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[o-1-1]
Hybrid Rocket: A Safe and Green Space Propulsion Evolution 1
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 18:25
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Toru Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
Harunori Nagata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2011-o-1-01v ( 16:25-16:55 )
Italian National Initiative on Hybrid Propulsion Research & Development
Emanuela D’Aversa
Italian Space Agency, Italy
2011-o-1-02v ( 16:55-17:25 )
Nytrox/Paraffin-Based Hybrid Rockets
Arif Karabeyoglu
Space Propulsion Group, Inc., USA
2011-o-1-03v ( 17:25-17:55 )
University-Based Hybrid Sounding Rocket Research in Taiwan
J.-S. Wu1, T.-H. Chou1, Y.-S. Chen2, H.-W. Hu3, M.-T. Ho4, H.-P. Lin5, T.-L. Chen1, Mathew R. Smith6, Bill Wu2, Y.-Y. Lian2
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2National Space Organization, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan, 3National Pintung University, Taiwan, 4National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 5National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan, 6National Center for High-Performance Computing, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan
2011-o-1-04v ( 17:55-18:25 )
Advanced Solid Fuels for Hybrid Propulsion in ORPHEE
Olivier Orlandi , H. Blanchard , P. Yvart, Ph. Gautier
SAFRAN-SME, France

[o-1-2]
Hybrid Rocket: A Safe and Green Space Propulsion Evolution 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:00
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Arif Karabeyoglu (Space Propulsion Group, Inc., USA)
Keisuke Sawada (Tohoku University, Japan)
2011-o-1-05v ( 8:30-9:00 )
Challenges of Next-Generation Hybrid Rockets
Toru Shimada1, Koki Kitagawa1, Keiichi Ishiko1, Mikiro Motoe2, Yuki Funami2
1JAXA, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-o-1-06v ( 9:00-9:30 )
A Study on Paraffin-based Fuel Hybrid Rockets
Ichiro Nakagawa, Satoshi Hikone, Takafumi Ishiguro, Shinya Maruyama
Tokai University, Japan
2011-o-1-07v ( 9:30-10:00 )
A Study on GAP Hybrid Rocket
Yutaka Wada1, Keiichi Hori2, Katsuya Hasegawa2, Tsuyoshi Yagishita2, Kiyokazu Kobayashi2, Shintaro Iwasaki2, Hideki Satoh2, Makito Nishioka3, Motoyasu Kimura4
1Akita University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3University of Tsukuba, Japan, 4NOF Corporation, Japan

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Hybrid Rocket: A Safe and Green Space Propulsion Evolution 3
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:10 – 11:40
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Olivier Orlandi (SAFRAN – SME, France)
Ichiro Nakagawa (Tokai University, Japan)
2011-o-1-08v ( 10:10-10:40 )
Issues for Combustion Characteristics of Hybrid Rocket Engines
Saburo Yuasa, Kousuke Hirata, Noriko Shiraishi, Takashi Sakaurai
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-o-1-09v ( 10:40-11:10 )
An Equilibrium Calculation Model for Flowfield in Combustion Chamber for Hybrid Rocket Engine
Keisuke Sawada1, Takaya Kouda1, Kanako Yasue2, Yosuke Ogino1
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-o-1-10v ( 11:10-11:40 )
Knowledge Discovery for Hybrid Rocket Conceptual Design Based on Evolutionarily Algorithm
Masahiro Kanazaki1, Yosuke Kitagawa1, Koki Kitagawa2, Masaki Nakamiya2, Toru Shimada2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

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Hybrid Rocket: A Safe and Green Space Propulsion Evolution 4
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Saburo Yuasa (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Jong-Shinn Wu (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
2011-o-1-11v ( 14:40-15:10 )
New Needs of Low-Cost Launcher with Hybrid Rocket Engine for Micro-Satellite and Recent Topic on Increase of Combustion Efficiency with Multi-Swirl Injection
Shigeru Aso1, Yasuhiro Tani1, Yoshihide Hirata1, Takahiro Hayashida1, Ryuji Nakawatase1, Toru Shimada2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-o-1-12v ( 15:10-15:40 )
CAMUI Type Hybrid Rocket as Small Scale Ballistic Flight Testbed
Harunori Nagata1, Tsutomu Uematsu2, Kenichi Ito3
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Uematsu Electric Co., Ltd., 3Hokkaido Aerospace Science and Technology Incubation Center, Japan
2011-o-1-13v ( 15:40-16:10 )
Environmental and Cost Advantages of Reusable Hybrid Rocket Engine
Apollo Fukuchi, Akiyo Aoki, Shinji Igarashi, Kengo Yamamoto
IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan

