyoon Lee, Taejung Kim
Department of Geoinformatic Eng, Inha University, Korea
2008-o-1-10v  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Defining Chlorophyll a on the Sea
Phan thi Kim Thanh
Natural Science University, Hanoi National University, Viet Nam
[o-2-1]  International Cooperation among Asian and Pacific-Rim Countries (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:50 - 10:20
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Makoto Kajii (JAXA, Japan) ,
Muneo Takaoki (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-2-01v  ( 8:50-9:00 )
Introduction from the Coordinator
Makoto Kajii
Associate Executive Director, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-o-2-02v  ( 9:00-9:20 )
Highlights of Space Activities in Korea and its Regional Collaboration (Tentative)
Ok-Kyu Lee
Team Leader, Policy & International Relations Division, Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), Korea
2008-o-2-03v  ( 9:20-9:40 )
Regional Cooperation and Space Activities in Indonesia - A LAPAN View (Tentative)
Orbita Roswintiarti
Head of Natural Resources and Environmental Monitoring Division, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN), Indonesia
2008-o-2-04v  ( 9:40-10:00 )
Overview of the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF)
Mika Ochiai
Administrator, Space Cooperation Office for Asia-Pacific Region, JAXA, Japan
2008-o-2-05v  ( 10:00-10:20 )
TBD
Michael Freilich
Earth Science Division Director, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), USA
[o-2-2]  International Cooperation among Asian and Pacific-Rim Countries (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:30 - 11:50
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Makoto Kajii (JAXA, Japan) ,
Muneo Takaoki (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-2-06v  ( 10:30-10:50 )
Thailand Space Activities and International Cooperation
Surachai Ratanasermpong
Deputy Director, Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency of Thailand (GISTDA), Thailand
2008-o-2-07v  ( 10:50-11:10 )
Overview of Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems
Dan Bland, Robert R. Carlson
The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES), USA
2008-o-2-08v  ( 11:10-11:30 )
TBD
Justin Tilman
NASA Representative in Tokyo
2008-o-2-09v  ( 11:30-11:50 )
How the Utilization of ISS and its Japanese Experiment Module, "Kibo", will Facilitate Technological Advances
Muneo Takaoki1, Sayaka Umemura2, Tetsuo Tanaka3
1Senior Researcher, Space Environment Utilization Center (SEUC), HumanSpace Systems and Utilization Mission Directorate, JAXA, Japan, 2SEUC, JAXA, Japan, 3Director, SEUC, JAXA, Japan
[o-3-1]  From the ISS to Exploration: Views from USA
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:00 - 12:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Yuichi Yamaura (JAXA, Japan) ,
Naoki Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-3-01v  ( 10:00-10:10 )
Introduction from Coordinator
Yuichi Yamaura
Director, Program Office, Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Group, JAXA, Japan
2008-o-3-02v  ( 10:10-10:20 )
Introduction from Keynote Speaker
Melanie Saunders
Associate Program Manager, NASA/JSC, USA
2008-o-3-03v  ( 10:30-11:00 )
26th ISTS, Hamamatsu, Japan
Constellation Program Overview
Jeffrey Hanley
Manager, Constellation Program, NASA/JSC, USA
2008-o-3-04v  ( 11:00-11:30 )
ISS-Utilization and the Path to Exploration
Michael L. Raftery
Deputy, ISS Program Manager, Boeing Space Exploration Systems, USA
2008-o-3-05v  ( 11:30-12:00 )
To ISS and Beyond...
Kenneth S. Reightler
Vice President, NASA Program Integration, Lockheed Martin, Space Systems Company-Human Space Flight, USA
[o-3-2]  From the ISS to Exploration: Views from Russia and Europe
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 15:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Yuichi Yamaura (JAXA, Japan) ,
Naoki Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-3-06v  ( 13:00-13:30 )
Russian Human Space Transportation System Now and in the Future (Tentative)
Nikolay Bryukhanov
Deputy General Designer, Human Spacecraft Design Manager Spacecraft Development Office, S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation "Energia", Russia
2008-o-3-07v  ( 13:30-14:00 )
Japanese-Russian utilization of the International Space Station (Tentative)
Igor Sorokin
Deputy Head of Space Stations Utilization Center Spacecraft Development Office, S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation "Energia", Russia
2008-o-3-08v  ( 14:00-14:30 )
Europe's Roadmap for Human Spaceflight - From ISS and Beyond
Robert Veldhuyzen1, Valerie Zinck-Dasmien2
1Directorate of Human Spaceflight, Microgravity and Exploration Programmes, ESA / ESTEC, The Netherlands, 2Head Policy Division, Directorate of Human Spaceflight, Microgravity and Exploration Programmes, European Space Agency / ESTEC, The Netherlands
2008-o-3-09v  ( 14:30-15:00 )
On the Way from ISS to Space Exploration - a European View
Stephan Walther
Director, Marketing Russia & USA, EADS Astrium Space Transportation, Germany
[o-3-3]  From the ISS to Exploration: Views from Asia
Session Date : 2008/6/5 15:10 - 16:40
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Tai Nakamura (JAXA, Japan) ,
Takane Imada (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-3-10v  ( 15:10-15:40 )
The Status of Korean Space Science Related ISS
Gi-Hyuk Choi
Director, Astronaut Development Program Office, Space Application Center, Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), Korea
2008-o-3-11v  ( 15:40-16:10 )
Japanese Human Space Activities - From the ISS to Space Exploration
Yuichi Yamaura
Director, Program Management and Integration Department, Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Directorate Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-o-3-12v  ( 16:10-16:40 )
Evolution of Future Manned Systems from KIBO Development
Nobuhiko Fukuda
Deputy Director, Space Systems Engineering & Launch Services Department, Nagoya Aerospace Systems, MHI, Ltd., Japan
[o-4-1]  GOSAT: Watch Out for Global Warming (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:50 - 12:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Takashi Hamazaki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Kei Shiomi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-4-01v  ( 8:50-9:20 )
Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite (GOSAT) Program Overview and Its Development Status
Masahiro Kasuya, Takashi Hamazaki
GOSAT project team, JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-02v  ( 9:20-9:50 )
Thermal and Near Infrared Sensor for Carbon Observation (TANSO-FTS)
Masakatsu Nakajima, Takashi Hamazaki
JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-03v  ( 9:50-10:20 )
GOSAT Proto Flight Model Development
Tadaaki Ishizu1, Hikaru Hasegawa1, Hiroaki Miyazaki1, Masahiro Kasuya2
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Kamakura Works, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-04v  ( 10:30-11:00 )
TANSO Proto Flight Model Development
Juro Ishida1, Masakatsu Nakajima2
1NTS, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-05v  ( 11:00-11:30 )
TOKYO and TSUKUBA Model - TANSO Precursor Experiments -
Akihiko Kuze, Hiroshi Suto
GOSAT Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-06v  ( 11:30-12:00 )
History of Fourier Transform Spectrometer Technology Development
Henry Buijs
ABB-BOMEM, Canada
[o-4-2]  GOSAT: Watch Out for Global Warming (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:50 - 15:50
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Takashi Hamazaki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Masahiro Kasuya (JAXA, Japan)
2008-o-4-07v  ( 13:50-14:20 )
GOSAT Data Utilization Plan
Tatsuya Yokota
CGER, NIES, Japan
2008-o-4-08v  ( 14:20-14:50 )
TANSO On-Orbit and Vicarious Calibration Plan
Kei Shiomi
JAXA, Japan
2008-o-4-09v  ( 14:50-15:20 )
Opportunities for Coordinate Observations of CO2 with the Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) and Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite (GOSAT)
David Crisp, The OCO Team
Earth and Space Sciences Division, JPL/NASA USA, USA
2008-o-4-10v  ( 15:20-15:50 )
Legal and Policy Implications of GOSAT to Treaty Monitoring
Masami Onoda
Kyoto University, Japan
[a-1]  Liquid Rocket (1) (LOX/LH2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : William Sack (Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, USA) ,
Shunsuke Hori (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-01  ( 10:20-10:40 )
CNES Launchers Directorate Capabilities in Rocket Engines Transients Simulation
Elisa Cliquet1, Gerard Albano1, Gerard Ordonneau2, John Masse3
1Department of Space Transportation Technologies, CNES Directorate of Launchers, France, 2Department of Fundamental and Applied Energetics, ONERA, France, 3Appedge, France
2008-a-02  ( 10:40-11:00 )
LE-X, Japan's Next Generation Booster Engine
Akihide Kurosu1, Akira Ogawara2, Nobuhiro Yamanishi3, Tadaoki Onga2, Akinaga Kumakawa1, Miki Nishimoto3, Hiroyasu Manako2, Koichi Okita1
1Space Transportation Propulsion Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2MHI, Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion System Works, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2008-a-03  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Excellence of the Japanese Expander-Bleed Cycle Rocket Engine and Enhancements for Future Engine Applications
William Sack1, Koichi Okita2, Akihide Kurosu2, Akira Ogawara3, Kimito Yoshikawa3, Masahiro Atsumi3, Kenji Kishimoto1, Kevin Lunde1
1Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, USA, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan
2008-a-04  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Automatic Control of Thrust and Mixture ratio -LE-X valve system-
Hideo Sunakawa1, Wataru Sakai2, Sadahiro Maeda2, Akira Ogawara1, Akihide Kurosu1, Koichi Okita1
1Office of Space Flight and Operations, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industry
2008-a-05  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Experimental Investigation of Film Cooling with Tangential Slot Injection in a LOX/CH4 - Subscale Rocket Combustion Chamber
Oskar Haidn, Richard Arnold, Dmitry Suslov
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Space Propulsion, Germany
[a-2]  Liquid Rocket (2) (New Propellant)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Elisa Cliquet (CNES Directorate of Launchers, France) ,
Takuo Onodera (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-06  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Conceptual Study for LOX/methane Engines
Nobuyuki Azuma1, Koichi Okita1, Kenji Aoki1, Hideto Kawashima1, Nobuhiro Yamanishi2, Hideyo Negishi2, Hiroyasu Manako3, Takao Kaneko3, Masanori Tsuboi3, Hiroshi Kawato3
1Space Transportation Mission Directorate, JAXA, Japan, 2JAXA's Engineering Digital Innovation Center, JAXA, Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy Industry (MHI), Japan
2008-a-07  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Dual Hydrogen/Methane Propellant Capability of the Expander-Bleed Cycle Engine
William Sack1, Akira Ogawara2, Kimito Yoshikawa2, Masahiro Atsumi2, Kenji Kishimoto1
1Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, USA, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan
2008-a-08  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Combustion and Regenerative Cooling Characteristics of LOX/Methane Rocket Engine
Hideto Kawashima1, Koichi Okita1, Kenji Aoki1, Nobuyuki Azuma1, Kumakawa Akinaga1, Takuo Onodera1, Seiji Yoshida2, Hideyo Negishi3, Hiroyasu Manako4, Takashi Koganezawa4
1Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA, Japan, 2Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan, 3JAXA's Engineering Digital Innovation Center, JAXA, Japan, 4Mitsubishi Heavy Industry (MHI), Japan
2008-a-10  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Silanes as Fuel for Aerospace Propulsion
Domenico Simone1, Claudio Bruno1, Bernhard Hidding2
1Department of Mechanics and Aeronautics (DMA), University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy, 2Institut fur Laser- und Plasmaphysik, Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf, Germany
[a-3]  Liquid Rocket (3) (Reusable Rocket)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:20 - 16:40
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Oskar J. Haidn (German Aerospace Center, Germany) ,
Hideo Sunakawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-11  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Development Status of Reusable Rocket Engine
Makoto Yoshida1, Satoshi Takada1, Yoshihiro Naruo2, Kenichi Niu3
1Space Transportation Propulsion Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Japan
2008-a-12  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Recent Advances in LOX / LH2 Propulsion System for Reusable Vehicle Testing
Shinichiro Tokudome1, Naruo Yoshihiro1, Tsuyoshi Yagishita1, Satoshi Nonaka1, Maki Shida1, Hatsuo Mori2
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2IHI Corporation
2008-a-13  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Failure models Integrated Simulation for Highly Reliable Liquid Rocket Engine
Fumiya Iwasaki1, Naoshi Kuratani2, Hiroshi Aoki1
1Space Transportation Propulsion R&D Center, JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University
2008-a-14  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Numerical Analysis of Sloshing in Tanks for Reusable Sounding Rocket
Takehiro Himeno1, Satoshi Nonaka2, Yoshihiro Naruo2, Yoshifumi Inatani2, Hiroshi Aoki3, Toshinori Watanabe1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 3JAXA/KPC, Japan
[a-4]  Liquid Rocket (4) (Component Technology)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:50 - 18:10
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Domenico Simone (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy) ,
Makoto Yoshida (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-15  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Critical Performance of Turbopump Mechanical Elements for Rocket Engine
Satoshi Takada1, Masataka Kikuchi2, Takayuki Sudo2, Fumiya Iwasaki2, Yoshiaki Watanabe2, Makoto Yoshida2
1Space Transportation Propulsion Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-a-16  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Feasibility Study on Neutron Diffraction Method for Evaluation of Residual Strain Distribution of Regenerative Cooled Combustion Chamber
Tadashi Masuoka1, Shin-ichi Moriya1, Masaki Sato1, Makoto Yoshida1, Yoshinori Tsuchiya2, Hiroshi Suzuki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2JAEA, Japan
2008-a-17  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Improving Upper Stage Liquid Rocket Engine Performance thanks to Thermostructural Composite Nozzle Extension
Marc Lacoste, Thierry Pichon, Herve Coperet, Francois Charleux
Thermostructural Composites Business Unit, Snecma Propulsion Solide, France
2008-a-18  ( 17:50-18:10 )
Numerical Investigations of the Film Cooling Effect on Rocket Engine Nozzle Performance
Takashi Ito1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi2, Hiroshi Miyajima2
1Office of Space Flight and Operations, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[a-5]  Combustion
Session Date : 2008/6/5 9:00 - 10:20
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Michael Oschwald (German Aerospace Center, Germany) ,
Jiro Kasahara (Tsukuba University, Japan)
2008-a-19  ( 9:00-9:20 )
Combustion Chamber Acoustics and its Interaction with LOX/H2- and LOX/CH4-Spray Flames
Michael Oschwald, Bernhard Knapp, Mark Sliphorst, Mark Marpert
Institute of Space Propulsion, German Aerospace Center, Germany
2008-a-20  ( 9:20-9:40 )
Fundamental Study on Performance and Combustion Stability of LOX/GH2 Pintle Injector
Shinichi Moriya, Makoto Tadano, Masahiro Sato, Masaki Sato, Tadashi Masuoka, Makoto Yoshida
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-a-21  ( 9:40-10:00 )
Turbulent Combustion Modeling in Supersonic Flows for Application to future RBCC vehicles
Antonella Ingenito, Claudio Bruno
Mechanics and Aeronautics, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
2008-a-22  ( 10:00-10:20 )
Numerical Study on Propagation of Spherical Detonation
Makoto Asahara1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi2, Koichi Hayashi1, Esuke Yamada1
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
[a-6]  Solid and Hybrid Rocket (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:30 - 11:50
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Antonella Ingenito (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy) ,
Shin Matsuura (IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd, Japan)
2008-a-23  ( 10:30-10:50 )
COMBUSTION MECHANISM OF TETRA-OL GAP AND ITS APPLICATION TO HYBRID ROCKET
Yutaka Wada1, Akimasa Tsutsumi2, Yoshio Seike3, Makihito Nishioka4, Toru Shimada5, Katsuya Hasegawa5, Kiyokazu Kobayashi5, Keiichi Hori5
1Department of Space and Astronautical Science, Grad.Univ.Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tokai University, Japan, 3NOF Corporation, Japan, 4University of Tsukuba, Japan, 5ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-a-24  ( 10:50-11:10 )
Fuel Regression Rate Behaviour of CAMUI Hybrid Rocket
Yudai Kaneko1, Mitsunori Itho1, Akihito Kakikura1, Kazuhiro Mori1, Kenta Uejima1, Takuji Nakashima2, Masashi Wakita3, Tsuyoshi Totani1, Nobuyuki Oshima1, Harunori Nagata1
1Division of Mechanical and Space Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Department of Social and Environmental Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan, 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-a-25  ( 11:10-11:30 )
Direct Numerical Simulation of Aluminum Agglomeration in Metallized Propellant Combustion
Sergey Rashkovskiy
Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia
2008-a-26  ( 11:30-11:50 )
Observation and Evaluation of Al Droplets from Propellant
Tomoyuki Inamoto, Shigefumi Miyazaki, Shin Matuura, Apollo Fukuchi
Technology Development Department, IHI Aerospace Co.,Ltd., Japan
[a-7]  Solid and Hybrid Rocket (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 14:00
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Sergey Rashkovskiy (Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia) ,
Apollo Fukuchi (IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd, Japan)
2008-a-27  ( 13:00-13:20 )
A Study of New Composite Thermoplastic Propellant
Keiichi Hori1, Takehiro Kasahara2, Hiroshi Hasegawa3, Kazushige Katoh3, Shigehumi Miyazaki4, Haruki Maruizumi4, Yasuhiro Morita1, Ryojiro Akiba5
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3NOF Corporation, 4IHI Aerospace, 5USEF
2008-a-28  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Application of the Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis Processes for Advanced Solid Propulsion Technologies
Alexander Lukin
Southern Branch of the Russian State Hydro-Meteorological University of Saint-Petersburg, Russia
2008-a-31  ( 13:40-14:00 )
THE AUTONOMOUS CHECK-OUT SYSTEM CONCEPT DESIGN FOR THE ADVANCED SOLID ROCKET
Koichiro Kato1, Masaru Nohara1, Hirohito Ohtsuka1, Takayuki Imoto2, Kazuyuki Miho2, Satoshi Arakawa2
1IHI Aerospace CO.,LTD., Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[a-8]  Thruster
Session Date : 2008/6/5 14:50 - 16:30
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Keiichi Hori (JAXA, Japan) ,
Katsuyoshi Fukiba (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-32  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Generalized Propulsion System for Panel ExTension SATellite Based on Hydrogen Peroxide
Hironori Sahara1, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Chisato Kobayashi3
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Space Oriented Higashiosaka Leading Association, Japan
2008-a-33  ( 15:10-15:30 )
The GH2/GO2 Catalytic Ignition Thruster for Water-Energy-Cycle Space Propulsion
Hiroshi Yoshida, Naoto Ishitsuka, Toyotaka Yoshida, Kyoitiro Toki
Tokyo University of Agricultural and Technology, Japan
2008-a-34  ( 15:30-15:50 )
HAN/HN-based Monopropellant Thrusters
Apollo B. Fukuchi1, Tomoyuki Inamoto1, Shigefumi Miyazaki2, Haruki Maruizumi2, Masahiro Kohno3
1Technologies Development Office, Technologies Development Department, IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd, Japan, 2Development Department, IHI Aerospace Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-a-35  ( 15:50-16:10 )
COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS OF HAN-BASED LIQUID MONOPROPELLANT
Hiroyuki Kodama1, Toshiyuki Katsumi2, Hidehumi Shibamoto3, Tetsuya Matsuo4, Junichi Nakatsuka5, Katsuya Hasegawa5, Kiyokazu Kobayashi5, Hiroyuki Ogawa5, Nobuyuki Tsuboi5, Shujiro Sawai5, Keiichi Hori5
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Space and Astronautical Science, Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI), Japan, 3Hosoya Kako. CO. LTD., 4Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. LTD., 5Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
2008-a-36  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Laser Ignition Condition for a New RCS Thruster using Green Propellant
Kazuhisa Fujita1, Shinichi Moriya2, Masaki Sato2, Tadashi Masuoka2
1The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan, 2Engine System Research and Development Group, JAXA, Japan
[a-9]  Rocket Based Combined Cycle Engine (RBCC)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:50 - 10:30
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Hideyuki Taguchi (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shinichiro Tokudome (JAXA, Japan)
2008-a-37  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Research Activities of Advanced Propulsion Technology in JAXA
Takeshi Kanda
Office of Space Flight and Operations, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-a-38  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Improvement of Scramjet Combustor Performance with Combustor Shape at Hypervelocity Condition over Mach 10 Flight
Masahiro Takahashi1, Tomoyuki Komuro2, Kazuo Sato2, Masatoshi Kodera2, Hideyuki Tanno2, Katsuhiro Itoh2
1Institite of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan, 2Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA
2008-a-39  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Evaluation of Vitiation Effects in Scramjet Engines
Sadatake Tomioka1, Tetsuo Hiraiwa1, T. Kishida1, H. Yamasaki2
1JAXA Kakuda Space Center, Japan, 2Dept. Energy Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-a-40  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Ramjet-mode Operation in a Combined Cycle Engine Combustor
Kanenori Kato, Kenji Kudo, Atsuo Murakami, Kouichiro Tani, Takeshi Kanda
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-a-41  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Aerodynamic Experiments of Small Scale Combined Cycle Engine in Various Mach Numbers
Kouichiro Tani1, Toshinori Kouchi2, Kanenori Kato1, Noboru Sakuranaka1, Syuuichi Watanabe3
1Office of Space Flight and Operation, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3Foundation for Promotion of Japanese Aerospace Technology
[a-10]  Turbine Based Combined Cycle Engine (TBCC)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:40 - 11:40
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Takeshi Kanda (JAXA, Japan) ,
Takehiro Himeno (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2008-a-42  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Development Status and Flight Plan of A Precooled Turbojet Engine
Tetsuya Sato1, Hideyuki Taguchi2, Hiroaki Kobayashi2, Takayuki Kojima2, Katsuyoshi Fukiba2, Daisaku Masaki2, Keiichi Okai2, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Motoyuki Hongoh2, Shujiro Sawai2
1Department of Applied Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering, Waseda University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-a-43  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Conceptual Study on Hypersonic Turbojet Experimental Vehicle (HYTEX)
Hideyuki Taguchi1, Akira Murakami1, Tetsuya Sato2, Takeshi Tsuchiya3
1Aviation Program Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-a-44  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Feasibility Study on a Precooled Turbojet Engine with Defrosting Device Using High Speed Jet
Katsuyoshi Fukiba1, Tetsuya Sato2, Hidetoshi Ohkubo3, Hiroaki Kobayashi1
1Aeroengine Technology Center, Institute of Space Technology and Aeronautics, JAXA, Japan, 2Department of Applied Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering, Waseda University, Japan, 3Department of Mechanical Systems, Tamagawa University, Japan
[b-1]  International Overviews on Electric Propulsion R&D (Invited Special Session)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:00 - 18:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Kimiya Komurasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Hirokazu Tahara (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
2008-b-01  ( 16:00-16:30 )
Numerical Simulation of the Free Molecule Micro-Resistojet Flow
Yanming Wei1, Yan Shen1, Juan Yang2
1Department of Propulsion, Beijing Institute of Control Engineer, China, 2College of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnic University, China
2008-b-02  ( 16:30-17:00 )
Activities in Electric Propulsion Development at IRS
Georg Herdrich, Dagmar Bock, Daniel Haag, Anuscheh Nawaz, Hans-Peter Roser, Monika Auweter-Kurtz, Michael Winter
Space Transportation, IRS, Germany
2008-b-03  ( 17:00-17:30 )
Development of a 10mN-class Hall Thruster for Small Satellites in Korea
Wonho Choe1, Jongho Seon2, Hae June Lee3
1Physics Department, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, 2R&D Center, Satrec Initiative, Korea, 3Pusan National University, Korea
2008-b-04  ( 17:30-18:00 )
JAXA's Promotion on Electric Propulsion
Hitoshi Kuninaka1, Hiroshi Nagano2, Shoji Kitamura3
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Institute of Aerospace Technology, Tsukuba, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Institute of Aerospace Technology, Chofu, Japan
[b-2]  Advanced Propulsion (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Masakatsu Nakano (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan) ,
Kimiya Komurasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2008-b-05  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Thrust Measurement of Pure Magnetic Sail
Kazuma Ueno1, Toshiyuki Kimura1, Tomohiro Ayabe1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Hiroshi Yamakawa3, Hideyuki Horisawa1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tokai University, Japan, 2ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 3Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University, Japan
2008-b-06  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Plasma Interaction between Space Plasma and Bare Tether: Anomalous Current Collection and Arcing
Koki Kashihara1, Mengu Cho1, Satomi Kawamoto2
1Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-b-07  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Preliminary Microwave Energy Transmission Tests for Mars Exploration Flight System
Koichi Yonemoto1, Motoki Hoshino2, Yusuke Oshikata3
1Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2GS Yuasa Corporation, Japan, 3Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-08  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Proposal of Nuclear Electric Propulsion System: Twin Star
Hidetaka Nagata, Makoto Miyoshi, Yusuke Kotani, Naoji Yamamoto, Yoshihiro Kajimura, Hideki Nakashima
Department of Advanced Energy Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-b-09  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Comparative Investigation of Fusion Reactions for Space Propulsion Applications
Georg Herdrich, Dejan Petkow, Hans-Peter Roeser, Rene Laufer, Oliver Zeile
Space Transportation, IRS, Germany
[b-3]  Advanced Propulsion (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Georg Herdrich (Space Transportation, IRS, Germany) ,
Kyoichiro Toki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
2008-b-10  ( 10:20-10:40 )
New Thruster System for Small Satellite : Gas-Liquid Equilibrium Thruster
Takayuki Yamamoto, Osamu Mori, Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-b-11  ( 10:40-11:00 )
The Thermal Design of the Solar Thermal Thrusters for Piggyback Satellites
Yuuki Iwaki, Tsuyoshi Totani, Harunori Nagata
Division of Mechanical and Space Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan
2008-b-12  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Energy Direct Conversion to Thrust by Photon Pressure Propulsion
Kyoichiro Toki, Norihiro Asakura
Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2008-b-13  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Radiation Resistance and Reliability of the Stretched Lens Array (SLA) in Solar Electric Propulsion (SEP) Missions
Henry Brandhorst1, Julie Rodiek1, Mark O'Neill2
1Space Research Institute, Auburn University, USA, 2ENTECH, Inc.