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Global Progress toward Solar Power Satellites(SPS)
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : John Mankins (Artemis Innovation Management Solutions LLC, USA)
Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2011-o-2-01v ( 14:40-15:10 )
Global Progress towards Space Solar Power
John Mankins
Artemis Innovation Management Solutions LLC, USA
2011-o-2-02v ( 15:10-15:40 )
Sandwich Module Development for Space Solar Power
Paul Jaffe1, John Pasour1, Maria Gonzalez1, Sheleen Spencer1, Michael Nurnberger1, Jeremy Dunay1, Marty Scherr2, Phillip Jenkins1
1U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA, 2Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology, USA
2011-o-2-03v ( 15:40-16:10 )
TBD
Wael Almazeedi
FATE Consortium, USA
2011-o-2-04v ( 16:10-16:40 )
TBD
Leopold Summerer
ESA, the Netherlands

[o-3-1]
AKATSUKI Common Systems 1
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Takeshi Imamura (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Tomoaki Toda (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-3-01v ( 8:30-8:50 )
Overview of the Akatsuki project
Masato Nakamura
ISAS, Japan
2011-o-3-02v ( 8:50-9:10 )
Summary of Akatsuki System and Flight Results
Nobuaki Ishii1, Chikako Hirose1, Takashi Itoh1, Masato Nakamura1, Masatoshi Ebara2, Takeshi Ohshima2
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Co. Ltd., Japan
2011-o-3-03v ( 9:10-9:30 )
Orbital Design Strategies for Akatsuki Mission
Chikako Hirose1, Nobuaki Ishii1, Takayuki Yamamoto1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1, Chiaki Ukai2, Hiroshi Terada2, Masatoshi Ebara3
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd., Japan, 3NEC Corporation, Japan
2011-o-3-04v ( 9:30-9:50 )
Orbit Determination of AKATSUKI (Venus Climate Orbiter)
Tsutomu Ichikawa1, Nobuaki Ishii1, Hiroshi Takeuchi1, Makoto Yoshikawa1, Chiaki Aoshima2, Nobuhiro Miyahara2
1JAXA, Japan, 2FUJITSU LIMITED, Japan
2011-o-3-05v ( 9:50-10:10 )
Venus Orbit Insertion (VOI) Operation of the Attitude and Orbit Control System (AOCS) of Akatsuki
Shinichiro Narita1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1, Toshihiro Kurii2, Takeshi Yoshizawa2, Kota Matsushima2, Nobuaki Ishii1, Masato Nakamura1
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan
2011-o-3-06v ( 10:10-10:30 )
Propulsion System of Akatsuki
Junichi Nakatsuka, Shinichiro Narita
JAXA, Japan

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AKATSUKI Common Systems 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:40 – 12:40
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Nobuaki Ishii (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Shinichiro Narita (JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-3-07v ( 10:40-11:00 )
Flight Demonstration of AKATSUKI X Band Deep Space Communication Technologies
Tomoaki Toda, Atsushi Tomiki, Yuta Kobayashi, Nobuaki Ishii
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-o-3-08v ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of Communication Antenna System for Akatsuki
Yukio Kamata
JAXA, Japan
2011-o-3-09v ( 11:20-11:40 )
Structural Design and Development of Akatsuki
Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Takayuki Sato2, Toshiaki Okudaira2
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Toshiba Space Systems, Japan
2011-o-3-10v ( 11:40-12:00 )
Design of Thermal Control System for Akatsuki
Sumitaka Tachikawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-o-3-11v ( 12:00-12:20 )
Development and In-orbit Performance of Akatsuki Solar Array
Yukishige Nozaki1, Hiroyuki Toyota2, Takanobu Shimada2, Naoyuki Kaneko3, Misa Konno3, Nobuo Kenmochi1
1NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd., Japan
2011-o-3-12v ( 12:20-12:40 )
Development of Lithium-Ion Battery for “Akatsuki”
Hiroki Oto1, Kenji Ohira1, Masahiro Yamamoto1, Hiroyuki Inafuku1, Hiroyuki Toyota2, Masatoshi Uno2, Kazuyuki Hirose2, Michio Tajima2
1The Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[o-3-3]
AKATSUKI Science Instruments 1
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Masato Nakamura (ISAS, Japan)
Manabu Yamada (JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-3-13v ( 14:40-15:00 )
Science Plan of Akatsuki
Takeshi Imamura
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-o-3-14v ( 15:00-15:20 )
IR1: 1μm Camera Onboard Akatsuki for Cloud and Surface
Naomoto Iwagami
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-o-3-15v ( 15:20-15:40 )
IR2: Akatsuki 2-um Imager for Venus Atmosphere and the Zodiacal Light
Takehiko Satoh1, Munetaka Ueno1, Kazunori Uemizu1, Masateru Ishiguro2, Fumihiko Usui1, Makoto Suzuki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Seoul National University, Korea
2011-o-3-16v ( 15:40-16:00 )
Venus’ Cloud-top Tempareture Obtained by Akatsuki/LIR
Makoto Taguchi1, Masahiko Futaguchi1, Tetsuya Fukuhara2, Mitsuteru Sato2, Takeshi Imamura3, Masato Nakamura3, Munetaka Ueno3, Makoto Suzuki3, Naomoto Iwagami4, George Hashimoto5
1Rikkyo University, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3ISAS, Japan, 4The University of Tokyo, Japan, 5Okayama University, Japan
2011-o-3-17v ( 16:00-16:20 )
UVI: Ultraviolet Imager on Akatsuki for Atmospheric Science
Shigeto Watanabe
Hokkaido University, Japan