2008-b-14  ( 11:40-12:00 )
A Cost Effective Architecture for Delivering Space Solar Power Systems
Henry Brandhorst
Space Research Institute, Auburn University, USA
[b-4]  Electrothermal Thrusters
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 15:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Wonho Choe (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea) ,
Naoji Yamamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
2008-b-15  ( 13:00-13:20 )
Development of An 1kW Class Hydrazine Arcjet
Shen Yan1, Yanming Wei2, Jun Chen2, Wei Guan2
1Research Center of Space Propulsion System, Beijing Institute of Control Engineer, China, 2Department of Propulsion, Beijing Institute of Control Engineer, China
2008-b-16  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Effects of Nozzle Geometries on Thrust Performance Improvement of Micro-Multi-Nozzle-Array Thrusters
Fujimi Sawada1, Atushi Kosiyama1, Shuji Hagiwara1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokai, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-b-17  ( 13:40-14:00 )
Numerical Simulation of a Microwave-Excited Microplasma Thruster
Takeshi Takahashi, Yugo Ichida, Yoshinori Takao, Koji Eriguchi, Kouichi Ono
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyoto University, Japan
2008-b-18  ( 14:00-14:20 )
The Research of Microwave Electric Propulsion at Northwestern Polytechnic University
Juan Yang, Genwang Mao, Maolin Chen, Guangqing Xia, Yingqiao Xu, Tielian Yang
College of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnic University, China
2008-b-19  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Numerical Simulation on Thrust Performance Improvement of Micro-Multi-Nozzle-Array Thrusters
Shuji Hagiwara1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Fujimi Sawada1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokai, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,Japan
2008-b-20  ( 14:40-15:00 )
Analysis of Microwave-excited Plasma Thrusters with Hydrogen Propellant
Yugo Ichida, Takeshi Takahashi, Yoshinori Takao, Koji Eriguchi, Kouichi Ono
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyoto University, Japan
[b-5]  Hall Thrusters
Session Date : 2008/6/5 15:10 - 17:30
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan) ,
Hirokazu Tahara (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
2008-b-21  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Development of Real-time Boron Nitride Erosion monitoring system for Hall Thrusters by Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy
Naoji Yamamoto1, Azer Yalin2, Lei Tao2, Timothy Smith3, Alec Gallimore3, Yoshihiro Arakawa4, Hideki Nakashima5
1Department of Advanced Energy Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Japan, 2Colorado State University, 3University of Michigan, 4The University of Tokyo, Japan, 5Kyushu University, Japan
2008-b-22  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Diagnostics of Xe Ion in an Anode-layer Type Hall Thruster Using Laser Induced Fluorescence
Shigeru Yokota1, Lempke Markus2, Kentaro Hara1, Makoto Matsui1, Kimiya Komurasaki3, Yoshihiro Arakawa1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University Stuttgart, Germany, 3Department of Advanced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-b-23  ( 15:50-16:10 )
A New Model on the Control of the Ion Current Oscillation and its Influence to the Thrust Efficiency of Hall Thrusters
Yuki Yamamura1, Hiroyuki Nakamoto1, YasuNori Nejoh2
1Graduate School of Engineering, Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-24  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Oscillation-free Operation of Hall Thruster by the Synchronous Control of Power Conditioners
Taichiro Tamida1, Hiroyuki Osuga2, Takafumi Nakagawa2, Toshiyuki Ozaki2, Ikuro Suga1, Katsuaki Matsui3
1Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kamakura Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 3Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan
2008-b-25  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Investigation of Acceleration Channel Process in Hall Thruters by Particle Simulations
Takeshi Miyasaka, Yuuki Shibata, Katuo Asato, Kazuhide Segawa
Human and Information Systems, Gifu University, Japan
2008-b-26  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Direction Detection of Swirling Ion Flows from Hall Effect Thrusters using End Effects on Cylindrical Langmuir Probes
Akira Ohno1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS, JAXA, Japan
2008-b-27  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Thrust Measurement Using a Simple Set-up with a He-Ne Laser and a Position Sensitive Diode Detector
Wonho Choe1, Youbong Lim1, Jongsub Lee1, Mihui Seo1, Jongho Seon2, Hae June Lee3
1Physics Department, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, 2Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology / Satrec Initiative, Korea, 3Pusan National University, Korea
[b-6]  Ion Thrusters (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Yoshiyuki Takao (Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan) ,
Yasushi Ohkawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-b-28  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of a Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster using Argon
Naoji Yamamoto1, Makoto Miyoshi1, Hideki Nakashima1, Yoshiyuki Takao2
1Department of Advanced Energy Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Japan, 2Oita National College of Technology, Japan
2008-b-29  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Antenna Design Method and Performance Improvement of a Micro-Ion Engine Using Microwave Discharge
Hiroyuki Koizumi, Hitoshi Kuninaka
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-b-30  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Extended Operation and Modification of 20mN Class Xenon Ion Engine
Toshiyuki Ozaki1, Hiroyuki Osuga1, Hiroshi Nagano2, Takashi Itoh2, Kenichi Kajiwara2
1Space Systems Department, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-b-31  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Feasibility Study on Performance Enhancement Options for the ECR Ion Thruster mu10
Kazutaka Nishiyama1, Satoshi Hosoda1, Miyuki Usui2, Hiroshi Hayashi1, Yukio Shimizu1, Hitoshi Kuninaka1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-b-32  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Experimental Demonstratio of Microwave Discharge Ion Engine with 10,000sec Isp (the 2nd Report)
Hitoshi Kuninaka1, Kazutaka Nishiyama1, Yukio Shimizu1, Yoshinori Nakayama2, Hiroshi Hayashi1, Miyuki Usui3
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2National Defense Academy, Japan, 3Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
[b-7]  Ion Thrusters (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Kazutaka Nishiyama (JAXA, Japan) ,
Toshiyuki Ozaki (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2008-b-33  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Hollow Cathode Studies for the Next Generation Ion Engines in JAXA
Yasushi Ohkawa, Yukio Hayakawa, Hideki Yoshida, Katsuhiro Miyazaki, Shoji Kitamura, Kenichi Kajiwara
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan
2008-b-34  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Study on Radio Frequency Cathode for Ion Engines
Hiroki Watanabe, Tomoyuki Hatakeyama, Masatoshi Irie, Asami Okutsu, Takeshi Tsukahara, Junichiro Aoyagi, Haruki Takegahara
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-b-35  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of Miniature Microwave Discharge Neutralizer for Miniature Ion Thruster
Teppei Tsuru, Shinya Kondo, Naoji Yamamoto, Hideki Nakashima
Department of Advanced Energy Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-b-36  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Experimental Visualization of Ion Thruster Discharge and Beam Extraction
Yoshinori Nakayama
Department of Aerospace Engineering, National Defense Academy of Japan, Japan
2008-b-37  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Sputter Measurement of Grid Materials for Ion Engines
Taichiro Nishimura
Shizuoka University, Japan
[b-8]  Laser Thrusters
Session Date : 2008/6/6 13:30 - 14:30
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Hideki Nakashima (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
Takeshi Miyasaka (Gifu University, Japan)
2008-b-39  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Numerical Analysis on Thermal Non-equilibrium and Multidimensional Laser-Supported Detonation Wave Propagating Through a Diatonic Gas
Hiroyuki Shiraishi
Daido Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-40  ( 13:50-14:10 )
A Laser Ignition Microthruster for Microspacecraft Propulsion
Masakatsu Nakano1, Koizumi Hiroyuki2, Masashi Watanabe3, Yoshihiro Arakawa4
1Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Nichiyu Giken Kogyo Co., LTD., 4University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-b-41  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Experimental Investigation of micro-N-class Laser Ablation Thruster
Sota Sumida1, Satoshi Yokoyama1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1Toaki University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
[b-9]  Magnetoplasmadynamic Thrusters
Session Date : 2008/6/6 14:40 - 16:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Akira Ando (Tohoku University, Japan) ,
Hideyuki Horisawa (Tokai University, Japan)
2008-b-42  ( 14:40-15:00 )
Extraction of Magnetoplasmadynamic Thruster Design Guidelines through Optimization
Masakatsu Nakane1, Takuya Hayashi1, Yoshio Ishikawa1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Kyoichiro Toki3
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nihon University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Institute of Symbiotic Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2008-b-43  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Total Electrode Fall Measurement in an Parallel-Plate MagnetoPlasmaDynamic Thruster
Daisuke Nakata1, Kyoichiro Toki2, Yukio Shimizu3, Ikkoh Funaki3, Hitoshi Kuninaka3, Yoshihiro Arakawa1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 3Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-b-44  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Numerical Simulations and Accompanying Experimental Investigations of Magnetoplasmadynamic Thrusters with Coaxial Applied Magnetic Field
Daniel Haag1, Monika Auweter-Kurtz2, Markus Fertig1, Georg Herdrich1, Michael Winter1
1Institute of Space Systems, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany, 2Praesidentin, Universitaet Hamburg, Germany
2008-b-45  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Numerical Investigation of the Effect of Applied Magnetic Field on MPD Thruster Flowfields
Kenichi Kubota1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Yoshihiro Okuno1
1Department of Energy Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
[b-10]  Pulsed and Electromagnetic Plasma Thrusters
Session Date : 2008/6/6 16:10 - 17:30
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Dejan Petkow (Space Transportation, IRS, Germany) ,
Hiroyuki Koizumi (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2008-b-46  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Research and Development on Coaxial Pulsed Plasma Thruster with Propellant Feed
Kouhei Shintani1, Masayuki Mukai1, Yukiya Kamishima1, Tsubasa Sasaki1, Junichiro Aoyagi1, Haruki Takegahara1, Takashi Wakizono2, Mitsuteru Sugiki3
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2HI-SERVE Corporation, Japan, 3Astro Research Corporation, Japan
2008-b-47  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Thrust Efficiency Optimization of SIMP-LEX
Anuscheh Nawaz1, Monika Auweter-Kurtz2, Georg Herdrich1
1Institute of Space Systems, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany, 2Universitaet Hamburg, Germany
2008-b-48  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Plasma Acceleration by RF Antennae with Small Helicon Source
Yoshikazu Tanaka1, Kyoichiro Toki1, Shunjiro Shinohara2, Takao Tanikawa3, Tohru Hada2, Ikkoh Funaki4, Konstantin Shamrai5
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 5Institute for Nuclear Research, Ukraine
2008-b-49  ( 17:10-17:30 )
High Power Ion Heating in Helium and Hydrogen Plasmas for Advanced Plasma Thrusters
Akira Ando, Tatsuya Hagiwara, Masakazu Domon, Takahiro Taguchi
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
[c-1]  Dynamics of Satellite
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : M.C. Natori (Waseda University, Japan) ,
Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon University, Japan)
2008-c-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Vibration Analysis of Nanosatellite PRISM Extendable Boom
Casey Lambert, Yuuki Sato, Il-Yun Yu, Takaya Inamori, Shinichi Nakasuka
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-c-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Experimental Study of Vibration Control of Flexible Space Structure by Using Micro Tension Actuator
Yukitaka Kojima, Hironori Fujii, Takeo Watanabe, Tairo Kusagaya
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-c-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Experiments of Semi-Active Vibration Suppression with Piezoelectric Transducers for Actual Satellite Structural Test Model
Shigeru Shimose, Kenji Minesugi, Junjiro Onoda, Takuya Yabu
ISAS, JAXA, Japan
2008-c-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Optimal Self-identification of Adaptive Structures with Variable Geometric Parameters Using Particle Swarm Optimization Method
Atsuhiko Senba1, Hiroshi Furuya2, Morio Takahama1
1Department of Information Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Department of Built Environment, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-c-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Basic Geometrical Consideration on Deployable and Adaptive Structures for Efficient Spacecraft Systems
M.C. Natori1, Naoko Kishimoto2, Ken Higuchi2, Horoshi Yamakawa3
1Advanced Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3School of Creative Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan
[c-2]  Inflatable Structures and Satellite Ejection System
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Takahira Aoki (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Kenji Minesugi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-c-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Fundamental Characteristics of Inflatable Structure Composed of Sealed Multi-Cells
Kosei Ishimura1, Ken Higuchi2
1Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA), Japan
2008-c-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
On-Orbit Verification of Space Inflatable Structures
Takahira Aoki1, Hiroshi Furuya2, Kosei Ishimura3, Yasuyuki Miyazaki4, Kei Senda5, Hiroaki Tsunoda6, Ken Higuchi7, Junichiro Ishizawa7, Naoko Kishimoto7, Ryoji Sakai8, Kazuki Watanabe9
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Hokkaido University, Japan, 4Nihon University, Japan, 5Kanazawa University, Japan, 6Tokai University, Japan, 7JAXA, Japan, 8Sakae Adtech, Co., Ltd., Japan, 9WEL Research, Co., Ltd., Japan
2008-c-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Verification of Practical Use of an Inflatable Structure in Space
Ken Higuchi1, Yoshiro Ogi2, Kazuki Watanabe3, Akihito Watanabe4
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (Soukendai), Japan, 3WEL Research, Co., Ltd., Japan, 4Sakae Adtech, Co., Ltd., Japan
2008-c-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Development of Spin Ejection Device for Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter
Kenji Minesugi1, Kazuhiro Abe2, Naohiro Inagaki2, Keiji Komatsu1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NIPPI Corporation
2008-c-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
The Development of a Satellite Ejection System of PRISM
Yasuhiro Kusakawa, Shinya Chikura, Kensuke Shimizu, Mitsuhito Komatsu, Shinichi Nakasuka
School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
[c-3]  Membrane Structures
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Ken Higuchi (ISAS/JAXA, Japan) ,
Kosei Ishimura (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2008-c-11  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Retractability of Two-dimensional Deployable Membrane for Spinning Solar Sail
Yasutaka Satou, Hiroshi Furuya
Department of Built Environment, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-c-12  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Geometrically Nonlinear Analyses of Wave Propagation in Non-Uniformly Pre-Tensioned Membranes
Hiraku Sakamoto
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Nihon University, Japan
2008-c-13  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Evaluation of the Numerical Analysis Model for Thin-Membrane
Kosuke Arita, Yasuyuki Miyazaki, Yoshitaka Nakamura
Nihon University, Japan
2008-c-14  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Effect of Folded Creases and Friction Force on the Deploying Tape Tether on the Sounding Rocket Experiment
Tomoya Mazawa, Hironori Fujii, Takeo Watanabe
Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
[c-4]  Launch Vehicle Structures
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:00 - 17:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Shinsuke Takeuchi (JAXA, Japan) ,
Toshio Ogasawara (JAXA, Japan)
2008-c-15  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Development of Manufacturing Technologies for H-IIB Launch Vehicle Structure
Keita Terashima1, Eijiro Namura1, Takumi Ujino1, Makoto Arita2, Hidenori Hara3, Tomohiko Goto3
1Space Transportation Subsystem Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2H-IIB Launch Vehicle Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy Industries LTD. Nagoya, Japan
2008-c-16  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Design and Development of Stage II Kick Motor Support Structure
Yeong-Moo Yi, Kwang-Soo Kim, Jae-Mo An, Young-Soon Jang
Technology Division, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
2008-c-17  ( 15:40-16:00 )
An Optimization Code for Nonlinear Transient Problems of a Large Scale Multidisciplinary Mathematical Model
Koichi Takasaki
IAT, JAXA, Japan
2008-c-18  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Design and Development of Cryogenic Composite Tank Based on Fracture Mechanics
Shinsuke Takeuchi1, Eiichi Sato1, Junjiro Onoda1, Yoshihiro Naruo1, Satoshi Nonaka1, Yoji Arakawa2
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace eXploration Agency, Japan, 2Fuji Heavy Industry, Japan
2008-c-19  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Application of CFRP with High Hydrogen Gas Barrier Characteristics to Fuel Tanks of Space Transportation System
Koichi Yonemoto1, Yuta Yamamoto2, Takeo Ebina3, Keiichi Okuyama4
1Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 3National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, 4Tsuyama National College of Technology
2008-c-20  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Permeation-after-impact Properties of CFRP Laminates for Use on Propellant Tank
Tomohiro Yokozeki1, Akiko Kuroda1, Akinori Yoshimura2, Toshio Ogasawara2, Takahira Aoki1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Advanced Composite Technology Center, Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[c-5]  Composite Structures
Session Date : 2008/6/3 17:10 - 18:30
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Tomohiro Yokozeki (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Ovidiu Nemes (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Roumania)
2008-c-21  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Analysis of I-Section Orthotropic Beams Using Two Variable Refined Theory
Rameshchandra Shimpi, Amit Sowani
Aerospace Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, India
2008-c-22  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Postbuckling Failure Analysis of Composite Stiffened Panels Considering Skin-Stiffener Debonding
Kwang-Soo Kim, Young-Soon Jang, Yeong-Moo Yi
Technology Division, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
2008-c-23  ( 17:50-18:10 )
Double-lap Joint Adhesive Assemblies Optimization in Aerospace Structures
Ovidiu NEMES1, Frederic LACHAUD2
1Faculty of Material Science and Engineering, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Roumania, 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, ENSICA Toulouse, France
2008-c-24  ( 18:10-18:30 )
Nanoreinforced Laminated CFRP Composites
Mohamed Aly-Hassan1, Asami Nakai2, Hiroyoki Hamada2
1Venture Laboratory, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki, Japan
[c-6]  Structural Materials for Space Applications (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:50 - 10:10
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Ken Goto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Luigi Scatteia (CIRA - Italian Aerospace Research Centre, Italy)
2008-c-25  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Evaluation by Rocket Combustor of C/C Composite Cooled Structure Using Metallic Cooling Tubes
Masao Takegoshi1, Fumiei Ono1, Shuichi Ueda1, Toshihito Saito1, Osamu Hayasaka2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Foundation for Promotion of Japanese Aerospace Technology
2008-c-26  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Fiber-matrix Interface Mechanical Properties of Carbon-Carbon Composites
Ken Goto1, Miho Ishii2, Hiroshi Hatta3, Ichiro Shiota2
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Department of Materials Science and Technology, Kogakuin University, Japan, 3Advanced Composite Technology Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-c-27  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Micrometeoroid Impact Damage on Thin Ceramic Component for Interplanetary Probe
Yasuko Motoyashiki1, Daisuke Shindo2, Kyoko Okudaira1, Sunao Hasegawa1, Eiichi Sato1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tokai University, Japan
2008-c-28  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Efficient Heat Energy Management via Heat-Directed Composite Materials for Aerospace Applications
Mohamed Aly-Hassan1, Hiroshi Hatta2, Hiroyoki Hamada3
1Venture Laboratory, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 3Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki, Japan
[c-7]  Structural Materials for Space Applications (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Yasuko Motoyashiki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Matthias Kroedel (ECM Ingenieur-Unternehmen fuer Energie-und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Germany)
2008-c-29  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Development of Hybrid C/SiC Composites for Space Optics and Structures
Matthias Kroedel1, Tsuyoshi Ozaki2
1ECM Ingenieur-Unternehmen fuer Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Germany, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2008-c-30  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Advances in Ultra High Temperature Ceramics For Hot Structures
Luigi Scatteia1, Federico Monteverde2, Stefania Cantoni1
1Advanced Materials and Technologies, CIRA - Italian Aerospace Research Centre, Italy, 2CNR-ISTEC, Italy
2008-c-31  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Multidimensional P-Version Finite Element For Ablative TPS
Koichi Takasaki
IAT, JAXA, Japan
2008-c-32  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Formation Al Ultra Fine Structure and Properties
Tibor Kvackaj1, R. Kocisko1, T. Kuskulic1, I. Pokorny1, M. Fujda1, T. Donic2, M. Besterci3, K. Sulleiova3, M. Molnarova1, A. Kovacova1
1Dpt. of Metal Forming Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University, Slovakia, 2Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Zilina Vel'ky diel, Slovakia, 3Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
2008-c-33  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Mechanical Properties, Microstructure, Deformation and Fracture in Mechanically Alloyed Al-Al4C3 Composite
Michal Besterci1, Oksana Velgosova2, Ladislav Pesek3, Tibor Kvackaj4
1Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Materials Research, Slovakia, 2Faculty of Metallurgy, Department of Non-ferrous Metals and Waste Treatment, Technical University in Kosice, Slovakia, 3Faculty of Metallurgy, Department of Materials Science, Technical University in Kosice, Slovakia, 4Faculty of Metallurgy, Department of Metals Forming, Technical University in Kosice, Slovakia
[c-8]  NDI and Structural Health Monitoring
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Yoji Okabe (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Ning Hu (Tohoku University, Japan)
2008-c-34  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Nondestructive Inspection Method for Solid Rocket Motor
Takahiro Otsuka, Akiyoshi Sato, Masashi Minato
Department of Quality Assurance, IHI AEROSPACE Co., LTD, Japan
2008-c-35  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Identification of Impact Force on Stiffened Composite Panels
Satoshi Atobe1, Hu Ning2, Hisao Fukunaga2
1Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-c-36  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Delamination Identification in Composite Laminates Using Lamb waves
Ning Hu, Hisao Fukunaga
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-c-37  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Damage Detection in CFRP Laminates by Ultrasonic Wave Propagation Using MFC Actuator and FBG Sensor
Yoji Okabe1, Fumihiro Nakayama2
1Department of Mechanical and Biofunctional Systems, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Deptartment of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
[c-9]  Materials Characterization in Space Environment (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:00 - 16:20
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Yasunori Okano (Shizuoka University, Japan) ,
Koji Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan)
2008-c-38  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Si-doping for the Protection of Hydrogenated Diamond-like Carbon Films in a Simulated Atomic Oxygen Environment in LEO
Masahito Tagawa1, Kumiko Yokota1, Akira Kitamura2, Koji Matsumoto3, Akitaka Yoshigoe4, Yuden Teraoka4, Julien Fontaine5, Michel Belin5
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 2Department of Maritime Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 4Japan Atomic Energy Agency, 5Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
2008-c-39  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Effect of EUV from the Oxygen Plasma in the Ground-based Atomic Oxygen Test of Fluorinated Polymer
Kumiko Yokota1, Kazauhiro Kishida1, Hidehiro Yasuda1, Akio Okamoto2, Masahito Tagawa1
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 2Technology Research Institute of Osaka Prefecture, Japan
2008-c-41  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Evaluation of White Paints Exposed to Space Environment on ISS Russian Service Module / Space Environment Exposure Device
Junichiro Ishizawa
Electronic, Mechanical Components and Materials Engineering Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-c-42  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Proton Irradiation Effects on Dielectric Coatings on Optics
Kazuhisa Fujita1, Kazuyuki Suzuki2, Shinji Motokoshi3, Katsuto Kisara4
1The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan, 2Foundation for Promotion of Japanese Aerospace Technology, Japan, 3Institute for Laser Technology, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
[c-10]  Materials Characterization in Space Environment (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:50 - 18:10
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Masahito Tagawa (Kobe University, Japan) ,
Junichiro Ishizawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-c-43  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Effects of Long-term Irradiation with Effective Factors of LEO Environment on Properties of Solid Lubricant
Koji Matsumoto1, Masahito Tagawa2, Masao Akiyama3
1Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Kobe University, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd
2008-c-44  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Advancement of the Materials Applicability Analysis/Evaluation for the Manned Space Systems
Sachie Eguchi1, Satoru Tachihara1, Yasufumi Matsuo2
1Human Space Safety and Mission Assurance Office, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation
2008-c-45  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Effect of Gravity on Silicon Dissolution in Germanium Melt
Sadik Dost1, Neil Armour1, Brian Lent1, Yasunori Okano2
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Victoria, Canada, 2Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Shizuoka Univeristy, Hamamatsu, Japan
2008-c-46  ( 17:50-18:10 )
Rosettes Texture with Meteoritic Metals and Water: Water Indicator on the Moon and Mars
Yasunori Miura
Department of Earth Sciences, Grad.Sch. Sci. & Eng., Yamaguchi Uniersity, Japan
[d-1]  Guidance, Navigation and Control for Space Exploration
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:30 - 9:50
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Tatsuaki Hashimoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shin-Ichiro Nishida (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Dynamic Performance of Landing Radar BBM in Field Experiment
Takahide Mizuno1, Seisuke Fukuda2, Tomohiko Sakai2, Yu Okada3, Teppei Sato4, Kenji Kishimoto5
1Spacecraft Engineering, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, 3Kamakura Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 4Tokyo Science University, Japan, 5Meiji University, Japan
2008-d-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Miniaturized 3D-LIDAR for Lunar Landing
Bettina Moebius1, Martin Pfennigbauer2, Uwe Soppa3
1AOCS Sensors, Jena-Optronik GmbH, Germany, 2Riegl Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Horn, Austria, 3Astrium GmbH, Bremen, Germany
2008-d-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Experimental Study of 2D Scanning LIDAR with MEMS Technology
Yasuhiro Kajikawa1, Makoto Mita2, Takuya Hayashi3, Takahide Mizuno2
1Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, 3TOKYO KEISO CO.,LTD.
2008-d-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Surface Exploration Rover and Guidance Scheme for Planetary Robotic Exploration
Takashi Kubota1, Masatsugu Otsuki2, Yasuharu Kunii3, Yoji Kuroda4
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 3Chuo University, Japan, 4Meiji University, Japan
[d-2]  Space Robotics
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:00 - 12:00
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Kazuya Yoshida (Tohoku University, Japan) ,
Fuyuto Terui (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-05  ( 10:00-10:20 )
Multi-Constrained Optimal Control of 3D Robotic Arm Manipulators
Pavel Trivailo1, Hironori Fujii2, Hirohisha Kojima2, Takeo Watanabe2
1School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University, Australia, 2Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-d-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Morphable Beam Device and Beam Shape Generation Algorithm
Saburo Matunaga, Thomas Iljic, Yohei Tanaka, Yoshiyuki Miura
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-d-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Development of High Power Dexterous Robot Hand for Space and Commercial Uses
Mitsushige Oda
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan
2008-d-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Proposal of a Tethered Space Walking Robot
Mitsushige Oda
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan
2008-d-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Control Architecture for Self-reconfigurable Space Structure
Keita Sawayama1, Takashi Matsuzawa2, Toshiaki Iwata2, Kazuo Machida3
1Depertment of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 3Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-d-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Delay-Time Estimated Constant Torque Control for Two-Dimensional Free-Flying Space Robot
Hirohisa Kojima, Shinji Kasahara
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
[d-3]  Attitude Determination
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Takanori Iwata (JAXA, Japan) ,
Ken Maeda (NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan)
2008-d-11  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Robust Attitude Determination for Spacecraft with Magnetic Sensors
Shoji Yoshikawa, Takehiro Nishiyama
Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2008-d-12  ( 13:50-14:10 )
The Attitude Determination of HIT-SAT from Magnetometer Data
Kouta Matsushima1, Kosei Ishimura1, Tsuyoshi Totani1, Shin Satori2, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi2, Akihiro Nakamura3, Toshihiko Yasunaka4, Kotaro Hori5, Norihisa Hirota2
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Department of AIDMA Ltd., Japan, 4Department of Uematsu Electric Co. Ltd., Japan, 5Department of B.U.G, Inc., Japan
2008-d-13  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Attitude Determination Concept for QSAT
Yuya Mimasu, Jozef van der Ha
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-d-14  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Method to Control Nano-satellite Attitude, Using Star Bluared and Skew Image
Takaya Inamori, Nobutada Sako, Yoichi Hatustori, Shinichi Nakasuka
Dept.of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
[d-4]  Attitude Maneuver
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:00 - 16:20
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Fuyuto Terui (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shin-Ichiro Sakai (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-15  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Spacecraft Pointing Control Using a Variable-Speed Control Moment Gyro
Katsuhiko Yamada1, Naoki Takatsuka1, Takeya Shima2
1Aerospace Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2008-d-16  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Spacecraft Angular Velocity Stabilization Using Two Single-Gimbal Control Moment Gyros
Sangwon Kwon, Hiroshi Okubo
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2008-d-17  ( 15:40-16:00 )
A New Method for Motion Planning of Rotating Bodies under Multiple Constraints
Takehiro Nishiyama1, Katsuhiko Yamada2, Shoji Yoshikawa1
1Mechatronics Department, Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-d-18  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Model Predictive Control for Deflection Limiting Maneuver of Flexible Structure
Hirohisa Kojima, Masataka Tomikawa
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
[d-5]  Attitude and Tether Control Methods
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:50 - 10:10
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Katsuhiko Yamada (Nagoya University, Japan) ,
Mitsushige Oda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-19  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Delayed Feedback Control for Electrodynamic Tether System in Elliptic Orbit
Hirohisa Kojima, Tetsuro Sugimoto
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-d-20  ( 9:10-9:30 )
An Examination Contact Less Measurement Method of Space Tether Tension and Velocity
Yohei Minagawa, Hironori Fujii, Takeo Watanabe, Tairo Kusagaya
Department of Aero Space Egineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-d-21  ( 9:30-9:50 )
System Performance Analysis of Three Dimensional Reaction Wheel for the Attitude Control of Microsatellites
Yoji Shirasawa1, Yuichi Tsuda2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS, JAXA, Japan
2008-d-22  ( 9:50-10:10 )
A Study on Vibration Isolator for Reaction Wheel Assembly
Yoichi Hatsutori, Shinichi Nakasuka
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
[d-6]  Spacecraft Dynamics and Control Experiences
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Saburo Matsunaga (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) ,
Ken Maeda (NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan)
2008-d-23  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Deployment Dynamics of a Large Solar Array Paddle
Takanori Iwata1, Kiyoshi Fujii2, Kazuro Matsumoto2
1Institude of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems
2008-d-24  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Boom Deployment Angle Estimation and On-orbit Operation Results of ETS-VIII Large Deployable Reflector
Takeya Shima1, Hidekazu Tanaka2, Hiroo Yonechi2, Katsuhiko Yamada3, Akira Meguro4, Motofumi Usui4, Kyoji Shintate4
1Mechatronics Department, Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kamakura Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, 3Nagoya University, Japan, 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-d-25  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Dynamic Modeling and Experimental Verification of the Pointing Technology in Balloon-Borne Telescope System for Optical Remote Sensing of Planets
Yuji Sakamoto1, Tomoaki Kanazawa1, Yasuhiro Shouji1, Yukihiro Takahashi2, Kazuya Yoshida1, Makoto Taguchi3
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Department of Geophysics, Tohoku University, Japan, 3National Institute of Polar Research
2008-d-26  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Control System of Balloon Based-Operation Vehicle(BOV) for Micro Gravity Experimtent
Nobutaka Bando1, Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Shouhei Kadooka2, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu1, Hiroaki Kobayashi1, Kazuhisa Fujita1, Shujiro Sawai1, Tatsuaki Hashimoto1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-d-27  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Development of Micro Gravity Test Bed for Closed-Loop Attitude Dynamics Test and Demonstration of Precision Attitude Control
Shingo Tange1, Shigemune Taniwaki2, Naoshi Kondo3, Yuta Matsubashi1, Syo Mizunuma2
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ehime University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ehime University, Japan, 3Graduate School of Agriculture, Koto University, Japan
[d-7]  Rendezvous and Proximity Operations
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:20 - 16:40
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Shoji Toshikawa (MELCO, Japan) ,
Yan-Ru Hu (Canadian Space Agency, Canada)
2008-d-28  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Relative Motion Estimation and Control Strategy for a Spacecraft to an Uncooperative Object
Fuyuto Terui, Heihachiro Kamimura
Advanced Space Technology Research Group, Japan Aerospce Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-d-29  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Attitude-Motion Estimation from RFID Data Sequence
Hideyuki Tanaka, Kazuo Machida, Takehisa Yairi
Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-d-30  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Technology of H-II Transfer Vehicle Rendezvous System
Toru Kasai, Hirohiko Uematsu, Satoshi Ueda
HTV Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-d-31  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Design and Evaluation Results of HTV GN&C Subsystem
Nobuharu Kambara1, Shigeki Hotta1, Masaharu Suzuki1, Hirohisa Nagashima1, Daisuke Watabe1, Satoshi Ueda2, Noboru Motoyama2, Keiichi Wada2, Toru Kasai2, Hirohiko Uematsu2
1Space Information Systems Department, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation(MELCO) Kamakura Works, Japan, 2HTV Project Team, JAXA, Japan
[d-8]  Formation Flight
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:50 - 17:50
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Shin-Ichiro Sakai (JAXA, Japan) ,
Toru Kasai (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-33  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Suppression of Relative Position Variation during One Orbit for Precise Formation Flying
Shoji Yoshikawa1, Takeya Shima1, Katsuhiko Yamada2
1Advanced Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
2008-d-34  ( 17:10-17:30 )
An Approach to Control of Two Spacecraft Formation Flying
Yan-Ru Hu, Alfred Ng
Directorate of Spacecraft Engineering, Canadian Space Agency, Canada
2008-d-35  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Control of Formation Flying Using Solar Sail around Collinear Libration Point
Triwanto Simanjuntak1, Yuichi Tsuda2, Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi2
1Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS/JAXA), Japan
[d-9]  Relative and Deep Space Navigation
Session Date : 2008/6/5 9:30 - 10:30
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Makoto Yoshikawa (JAXA, Japan) ,
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-36  ( 9:30-9:50 )
"GNSS Kinematic Relative Positioning for Spacecraft Data Analysis of a Dynamic Testbed"
Peter Buist
Department of Earth Observation and Space Systems, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
2008-d-38  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Orbit Determination of Hayabusa During Close Proximity Phase
Hitoshi Ikeda1, Takashi Kominato2, Masatoshi Matsuoka2, Takafumi Ohnishi3, Makoto Yoshikawa4
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems Ltd., Japan, 3Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2008-d-39  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Sensitivity Analysis for the Navigation of Interplanetary Mission by Using Modified Orbit Estimator
Tsutomu Ichikawa
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[d-10]  Interplanetary Trajectory and Mission Design
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:40 - 11:40
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Lin Liu (Nanjing University, China) ,
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-42  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Analysis of Low Energy Interplanetary Transfer with Capture trajectories to L1 and L2 points
Masaki Nakamiya1, Daniel Scheeres2, Hiroshi Yamakawa3, Makoto Yoshikawa4
1Department of Space and Astronautical Science, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 3Kyoto University,Japan, 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-d-43  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Trajectory Options of the Planet-C Auxiliary Payload after the Venus Swing-by
Mutsuko Morimoto1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2, Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi2
1Reserch and Development Office, JSPEC/JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS & JSPEC/JAXA, Japan
2008-d-44  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Trajectory Design of Solar Sail Spacecraft for Interplanetary Rendezvous Missions
Shinji Hokamoto, Koji Sachimoto, Koki Fujita
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
[d-11]  Attitude and Orbit Control Systems
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 14:40
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Takanori Iwata (JAXA, Japan) ,
Nobutada Sako (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2008-d-45  ( 13:00-13:20 )
WINDS (Wideband Inter-Networking engineering test and Demonstration Satellite) Initial Operation Results and Performance Evaluation
Yoshihisa Arikawa1, Yasuo Nakamura1, Tsunehiko Araki1, Yuuichi Fujiwara1, Isao Baba2
1WINDS Project Team, Office of Space Applications, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NEC, Japan
2008-d-46  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Design of Attitude and Orbit Control System for Greenhouse Gases Ovserving Satellite (GOSAT)
Naomi Hosokawa, Yasuhiro Nakashiki, Takao Anzai, Yoshitaka Nishida, Takeshi Tohara, Keiji Inoshiro, Masaki Wakao
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Kamakura Works, Japan
2008-d-47  ( 13:40-14:00 )
Attitude Control System of the ASTRO-G Satellite: For the Fast Rest-To-Rest Attitude Maneuver
Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Nobutaka Bando1, Tsutomu Nakamura2, Ken Maeda3, Toshio Kamiya3, Naoto Ogura3, Nanako Mochizuki1, Yasuhiro Murata1, Tatsuaki Hashimoto1, Hirobumi Saito1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan
2008-d-48  ( 14:00-14:20 )
Science and Technology Demonstration Satellite TSUBAME and its Attitude Control System Using Micro CMGs
Kota Fujihashi, Kuniyuki Omagari, Yasumi Konada, Masaki Maeno, Hiroki Ashida, Junichi Nishida, Shinichi Inagawa, Yoshiyuki Miura, Saburo Matunaga
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-d-49  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Comparison of Different Magnetorquer Control Laws for QSAT
Kikuko Miyata, Tomohiro Narumi, Jozef van der Ha
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
[d-12]  Guidance, Navigation and Control for Atmospheric Flight
Session Date : 2008/6/5 14:50 - 15:50
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Seiya Ueno (Yokohama National University, Japan) ,
Nobutada Sako (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2008-d-51  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Discussion about Supersonic Aviation and Pullout Control in Free-Fall Flying Object from High Altitude Balloon
Shouhei Kadooka1, Shujiro Sawai2, Nobutaka Bando2, Shin-ichiro Sakai2, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Tatsuaki Hashimoto2
1Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS/JAXA), Japan
2008-d-52  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Adaptive Control for a Re-entry Vehicle Using Exact linearization
Akio Abe, Yuzo Shimada, Kenji Uchiyama
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nihon University, Japan
2008-d-53  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Development of Self-Guiding Can-sized Flier for Amateur Rocket Experiment
Hajime Kondo1, Koichiro Kawazoe2, Koju Hiraki3, Masanobu Inoue3
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Graduate Student of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, University of Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
[d-13]  Dynamics and Control of Solar Sail
Session Date : 2008/6/6 9:30 - 10:10
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Shinichi Nakasuka (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Hirohisa Kojima (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
2008-d-56  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Development of Oscillation-Free Attitude Maneuvering System for Spinning Solar Sail
Ryu Funase1, Fuminori Hanaoka2, Osamu Mori1, Yuichi Tsuda1, Junichiro Kawaguchi1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-d-57  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Development of Deployment System for Small Size Solar Sail Mission
Osamu Mori1, Hirotaka Sawada1, Fuminori Hanaoka2, Junichiro Kawaguchi1, Yasuyuki Miyazaki3, Hiraku Sakamoto4
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Department of Aerospace and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nihon University, Japan, 4Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
[d-14]  Orbit Transfer and Control
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room D
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Yamakawa (Kyoto University, Japan) ,
Mina Ogawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-d-58  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Precision Orbit Control of the Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) for SAR Interferometry
Takanori Iwata1, Masanobu Shimada2
1Institude of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-d-59  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Orbit Maneuver Compensation of KAGUYA for its Safe and Accurate Lunar Transfer
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1, Hiroshi Terada2, Masatoshi Matsuoka2, Takafumi Ohnishi3
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems, Co.Ltd., 3Fujitsu, Ltd.
2008-d-60  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Effect of Thermal Radiation Force for Trajectory during Swing-by
Motonori Terauchi, Ieyoung Kim, Toshiya Hanada, Jozef van der Ha
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-d-61  ( 11:20-11:40 )
On Orbit Drift and Control of Spacecrafts around the Equilateral Equilibrium Points in the Earth+Moon System
Lin Liu, Huigen Liu, Xiyun Hou
Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University, China
2008-d-62  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Station-Keepin of Spacecrafts around the Equilateral Equilibrium Points
Xiyun Hou, Huigen Liu, Lin Liu
Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University, China
[e-1]  Fluid Dynamics (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Hideyuki Tanno (JAXA, Japan) ,
Hiromitsu Kawazoe (Tottori University, Japan)
2008-e-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Influence of Cross-wire on Supersonic Jet Flow Characteristics
Lovaraju Pinnam1, Rathakrishnan Ethirajan2
1Mechanical Engineering, K.L. College of Engineering, Acharya Nagarjuna University, India, 2Professor, Aerospace Engineering, IIT Kanpur
2008-e-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Effect of Level of Over Expansion in a Suddenly Expanded Flow for Area Ratio 6.25
Sher Khan1, Ahamed Saleel1, E. Rathakrishnan2
1Mechanical Engg. Dept, P A College of Engg, Mangalore, India, 2Aerospace Engg. Dept., I.I.T., Kanpur, U.P., India
2008-e-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development of an Improved Parallelized Hybrid DSMC-NS Algorithm and Its Applications in Hypersonic Flow Computation
Jong-Shinn Wu1, Y.-Y. Lian2, K.-C. Tseng2, Y.-S. Chen2
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2National Space Organization, Taiwan
2008-e-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Studies on Co-flow Jets Delivered by Orifices
Saumya Jain1, Lovaraju Pinnam2, Rathakrishnan Ethirajan1
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, KL College of Engineering Vijaywada, India
2008-e-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Computational Analysis of Supersonic Free Jet Acoustics for Predicting Rocket Plume Noise
Taku Nonomura1, Kozo Fujii2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
[e-2]  Fluid Dynamics (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Hirotaka Otsu (Shizuoka University, Japan) ,
Kazuhisa Fujita (JAXA, Japan)
2008-e-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Suitability of Rapid Prototyping for High-Speed Nozzles
Rathakrishnan Ethirajan1, Kavuluri Narayana2
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur,, India, 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, KL College of Engineering, Vijayawada, India
2008-e-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Aerodynamic Force Measurement in HIEST
Hideyuki Tanno, Tomoyuki Komuro, Kazuo Sato, Katsuhiro Itoh, Masahiro Takahashi
Space Transportation Propulsion Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-e-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Nonlinear Stability of Evaporation with Marangoni Convection
Ranga Narayanan, Wei-Dong Guo
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, USA
2008-e-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Forced Interactions in Fluid Turbulence
Trevor Moulden
Aerospace, The University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA
2008-e-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
New Measurement Method for aerodynamic Force by a Single Video Camera
Tatsuya Nakanishi, Takashi Matsuno, Hiroshi Iwata, Hiromitsu Kawazoe
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tottori, Japan
[e-3]  Vehicle Aero-thermodynamics (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Yukimitsu Yamamoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Osamu Imamura (The University of Tokyo)
2008-e-11  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Low Ballistic-Coefficient Lifting Entry Vehicle with Hoop-Supported Membrane Structure
Kojiro Suzuki
Department of Advanced Energy, GSFS, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-e-12  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Aerodynamic Characteristics of the Reentry Vehicle System with the Lifting Toroidal Ballute
Hirotaka Otsu
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shizuoka University, Japan
2008-e-13  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Study on Mini Re-Entry System Using Deployable Membrane Aeroshell
Masashi Koyama1, Osamu Imamura1, Kojiro Suzuki1, Kazuhiro Yamada2
1Department of Advanced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-e-14  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Breathing Blunt Nose Concept for Drag Reduction in Supersonic Flow
Ashish Vashishtha, Hemant Sharma, P. Lovaraju, E. Rathakrishnan
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
2008-e-15  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Numerical Analysis on Aerodynamic Characteristics of Delta Wing with Variable Geometry Device in Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows
Masashi Kanamori1, Osamu Imamura2, Kojiro Suzuki2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Advanced Energy, University of Tokyo
2008-e-16  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Water-Impact of Reentry Bodies with Inclined Angles
Koju Hiraki1, Kentaro Tsugawa1, Kazunori Ideno2, Masanobu Inoue1
1Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industry
[e-4]  Vehicle Aero-thermodynamics (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:40 - 17:40
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Kojiro Suzuki (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Koju Hiraki (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2008-e-17  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Numerical and Experimental Characterizations of the SiFRP Ablator for the Combustion Chamber Heat Shields of Liquid Rocket Engines
Kenichi Hirai
Technology Development Department, IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd, Japan
2008-e-18  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Catalysis of Metallic and Ceramic TPS-Materials
Georg Herdrich, Markus Fertig
Space Transportation, IRS, Germany
2008-e-19  ( 16:20-16:40 )
CFD Construction of Aerodynamic Data Base(ADDB) for Lifting Body Flight Experiment(LIFLEX)
Yukimitsu Yamamoto1, Taro Tsukamoto1, Mitsuru Kurita1, Yoshihisa Aoki1, Makoto Kaneda2, Maiko Miyazaki2
1Computational Science Research Group, JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Business Service Inc., Japan
2008-e-20  ( 16:40-17:00 )
The Advanced URANUS Navier-Stokes Code for the Simulation of Nonequilibrium Re-entry Flows
Markus Fertig, Georg Herdrich
Institut fuer Raumfahrtsysteme, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany
2008-e-21  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Numerical Simulation of MHD Flow Control Using Air-Core Magnet under Various Flight Conditions
Tomoyuki Yoshino, Satoshi Kondo, Takayasu Fujino, Motoo Ishikawa
Department of Engineering Mechanics and Energy, University of Tsukuba, Japan
2008-e-22  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Acceleration of Windtunnel-based Shape Optimization Process for Hypersonic Vehicle
Osamu Imamura1, Tatsuya Matsumoto1, Tadaharu Watanuki2, Kojiro Suzuki1
1Department of Advanced Energy, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
[e-5]  Plasma Flows (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Masato Funatsu (Gunma University, Japan) ,
Atsushi Matsuda (Nagoya University, Japan)
2008-e-23  ( 8:30-8:50 )
High-speed Measurement of Vibrational and Rotational Temperatures of Nitrogen Molecules Behind Hypervelocity Shock Wave by CARS Method
Youichi Endo1, Kazuo Maeno2, Masanori Ota3, Keishi Arimura4, Ryo Harada4
1Division of Artificial System Science, Graduate school of Engineering, Chiba University, Japan, 2Division of Artificial System Science, Chiba University, Japan, 3Division of Architecture and Urban Science, Chiba University, Japan, 4Department of Urban Environment Systems, Chiba University, Japan
2008-e-24  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Flow Characteristics of Plasma Wind Tunnel Using Magnetic Nozzle
Yoshiki Takama, Kojiro Suzuki
Department of Advanced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-e-25  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Computational Simulation of Arc Heater Flows for Martian Atmosphere
Takeharu Sakai, Shingo Ichikawa, Yuta Saruhashi
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-e-26  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Radiation Measurements of an Expansion Flow Region in a Low-pressure Air Micro-Plasmajets
Kiichi Gotoh1, Masato Funatsu1, Hiroyuki Shirai2, Kiyoshi Kubota3, Fumio Takakusagi4
1Mechanical System Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University, Japan, 2Gunma University, Japan, 3Gunma Prefectural Maebashi Technical High School, Japan, 4School of Engineering, Gunma University, Japan
2008-e-27  ( 9:50-10:10 )
State-Resolved Vibrational Relaxation and Dissociation Kinetics of N2
Kazuhisa Fujita
Institute of Aeropace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[e-6]  Plasma Flows (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Kazuo Maeno (Chiba University, Japan) ,
Takeharu Sakai (Nagoya University, Japan)
2008-e-28  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Nonequilibrium Vibrational Population Distribution in Microwave-discharged Nitrogen Plasma at a Low Pressure
Kenji Shibusawa1, Masato Funatsu2, Hiroyuki Shirai3, Fumio Takakusagi2
1Ibaraki National College of Technology, Japan, 2School of Engineering, Gunma University, Japan, 3Gunma University, Japan
2008-e-29  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Single bubble behavior induced by Nd:YAG laser focusing near solid wall in liquid nitrogen
Yoshihiro Yamamoto1, Sho Nakajima1, Soju Watanabe2, Takumi Sirato3, Masanori Ota4, Kazuo Maeno4
1Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, Japan, 2KOMORI Corporation, Tokyo Japan, 3MAYEKAWA MFG. CO., LTD, Tokyo Japan, 4Faculty of Engineering, Chiba University, Japan
2008-e-30  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Comparison of Enthalpy Measurements by Probe and Laser Diagnostics in Arc-heater Flows
Satoshi Nomura1, Alseny Diallo1, Makoto Matsui2, Hiroki Takayanagi2, Georg Herdrich3, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yoshihiro Arakawa2
1Department of Advanced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Stuttgart University, Germany
2008-e-31  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Investigation of plasma behavior induced by repetitive laser pulses
Atsushi Matsuda, Yohei Sekiya, Rizal Rosli, Takeharu Sakai, Akihiro Sasoh
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-e-32  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Operation Characteristics of Laser Driven Plasma Wind Tunnel
Makoto Matsui1, Koji Shinmi1, Tatsuya Ueno1, Kimiya Komurasaki2, Yoshihiro Arakawa1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Advanced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan
[f-1]  Ground System
Session Date : 2008/6/5 14:40 - 16:00
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Takahide Mizuno (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shingo Ikegami (NEC Corporation, Japan)
2008-f-01  ( 14:40-15:00 )
ISACS-DOC: Monitoring and Diagnostic System for AKARI and HINODE
Mitsue Mizutani1, Ryoji Takaki2, Hideyuki Honda2, Toshinori Hirose1
1Solutions and Services Div., Science Solutions Unit, Fujitsu Limited, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science(ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA), Japan
2008-f-02  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Adaptive Limit Checking for Spacecraft Telemetry Data Using Kernel Principal Components Analysis
Minoru Inui1, Yoshinobu Kawahara1, Kohei Goto1, Takehisa Yairi2, Kazuo Machida2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Research Centre for Advanced Science and Technology, Japan
2008-f-03  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Design of Quasi-Zenith Satellite Navigation System and ground segment
Hiroyuki Miyamoto, Motohisa Kishimoto, Hidemi Hase, Mikio Sawabe, Koji Terada
QZSS Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-f-04  ( 15:40-16:00 )
The Data Processing System of MAXI from Onboard to Ground
Masaki Ishikawa
ISS Science Project Office, Institiute of Space and Aeronautical Science, Japan
[f-2]  Advanced System
Session Date : 2008/6/5 16:10 - 17:30
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Koji Tanaka (JAXA, Japan) ,
Seisuke Fukuda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-f-05  ( 16:10-16:30 )
The Study of a Super Low Altitude Satellite
Atsushi Noda1, Shunsuke Imamura1, Akira Ogawa1, Masayoshi Utashima1, Masanori Homma2
1Systems Engineering Office, JAXA, Japan, 2Office of Space Applications, JAXA, Japan
2008-f-06  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Remote Synchronization System for Onboard Crystal Oscillator (RESSOX) Experiments Using L1CA/L1C/L2/L5 Generator
Masato Fukui1, Akira Iwasaki1, Toshiaki Iwata2, Takashi Matsuzawa2, Yuji Hashibe3
1Department of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 3Space Engineering Development Co. Ltd., Japan
2008-f-07  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Influence of Control Time Delay on the Dynamics of Satellite Capture
Hiroki Nakanishi, Masaaki Kodama, Kazuya Yoshida
Department Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-f-08  ( 17:10-17:30 )
A Demonstration Flight of a Fuel Cell System for Super-Pressure Balloons
Masatoshi Uno1, Takanobu Shimada1, Keita Ogawa2, Daisuke Noguchi3, Yusuke Ariyama3, Naoya Fukuzawa3, Hitoshi Naito4, Yoshitsugu Sone1, Yoshitaka Saito1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan, 2Research and Development Department, Advanced Engineering Services, Japan, 3Faculty of Engineering, University of Hosei, Japan, 4Institute of Space Technology and Aeronautics, JAXA, Japan
[f-3]  Space Station (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 9:00 - 10:20
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Takaji Kato (JAXA, Japan) ,
Ranga Narayanan (University of Florida, USA)
2008-f-09  ( 9:00-9:20 )
Overview of JEM Ground System for JEM Launch Operation
Masahiro Hisa, Kanji Kobayashi, Takeshi Ikeda
JEM Operations Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-f-10  ( 9:20-9:40 )
Japanese Exporiment Module (JEM) Flight 2J/A Assembly Scenario
Keiko Suzuki, Toru Yoshihara, Katsuyoshi Arai, Kichiro Imagawa
JEM Development Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-f-11  ( 9:40-10:00 )
Overview and the Development Status of HTV Operations System
Hiroe Kobayashi, Kazunori Suzuki, Eiko Yamamoto, Kesatoshi Kuraoka
JEM Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-f-12  ( 10:00-10:20 )
HTV Exposed Pallet (EP) - Exclusive means of ISS external cargo transportation after Space Shuttle retirement -
Takafumi Matsuda, Tsutomu Fukatsu, Hiroshi Yamamoto
HTV Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[f-4]  Space Station (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:30 - 11:50
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Kotaro Kiritani (JAXA, Japan) ,
Tomoaki Toda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-f-13  ( 10:30-10:50 )
Introduction of JEM Experimental Payload, Biological Experiment Unit
Noboru Ando1, Mutsumu Nagase1, Sachiko Yano2
1R & D Solution Unit, Chiyoda Advanced Solutions Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-f-14  ( 10:50-11:10 )
Introduction of JEM Experimental Payload, Image Processing Unit(IPU)
Hidetoshi Nakagami1, Seiji Ennyu1, Tai Nakamura2, Keiji Murakami2
1R & D Solution Unit, Chiyoda Advanced Solutions Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-f-15  ( 11:10-11:30 )
Proximity Communication System (PROX) - Role as a lighthouse on ISS -
Kota Tanabe, Yusuke Suzuki, Motoyuki Harada
HTV Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-f-16  ( 11:30-11:50 )
A Novel Method for Enhanced Heat Removal from Closed Space Habitats Using Fluid Mechanics
Ranga Narayanan, Jonathan Volk
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, USA
[f-5]  Small Satellite (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Nobutada Sako (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Alex da Silva Curiel (Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK)
2008-f-17  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Flexible Standard Bus for ISAS/JAXA Small Scientific Satellite Series
Seisuke Fukuda1, Shujiro Sawai1, Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Hirobumi Saito1, Takao Nakagawa1, Takayuki Tohma2, Junko Takahashi3, Kenji Kitade2
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Corporation, Japan, 3NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd, Japan
2008-f-18  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology SATellite (FASTSAT) and the Small Satellite Market Development Environment
Mark Boudreaux, Edward Montgomery, Joseph Casas
NASA, MSFC, USA
2008-f-19  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Panel configuration of the Panel ExTension SATellite (PETSAT) demonstrator spacecraft
Steve Greenland1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Chisato Kobayashi2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Intelligent Space Systems Laboratory, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Astro-Technology SOHLA, Osaka, Japan
2008-f-20  ( 14:30-14:50 )
QSAT: A Low-Cost Design for 50kg Class Piggyback Satellite
Yoshihiro Tsuruda, Toshiya Hanada, Jozef van der Ha
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-f-21  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Small Infrared Astrometry Satellite Nano-JASMINE Bus System
Nobutada Sako, Yoichi Hatsutori, Takaya Inamori, Shinichi Nakasuka
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-f-22  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Flight Model Development of Tokyo Tech Nano-Satellite Cute-1.7+APD II
Hiroki Ashida, Junichi Nishida, Kuniyuki Omagari, Ken Fujiwara, Yasumi Konda, Tomio Yamanaka, Yohei Tanaka, Masaki Maeno, Kota Fujihashi, Shinchi Inagawa, Yoshiyuki Miura, Saburo Matunaga
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
[f-6]  Small Satellite (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 15:40 - 17:40
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Shujiro Sawai (JAXA, Japan) ,
Joseph Casas (NASA, MSFC, USA)
2008-f-23  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Simple and Small De-orbiting Package for Nano-Satellites Using an Inflatable Balloon
Shinichi Nakasuka1, Kei Senda2, Akihito Watanabe3, Taku Yajima4, Hironori Sahara1
1Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Division of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Kanazawa University, Japan, 3Sakase Adtech, Co., Ltd., 4IHI Aerospace Engineering, Co., Ltd.
2008-f-24  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Attitude Estimation of Small Satellite HIT-SAT by Fluctuation in Receiving Electric Field Power
Tatsuhiro Sato1, Kyohei Takenami2, Shinya Nishizato2, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi2, Shin Satori2, Satoshi Kase2
1Department of Electronics, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Department of Electronics,Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-f-25  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Development of Fudai Sun Sensor (FSS) - Development of a Space Component by Students
Takatoshi Obata1, Hideaki Itoh1, Yukitaka Kakimi2, Hiroshi Okubo1
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Advanced Engineering Services
2008-f-26  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Scalable Mission Data Handling System Applied to ISAS/JAXA Small Scientific Satellite
Seisuke Fukuda1, Yasumasa Kasaba2, Tadayuki Takahashi1, Masaharu Nomachi3, Takeshi Takashima1, Motohide Kokubun1, Masanobu Ozaki1, Keiichi Matsuzaki1, Takahiro Yamada1
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3Osaka University, Japan
2008-f-27  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Efficient Data Handling System Architecture for Small Satellite
Takahiro Kato1, Akira Sakurai2, Jozef van der Ha1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan, 2Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space
2008-f-28  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Development of a Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Environment on a MDVE for FPGA-based On-board Computing Systems
Toshinori Kuwahara1, Albert Falke1, Claas Ziemke1, Jens Eickhoff2, Hans-Peter Roeser1, Yasir Muhammad1
1Institute of Space Systems, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany, 2EADS Astrium GmbH, Germany
[g-1]  Advance Solid Rocket
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Hiroto Habu (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shinji Ishimoto (JAXA, Japan)
2008-g-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
The Advanced Solid Rocket for Various Small-sat Missions
Atsushi Mayumi1, Hirohito Ohtsuka1, Kazuhiro Yagi1, Yasuhiro Morita2, Hiroto Habu2
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd.,, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-g-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Research on an Advanced Solid Rocket Launcher in Japan
Yasuhiro Morita1, Takayuki Imoto2, Hirohito Ohtsuka3
1Space Transportation Engineering, JAXA, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace, Japan
2008-g-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
The Avionics System Design Concept for the Advanced Solid Rocket
Makoto Kawase, Makoto Tamura, Koji Sunami, Tatsushi Izumi, Yasuhiro Morita
Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA, Japan
2008-g-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
A Compact and Innovative Launch Operation Concept of the Advanced Solid Rocket
Kazuyuki Miho
Advanced Solid Rocket Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-g-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Numerical Analysis of Acoustic Environment for Designing Launch-pad of Advanced Solid Rocket
Seiji Tsutsumi1, Kota Fukuda1, Ryoji Takaki1, Eiji Shima1, Kozo Fujii1, Kyoichi Ui2
1JEDI Center, JAXA, Japan, 2Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA, Japan
[g-2]  Space Tourism and ELV
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Kawato (MHI, Japan) ,
Sylvain Guedron (CNES Launcher Directorate Evry, France)
2008-g-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
The Suborbital Space Tourism Project of EADS Astrium
Christophe Chavagnac1, Hughes Laporte-Weywada2
1Business Division Launchers, EADS Astrium, France, 2Headquarters, EADS Astrium, France
2008-g-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
The XP Spaceplane: Advances in the Design and Development of a Fully Reusable Suborbital RLV
Charles Lauer, David Faulkner
Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA
2008-g-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Conceptual study of space environmental experiment platform using H-IIA 2nd stage
Gen Mano, Ko Ogasawara, Osamu Kitayama, Toshimasa Ochiai
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI), Japan
2008-g-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
The Vision for Next Flagship Launch Vehicle of Japan
Yasuhiro Saito, Ryoma Yamashiro, Shinya Ohkubo
Office of Space Flight and Operations, JAXA, Japan
2008-g-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
R&D Goals and Key Design Features of Japanese Next Primary Launch System
Koji Shimura1, Masanori Tsuboi1, Osamu Kitayama1, Ko Ogasawara1, Yasuhiro Saitoh2, Shinya Ohkubo2
1MHI, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
[g-3]  Human Space Transportation
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 14:30
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Toshiki Morito (JAXA, Japan) ,
Charles Lauer (Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA)
2008-g-11  ( 13:30-13:50 )
U.S. Human Space Transportation Failures
Edmardo Tomei1, I-Shih Chang2
1Space Launch Operation, The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2Vehicle Systems Division, The Aerospace Corporation, USA
2008-g-12  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Non-U.S. Human Space Transportation Failures
I-Shih Chang1, Edmardo Tomei2
1Vehicle Systems Division, The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2Space Launch Operation, The Aerospace Corporation, USA
2008-g-14  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Preliminary Study for Manned Spacecraft with Escape System and H-IIB Rocket
Takane Imada1, Michio Ito2, Shinichi Takata1
1HTV Project Team, JAXA, Japan, 2Systems Engineering Office, Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Group
[g-4]  ISS Service and Reentry
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:00 - 16:20
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Atsushi Murakami (IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd, Japan) ,
Takane Imada (JAXA, Japan)
2008-g-15  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Specific Features of Mission Control in Case of Several Transport Vehicles Attached to the ISS
Tatiana Matveeva
Department of Transport Vehicles Mission Planning, Korolev Rocket Space Corporation Energia, Russia
2008-g-16  ( 15:20-15:40 )
HTV On-orbit Flight Demonstration
Koji Yamanaka, Dai Asoh, Kotaro Kiritani
HTV Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-g-17  ( 15:40-16:00 )
HTV Cargo Delivery Service and Role for ISS Activity
Hideaki Uchikawa, Hiroshi Sasaki, Hideo Bito, Tadahiko Sano
HTV Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-g-18  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Study on Low-ballistic-coefficient Atmospheric-entry Technology using Flexible Aeroshell
Kazuhiko Yamada1, Daisuke Akita1, Takashi Abe2, Kojiro Suzuki3, Osamu Imamura3, Masashi Koyama3, Yusuke Kimura4, Koichi Hayashi4
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Scientific Balloon Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,Japan, 3Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 4Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
[g-5]  RLV and Design Optimization
Session Date : 2008/6/3 16:30 - 17:50
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Takeshi Tsuchiya (The University of Tokyo, Japan) ,
Kenji Fujii (JAXA, Japan)
2008-g-20  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Turnover Maneuver of Vertical Landing Rocket Vehicle
Satoshi Nonaka1, Yoko Imamura2, Suguru Shimotashiro3, Yoshifumi Inatani1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2008-g-21  ( 16:50-17:10 )
A Design Study of a Next Generation Launch System
Shinji Ishimoto1, Kenji Fujii2, Koji Shimura3
1Space Transportation System Research and Development Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), Japan
2008-g-22  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Concept Study of Future Space Transportation Systems with SEAT
Hirokazu Suzuki
Space Transportation System R&D Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-g-23  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Multidisciplinary Optimization of Space Vehicle Composition and Interplanetary Trajectory
Tomokazu Konno, Takeshi Tsuchiya
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
[g-6]  Flight Experiment and Demonstration
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:50 - 10:10
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Shinji Ishimoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Toshiki Morito (JAXA, Japan)
2008-g-25  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Development Project of Winged Experimental Rocket Led by University Consortium
Masashi Wakita1, Koichi Yonemoto2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-g-26  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development of Supersonic Vehicle for Demonstration of a Precooled Turbojet Engine
Shujiro Sawai1, Kazuhisa Fujita1, Hiroaki Kobayashi1, Shin'ichiro Sakai1, Nobutaka Bando1, Shouhei Kadooka2, Nobuyuki Tsuboi1, Koji Miyaji3, Taku Uchiyama3, Tatsuaki Hashimoto1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Yokohama National University
2008-g-27  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Concept Study of Flight Experiment to Realize Next Generation Launch System
Kenji Fujii1, Shinji Ishimoto1, Hiroshi Kawato2
1Office of Space Flight and Operations, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD., Japan
2008-g-28  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Launchers Technological Demonstrator Status
Sylvain Guedron, Philippe Supie, Laura Appolloni, Paolo Baiocco, Yves Prel
CNES Launcher Directorate Evry, France
[h-1]  Facilities in JEM Pressurized Module
Session Date : 2008/6/3 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Valentina Shevtsova (ULB, Belgium) ,
Satoko Uchida (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Application of System Identification Technique to the Space Experiment
Tai Nakamura
Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-h-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Control & Data Handling of the Fluid Science Laboratory on the ISS Columbus module
Giorgio Trinchero
Operations, Thales Alenia Space, Italy
2008-h-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Preparation of Space Experiment in the FPEF Facility: Heat Transfer at the Interface in the Systems with Cylindrical Symmetry
Valentina Shevtsova1, Hendrik Kuhlmann2, Alex Nepomnyashchy3, Satoshi Matsumoto4, Koichi Nishino5, Shinichi Yoda4
1MRC, Dept. Chemical Physics, ULB, Belgium, 2Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, Austria, 3Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 5Dept. of Mech. Engng. Yokohama National University, Japan
2008-h-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Multipurpose Utilization Rack for KIBO/ISS
Keiji Murakami, Toshikazu Kobayashi, Shuji Araki, Masato Koyama
Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan
2008-h-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Aquatic Habitat (AQH) Biological Test Status for Medaka Breeding
Satoko Uchida1, Yasushi Kono2, Mitsuyo Masukawa1, Sayaka Umemura1, Toru Sakimura1, Keiji Murakami1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Advanced Products & Space Systems Department, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD., Japan
[h-2]  Researches in JEM Exposed Facilities
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:20 - 12:20
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Ryota Sato (JAXA, Japan) ,
Daiki Takahashi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
All Sky Survey for MeV Gamma Ray Astronomy using Electron Tracking Compton Camera
Toru Tanimori, Hidetoshi Kubo, Kentaro Miuchi, Shigeto Kabuki, Atsushi Takada, Yoko Okada, Hironobu Nishimura, Kaori Hattori, Kazuki Ueno
Department of Physics, Kyoto University, Japan
2008-h-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Dark Matter Search by High-Energy Electron Observations
Kenji Yoshida1, Shoji Torii2, Katsuaki Kasahara2, Yuki Shimizu2, Tadahisa Tamura3
1Department of Electronic Information Systems, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3Kanagawa University, Japan
2008-h-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image (MAXI) Mission on the International Space Station
Daiki Takahashi
Space Environment Utilization Center Human Space Systems and Uitilization Program Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-h-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Observation Program of Ultra Heavy Nuclei in Galactic Cosmic Rays
Satoshi Kodaira
Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan
2008-h-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Submillimeter Limb-emission Sounder JEM/SMILES Aboard the Space Station
Ryota Sato1, Satoshi Ochiai2
1Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan, 2NICT
2008-h-11  ( 12:00-12:20 )
CALET Mission for the Observation of Cosmic Rays on the International Space Station
Tadahisa Tamura
Department of Engineering, Kanagawa University, Japan
[h-3]  ISS Utilization (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Olivier Minster (ESA-ESTEC, Netherlands) ,
Shinichi Yoda (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-12  ( 13:30-13:50 )
The ESA Programme in Physical Science: Research Including Applications in Space and on the Ground
Olivier Minster, L. Cacciapuoti, D. Jarvis, N. Lavery, S. Mazzoni, K. Norfolk, A. Orr, A. Pacros, S. Vincent-Bonnieu, D. Voss, M. Heppener
Science and Applications Division, Directorate of Human Spaceflight, ESA-ESTEC
2008-h-13  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Flight Operations of the European Module "Columbus" on the ISS
Juan Canales-Romero
German Space Operations Center (GSOC), German Aerospace Center - DLR, Germany
2008-h-14  ( 14:10-14:30 )
JEM Utilization Planning in the Increment 17 and 18
Nobuyoshi FUJIMOTO1, Higuchi Yoshimasa2
1Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan, 2JAMSS
2008-h-15  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Preparation Status of Payload Operations for the First Experiment in JEM
Takao Wakatsuki, Nishikawa Waka, Kobayashi Ryoji
Space Environment Utilization Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[h-4]  ISS Utilization (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:00 - 16:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Shuji Araki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Takehiko Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-16  ( 15:00-15:20 )
JEM Utilization Plan beyond 2010
Shuji Araki, Keiji Murakami, Tatsuo Matsueda, Masato Koyama, Tetsuo Tanaka
Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan
2008-h-17  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Problems and Prospects of Orbital Stations Utilization
Mikhail Beliaev
Division of the ISS Utilization, Korolev Rocket Space Corporation Energia, Russia
2008-h-19  ( 15:40-16:00 )
JEMRMS On-orbit Task scenario and Operation Plan
Hiroshi Ueno, Shinobu Doi, Hitoshi Morimoto, Yasufumi Wakabayashi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
[h-5]  Microgravity Experiment Systems
Session Date : 2008/6/3 16:30 - 18:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Shinichi Yoda (JAXA, Japan) ,
Takehiko Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-20  ( 16:30-16:50 )
The XP Spaceplane: A Multi-role Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicle for Space Testing and Microgravity Science Applications
Charles Lauer, David Faulkner
Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA
2008-h-21  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Design of Brake Control System on Sounding Rocket Experiment
Toru Suzuki
Department of System Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-h-22  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Progress of Balloon-based Micro-gravity Experiment System
Tatsuaki Hashimoto1, Shujiro Sawai1, Shin'ichiro Sakai1, Nobutaka Bando1, Hiroaki Kobayashi2, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Yuko Inatomi1, Takehiko Ishikawa1, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu1, Yoshitaka Saito1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-h-23  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Microgravity Experiment System using Free-fall Capsule from a High Altitude Balloon (Result of the 2nd test flight)
Takehiko Ishikawa, Tatsuaki Hashimoto, Shujiro Sawai, Yoshitaka Saito, Yuko Inatomi, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu, Shinichiro Sakai, Hiroaki Kobayashi, Kazuhisa Fujita, Nobutaka Bando
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-h-24  ( 17:50-18:10 )
Micro- and Nanotechnology for Space Development: Current involvements and promising possibilities
Marco Chacin, Andreas Kroier, Andreas Kruselburger, Naomi Kurahara
International Space University, France
[h-6]  Fluid Science (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:50 - 10:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Satoshi Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Ranga Narayanan (University of Florida, USA)
2008-h-25  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Microgravity Experiment on Transition to Oscillatory Thermocapillary Flow in Liquid Bridge of High Prandtl Number Fluid onboard the ISS
Satoshi Matsumoto1, Yasuhiro Kamotani2, Koichi Nishino3, Hiroshi Kawamura4, Masahiro Kawaji5, Mitsuo Ohnishi6, Nobuyuki Imaishi7, Atsuki Komiya8, Shinichi Yoda1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, USA, 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yokohama National University, Japan, 4Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Japan,, 5Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Canada, 6IHI AeroSpace Co., Ltd., Japan, 7Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan, 8Institute of Fluid Science,Tohoku University, Japan
2008-h-26  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Effect of Interfacial Heat Transfer on the Onset of Oscillatory Thermocapillary Flow in Liquid Bridge
Kai Li, Bo Xun, Wen-Rui Hu
National Microgravity Laboratory, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2008-h-27  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Proposal of Experiments for the Clarification of Heat Transfer Mechanisms in Microgravity Nucleate Boiling
Yoshino Sakata, Shota Akagi, Sayuri Yoshioka, Yasuhisa Shinmoto, Haruhiko Ohta
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-h-28  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Environmental Fluid Dynamics in Space Capsule
Zhaohua Yin, Tao Wang, Wenrui Hu
National Microgravity Laboratory, Institute of Mechanics,Chinese Academy of Science, China
[h-7]  Fluid Science (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Osamu Kawanami (University of Hyogo, Japan) ,
Koichi Suzuki (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
2008-h-29  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Development of Non-combustible Rocket Engine by Using Explosive Boiling of Liquid Nitrogen
Osamu Kawanami, Tomoya Suzuki, Itsuro Honda, Yousuke Kawashima
Department of Mechanical and System Engineering, University of Hyogo, Japan
2008-h-30  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Boiling Heat Transfer Experiments by using Transparent Heated Microtube
Shih-Che Huang1, Osamu Kawanami1, Kazunari Kawakami1, Itsuro Honda1, Yousuke Kawashima1, Haruhiko Ohta2
1Department of Mechanical and System Engineering, University of Hyogo, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University
2008-h-31  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Boiling Heat Transfer in a Narrow Channel with Thermal Spray Coating
Hitoshi Asano, Kosuke Aoki, Masashi Inoue, Katsumi Sugimoto, Nobuyuki Takenaka
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kobe University, Japan
2008-h-32  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Heat Transfer Enhancement in Subcooled Boiling with Ultrasonic Field
Koichi Suzuki1, Fumio Inagaki2, Ichiro Ueno1
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2School of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science
2008-h-33  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Development of High-performance Space Thermal Management System using Nucleate Boiling of Alcohol Aqueous Solutions
Yuhki Tsukinari, Takashi Sakai, Yasunori Ito, Yasuhisa Shinmoto, Haruhiko Ohta
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
[h-8]  Combustion (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 14:50
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Osamu Moriue (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
Osamu Fujita (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2008-h-34  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Flame-Spread Experiments of Two-dimensional Droplet-Cloud Elements with Uneven Droplet Spacing in Microgravity
Tomoaki FUJIYAMA, Kazuki YAGI, Masato MIKAMI, Naoya KOJIMA
Department of Graduate School of Science and Engineering, University of Yamaguchi, Japan
2008-h-35  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Effect of Sample Width on Flame Spread Rate over a Thin Material in Microgravity
Shuhei Takahashi1, Yasunori Seki1, Tadayoshi Ihara1, Kazunori Wakai1, Subrata Bhattacharjee2
1Department of Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Gifu University, Japan, 2Department of Engineering, San Diego State University, USA
2008-h-36  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Enhancement of Droplet Combustion under Uniform Electrical Fields
Kiyotaka Yamashita1, Osamu Imamura2, Jun Osaka3, Shinji Nakaya4, Mitsuhiro Tsue1, Michikata Kono1
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Advanced Energy, University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nagoya University, Japan, 4Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2008-h-37  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Effects of Droplet Spacing on Evaporation of a Cluster of 13 Fuel Droplets
Daisuke Segawa1, Go Agata1, Dai Hara1, Hiroyuki Sugihara1, Shinji Nakaya1, Toshikazu Kadota2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2niad-ue, Japan
[h-9]  Combustion (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:00 - 16:20
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Shuhei Takahashi (Gifu University, Japan) ,
Daisuke Segawa (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2008-h-38  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Cool-Flame Behaviors of an n-Decane/Ethanol Binary-Fuel Droplet in Microgravity
Osamu Moriue, Daijiro Eto, Kei Shimada, Hiroya Sahara, Eiichi Murase
Department of Mechanical Engineering Science, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-h-39  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Development of Apparatus for Microgravity Experiments on Evaporation and Combustion of Palm Methyl Ester Droplet in High-Pressure environments
Masato Suzuki1, Hiroshi Nomura1, Nozomu Hashimoto2
1Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University, Japan, 2Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan
2008-h-40  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Numerical Analysis on Premixed Flame Propagation in Acoustic Field
Takuma Yano, Takuo Kuwahara, Mitsuaki Tanabe
Department of Aerospace Engineering, College of Science and Technology, Nihon University, Japan
2008-h-41  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Ignition Phenomena of Electric Wire in Microgravity and Expectations to the Future Space Experiment
Osamu Fujita, Kei Agata, Yutaka Ichimura, Hiroyuki Ito, Yuji Nakamura
Division of Mechanical and Space Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan
[h-10]  Crystal Growth
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:30 - 18:10
Room : Room C
Chairpersons : Yoshimasa Ohki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Masahiro Takayanagi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-h-42  ( 16:30-16:50 )
JAXA-GCF Project -- The Past, Present and Future
Satoshi Sano1, Masaru Sato1, Hiroaki Tanaka2, Koji Inaka3, Shinichi Shinozaki4, Sachiko Takahashi2, Mari Yamanaka2, Erika Hirota2, Yan Bin2, Tomoyuki Kobayashi1, Tetsuo Tanaka1
1Space Environment Utilization Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Confocal Science Inc., Japan, 3Maruwa Foods and Biosciences Inc., Japan, 4Japan Space Forum, Japan
2008-h-43  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Space Experiment on 3-dimensional Photonic Crystal Growth and Its Apparatus
Yoshimasa Ohki1, Jyunpei Yamanaka2, Yuki Watanabe3, Yoichi Ohba4, Toshitami Ikeda1, Hiroshi Yamada5, Yoshihiro Takiguti6, Akira Itoh1, Kensaku Itoh7
1Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya City Univ., 3AES, 4Interface Lab., 5Fuji Chemical,Co., 6Hamamatsu Photonics, 7Toyama Univ.
2008-h-44  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Convection Sedimentation and Self Assembling of Colloidal Particles at Liquid-Air Interface
Yuren Wang, Can Yao, Ding Lan
National Microgravity Laboratory, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2008-h-45  ( 17:30-17:50 )
SCOF (Solution Crystal Growth Observation Facility)- an ISS research facility with versatile diagnostics -
Makoto Natsuisaka
ISAS, ISS Science Project Office, JAXA, Japan
2008-h-46  ( 17:50-18:10 )
In-Situ Material Processing and Power Generation on Moon
Masahiro Takayanagi1, Kazuo Yamamoto1, Satoshi Adachi1, Satoshi Matsumoto1, Yasuhiro Fukunaka2, Ikuo Ioka3, Shiro Jitsukawa3, Reishi Kojima4, Makoto Natsuisaka1, Shin'ichi Yoda1
1ISS Science Project Office, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA), Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 4Mitsubishi Materials Co., Japan
[h-11]  Life Science/Human Exploration
Session Date : 2008/6/5 8:30 - 9:50
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Kyoichiro Toki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan) ,
Toshimasa Ochiai (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,ltd, Japan)
2008-h-47  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Instrument for Measuring the Body Mass of Astronaut
Yusaku Fujii1, Kazuhito Shimada2, Masayuki Yokota1, Seiji Hashimoto1
1Department of Electronic Engineering, Gunma Univeristy, Japan, 2Medical Operations, JAXA
2008-h-48  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Development of Recoverable Satellite as Compact Spacelab for Advanced Lifescience and Medicine
Toshimasa Ochiai, hirochika murase, atsuko homma, hiroshi kawato, koji shimura, hiroaki matsumoto
Space Systems Designing Section, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,ltd, Japan
2008-h-49  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Study on Difficulty Peculiar to the Coolant for Manned Space Systems
Ichirou Aoki, Hiroyasu Mizuno, Yasuyoshi Hayakawa, Koki Oikawa, Kichiro Imagawa
Human Space Systems and Utilization Mission Directorate, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-h-50  ( 9:30-9:50 )
A Simulation of Space Plantation as a Semi-Closed Ecological System
Kyoichiro Toki, Tadashi Yokoyama, Ayumi Sato, Takehiro Sasamoto
Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
[j-1]  Inter-satellite and Laser Communications
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:50 - 10:10
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Morio Toyoshima (NICT, Japan) ,
TBD
2008-j-01  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Breadboard model of Laser Communication System for Hokkaido Satellite "TAIKI"
Yoshihide Aoyanagi1, Toshiki Kato1, Shin Satori1, Toshihiko Yasunaka2, Tsutomu Uematsu2
1Depertment of Applied Electronics, Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Uematsu Electric Co., Ltd, Japan
2008-j-02  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Comparison of Free-space and Fiber-based Transmission Systems in Quantum Cryptography
Morio Toyoshima1, Yoshihisa Takayama1, Hiroo Kunimori1, Masahiro Takeoka2, Mikio Fujiwara2, Masahide Sasaki2
1New Generation Wireless Communications Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan, 2New Generation Network Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan
2008-j-03  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Inter-Satellite Link System Demonstration for Formation Flight SCOPE Mission
Tomoaki Toda1, Sachiko Houzawa2, Yoshifumi Saito1, Yu-ichi Tsuda1, Hajime Ishimaru3, Hideho Tomita3
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Office of Space Application,Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 3HIM Technology
2008-j-04  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Inter-orbit Communication System in Japanese Experiment Module - Initial Operation Scenario -
Tatsuya Ijiri, Daisaku Ozawa, Katsuyoshi Arai, Kichiro Imagawa
JEM Development Project Team, JAXA, Japan
[j-2]  Mobile Satellite and Advanced Systems
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:20 - 12:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Hiroki Kohata (JAXA, Japan) ,
TBD
2008-j-05  ( 10:20-10:40 )
S-band Multi-mode Integrated Transponder
Masanobu Yajima, Masashi Shirakura, Johta Awano, Takashi Okamoto, Noboru Takata
Institute of Space Technology and Aeronautics, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-j-06  ( 10:40-11:00 )
FROM THE FIRST GALILEO NAVIGATION SATELLITE TO SMALL COMSATS
Alex da Silva Curiel, Philip Davies, Martin Unwin, Doug Liddle, Martin Sweeting
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK
2008-j-07  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Key Features of Quasi Zenith Satellite Bus System
Erika Myojin, Akihiro Matsumoto, Noriyasu Inaba, Koji Terada
Department of Space Applications, QZSS Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-j-08  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Mobile Satellite Systems - A Roadmap to Advanced Services and Capabilities
Stephen Sichi
Space and Intelligence Systems, The Boeing Company, USA
2008-j-09  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Global Monitoring System of Migratory Bird Using RFID and Data Collection Satellte
Toshihiko Kitano, Yasumisu Tomioka, Isao Nakajima
Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan
[j-3]  ETS-VIII and Mobile Satellite Systems
Session Date : 2008/6/6 13:30 - 15:10
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Kimio Kondo (NIME, Japan) ,
TBD
2008-j-10  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Development and In-orbit Performance of Large Deployable Antenna Reflector Onboard Engineering Satellite VIII
Akira Meguro1, Kyoji Shintate2, Motofumi Usui3, Akio Tsujihata4
1Space Application Program Systems Engineering Office, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2QZSS project, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agnecy, Japan, 3Space Application Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agnecy, Japan, 4ETS-VIII project, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agnecy, Japan
2008-j-11  ( 13:50-14:10 )
In-orbit Electrical Performance of Large Deployable Reflector and Communications Experiments on ETS-VIII
Hiroki Kohata1, Motofumi Usui1, Kei Sunagawa1, Yasuhiko Yamasa2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NEC Toshiba Space System
2008-j-12  ( 14:10-14:30 )
A study on the Quadrant Detector to Pursuit a Noise-level Beacon on Ku-band from an Ambulance
Isao NAKAJIMA, Hiroshi JUZOJI, Toshihiko KITANO, Yasumitsu TOMIOKA
Nakajima Lab. School of Medicine, Tokai University, Japan
2008-j-13  ( 14:30-14:50 )
A Study on Network Topology Based on Metaheuristic Methods
Isao NAKAJIMA, Hiroshi JUZOJI, Toshihiko KITANO, Yasumitsu TOMIOKA
Nakajima Lab. Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan
2008-j-14  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Limitation on Improvement of Satellite Visibility by Space Diversity of Two Geostationary Satellites in Urban Areas of Japan
Toshihiko Kitano, Hiroshi Juzoji, Isao Nakajima
Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan
[j-4]  WINDS and Broadcasting
Session Date : 2008/6/6 15:20 - 17:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Isao Nakajima (Tokai University, Japan) ,
TBD
2008-j-15  ( 15:20-15:40 )
S-Band Satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting for Marine Users as a Ubiquitous Media
Yoshitake Yamaguchi1, Sei-Ichi Saitoh2, Fumihiro Takahashi2
1Department of Engineering, Mobile Broadcasting Corporation, Japan, 2SpaceFish LLP, Japan
2008-j-16  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Development of The Wideband InterNetworking engineering test and Demonstration Satellite (WINDS)
Tetsuo Sato1, Yasuo Nakamura1, Tsunehiko Araki1, Tsuyoshi Maeda1, Isao Baba2, Tsuyoshi Toriumi2
1WINDS project team, JAXA, Japan, 2NEC, Japan
2008-j-17  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Study of WiMAX Site Diversity for WINDS Experiment in Indonesia
Rizki Sawitri, Baso Maruddani, U. Sastrokusumo
Telecommunication Engineering, Bandung Institute of Tech (ITB), Indonesia
2008-j-18  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Evaluation of Corporation Broadband Internet Performance using WINDS Satellite in Indonesia
Gusti Ayu Meliati, J. Suryana, U. Sastrokusumo
Telecommunication Engineering, Institute Technology of Bandung (ITB), Indonesia, Indonesia
2008-j-19  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Study of Winds Parameter Evaluation for Broadband Vsat in Indonesia
Prita Kandella, J. Suryana, U. Sastrokusumo
Telecommunication Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Indonesia, Indonesia
[k-1]  Small Solar System Bodies Exploration (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 14:00 - 16:00
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Hajime Yano (JAXA, Japan) ,
Marco Chacin (Tohoku University, Japan)
2008-k-01  ( 14:00-14:20 )
Development of Impact Probability Estimation System for Near-Earth Objects
Tomohiro Yamaguchi1, Makoto Yoshikawa2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA,Japan
2008-k-02  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Foresight: A Small Satellite Radio Tagging Mission Design to Near Earth Object Apophis
A.C. Charania1, Mark Schaffer1, John Olds1, Jesse Koenig2
1SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA, 2SpaceDev, Inc.
2008-k-03  ( 14:40-15:00 )
A study on Constitution of Asteroids with Brazil-Nut Effect
Yuichi Miwa1, Hajime Yano2, Mutsuko Morimoto2, Osamu Mori2, Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi2
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-k-04  ( 15:00-15:20 )
On Robotic Motion for Planetary Exploration under Microgravity Environments
Marco Chacin, Kazuya Yoshida
Space Robotics Laboratory - Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-k-05  ( 15:20-15:40 )
TANPOPO: Astrobiology Exposure and Micrometeoroid Capture Experiments
Akihiko Yamagishi1, Shin-ichi Yokobori1, Hajime Yano2, Kyoko Okudaira2, Kensei Kobayashi3, Makoto Tabata4, Hideyuki Kawai4, Masamichi Yamashita2, Hiroshi Naraoka5, Hajime Mita6
1Department of Life Sciences, Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Yokohama National University, Japan, 4Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University, Japan, 5Department of Earth Sciences, Okayama University, Japan, 6Department Enviromenta Life Scinece, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-k-06  ( 15:40-16:00 )
The post-Hayabusa Asteroid Sample Return Mission of Japan
Makoto Yoshikawa, Hajime Yano, Masanao Abe, Junichiro Kawaguchi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[k-2]  Small Solar System Bodies Exploration (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 16:10 - 18:30
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Makoto Yoshikawa (JAXA, Japan) ,
A. C. Charania (Space Works Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA)
2008-k-07  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Sampling System of Asteroid and Comet Nucleus Samples
Hajime Yano1, Takaaki Noguchi2, Matsunaga Saburo3, Hironori Fujii4, Makabe Teruo5, Yayoi Miura6, Sunao Hasegawa1, Higuchi Ken7, Sampling Sub-Group the Minor Body Exploration Working Group7
1ISAS and JSPEC, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Ibaraki Univrersity, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan Univeristy, Japan, 5Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan, 6Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, 7ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-k-08  ( 16:30-16:50 )
The Effective Projectile Shape for Asteroid Impact Sampling
Teruo Makabe1, Hajime Yano2
1Department of Geosystem engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Planetary Science, The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
2008-k-09  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Experiment on Penetration Performance of a Sampler for Asteroid Exploration
Motoki Tanemura, Hironori Fujii, Takeo Watanabe
Department of aerospace engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-k-10  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Projection Experiment and System Consideration for Asteroid Tethered Sampling
Ken Fujiwara1, Saburo Matunaga1, Junichi Nishida1, Tomio Yamanaka1, Takuro Ikeda1, Hajime Yano2, Osamu Mori2, Hiroaki Tanaka3
1Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 3National Defense Academy of Japan, Japan
2008-k-11  ( 17:30-17:50 )
Result of Micro-Gravity Experiment using Parabolic Flight for Tethered Recovery in Tethered Sampling Method
Saburo Matunaga
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-k-12  ( 17:50-18:10 )
Micro Gravity Experiment and 3 Dimensional Dynamic Analysis of Tethered Sampler
Takeo Watanabe, Hironori Fujii, Hirohisa Kojima, Hiroshi Takikawa, Masakazu Yukizane, Kazuki Ito
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-k-13  ( 18:10-18:30 )
Dyson Asteroid Shells: Hollow Worlds from the Outside-In
A.C. Charania
SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA
[k-3]  Planetary Environment Exploration
Session Date : 2008/6/4 8:30 - 10:30
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Masato Nakamura (ISAS/JAXA, Japan) ,
Hiroshi Yamakawa (Kyoto University, Japan)
2008-k-14  ( 8:30-8:50 )
The Planet-C Venus Climate Orbiter Mission of Japan
Masato Nakamura1, Nobuaki Ishii1, Makoto Suzuki1, Takeshi Imamura1, Takumi Abe1, Atsushi Yamazaki1, Munetaka Ueno2, Takehiko Satoh1
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-k-15  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Research Activities on Venus Atmosphere Balloon Observation Mission
Tetsuya Yamada1, Kazuyuki Hirose2, Tomoaki Toda2, Hiroshi Takeuchi2, Naoki Izutsu2, Kazuo Fujita2, Nobuaki Ishii2
1Div. for Space Systems and Astronautics, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) / JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA
2008-k-16  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Atmospheric Survey Micro Instrument Probe for Titan Exploration Missions
Marco Chacin, Andreas Kruselburger, Naomi Kurahara
International Space University, France
2008-k-17  ( 9:30-9:50 )
ESD Plasma Propagation Measurements on Large-Scale Solar Panels In Simulated LEO Environment
Hideto Mashidori1, Minoru Iwasa1, Atsushi Wada2, Kumi Nitta1, Kazuhiro Toyoda3
1Institute of Aerospace Technology (IAT), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2Office of Space Flight and Operations, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 3Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-k-18  ( 9:50-10:10 )
SCOPE : Future Formation-Flying Magnetospheric Satellite Mission
Yoshifumi Saito1, Kiyoshi Maezawa1, Masaki Fujimoto1, Iku Shinohara1, Hirotsugu Kojima2, Yuichi Tsuda3, Ken Higuchi3, Tomoaki Toda3, Takeshi Takashima1, Ayako Matsuoka1
1Space Plasma Physics, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan, 2Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan, 3Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan
2008-k-19  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Geomagnetic Tail Exploration Enabled by Solar Sail Propulsion
Hiroshi Yamakawa1, Teppei Oyama2
1Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
[k-4]  Kaguya Special Session (1): Mission Overview
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:40 - 12:20
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Manabu Kato (JAXA/ISAS, Japan) ,
Tatsuaki Okada (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-20  ( 10:40-11:00 )
KAGUYA(SELENE) Mission Overview
Yoshisada Takizawa, Susumu Sasaki, Kato Manabu
SELENE, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-21  ( 11:00-11:20 )
KAGUYA(SELENE) Science Mission
Susumu Sasaki, Kato Manabu, Yoshisada Takizawa
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-k-23  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Development of Mission Instruments Onboard Kaguya (SELENE)
Hironori Maejima1, Yuichi Iijima1, Hisashi Otake1, Satoru Nakazawa1, Naoki Tateno2, Susumu Sasaki1, Yoshisada Takizawa1
1SELENE Project, JAXA, Japan, 2Japan Space Forum
2008-k-24  ( 11:00-12:00 )
Electromagnetic Compatibility of SELENE (KAGUYA)
Satoru Nakazawa1, Yu-ichi Iijima1, Hideo Tsunakawa2, Masaki Matsushima2, Takayuki Ono3, Atsushi Kumamoto3, Yoshiya Kasahara4, Shingo Ikegami5, Tomoaki Ishikawa6
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Tohoku University, Japan, 4Kanazawa University, Japan, 5NEC Corporation, Japan, 6I-NET Corporation, Japan
2008-k-25  ( 12:00-12:20 )
KAGUYA Data Delivery and EPO Plan
Shinichi Sobue1, Manabu Kato1, Hirokazu Hoshino1, Hayato Okumura2, Yoshisada Hoshino2
1SELENE, JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA
[k-5]  Kaguya Special Session (2): System and Operation-1
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Takahiro Iwata (JAXA, Japan) ,
Satoru Nakazawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-26  ( 13:30-13:50 )
The Operation Result of SELENE
Hisahiro Konishi, Nobuhito Nomura
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-27  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Determination, Prediction and 3-D Graphical Display of "KAGUYA" Orbit
Mina Ogawa1, Masao Hirota1, Takafumi Ohnishi2, Chiaki Aoshima2, Kenji Shinozaki2, Shoh Taniguchi1, Nobuhiro Miyahara2, Shigehiro Mori1, Takahiro Inoue1, Michiaki Horii1, Takaji Kato1
1Consolidated Space Tracking and Data Acquisition Department, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2FUJITSU Limited
2008-k-28  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Orbital Maneuver Plan and Operation Results of KAGUYA during Lunar Transfer Orbit and Lunar Orbit Injection
Takaaki Katoh1, Hiroshi Terada1, Kimie Tanaka1, Kohzoh Ohtani1, Erika Kamikawa1, Masatoshi Matsuoka1, Shuichi Matsumoto2, Yoshisada Takizawa2, Mina Ogawa2, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2, Kazuhito Kasuga3
1NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3NEC Corporation, Japan
2008-k-29  ( 14:30-14:50 )
KAGUYA (SELENE) Trajectory Plans for Lunar Orbit Injection Contingency
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-k-30  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Attitude and Orbit Control System of SELenological & ENgineering Exploler, 'KAGUYA'
Yoshihiro Iwamoto1, Kazuhisa Tanaka1, Yosuke Iwayama1, Keita Ogo1, Shuichi Matsumoto2, Satoru Tayama2, Yoshiyuki Ishijima2, Shingo Ikegami3
1Control Systems Group, NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 3NEC Corporation
2008-k-31  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Data Handling Subsystem in "KAGUYA"
Akihiko Hamada1, Kazuyuki Yamada1, Koichi Takahashi1, Takayuki Imamura2, Hisahiro Konishi3, Hisashi Otake3
1Space Subsystem & Equipment Group, Space Engineering Division, NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[k-6]  Kaguya Special Session (3): System and Operation-2
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:40 - 17:40
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Susumu Sasaki (JAXA, Japan) ,
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-32  ( 15:40-16:00 )
A Design and Operation Outline of KAGUYA Communication System
Harunobu Kobayashi1, Hironori Maejima2, Katsuhide Yonekura2, Toru Hamaki3
11st engineering Department, Space Systems and Public Information System Division, NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Japan
2008-k-33  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Development of SELENE High-Gain Antenna
Toru Hamaki1, Yasuhiko Okada1, Hiroyuki Kobayashi2, Misa Konno2, Masafumi Kimura2, Koji Kuno2, Hiroshi Amou2, Ryoji Nishi2, Norikazu Nakajima3, Hironori Maejima4, Katsuhide Yonekura4
1NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems, Japan, 3Tokyo Electronic Systems, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2008-k-34  ( 16:20-16:40 )
SELENE Solar Array Paddle Subsystem Design
Tomonori Ishii1, Hiroyuki Minamino2, Akira Sato2, Shingo Ikegami3, Yukishige Nozaki4, Hiroyuki Ichino1, Tomoko Matsuo1, Hideaki Koakutsu1, Toshiaki Nagata1
1Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3NEC Corp., Japan, 4NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd, Japan
2008-k-35  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Thermal Control of Lunar Exploring Spacecraft SELENE (KAGUYA)
Yukio Matsufuji1, Hiroyuki Minamino2, Satoru Nakazawa2, Yasuyuki Nakamura3
1Thermal Mechanical Systems Group, NEC/TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2SELENE Project team, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan, 3Thermal Mechanical Group, NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan
2008-k-36  ( 17:00-17:20 )
On-orbit Operation Results of "KAGUYA" Lunar Explorer Propulsion Subsystem
Mamoru Takahashi1, Masayuki Tamura1, Mizuho Ikeda2, Kouseki Akai3, Takeshi Sasaki4, Kenichi Kajiwara5, Ideo Masuda5, Daisuke Goto5
1Liquid Propulsion Office, Space Systems Department, IHI Aerospace, Japan, 2Space Systems Division, NEC Corporation, Japan, 3Space Systems Division, NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Japan, 4SELENE Project Team, JAXA, Japan, 5Spacecraft Propulsion Engineering Group, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-37  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Summary of the Separation System for R/V-Star Satellites of KAGUYA
Kazuhiro Abe1, Kakuma Okazaki1, Takayuki Sato2, Wataru Masui3, Yosuke Nakamura4, Hiroyuki Minamino4, Takeshi Sasaki4, Akira Satoh4, Takahiro Iwata4
1NIPPI Corporation, Japan, 2NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan, 3NEC, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
[k-7]  Kaguya Special Session (4): Initial Scientific Results-1
Session Date : 2008/6/5 8:30 - 9:50
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Takayuki Ono (Tohoku University, Japan) ,
Makiko Ohtake (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-38  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Science Results and Goals of SELENE (Kaguya) Mission
Manabu Kato1, Shin-ichi Sobue2, Susumu Sasaki1, Yoshisada Takizawa2
1Division of planetary science, JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 2JAXA/ SELENE, Japan
2008-k-39  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Origin of the Asymmetry in the Lunar Crustal Composition
Tomoko Arai
Antarctic Meteorite Research Center, National Institute of Polar Research, Japan
2008-k-40  ( 9:10-9:30 )
X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry of Lunar Surface by XRS Onboard SELENE (Kaguya)
Tatsuaki Okada1, Kei Shirai1, Yukio Yamamoto1, Takehiko Arai1, Kazunori Ogawa2, Hiroaki Shiraishi1, Masatsuna Iwasaki2, Taichi Kawamura3, Morito Hisataka3, Manuel Grande4, Manabu Kato1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 4Institute of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK
2008-k-41  ( 9:30-9:50 )
High Performance Germanium Gamma-Ray Spectrometer On Lunar Polar Orbiter SELENE (KAGUYA)
Nobuyuki Hasebe1, Eido Shibamura2, Takashi Miyachi1, Takeshi Takashima3, Kobayashi Masanori4, Osamu Okudaira1, Naoyuki Yamashita1, Shingo Kobayashi1, Makoto Hareyama1, Kunitomo Sakurai1
1Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan, 22College of Health Science, Saitama Prefectural University, Japan, 3Inst. of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan, 4Nippon Medical School, Japan
[k-8]  Kaguya Special Session (5): Initial Scientific Results-2
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:20 - 12:20
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Nobuyuki Hasebe (Waseda University, Japan) ,
Tomoki Arai (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan)
2008-k-43  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Preliminary Results of the SELENE Multiband Imager
Makiko Ohtake1, Junichi Haruyama1, Tsuneo Matsunaga2, Yasuhiro Yokota1, Tomokatsu Morota1, Chikatoshi Honda1, Yoshiko Ogawa2, Masaya Torii1
1Planetary Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2The National Institute for Environmental Studies
2008-k-44  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Preliminary Results of the SELENE Terrain Camera
Junichi Haruyama1, Makiko Ohtake1, Tsuneo Matsunaga2, Tomokatsu Morota1, Chikatoshi Honda1, Yasuhiro Yokota1, Masanao Abe1, Masaya Torii1, Yasuhi Yamaguchi3, Atsushi Yamaji4
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2NIES, Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan
2008-k-45  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of Operation Plan and Log Management System for LISM
Shota Kikuchi1, Noriaki Asada2, Naru Hirata2, Hirohide Demura2, Shingo Tanaka2
1Department of Information Systems, The University of Aizu, Japan, 2Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of Aizu, Japan
2008-k-46  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Generalized Formulation of Image Correction Applied to SELENE/LISM/MI
Taichi Takayama1, Akira Iwasaki1, Yasuhiro Yokota2, Junichi Haruyama2, Makiko Otake2, Tsuneo Matsunaga3
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 3National Institute for Environmental Studies
2008-k-47  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Initial Results from the Lunar Radar Sounder Observation on-board the Kaguya (Selene) Spacecraft
Takayuki Ono1, Atsushi Kumamoto1, Yamaguchi Yasushi2, Atsushi Yamaji3, Takao Kobayashi4, Yoshiya Kasahara5, Hiroshi Oya6
1Graduate School Science, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University, 3Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, 4Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources, 5Information Media Center of Kanazawa University, 6Fukui University of Technology
2008-k-48  ( 12:00-12:20 )
Preliminary Results of the Lunar Topography by KAGUYA-LALT Mission
Hiroshi Araki1, Seiichi Tazawa1, Hirotomo Noda1, Emiko Migita2, Izumi Kamiya3, Nobuyuki Kawano1, Sho Sasaki1
1RISE project office, National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 2Department of Astronomical Science, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 3Geographical Survey Institute, Japan
[k-9]  Kaguya Special Session (6): Initial Scientific Results-3
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 15:00
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Yoshifumi Saito (JAXA, Japan) ,
Hiroshi Araki (National Astronomical Observatory, Japan)
2008-k-49  ( 13:00-13:20 )
Low Energy Charged Particle Measurement by MAP-PACE Onboard KAGUYA
Yoshifumi Saito, Shoichiro Yokota, Kazushi Asamura, Toshifumi Mukai
Space Plasma Physics, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan
2008-k-50  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Observation of the Near-Earth Plasmas by Telescope of Extreme Ultraviolet (TEX) Onboard SELENE: Science from the Moon
Ichiro Yoshikawa1, Atsushi Yamazaki2, Kazuo Yoshioka1, Go Murakami1, Fukuhiro Ezawa1, Takenori Toyota1, Wataru Miyake3, Makoto Taguchi4, Masayuki Kikuchi4, Masato Nakamura2
1Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4National Institite of Polar Research, Japan
2008-k-51  ( 13:40-14:00 )
Properties of SELENE Small Satellites for Selenodetic Measurements; Rstar (Okina) and Vstar (Ouna)
Takahiro Iwata1, Noriyuki Namiki2, Hideo Hanada3, Hirotomo Noda3, Nobuyuki Kawano3, Koji Matsumoto3, Seiitsu Tsuruta3, Qinghui Liu3, Fuyuhiko Kikuchi3, Hiroyuki Minamino4, Takeshi Sasaki4
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Kyushu University, 3National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 4Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
2008-k-52  ( 14:00-14:20 )
Exploration of Lunar Gravity by VLBI Observations of SELENE (KAGUYA)
Hideo Hanada1, Takahiro Iwata2, Noriyuki Namiki3, Nobuyuki Kawano1, Sho Sasaki1, Koji Matsumoto1, Hirotomo Noda1, Seiitsu Tsuruta1, Kazuyoshi Asari1, Toshiaki Ishikawa1, Fuyuhiko Kikuchi1
1RISE Project Office, National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Department of Science, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-k-53  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Differential Phase Delay Estimation in VRAD Mission of SELENE (KAGUYA)
Fuyuhiko Kikuchi1, Qinghui Liu1, Koji Matsumoto1, Yoshiaki Ishihara1, Jingsong Ping2, Hideo Hanada1, Takahiro Iwata3, Noriyuki Namiki4, Nobuyuki Kawano1, Sho Sasaki1
1RISE Project Office, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China, 3JAXA, Japan, 4University of Kyushu, Japan
2008-k-54  ( 14:40-15:00 )
Studying the Lunar Ionosphere with the SELENE Radio Science Experiment
Takeshi Imamura1, Koh-Ichiro Oyama2, Takahiro Iwata3, Yusuke Kono4, Koji Matsumoto4, Qinghui Liu4, Hirotomo Noda4, Yoshifumi Futaana5, Alexander Nabatov6
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 4National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 5The Swedish Institute of Space Physics, 6Ukrainian Academy of Science
[k-10 (r-1 Joint)]  Future Lunar Exploration (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 15:10 - 17:30
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Kotaro Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Naoki Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-55  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Japanese Moon Landing Mission SELENE-2
Tatsuaki Hashimoto1, Takeshi Hoshino2, Satoshi Tanaka1, Kohtaro Matsumoto2, Jun'ichiro Kawaguchi2
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2JAXA Space Exploration Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-k-56  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Evaluation of Low-Pressure Mobility System for Lunar Vehicle
Sachiko Wakabayashi1, Yoshihide Kohno2, Shin-Ichiro Nishida1
1Lunar and Planetary Exploration Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Bridgestone Corporation, Japan
2008-k-57  ( 15:50-16:10 )
A Study on Mobility Platform of Lunar Work Rover
Shin-Ichiro Nishida, Sachiko Wakabayashi
Research and Development Department, JAXA Space Exploration Center, Japan
2008-k-58  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Strategies and Systems for Long Term Activities on the Moon
Takeshi Hoshino, Kohtaro Matsumoto
JSPEC, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-59  ( 16:30-16:50 )
A Novel Teleoperated Hybrid Wheel-Limbed Hexapod for the Exploration of Lunar Challenging Terrains
Eric Rohmer1, Giulio Reina2, Kazuya Yoshida1
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2University of Salento
2008-k-60  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Lunar Surface Roughness Estimation Using Stereoscopic Data
Tomoyuki Yoshimatsu1, Akira Iwasaki1, Junichi Haruyama2, Makiko Ohtake3, Tsuneo Matsunaga4
1Department of aeronautics and astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, 3JAXA, 4National Institute for Environmental Studies
2008-k-61  ( 17:10-17:30 )
An Investigation of Lunar Mission of Shallow Structure Exploration Using Artificial Moonquake
Junya Terazono1, Yukihito Kitazawa2, Tatsuaki Okada3, Satoshi Tanaka3, Hiroshi Kanamori4
1Information Systems and Technology Center, The University of Aizu, Japan, 2IHI Corporation, The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science / JAXA, 3The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science / JAXA, 4Shimizu Corporation
[k-11 (r-1 Joint)]  Future Lunar Exploration (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:30 - 10:30
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Tatsuaki Hashimoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shin-Ichiro Nishida (JAXA, Japan)
2008-k-62  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Concept for JAXA Future Human Space Program
Naoki Sato
Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Group, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-63  ( 8:50-9:10 )
MHI Activities on Future Lunar Exploration
Tetsuya Yamamoto, Tetsuya Nagase, Toshimichi Tsumaki
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI), Japan
2008-k-64  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development Plan for Future Mission from HTV System
Shinichi Takata, Hiroshi Sasaki, Takane Imada
HTV Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-65  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Air Revitalization System Aim to Establish Circulated Life Support System
Masato Sakurai
Institute of Space Technology and Aeronautics, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-k-66  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Lunar Utilization and Landing Candidate Site Selection by Using SELENE Product
Hirokazu Hoshino, Hayato Okumura, Kai Matsui, Shinichi Sobue
SELENE project, JAXA, Japan
2008-k-67  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Construction of Lunar Nomenclature Search System
Junya Terazono1, Subhash Bhalla2, Tomoko Izumita2, Noriaki Asada2, Hirohide Demura2, Naru Hirata2
1Information Systems and Technology Center, The University of Aizu, Japan, 2The University of Aizu
[m-1]  Visible and High-energy Astronomy
Session Date : 2008/6/5 8:30 - 10:30
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Shoji Torii (Waseda University, Japan) ,
Takeshi Imamura (JAXA, Japan)
2008-m-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
TSUBAME: toward the Frontier of X-ray/Gamma-ray Polarimetry in Astronomy
Takahiro Toizumi1, Jun Kataoka1, Yoshihiro Tsubuku1, Mitsuyoshi Kobayashi1, Yoichi Yatsu1, Makoto Arimoto1, Nobuyuki Kawai1, Kuniyuki Omagari2, Ken Fujiwara2, Junichi Nishida2, Saburo Matsunaga2
1Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Tech, Japan
2008-m-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Balloon Borne Experiment with CALET Prototype
Yuki Shimizu, Shoji Torii
Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan
2008-m-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
The 2007 BESS-Polar Scientific Flight in Antarctica
Masaya Hasegawa
IPNS, 2nd division, High Energy Accerelator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
2008-m-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
A Very Small Astrometry Satellite, Nano-JASMINE : Its Telescope and Mission Goals
Yoichi Hatsutori1, Masahiro Suganuma1, Yukiyasu Kobayashi1, Naoteru Gouda1, Taihei Yano1, Yoshiyuki Yamada2, Masahiro Yamauchi3
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2Department of Physics, Kyoto University, Japan, 3Department of Astronomy, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-m-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
A Star Image Extractor for Small Satellites
Yoshiyuki Yamada1, Masahiro Yamauchi2, Naoteru Gouda2, Yukiyasu Kobayashi2, Takuji Tsujimoto2, Taihei Yano2, Masahiro Suganuma2, Shinichi Nakasuka3, Nobutada Sako3, Takaya Inamori3
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-m-06  ( 10:10-10:30 )
HINODE: New Space-borne Observatory for Investigating the Sun
Toshifumi Shimizu
ISAS, JAXA, Japan
[m-2]  Infrared and Radio Astronomy
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:40 - 12:20
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Murakami (JAXA, Japan) ,
Takeshi Imamura (JAXA, Japan)
2008-m-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Operations and Initial Results of the Infrared Astronomical Satellite AKARI
Hiroshi Murakami
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-m-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Infrared Space Observatory SPICA: Overview and Current Status
Hiroshi Murakami, Takao Nakagawa
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-m-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Far-Infrared Interferometric Telescope Experiment : I. Interferometer Optics
Eri Kato1, Hiroshi Shibai1, Mitsunobu Kawada1, Masanao Narita2, Taro Matsuo1, Atsushi Ohkubo1, Miki Suzuki1, Tetsuo Kanoh1, Koudai Yamamoto1
1Graduate School of Science, University of Nagoya, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA,Japan
2008-m-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Far-Infrared Interferometric Telescope Experiment (FITE): II. Sensor Optics
Tsunehito Kohyama1, Hiroshi Shibai1, Mitsunobu Kawada1, Toyoki Watabe2, Taro Matsuo1, Shun Mochizuki1, Yuka Matsumoto1, Hirono Morishita1, Yasuo Doi3
1Graduate School of Science, University of Nagoya, Japan, 2Technical center , University of Nagoya, Japan, 3Department of Earth Science and Astronomy, University of Tokyo,Japan
2008-m-11  ( 12:00-12:20 )
Large Scale Structure and Galaxies Detected in Radio Survey
Faustino Nhanombe
Astronomy, National Institute of Meteorology, Mozambique
[m-3]  Earth Science
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:10 - 14:10
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Takeshi Imamura (JAXA, Japan) ,
Tetsuya Kodama (JAXA, Japan)
2008-m-12  ( 13:10-13:30 )
Current Status of Seismo-Electromagnetic Observation Satellite Missions
Tetsuya Kodama
Satellite Operations Engineering Department, Office of Space Applications, JAXA, Japan
2008-m-13  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Extesible Flexible Optical System for Nano-Scale Remote Sensing Satellite "PRISM"
Yuuki Sato, Yasuhiro Kusakawa, Kensuke Shimizu, Takashi Tanaka, Sang Kyun Kim, Mitsuhito Komatsu, Il-Yun Yoo, Casey Lambert, Shinichi Nakasuka
Depertment of aeronautics and astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-m-15  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Compact Cryogenic Whole Air Sampler using JT-Cooler
Hideyuki Honda1, Shinji Morimoto2, Takashi Yamanouchi2, Issei Iijima1, Tetsuya Yoshida1, Shuji Aoki3, Takakiyo Nakazawa3
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, 3Graduate School, University of Tohoku, Japan
[n-1]  Earth Observation (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 8:30 - 10:30
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Masanobu Shimada (JAXA, Japan) ,
Makoto Ohmura (Kochi Women's University, Japan)
2008-n-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
ASTER 8-year Operation and Scientific Achievement
Yasushi Yamaguchi1, Michael Abrams2, Hiroji Tsu3
1Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, 3Earth Remote Sensing Data Analysis Center, Japan
2008-n-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Comparison of ASTER TOA radiance with MODIS
Hiroto Kanno, Akira Iwasaki
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-n-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
Japanese Cloud Profiling RADAR for EarthCARE
Toshiyoshi Kimura1, Hiroshi Kumagai2
1Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
2008-n-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Development of a W-band Antenna for Space-borne 94 GHz Doppler Radar
Kazuyuki Okada1, Masahiro Kojima1, Yukie Iida1, Toshiyoshi Kimura1, Hiroaki Horie1, Hirotaka Nakatsuka1, Yukihiro Kankaku1, Minoru Okumura2
1Office of Space Applications, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2NEC Corporation, Japan
2008-n-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Operationl Earth Observation Using Small Satellites
Alex da Silva Curiel, Paul Stephens, Mike Cutter, Martin Sweeting
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK
2008-n-06  ( 10:10-10:30 )
The Development of a Remote Sensor System and a Decision Support Systems Architecture to Monitor Resistance Development in Transgenic Crops
Joseph Casas1, John Glaser2, Kenneth Coperhaver3, George May1, Karen Stephens1
1NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, USA, 2U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,Office of Research and Development, USA, 3Institute for Technology Development, Champaign, IL, USA
[n-2]  Earth Observation (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:40 - 12:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Makoto Ohmura (Kochi Women's University, Japan) ,
Yoshihisa Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Co., Japan)
2008-n-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
A Conceptual Design of Optical Sensors for the Disaster Monitoring Satellites System
Hiroko Imai1, Haruyoshi Katayama1, Shinichi Suzuki2, Yuji Osawa2
1Earth Observation Research Center (EORC), Office of Space Applications, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2Space Applications Program Systems Engineering Office, Office of Space Applications, JAXA
2008-n-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
An Operation Concept of the Disaster Monitoring Satellite Mission
Shinichi Suzuki, Osawa Yuji
Space Applications Program Systems Engineering Office, JAXA, Japan
2008-n-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Sea Ice Observation for Disaster Prevention
Futoshi Takiguchi, Akiko Suzuki, Haruchika Kamimura, Tomohiro Watanabe
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-n-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
A Conceptual Design of the Disaster Monitoring Satellite System
Yuji Osawa, Shinichi Suzuki
Space Applications Program Systems Engineering Office, JAXA, Japan
[n-3]  Earth Observation (3)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 15:00
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Tamotsu Igarashi (RESTEC, Japan) ,
Masanobu Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
2008-n-11  ( 13:00-13:20 )
A Study on the Impact of Humans on Water Resources in Greater Dhaka of Bangladesh by Using Remote Sensing
Ashraf Dewan1, Yasushi Yamaguchi2
1Earth and Environmental Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
2008-n-12  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Development Status of the Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar for the Global Precipitaion Measurement
Yasutoshi Hyakusoku1, Masahiro Kojima1, Kinji Furukawa1, Yasuyuki Ishii1, Toshio Iguchi2, Nobuhiro Takahashi2, Hiroshi Hanado2, Minoru Okumura3
1GPM/DPR Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Environment Sensing and Network Group, Applied Electromagnetic Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, 3RF Systems Group, Space Engineering Division, NEC TOSHIBA Space systems, Ltd
2008-n-13  ( 13:40-14:00 )
Difference of Vegetation Cover Change between the South and North Korean Area Across the DMZ since 1960s Seen on Satellite Images
Toshiro Sugimura1, Sotaro Tanaka2
1RESTEC, Japan, 2Toyo Univ.
2008-n-14  ( 14:00-14:20 )
GCOM Mission Overview
Toshitaka Sasaki, Keizo Nakagawa
GCOM Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-n-15  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Environmental Monitoring of Kitakyushu by US Reconnaissance Satellite and Landsat/MSS
Toshiro Sugimura1, Kuniaki Isobe2, Tetsuji Yamamoto3
1RESTEC, Japan, 2Asia Air Survey, 3Think Earth Science
2008-n-16  ( 14:40-15:00 )
Sofradir Advances in Infrared Detectors for Space Applications
Philippe Chorier1, Philippe Tribolet2, Michel Vuillermet2, Aurelien Dariel2
1Space department, Sofradir, France, 2Sofradir, France
[n-4]  Earth Observation (4)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 15:10 - 17:30
Room : Room F
Chairpersons : Satoshi Tsuchida (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan) ,
Yousuke Miyagi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-n-17  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Adaptation to Rapid Glacier Retreat in the Tropical Andes using ALOS data
Yukio Haruyama, Tamotsu Igarashi, Makoto Ono, Tsutomu Yamanokuchi, Nobuhiro Tomiyama, Ryoichi Furuta, Riiko Ueno
RESTEC, Japan
2008-n-18  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Disaster Information Extraction from ALOS Images
Tamotsu Igarashi, Ryoichi Furuta, Makoto Ono
Research Department, RESTEC, Japan
2008-n-19  ( 15:50-16:10 )
High Precision and High Resolution Global Precipitation Map from Satellite Data
Kenichi Okamoto1, Nobuhiro Takahashi2, Koyuru Iwanami3, Shoichi Shige1, Takuji Kubota4
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, 3National Research Instutute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, 4EORC, Japan Space Exploration Agency
2008-n-20  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Development of a Multi-Spectrum Imager for the S-520 Sounding Rocket
Yasuhiro Shoji1, Takashi Yoshikawa1, Yuji Sakamoto2, Yukihiro Takahashi3, Kazuya Yoshida1
1Graduate school of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-n-21  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Three-dimentional Displacement Measurement in Sub-pixel Accuracy for Seismic Phenomena from Optical Satellite Sensor Image
Masaru Koga, Akira Iwasaki
aeronautics and astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-n-22  ( 16:50-17:10 )
On-Orbit Reconstruction of Satellite Optics with Observed Image
Norihide Miyamura
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-n-23  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Application of ALOS/PALSAR Interferometry for Detection of Earth Surface Deformation Triggered by the Noto Hanto and Chuetsu-oki Earthquakes of 2007
Hiroshi Une1, Hiroshi Yarai1, Mikio Tobita1, Shinzaburo Ozawa1, Takuya Nishimura1, Kojin Wada2, Tomomi Amagai2, Midori Fujiwara2, Akira Suzuki2, Hiroshi Sato1, Mamoru Koarai1
1Geography and Crustal Dynamics Research Center, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan, 2Department of Geodesy, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan
[p-1]  Space Medicine and Physiology (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 9:00 - 10:20
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Kunihiko Tanaka (Gifu University, Japan) ,
Hiroshi Oshima (JAXA, Japan)
2008-p-01  ( 9:00-9:20 )
Preparation Status and Future Plan of Aquatic Habitat (AQH)
Sayaka Umemura1, Mitsuyo Masukawa1, Toru Sakimura1, Satoko Uchida2, Yasushi Kono2, Keiji Murakami1
1Space Environment Utilization Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industories, LTD., Japan
2008-p-02  ( 9:20-9:40 )
Space Biomedical Research Project of JAXA
Ryutaro Izumi1, Megumi Ogawa1, Shino Kawashima1, Natsuhiko Inoue1, Hiroshi Ohshima1, Kazunari Tanaka1, Chiaki Mukai1, Shoichi Tachibana2
1Space Biomedical Research Office, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Astronauts Medical Operations Group, JAXA, Japan
2008-p-03  ( 9:40-10:00 )
Development of Intelligent Suits for Disuse Atrophy of Musculoskeletal System Using Hybrid Exercise Method
Naoto Shiba1, Yoshihiko Tagawa2, Kazuhiro Yoshimitsu1, Tohoru Matsugaki1, Tomohisa Inada2, Kiyoshi Numada3, Takashi Maeda1, Hitomi Yamaguchi1, Arata Narita1, Tetsuya Nishi4
1Division of rehabilitation, Kurume university school of medicine, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 3GOLDWIN inc., Japan, 4SEKISUI PLASTICS CO., LTD., Japan
2008-p-04  ( 10:00-10:20 )
CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR LONG-DURATION SPACE MISSIONS: Results of a Survey of Astronauts and Ground Support Personnel
Leena Tomi1, Daniel Kealey2, Marvin Lange3, Patricia Stefanowska4, Valerie Doyle4
1Operational Space Medicine, Canadian Space Agency, Canada, 2People In Development, Manotick, Canada, 3Royal Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Canada, 4University of McMaster, Hamilton, Canada
[p-2]  Space Medicine and Physiology (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 10:30 - 11:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Chiaki Mukai (JAXA, Japan) ,
Leena Tomi (Canadian Space Agency, Canada)
2008-p-06  ( 10:30-10:50 )
Utilization and Verification Flight Experiments of Crew PADLES, JAXA Crew Passive Dosimeter
Shizu Yabe1, Aiko Nagamatsu1, Yu Koike1, Satoru Ishida1, Ichiro Tayama1, Keiji Murakami2, Shuji Araki2, Hiroko Tawara2, Shoichi Tachibana1, Masato Koyama2, Koji Yanagawa1
1Human Space Technology and Astronauts Department, JAXA, Japan, 2Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan
2008-p-07  ( 10:50-11:10 )
Biodosimetry Using Cytogenetic Technique for Cosmic Radiation Exposure Evaluation
Yu Koike, Shizu Yabe, Shoichi Tachibana
Astronaut Medical Operations Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-p-08  ( 11:10-11:30 )
Radiation dose Estimated in the Lunar Environment
Kanako Hayatsu, Shingo Kobayashi, Makoto Hareyama, Naoyuki Yamashita, Kunitomo Sakurai, Nobuyuki Hasebe
Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan
[p-3]  Human Space Technology
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 14:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : TBD ,
Ryutaro Izumi (JAXA, Japan)
2008-p-10  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Usability of a Gas-pressurized Elastic Glove for Extravehicular Activity
Kunihiko Tanaka1, Kenji Yamagata2, Chikara Abe1, Hironobu Morita1
1Department of Physiology, Gifu University, Graduate School of Medicine, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2008-p-11  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Core-suit System Space Suit
Kenji Yamagata, Mamoru Mohri, Koji Yanagawa, Takao Yamaguchi, Naoko Murakami
Human Space Technology Development Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-p-12  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Fashion for Space Tourism, which Drives Popularization and Commercialization
Misuzu Onuki1, David Jankowski2, Charles Lauer3
1Space Frontier Foundation, Japan, 2DestinySpace.com, 3Rocketplane Global, Inc.
[r-1-1]  International Cooperation of Large Scale Space Programs
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:40 - 12:00
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Neville Marzwell (NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory - California Institute of Technology, USA) ,
Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2008-r-1-01  ( 10:40-11:00 )
New Opportunities for International Cooperation in Space-based Solar Power
John Mankins
Office of the President, Managed Energy Technologies LLC, USA
2008-r-1-02  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Current Status of the Implementation of the Global Exploration Strategy and Japan's contribution for the Coordination
Kaori Sasaki
JSPEC, JAXA, Japan
2008-r-1-03  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Proposal for Modification of ISS Constitution
Fujio Nakano, Tomifumi Godai
[SORANOKAI], Space Policy Think-tank, Japan
2008-r-1-04  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Promoting International Space Development and Collaboration Online
Christopher Boshuizen, Charles Gabriel
Space-Industry.com, Australia
[r-1-2]  Space Solar Power
Session Date : 2008/6/6 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : John Mankins (Managed Energy Technologies LLC, USA) ,
Susumu Sasaki (JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-1-05  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Advances in Space Solar Power for Science and Exploration
Neville Marzwell
NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory - California Institute of Technology, USA
2008-r-1-06  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Space Demonstration for the Solar Power Satellite of the Sandwich Type
Nobuyuki Kaya1, Masashi Iwashita1, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Leopold Summerer3, John Mankins4
1Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, 3ESTEC, ESA, 4Artemis Innovation Management Solutions, LLC
2008-r-1-07  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Demonstration Missions of Space Solar Power Systems
Tatsuhito Fujita, Masahiro Mori, Hiroaki Suzuki
Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploraiotn Agency, Japan
2008-r-1-08  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Technology Developments in Radiation-Hardened Electronics for Space Environments
Andrew Keys, Joe Howell
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, USA
2008-r-1-09  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Demonstration Experiment for Tethered Solar Power Satellite
Susumu Sasaki, Koji Tanaka
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-1-10  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Space Experiment of Bare Tape-Tether Technology on the Sounding Rocket S520 the 25th
Hironori Fujii1, Takeo Watanabe2, Hirohisa Kojima2, Koh-Ichiro Oyama2, Susumu Sasaki3, Hirotaka Ohtsu4, John Willams5, Binyamin Rubin5, Charles Johnson6, Geroge Khazanov7, Pavel Trivailo8
1Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute fo Technology, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4Shizuoka University, Japan, 5Colorado State University, USA, 6NASA/MSFC. USA, 7NASA/MSFC, USA, 8Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
[r-1-3]  JEM as Japan's ISS Contribution
Session Date : 2008/6/6 15:40 - 17:20
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Fujio Nakano ([SORANOKAI], Space Policy Think-tank, Japan) ,
Fumiaki Tanigaki (JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-1-11  ( 15:40-16:00 )
Japan's ISS Program Status
Fumiaki Tanigaki, Masaki Shirakawa, Shigeki Kamigaichi
Human Space Systems and Utilization Program Group, JAXA, Japan
2008-r-1-12  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Kibo Exposed Facility Second Phase Utilization Plan
Hirohisa Oda, Daiki Takahashi, Takashi Yoshinouchi, Tatsuo Matsueda
Space Environment Utilization Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-1-13  ( 16:20-16:40 )
The Result of JEM Operations Control
Yusuke Muraki, Yoshio Toukaku, Matsuura Mayumi, Harada Chikara, Yokoyama Tatsuro, Hasegawa Yoshiyuki
JEM Operations Project Team, JAXA, Japan
2008-r-1-14  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Verification of JEM Structural Compatibility with the Space Shuttle
Masaru Wada, Takayuki Shimoda, Shigeru Imai
JEM Development Project Team, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-1-15  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Lessons Learned from JEM Manifesting and Bench Review Activity
Yoshinobu Satoh1, Katsuhisa Chijiiwa1, Fujio Tokunaga2, Yoshihiko Uemura2, Hiroki Minematsu2
1JEM Operations Project Team, JAXA, Japan, 2JAMSS, Japan
[r-2-1]  Space Weather
Session Date : 2008/6/3 9:30 - 11:50
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Takahiro Obara (JAXA, Japan) ,
Shinichi Watari (National Institute of Info. and Com. Tech., Japan)
2008-r-2-01  ( 9:30-9:50 )
A New View on the Sun with Hinode Mission
Taro Sakao1, Saku Tsuneta2, Masumi Shimojo2, Noriyuki Narukage1, Ryouhei Kano2, Takahiro Obara3, Shinichi Watari3
1Research Division for Basic Space Science, ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 3National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-02  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Solar Wind Observations and Space Weather
Munetoshi Tokumaru, Masayoshi Kojima, Ken'ichi Fujiki
Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-r-2-03  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Highly Energetic Electron Environment in the Inner Magnetosphere
Takahiro Obara, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Tateo Goka
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-04  ( 10:30-10:50 )
Forecast of High-energy Electron Flux at Geostationary Orbit Using Neural Network
Shinichi Watari1, Masahiro Tokumitsu2, Kentarou Kitamura3, Yoshiteru Ishida2
1Space Environment Group, National Institute of Info. and Com. Tech., Japan, 2Toyohashi University of Technology, 3Tokuyama College of Technology
2008-r-2-05  ( 10:50-11:10 )
MAGDAS for Geospace Environment Monitoring
Kiyohumi Yumoto, Hideaki Kawano, MAGDAS Group
Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-r-2-06  ( 11:10-11:30 )
Research and Development of Satellite Operation Warning System for Spacecraft Using Space Weather Forecast
Masashi Nakayama, Kiyokazu Koga, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Tateo Goka
Space Environment Measurement Group, Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-07  ( 11:30-11:50 )
Space Weather Influence on the Human Physiological and Cardio-Health State: Results of Azerbaijani and Collaborative Studies
Elchin Babayev
Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory and Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Azerbaijani Republic
[r-2-2]  Space Environment (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 13:30 - 15:50
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Mengu Cho (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan) ,
Koji Tanaka (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-2-08  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Monitor System for Space Electromagnetic Environments
Hirotsugu Kojima1, Yuto Saito1, Yuta Mizuochi1, Yasuhisa Takizawa2, Hisato Iwai3, Satoshi Yagitani4, Hiroshi Yamakawa1, Yoshikatsu Ueda1
1Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, 3Department of Engineering, Doshisha University, 4Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University
2008-r-2-09  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Numerical Study on Spacecraft Charging Mitigation by Plasma Injection
Hideyuki Usui1, Koujirou Imasato1, Yoshiharu Omura1, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS
2008-r-2-10  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Evaluation of Multi-Utility Spacecraft Charging Analysis Tool(MUSCAT) by Observation Data on Engineering Test Satellite-V(ETS-V)
Kiyokazu Koga1, Hiroko O. Ueda1, Shinji Hatta2, Jeongho Kim2, Mengu Cho3, Takanobu Muranaka1, Satoshi Hosoda1, Tateo Goka1
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2MUSCAT Space Engineering Ltd, Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-11  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Estimation of Auroral Environment by Electrostatic Full-particle Simulations Modeling of REIMEI Satellite Observations
Hiroko Ueda1, Masaki Okada2, Hideyuki Usui3, Takanobu Muranaka1, Iku Shinohara4
1JAXA's Engineering Digital Innovation Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, 3Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University,Japan, 4Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,Japan
2008-r-2-12  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Polar Orbit Plasma Environment Database for spacecraft Charging Analysis
Takamitsu Hamanaga, Mengu Cho
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-13  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Technical Data Acquisition Equipment on board Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite
Yasutomo Sasaki, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Tateo Goka
Space Environment Measurement Group, Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-14  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Evaluation of Electric Field Probe On-board Spacecraft Using a 3D Full PIC Simulation
Takanobu Muranaka1, Hiroko Ueda1, Hideyuki Usui2, Iku Shinohara3
1JAXA's Engineering Digital Innovation Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan, 3Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
[r-2-3]  Space Environment (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 16:00 - 18:20
Room : Room B
Chairpersons : Tateo Goka (JAXA, Japan) ,
Yugo Kimoto (JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-2-15  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Present Status of ISO Standardization Efforts of Solar Panel ESD Test Methods
Mengu Cho
Laboratory of Spacecraft Environment Interaction Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-16  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Investigation of Sustained Arc under Solar Cell
Kazuhiro Toyoda1, Mengu Cho1, Shirou Kawakita2, Masato Takahashi2, Hirokazu Masui1
1Laboratory of Spacecraft Environment Interaction Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-17  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Spectroscopic Measurement of Secondary Arc Plasma on Solar Array
Kazuhiro Toyoda, Takayuki Ose, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
Laboratory of Spacecraft Environment Interaction Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-18  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Sustained Arc Test for Formulating Design Guideline of Solar Array Panel
Hirokazu Masui, Takayuki Ose, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-19  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Development of an Atomic Oxygen Irradiation System for Charging Property Database
Noor Mundari, Hirokazu Masui, Minoru Iwata, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-r-2-20  ( 17:40-18:00 )
Simulation Experiment on High Voltage Solar Array in LEO Plasma Conditions
Koji Tanaka1, Hiroyuki Toyota2, Michio Tajima2, Susumu Sasaki1
1Space Information and Energy Department, ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-r-2-21  ( 18:00-18:20 )
ESD Test for Triple-Junction Space Solar Cells with Monolithic Diode
Yukishige Nozaki1, Hirokazu Masui2, Kazuhiro Toyoda2, Jyunichiro Ninomiya2, Hirokazu Watabe1, Mengu Cho2
1Space Engineering Division, NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
[r-2-4]  Space Environment (3)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 10:00 - 12:00
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Haruhisa Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan) ,
Junichiro Ishizawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-2-22  ( 10:00-10:20 )
Issues and Consequences of Space Environmental Effect on Materials
Masahito Tagawa, Kumiko Yokota
Department of Mechanical Emgineering, Kobe University, Japan
2008-r-2-23  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Effect of Long Time Orbit Exposure Test on Solid Lubricative Coating
Masahiro Tosa1, Akira Kasahara1, Masahiro Goto1, Yuriy Pihosh1, Eiji Miyazaki2, Yugo Kimoto2, Mineo Suzuki2, Kichiro Imagawa2
1Materials Reliability Center, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-24  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Effect of Atomic Oxygen and Ultraviolet Rays Irradiation to Aerogel
Riyo Yamanaka, Yugo Kimoto
Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-25  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of Plane-parallel Impact-ionization Dust Detectors with Large Aperture: A Candidate for Kibo Exposed Facility Payload
Sho Sasaki1, Hideo Ohashi2, Takayuki Hirai2, Takeo Iwai3, Hiromi Shibata4, Ken-ichi Nogami5, Masayuki Fujii6
1RISE Project Office, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2Tokyo Univ. Marine Science and Technology, Japan, 3Univ. Tokyo, Japan, 4Kyoto Univ., Japan, 5Dokkyo Univ. School of Medicine, Japan, 6Waseda Univ., Japan
2008-r-2-26  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Research on Europa's Dust Cloud at The Open University's Hypervelocity Impact (HVI) Laboratory
Katarina Miljkovic1, Emma Taylor1, Nigel Mason1, John Zarnecki2
1Physics and Astronomy, The Open University, UK, 2Planetary and Space Science Research Institute, The Open University, UK
2008-r-2-27  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Titan Satellite Would be a Carbon-Cluster Factory -From Gas-Gun Experiment-
Tetsu Mieno1, Sunao Hasegawa2
1Department of Physics, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2ISAS, JAXA, Japan
[r-2-5]  Debris (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 15:50
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Toshiya Hanada (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
J.-C. Liou (ESCG/ERC, USA)
2008-r-2-28  ( 13:30-13:50 )
UN Resolution on Space Debris Mitigation: Rules, Implementation and International Control
Setsuko Aoki
Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University, Japan
2008-r-2-29  ( 13:50-14:10 )
An Assessment of the Current LEO Debris Environment and What Needs to be Done to Preserve it for Future Generations
J.-C. Liou
ESCG/ERC, USA
2008-r-2-30  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Test Result of New Observational Strategy for Detection of Eccentric Objects Near the Geosynchronous Region
Toshifumi Yanagisawa, Hirohisa Kurosaki, Atsushi Nakajima
Advanced Space Technology Research Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-31  ( 14:30-14:50 )
R&D on Space Debris Detection Software
Emi Imai1, Taisei Fukaya2, Hirohisa Kurosaki3, Atsushi Nakajima3
1Mechanical Engineering, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University,Japan, 3JAXA,Japan
2008-r-2-32  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Optical Observation of LEO Debris Caused by Feng Yun 1C
Hirohisa Kurosaki, Toshifumi Yanagisawa, Atsushi Nakajima
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan
2008-r-2-33  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Space Debris Mitigation Efforts through the Disposition of the Service Module of the Unmanned Space Experiment Recovery System (USERS)
Koichi Ijichi1, Atsuo Ushikoshi1, Shuji Nakamura1, Hiroshi Kanai2
1Advanced Satellite Project Department, Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan, 2Institute for Unamanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan
2008-r-2-34  ( 15:30-15:50 )
For Better Calculation of the Average Cross-Sectional Area of Breakup Fragments
Toshiya Hanada1, Jer-Chyi Liou2, Paula Krisko3, Takashi Nakajima4
1Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan, 2ESCG/ERC, USA, 3ESCG/Jacobs, USA, 4ISAS/JAXA, Japan
[r-2-6]  Debris (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 16:00 - 18:00
Room : Room G
Chairpersons : Yukihito Kitazawa (IHI, Japan) ,
Satomi Kawamoto (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan)
2008-r-2-35  ( 16:00-16:20 )
What can We do and should do for the Space Environment, Debris ?
Masaya Mine
NEC Corporation, Japan
2008-r-2-36  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Strategy for Active Debris Removal Using Electrodynamic Tether
Satomi Kawamoto, Yasushi Ohkawa, Shoji Kitamura, Shin-ichiro Nishida
Institute of Aerospace Technology, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-37  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Recovery Method for Small Debris as Small Satellite Mission
Toshiaki Iwata
Energy Technology Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
2008-r-2-38  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Hypervelocity Impact Experiment on Thin Film Structure
Yoichi Nagaoka1, Koji Tanaka2, Susumu Sasaki2
1Department of Space and Astronautical Science, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Research Division for Space Applications, ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2008-r-2-39  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Two-stage Light Gas Gun HEK
Hideyuki Tanno, Tomoyuki Komuro, Kazuo Sato, Katsuhiro Itoh, Masahiro Takahashi
Space Transportation propulsion research and development center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-40  ( 17:40-18:00 )
Research and Development of Electrodynamic Tethers for Space Debris Mitigation
Yasushi Ohkawa, Satomi Kawamoto, Shoji Kitamura, Shin-ichiro Nishida
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan
[r-3-1]  Space Law and Policy (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 15:00 - 16:20
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS), Japan) ,
Hiroshi Yoshida (excalibur KK, Japan)
2008-r-3-01  ( 15:00-15:20 )
Analysis of Commercial Transportation Services to Propellant Depots
A.C. Charania, Dominic DePasquale, John Olds
SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA
2008-r-3-02  ( 15:20-15:40 )
Japanese Fundamental Law on the Space Activities
Yasuaki Hashimoto
Research Department, The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan
2008-r-3-03  ( 15:40-16:00 )
The Possibility of Soft Law in the field of Arms Control in Outer Space - Focusing on the ASAT Code of Conduct -
Yukiko Kodachi
Keio University, Japan
2008-r-3-04  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Key Aspects of a European Space Situational Awareness System
Wolfgang Rathgeber
European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), Austria
[r-3-2]  Space Law and Policy (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/3 16:30 - 17:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS), Japan) ,
Masahiko Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2008-r-3-05  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Consideration On the Legal Aspects of Japanese Private Launch Activities in Relation to Japanese Penal Code
Saeko Sakamoto, Seiko Morikawa, Yuri Ishizu
Legal Affairs Division, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-3-06  ( 16:50-17:10 )
Study of Economical Efficiency of HEOs -Based Ku-Band Mobile Communication for Ambulatory Application
Yasumitsu Tomioka, Isao Nakajima, Toshihiko Kitano, Hiroshi Juzoji
Nakajima Lab. School of Medicine, Tokai University, Japan
2008-r-3-07  ( 17:10-17:30 )
Japanese New Space Law and Policy from Industry Perspective
Hiroshi Yoshida
CEO, excalibur KK, Japan
[s-1]  Space Engineering, Orbit Analysis and Asteroid
Session Date : 2008/6/4 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Yoshiaki Nakamura (Nagoya University, Japan) ,
Hirokazu Tahara (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
2008-s-01  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Infra-free (IF) Architecture System as the Method for Post- Disaster Shelter Model
Huai Chang
Department of Architecture, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-02  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Antarctic-Lunar Analog: A South Pole Experience for Planning Projects on the Moon
Yuki Takahashi
Physics Department, University of California, Berkeley, USA
2008-s-03  ( 14:10-14:30 )
"Progressive Development of International Law" on Remote Sensing Activities: from the View of International Cooperation
Masatoshi Fukunaga
Keio University, Japan
2008-s-04  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Economic Rationality of On-Orbit Servicing by Reduction of Transportation Cost
Yasuhiro Akiyama
University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-05  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Effect of Diameter on Thermocapillary Convection in Liquid Bridge (Preliminary Experiment for the JEM Experiment)
Kiyofumi Hirokawa
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2008-s-06  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Two-Step Simulation for the Formation of Asteroid Itokawa from the Restricted Three-body Problem to the Multi-body Problem
Masatoshi Hirabayashi
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of TOKYO, Japan
[s-2]  Satellite (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/4 15:40 - 17:40
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : P. M. Bainum (Howard University, USA) ,
Yoshiki Yamagiwa (Shizuoka University, Japan)
2008-s-07  ( 15:40-16:00 )
"Excelsior"-a Soka University Pico-satellite
Hironobu Kume
Faculty of Engineering, University of Soka, Japan
2008-s-08  ( 16:00-16:20 )
University of Tokyo Nano Satellite Project "PRISM"
Mitsuhito Komatsu
Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-09  ( 16:20-16:40 )
System Identification and Nonlinear Temperature Control Law of Insulation and Heat Transport System for Space Using Fluorinated Inactive Liquids
Masayuki Sugita
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
2008-s-10  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Out-of-Plane Orbital Transfer for Tethered Satellite Systems
Masaoki Iwase
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyushu University, Japan
2008-s-11  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Development of a Small-scale Combustor Applying the Pellet Catalyst for Controlling Infrared Ray Irradiation
Go Ohmura
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shibahara laboratory, Osaka university, Japan
2008-s-12  ( 17:20-17:40 )
The Selection and Development of Antistatic Coating for Space Applications
Musashi Sakamoto
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
[s-3]  Satellite (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/5 10:00 - 12:00
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : P. M. Bainum (Howard University, USA) ,
Yasuhiro Akahoshi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2008-s-13  ( 10:00-10:20 )
Model Acquisition Using Probabilistic Reasoning and Statistical Learning, and Application to Fault Detection for Spacecraft
Akihiro Yoshiki
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-14  ( 10:20-10:40 )
Preliminary Analysis of Electrostatic Charging of Traveling Wave Tube
Tetsunori Nagata
Electrical Engineering, Kyusyhu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-15  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Experimental Study of the Contamination Simulator
Tomoyuki Yamamoto
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-16  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Arc Tracking between Space Cables Due to Electrostatic Discharge
Hikaru Kayano
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-17  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Research on Space Environmental Adaptability of Cable for SSPS
Yusuke Sadakane
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-18  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Design of a Fault Tolerant Computer System Using Commercial -Off-the-Shelf FPGA for Pico-Scale-Satellite
Yuta Suzaki
Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
[s-4]  Space Debris and Ablator
Session Date : 2008/6/5 13:00 - 15:00
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Shigeru Aso (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
Harunori Nagata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2008-s-19  ( 13:00-13:20 )
Adaptive Feature-based Visual Servo for Capture of a Rotating Target
Yuji Otaka
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-20  ( 13:20-13:40 )
Current Control of Electrodynamic Tether Using GPS Measurements
Chiharu Kikkawa
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2008-s-21  ( 13:40-14:00 )
Investigation of Degradation and Failure of Carbon Nanotube Cathodes
Nanako Saito
Shizuoka University, Japan
2008-s-22  ( 14:00-14:20 )
DEPLOYMENT AN ELECTRODYNAMIC TETHER FROM A SMALL SATELLITE
Yuki Kobayashi
Shizuoka University, Japan
2008-s-23  ( 14:20-14:40 )
Preliminary Study of Development of Space Debris Removal Method Using Electrostatic Force
Yasunori Furukawa
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-24  ( 14:40-15:00 )
An Experimental Study on Thermal Response of Lightweight Carbon-Phenolic Ablators
Yusuke Kobayashi
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
[s-5]  Magnetohydrodynamics, Tether and Robotics
Session Date : 2008/6/5 15:10 - 16:50
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : P. M. Bainum (Howard University, USA) ,
Hiroyuki Ogawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-s-25  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Evaluation of Magnetic Field Inflation in the Laboratory Model of Magnetoplasma Sail
Tomohiro Ayabe
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tokai University, Japan
2008-s-26  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Numerical Study of the Magnetic Diffusion Effects in Magneto Plasma Sail
Tomoya Fujimoto
Graduate School of Engineering, Shizuoka University, Japan
2008-s-28  ( 15:50-16:10 )
Analytical and Experiment Evaluation of Electrodynamic Tether Propulsion with zMagnetic Coil(Mag-Tether)
Kazuhiro Hara
Graduated School of Engineering, University of Shizuoka, Japan
2008-s-29  ( 16:10-16:30 )
Development of Measurement System of Field Emission Electron on a Electron-emitting Film
Yoshihiko Fujiwara
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-30  ( 16:30-16:50 )
Intelligent Workspace for Space Robots Using Visual Markers
Satoshi Hirashita
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
[s-6]  Formation Flight, Aerodynamics, Transportation
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:30 - 10:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Shigeru Aso (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
Ikuo Hirata (Shizuoka University, Japan)
2008-s-31  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Formation Flight Control of Airship by Virtual Structure and Sliding Mode Control
Ryuichi Hagioka
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-s-32  ( 8:50-9:10 )
Aerodynamic Force Measurement and Flow Visualization of Laser Energy Deposition over a Blunt Body in Supersonic Flow
Yohei Sekiya
Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Nagoya, Japan
2008-s-33  ( 9:10-9:30 )
State Estimation and Control of Air Launch Rocket
Masashi Miura
Department of Space and Astronautical Science, SOKENDAI, Japan
2008-s-34  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Wind Tunnel Test of Mach 5-Class Hypersonic Airplane
Hiroki Nakatani
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2008-s-35  ( 9:50-10:10 )
Experimental Investigation of TSTO Aerodynamic Interaction Flowfield at Hypersonic Speed
Hiroshi Ozawa
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nagoya Universitry, Japan
2008-s-36  ( 10:10-10:30 )
Experimental Investigation of N2 Rovibrational Relalxation behind Strong Shock Waves
Gouji Yamada
The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan
[s-7]  Electric and Microwave PDE Propulsion
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:40 - 12:40
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Shigeru Aso (Kyushu University, Japan) ,
Kimiya Komurasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2008-s-37  ( 10:40-11:00 )
Influence of Azimuthally Nonuniform Propellant Flow Rate on Thrust Vector and Discharge Current Oscillation in a Hall Thruster
Yasuhiro Fukushima
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-38  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Experimental Study of an Applied-Field Magnetoplasmadynamic Thruster
Ryota Takaya
Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Nagoya, Japan
2008-s-39  ( 11:20-11:40 )
An Ion Machined Accelerator Grid for the ECR Ion Thruster
Yasuhiro Toyoda
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-40  ( 11:40-12:00 )
Performance Measurement of Powdered Propellant Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Takefumi Saito
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-41  ( 12:00-12:20 )
Thrust Measurement of Microwave Rocket with Repetitive Pulse Operation
Yuya Shiraishi
Departmnt of Advenced Energy, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-s-42  ( 12:20-12:40 )
Experiment Research of Autonomous Driving Valve for Pulse Detonation Engine
Ken Matsuoka
Department of Engineering Mechanics and Energy, University of Tsukuba, Japan
[t-1]  Systems Engineering and Information Technology (1)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 13:30 - 15:30
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Tetsuya Toma (Keio University, Japan) ,
Masafumi Katahira (JAXA, Japan)
2008-t-01  ( 13:30-13:50 )
Effective Project Management of Small Satellite Projects from the System Engineer's Point of View, An Example of the Small Satellite Flying Laptop Project
Toshinori Kuwahara, Hans-Peter Roeser, Albert Falke
Institute of Space Systems, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany
2008-t-02  ( 13:50-14:10 )
Strategic Systems Engineering Revisited
Yoshiaki Ohkami1, Hidekazu Nishimura2
1Advanced Research Center, Systems Design and Management, Keio University, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2008-t-03  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Systems Engineering Enchancement Initiative in JAXA
Masashi Okada, Shizuo Yamamoto, Toshifumi Mukai
Systems Engineering Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-t-04  ( 14:30-14:50 )
A Study of Safety Evaluation Simulation for Manrated Space Transportation System
Ryoma Yamashiro
Space Transportation System Research and Development Center, JAXA, Japan
2008-t-05  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Optimization of Rocket Operational Efficiency and Risk
Toshiaki Takemae, Toru Shimada
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA), Japan
2008-t-06  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Probabilistic Risk Assessment for Japanese Experiment Module (JEM)
Masami Miki1, Satomi Takada2
1Department of S&PA, JAMSS, Japan, 2Department of S&MA, JAXA, Japan
[t-2]  Systems Engineering and Information Technology (2)
Session Date : 2008/6/6 16:00 - 17:40
Room : Room H
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Miyoshi (JAXA, Japan) ,
Nobuto Yoshioka (JAXA, Japan)
2008-t-08  ( 16:00-16:20 )
Development of Satellite Design-Aid System
Toshihiko Yamawaki1, Yoshio Morooka1, Takahiro Nakatsuka1, Atsushi Morishita2, Nobuto Yoshioka1, Ikunao Tada1, Yasushi Ueda1, Keizo Nakagawa3, Toshiyuki Nakashima4
1JEDI Center, JAXA, Japan, 2IT Consultant, Japan, 3GCOM Project, JAXA, Japan, 4Fujitsu Limited, Japan
2008-t-09  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Engineering-Tools Integration Framework 'COMGY' for a Satellite Designing
Yasushi Ueda1, Nobuto Yoshioka1, Toshihiko Yamawaki1, Atsushi Morishita2
1JEDI, JAXA, Japan, 2IT Consultant, Japan
2008-t-10  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Definition of User-requirement for Design Support Systems for Space Systems
Yuji Kado, Toshihiro Yamawaki, Nobuyuki Iizuka, Keiichiro Fujimoto, Akira Oyama, Koichi Okita
JAXA's Engineering Digital Innovation Center (JEDI), JAXA, Japan
2008-t-11  ( 17:00-17:20 )
Intelligent Mission Analysis System concept for Responsive Advanced Solid Rocket
Takeshi Tamura1, Hirohito Ohtsuka1, Naruhisa Sano1, Yasuhiro Morita2, Takayuki Imoto2, Moriyasu Fukuzoe2
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-t-12  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Knowledge Management Activity in Satellite domain in Japanese Space Agency
Hiroaki Tateshita, Midori Soga, Takao Fukuda, Hiroshi Miyoshi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
[u-1]  Space Education and Outreach : Challenges for the Next Generation
Session Date : 2008/6/6 8:30 - 10:10
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Stig Kemi (Swedish Space Corporation Esrange, Sweden) ,
Makoto Yoshikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2008-u-01  ( 8:30-8:50 )
Virtual Space Culture Center keeps the Dream Alive : the Story of C22SR in La Reunion
Guy PIGNOLET
Science Sainte Rose, Reunion
2008-u-02  ( 8:50-9:10 )
A Teachers' Message from Space -- "Teachers in Space" Has Been Launched For Children
Misuzu Onuki1, Edward Wright2, Charles Lauer3, Chrissy Pappe4
1Space Frontier Foundation, Japan, 2United States Rocket Academy, 3Rocketplane Global, 4Spase Explorers, Inc.
2008-u-03  ( 9:10-9:30 )
An Example of Space Education : Astronomy Programs at Paris Observatory
Jean Souchay
SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, France
2008-u-04  ( 9:30-9:50 )
Looking Back, Looking Forward and Aiming Higher:Visions of the Next 50 years in Space
Christopher Boshuizen1, Tiffany Frierson2, Heng Shi3, Bijal Thakore4, Kathleen Corderre5
1Space-Industry.com, Australia, 2University of Memphis, 3Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, 4International Space University, 5Lockheed Martin Corporation
2008-u-05  ( 9:50-10:10 )
KEEPING UP WITH THE FUTURE:PREPARING LEADERSHIP TALENT FOR THE EVOLVING SPACE SECTOR
Walter Peeters
International Space University (ISU), France
[u-2]  Space Education and Outreach : Practical Rocket Activities
Session Date : 2008/6/6 10:20 - 12:20
Room : Room A
Chairpersons : Walter Peeters (International Space University (ISU), France) ,
Misuzu Onuki (Space Frontier Foundation, Japan)
2008-u-06  ( 10:20-10:40 )
The French National Rockets Launching Campaign and the Dawn of its Collaboration with Japanese Amateur Space Clubs
Christophe Scicluna1, Kenji Ogimoto2, Minoru Sasaki3, Koichi Yonemoto4
1Space Division, Planete Sciences, France, 2Space Club Kansai, Japan, 3Department of Human and Information Systems Engineering, Gifu University, Japan, 4Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-u-07  ( 10:40-11:00 )
System Development of an Experimental Rocket for Launching Campaign Organized by French Association Planete Sciences
Minoru Sasaki1, Noriaki Nakano2, Satoru Ohmayu1
1Department of Human and Information Systems Engineering, Gifu University, Japan, 2Space Club Gifu
2008-u-08  ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of 90 kgf class CAMUI hybrid rocket for a CanSat experiment
Harunori Nagata1, Tsutomu Uematsu2, Mitsunori Ito1, Akihito Kakikura1, Yudai Kaneko1, Kazuhiro Mori1, Norikazu Muroi3, Tatsuhiro Sato3, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi3, Tsuyoshi Totani1
1Division of Mechanical and Space Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Camuispaceworks Co. Ltd., 3Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-u-09  ( 11:20-11:40 )
Collaborative Sounding Rocket Launch in Alaska and Development of Hybrid Rockets
Tomohisa Ono, Akimasa Tsutsumi, Toshiyuki Ito, Yuji Kan
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokai University, Japan
2008-u-10  ( 11:40-12:00 )
A German-Swedish Collaboration for Student Experiments at Esrange/Sweden
Stig Kemi1, Lennart Poromaa1, Thorwald Larsson2, Per Magnusson2, Johan Marcopoulos2, Peter Turner3
1Aerospace Service Division, Swedish Space Corporation Esrange, Sweden, 2Swedish National Space Board, Sweden, 3German Space Agency DLR/Moraba, Germany
2008-u-11  ( 12:00-12:20 )
Space Education for Practical Engineering Design
Hiroaki Akiyama, Hitoshi Doki
AKITA Univ., Japan
[u-3]  Space Education and Outreach : Unique Satellite Projects
Session Date : 2008/6/6 14:10 - 16:10
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Christophe Scicluna (Planete Sciences, France) ,
Junya Terazono (The University of Aizu, Japan)
2008-u-12  ( 14:10-14:30 )
Philosophy of the CanSat Development Program at Tokyo Tech And the CanSat Project in 2007, "Phoenix"
Junichi Nishida, Hiroki Ashida, Shinichi Inagawa, Masaki Maeno, Kota Fujihashi, Yusuke Hagiwara, Yoshiyuki Miura, Saburo Matunaga
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-u-13  ( 14:30-14:50 )
Space Outreach Program Using CANSAT-Kit
Takashi Eishima, Shinichi Nakasuka, Yuya Nakamura
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-u-14  ( 14:50-15:10 )
Project Based Learning of Space Engineering Through the Development of nano Satellite
Masahiko Yamazaki, Kosuke Arita, Yuta Araki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki, Yoshitaka Nakamura, Kazuo Matsubara
Nihon University, Japan
2008-u-15  ( 15:10-15:30 )
Orbital Experiment of Nano-satellite "HIT-SAT" as a Sub-payload of M-V Rocket
Tatsuhiro Sato1, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi1, Shin Satori1, Kosei Isimura2, Tsuyoshi Totani2, Akihiro Nakamura2, Kotaro Hori3, Toshihiko Yasunaka4
1Department of Electronics,Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3B.U.G, INC., Japan, 4Uematsu Electric Co.Ltd., Japan
2008-u-16  ( 15:30-15:50 )
Kagawa Satellite STARS in Shikoku
Masahiro Nohmi, Takeshi Yamamoto, Akira Andatsu, Youhei Takagi, Yuusuke Nishikawa, Takashi Kaneko, Daisuke Kunitomi
Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan
2008-u-17  ( 15:50-16:10 )
Improvement in University Satellite Operation Using Ground Station Network
Yasuhisa Oda1, Mitsuhito Komatsu2, Naomi Kurahara3, Yuya Nakamura2, Yuji Sakamoto4, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Anura Wickramanayake5, Priya Fernando5
1Department of Advanced Energy, the University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of Electric Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Tohoku Univeristy, Japan, 5Department of Space Engineering, Lueao Univerisity of Technology, Sweden
[u-4]  Space Education and Outreach : Understanding for Space Projects
Session Date : 2008/6/6 16:20 - 18:20
Room : Room E
Chairpersons : Jean Souchay (Observatoire de Paris, Frence) ,
Akemi Kurotani (JAXA, Japan)
2008-u-18  ( 16:20-16:40 )
Water Rocket Seen from Educational Point of View
Toshiaki Takemae
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-u-19  ( 16:40-17:00 )
Paper Models of Spacecrafts for Education and Public Outreach
Seiichi Sakamoto
ISAS, JAXA, Japan
2008-u-20  ( 17:00-17:20 )
ARLISS Comeback Competition: Six-year History of Autonomous Rover Challenge
Kazuya Yoshida
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2008-u-21  ( 17:20-17:40 )
Creationg Space Culture using "Kibo"
Masato Koyama, Naoko Matsuo
Space Environment Utilization Center, JAXA, Japan
2008-u-22  ( 17:40-18:00 )
Space Education Strategy Using Data Obtained by Lunar and Planetary Missions
Junya Terazono1, Makoto Yoshikawa2, Naoki Wakabayashi3
1Information Systems and Technology Center, The University of Aizu, Japan, 2The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
2008-u-23  ( 18:00-18:20 )
Education and Outreach of Asteroid Sample Return Mission Hayabusa
Makoto Yoshikawa, Hitoshi Kuninaka, Junichiro Kawaguchi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
 Poster Session
Session Date : 2008/6/5 18:30 - 20:00
Room : Exhibition Hall
2008-a-46p
Burning Characteristics and Mechanical Properties of AP/HTPB Propellant Containing Glycerin as a Plasticizer
Makoto Kohga, Kayoko Okamoto
Department of Applied Chemistry, National Defense Academy, Japan
2008-b-50p
Performance and Plasma Characteristics of a Quasi-Steady MPD Thruster with Cusp and Divergent-Nozzle Magnetic Field
Hirokazu Tahara
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-51p
Effects of Magnetic Field Configuration and Electrically-Floating Metal Plates for Low-Power Cylindrical Hall Thrusters
Hirokazu Tahara
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-52p
Performance Characteristics of a Direct-Current Arcjet Generator with NH3, mixture of H2 and N2, and CO2 Working Gases
Hirokazu Tahara, Ukio Kobatake, Hiroto Kamogawa
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-53p
Ground-Based Experiment and Numerical Simulation of Current Collection to Bare Tethers in High-Speed Magnetized Plasma
Hirokazu Tahara, Ryosuke Utsumi, Naomitsu Uemura
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-54p
Research and Development of Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thrusters for Project of Osaka Institute of Technology Electric-Rocket-Engine onboard Small Space Ship (PROITERES)
Hirokazu Tahara, Shunsuke Kuroki, Go Yoshimoto, Yuki Miyai
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-55p
Performance Change Prediction in Long Operation for Magnetic-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters
Hirokazu Tahara, Ken-ichi Fukushima, Shigeki Omori, Hiroaki Agata
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-56p
Performance Enhancement by Discharge Channel Structure Improvement for Anode-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters
Hirokazu Tahara, Shigeki Omori, Ken-ichi Fukushima, Hiroaki Agata
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-57p
Design Analysis of Magnetoplasma Sail Propulsion System
Hiroki Sato1, Takayasu Fujino2, Kenichi Kubota3, Ikkoh Funaki4, Hiroshi Yamakawa5
1Department of Energy Engineering, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Department of Engineering Mechanics and Energy, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3Department of Energy Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Space Transportation Division, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 5Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan
2008-b-58p
A Numerical Simulation of the Channel Wall Erosion Having Anomalous Transport in Hall Thrusters
Hiroyuki Nakamoto, Yasunori Nejoh
Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-b-59p
Neutralizer Development by Carbon Nanotube Cathode for Small Ion Engine
Yoshiyuki Takao1, Akihiro Kugimiya1, Shinobu Nagai1, Naoji Yamamoto2, Hideki Nakashima2
1Oita National College of Technology, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2008-b-60p
Study of 2.5~10cm Size Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster
Yoshiyuki Takao1, Akihiro Kugimiya1, Shinobu Nagai1, Naoji Yamamoto2, Hideki Nakashima2
1Oita National College of Technology, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2008-c-47p
Visualization and Numerical Simulation on the Jet of Linear Shaped Charges
Hitoshi Miyoshi1, Makoto Hikiji2, Masami Todokoro2
1Project Division, Chugoku Kayaku Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Yoshii Plant, Chugoku Kayaku Co., Ltd., Japan
2008-c-48p
On-Orbit System Identification Experiments of the Engineering Test Satellite-VIII
Tokio Kasai1, Isao Yamaguchi1, Hirotaka Igawa1, Shinji Mitani2, Takashi Ohtani2, Masafumi Ikeda3, Kei Sunagawa4
1Structure Technology Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Spacecraft Guidance, Control and Dynamics Engineering Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Satellite Operations Engineering Department, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 4Satellite Applications and Promotion Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-c-49p
High Temperature Gas Generator for Evaluation of C/C Composite Cooled Structure
Fumiei Ono1, Masao Takegoshi1, Toshihito Saito1, Shuichi Ueda1, Osamu Hayasaka2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Foundation for Promotion of Japanese Aerospace Technology (JAST), Japan
2008-c-51p
Progressive Failure of Woven Composites Structure under Transverse Loading
Liqun Xing1, Kenneth Reifsnider1, Xinyu Huang2
1Mechanical Department, University of South Carolina, USA, 2Mechanical Department, University of Connecticut, USA
2008-d-63p
Estimation of Space Debris Rotation Motion by Iterative Least Square Method
Hirohisa Kojima1, Masayuki Soda2, Yutaka Usuda1, Keiichiro Kimoto2, Junya Ohkami2
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, Japan
2008-h-51p
Microgoravity Experiment plans for ISS Applied Research Center Promotion Program
Naokiyo Koshikawa1, Takatoshi Kinoshita2, Masayoshi Tanaka2, Katsuhiro Yamamoto2, Masahiko Abe3, Hideki Sakai3, Toshio Sakai3, Akira Miyamoto3, Koji Kubota4
1Space Utilization Research Center, JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 4Chiyoda Advanced Solutions Corporation
2008-h-52p
Influence of Gravity on Crystallization of Charged Colloidal Particles
Zhiwei Sun, Sheng-Hua Xu, Lei Liu
NML, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2008-h-53p
Flight Data of a CIGS Thin film Solar Cell Module without a Coverglass by a Pico satellite
Shirou Kawakita1, Mitsuru Imaizumi1, Koichi Kibe1, Yuuya Nakamura2, Shinichi Nakasuka2
1Space Power Engineering Group, JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-h-54p
A Hardware Method to Realize Control System in the Cabinet of Microgravity Drop Tower
Hai Lin, Shixin Wan, Zhaohong Chi, Jingchang Xie
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mechanics, NML, China
2008-h-55p
Development of the Next Generation Type Water Recovery System
Mitsuo Oguchi1, Satoru Tachihara2, Yoshiaki Maeda3, Terumi Ueoka3, Fujito Soejima3
1Advanced Space Technology Research Group, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tsukuba Space Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3New Medican Tech Corporation, Japan
2008-k-68p
Development of the EUV Detector for the BepiColombo Mission
Kazuo Yoshioka, Go Murakami, Takenori Toyota
Department of Earth and Planetary Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-k-69p
Development of the High-resolution FUV Detector for the BepiColombo Mission
Go Murakami, Fukuhiro Ezawa, Kazuo Yoshioka, Takenori Toyota
Department of Earth and Planetary Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-k-70p
Japanese Geospace Exploration during the Next Solar Maximum: The ERG Project
Takayuki Ono1, Yasumasa Kasaba1, Atsushi Kumamoto1, Masahumi Hirahara2, Takeshi Takashima3, Kazushi Asamura3, Ayako Matsuoka3, Kazuo Shiokawa4, Kanako Seki4, Yoshizumi Miyoshi4
1Graduate School Science, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 4Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-k-71p
Are the Simulants Simulating "Space Weathering" All-round?
Jun Saito1, Masateru Ishiguro2
1Research and Development Center, PASCO Corporation, Japan, 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, Seoul National University
2008-k-72p
Lunar Magnetic Field Observation by MAP-LMAG onboard SELENE (KAGUYA): ground and in-orbit calibration
Hisayoshi Shimizu1, Futoshi Takahashi2, Masaki Matsushima2, Hidetoshi Shibuya3, Hideo Tsunakawa2
1Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Department of Earth Sciences, Kumamoto University, Japan
2008-m-16p
Observation of Neutral Sodium above Mercury during the Transit on November 9, 2006
Takenori Toyota, Junya Ono, Kazuo Yoshioka, Go Murakami, Fukuhiro Ezawa
Department of Earth and Planetary Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2008-m-17p
Measurements of the Vertical Distributions of N2O Isotopomer Ratios in the Stratosphere Using a Balloon-borne Cryogenic Sampler
Sakae Toyoda1, Naohiro Yoshida1, Satoshi Sugawara2, Shigeyuki Ishidoya3, Shuji Aoki3, Takakiyo Nakazawa3, Toshinobu Machida4, Gen Hashida5, Shinji Morimoto5, Hideyuki Honda6, Ayumi Ohkawa3
1Department of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Miyagi University of Education, Japan, 3Tohoku University, Japan, 4National Institute of Environmental Studies, Japan, 5National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, 6JAXA, Japan
2008-m-18p
Development of Quartz Friction Gauge on Board Balloon and Sounding Rocket
Junichi Kurihara1, Takumi Abe2, Isao Murata3, Kaoru Sato4, Yoshihiro Tomikawa5
1Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University, Japan, 4Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 5National Institute of Polar Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan
2008-m-19p
Developments of the Sliding Launcher and Related Facilities for the New Japanese Balloon Base
Hideyuki Fuke, Daisuke Akita, Issei Iijima, Naoki Izutsu, Jiro Kawada, Eiichi Mizuta, Yukihiko Matsuzaka, Michiyoshi Namiki, Naoki Nonaka, Shigeo Ohta, Yoshitaka Saito
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2008-m-20p
Development of a 2.5 um Polyethylene Film for the High Altitude Balloon
Eiichi Mizuta1, Daisuke Akita1, Hideaki Fuke1, Issei Iijima1, Naoki Izutsu1, Jiro Kawada1, Yukihiko Matsuzaka1, Yoshitaka Saito1, Kouji Ichimura2, Tsutomu Kobayashi3
1ISAS, JAXA, Japan, 2UBE-MARUZEN POLYETHYLENE CO., LTD., Japan, 3SHIBATAYA KAKOHSHI CO., LTD., Japan
2008-n-24p
Monitoring Historical Drought Using Vegetation Water Temperature Condition Index in Nepal and Northeastern India
Naresh Shakya, Yasushi Yamaguchi
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Japan
2008-n-25p
Surface Heat Fluxes in Heterogeneous Area by Remote Sensing
Hemu Kafle, Yasushi Yamaguchi
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-n-26p
An Introduction of Commercial Earth Observation with TerraSAR-X in Japan
Jun Saito1, Akio Suehiro2, Hiroyuki Okada2, Masahiro Ogawa2, Shuhei Hikosaka2, Yuzuru Matsui2, Toshifumi Hiramatsu2
1Research and Development Center, PASCO Corporation, Japan, 2Satellite Business Division, PASCO Corporation, Japan
2008-n-27p
Characterizing the Urban Growth of Hanoi City from 1975 to 2003 by Remote Sensing and a Spatial Metric
Pham Hai, Yasushi Yamaguchi
Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-n-28p
L-band InSAR Coherence for the Muroto Area, Shikoku, Japan
Makoto Omura
Department of Environmental Science, Kochi Women's University, Japan
2008-n-29p
Analysis of Deforestation Using Landsat MSS, TM and ETM+ Imageries and its Influence on Rainfall in Amazonia
Megumi Maruyama, Yasushi Yamaguchi
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan
2008-n-30p
Design and Concept of the Compact Infrared Camera (CIRC) with Uncooled Infrared Detector
Haruyoshi Katayama, Yoshihiko Okamura, Yoshio Tange, Kouji Nakau
Office of Space Applications, Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-n-31p
Disaster Monitoring Using ALOS/PALSAR Data
Yousuke Miyagi, Masanobu Shimada
Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2008-r-2-41p
Highpervelocity Impact of Space Solar Pannels
Shirou Kawakita1, Go Segami1, Kumi Nitta1, Hiroaki Kusawake1, Masato Takahashi1, Haruhisa Matsumoto2, Sunao Hasegawa3
1Space Power Engineering Group, JAXA, Japan, 2Space Enviroment Measurement Group, JAXA, Japan, 3Institute of Space & Astronautical Science , JAXA, Japan
2008-r-2-42p
Small Total Dose Measurement System for SOHLA-1 and SDS-1
Yugo Kimoto, Yohei Satoh, Hiroshi Tachihara
Institute of Aerospace Technology, JAXA, Japan