[o-3-4]
AKATSUKI Science Instruments 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Makoto Taguchi (Rikkyo University, Japan)
Kazunori Ogohara (ISAS, Japan)
2011-o-3-18v ( 16:30-16:50 )
Lightning and Airglow Camera Onboard Akatsuki
Yukihiro Takahashi1, Naoya Hoshino2
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan
2011-o-3-19v ( 16:50-17:10 )
Planet-C/Akatsuki Onboard Digital Electronics and its Data Compression Performance
Makoto Suzuki1, Jun Takada2, Manabu Yamada1, Takeshi Imamura1, Munetaka Ueno1, Hihara Hiroki3
1ISAS, Japan, 2NEC Information Systems, Ltd., Japan, 3NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan
2011-o-3-20v ( 17:10-17:30 )
Radio Occultation Observation of the Venus Atmosphere with Akatsuki
Hiroki Ando1, Takeshi Imamura2, Atsuki Tomiki2, Daichi Hirahara2, Tomoko Hayashiyama2, Nanako Mochizuki2, Zen-ichi Yamamoto2, Takumi Abe2, Takahiro Iwata2, Hirotomo Noda3, Yoshifumi Futaana4, Bernd Hausler5, Martin Patzold6, Alexander Nabatov7, Silvia Tellmann5
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 4Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Sweden, 5Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen, Germany, 6Universitat zu Koln, Germany, 7Ukrainian Academy of Science, Ukraine
2011-o-3-21v ( 17:30-17:50 )
Science Data Handling and Archiving System for Akatsuki
Manabu Yamada1, George Hashimoto2, Naru Hirata3, Takeshi Imamura1, Ryosuke Nakamura4, Naoki Okada1, Yukio Yamamoto1, Atsushi Yamazaki1
1ISAS, Japan, 2Okayama University, Japan, 3University of Aizu, Japan, 4AIST, Japan
2011-o-3-22v ( 17:50-18:10 )
Development of a Cloud Tracking System for Akatsuki, and it’s Application to Venus Express VMC Data
Kazunori Ogohara1, Toru Kouyama2, Hiroki Yamamoto3, Naoki Sato4, Masahiro Takagi2, Takeshi Imamura1
1ISAS, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Kyoto University, Japan, 4Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan

[o-4-1]
Solar Sail “IKAROS” 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:00
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Shinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-4-01v ( 8:30-9:00 )
IKAROS and Extended Solar Power Sail Missions for Outer Planetary Exploration
Osamu Mori1, Yuichi Tsuda1, Hirotaka Sawada1, Ryu Funase1, Takanao Saiki1, Takayuki Yamamoto1, Katsuhide Yonekura1, Hirokazu Hoshino1, Hiroyuki Minamino1, Tatsuya Endo1, Junichiro Kawaguchi1, IKAROS Demonstration Team
1>JAXA, Japan
2011-o-4-02v ( 9:00-9:30 )
Heat Sealable, Novel Asymmetric Aromatic Polyimide Having Excellent Space Environmental Stability and Application for Solar sail: IKAROS Membrane
Rikio Yokota1, Masahiko Miyauchi2, Motoyasu Suzuki3, Ayumi Andoh3, Ken-ichi Kazama3, Minoru Iwata4, Yuichi Ishida5, Hiroyuki Shimamura5, Jyun-ichirou Ishizawa5
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Kaneka Corporation, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan, 5JAXA, Japan
2011-o-4-03v ( 9:30-10:00 )
Flexible Solar Array of Small Solar Power Demonstrator “IKAROS”
Eriko Soma1, Tatsuya Endo1, Koji Tanaka1, Masahiko Miyauchi2, Rikio Yokota1, Kazunori Shimazaki1, Yuichi Tsuda1, Osamu Mori1, IKAROS Demonstration Team 1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kaneka Corporation, Japan

[o-4-2]
Solar Sail “IKAROS” 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:10 – 12:10
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Kyoichi Nakashino (Tokai University, Japan)
Hiroaki Tanaka (National Defense Academy of Japan, Japan)
2011-o-4-04v ( 10:10-10:40 )
Evaluation of Solar Power Sail Deployment Mechanism of IKAROS
Hirotaka Sawada1, Osamu Mori1, Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Yoji Shirasawa1, Yasuyuki Miyazaki2, Michihiro Natori3, Saburo Matunaga1, Hiroshi Furuya4, Hiraku Sakamoto4
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3Research Institute of Science and Engineering, Japan, 4Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-o-4-05v ( 10:40-11:10 )
Evaluation of Membrane Dynamics of IKAROS Based on Flight Result and Simulation Using Multi-Particle Model
Yoji Shirasawa1, Osamu Mori1, Yasuyuki Miyazaki2, Hiraku Sakamoto3, Mitsue Hasome4, Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Hirotaka Sawada1, Saburo Matunaga3, Hiroshi Furuya3, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Tokai University, Japan
2011-o-4-06v ( 11:10-11:40 )
Finite Element Analysis of Deployment of Sail Membrane of IKAROS
Yasuyuki Miyazaki1, Hiraku Sakamoto2, Yoji Shirasawa3, Osamu Mori3, Hirotaka Sawada3, Masahiko Yamazaki1, IKAROS Demonstration Team 3
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3ISAS, Japan
2011-o-4-07v ( 11:40-12:10 )
On-Orbit Demonstration of Deployable Camera System for Solar Sail IKAROS
Saburo Matunaga1, Shinichi Inagawa1, Toshiyuki Nishihara1, Shinichi Kimura2, Hirotaka Sawada3, Osamu Mori3, Kenji Kitamura3, Structure Team IKAROS3
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 3JAXA/JSPEC, Japan

[o-4-3]
Solar Sail “IKAROS” 3
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Jozef van der Ha (Consultant, USA)
Shin-ichiro Sakai (JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-4-08v ( 14:40-15:10 )
Numerical Analysis of Potential Structure around Solar Sail in Solar Wind Plasma
Takanobu Muranaka, Satoshi Hosoda, Iku Shinohara
JAXA, Japan
2011-o-4-09v ( 15:10-15:40 )
Fuel-free and Oscillation-free Attitude Control of IKAROS Solar Sail Spacecraft Using Reflectivity Control Device
Ryu Funase, Yoji Shirasawa, Yuya Mimasu, Osamu Mori, Yuichi Tsuda, Takanao Saiki, Junichiro Kawaguchi
SUP>1JAXA, Japan,
2011-o-4-10v ( 15:40-16:10 )
Modeling of Solar Radiation Pressure Effect for Trajectory Guidance of Spinner Solar Sailer IKAROS
Yuichi Tsuda1, Takanao Saiki1, Yuya Mimasu1, Tomohiro Yamaguchi1, Hitoshi Ikeda1, Masaki Nakamiya1, Hiroshi Takeuchi1, IKAROS Demonstration Team
JAXA, Japan
2011-o-4-11v ( 16:10-16:40 )
Attitude Operation Results of Solar Sail Demonstrator IKAROS
Takanao Saiki1, Yuichi Tsuda1, Ryu Funase1, Yuya Mimasu1, Yoji Shirasawa1, IKAROS Demonstration Team
1JAXA, Japan

[o-4-4]
Solar Sail “IKAROS” 4
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:50 – 18:20
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Seiya Ueno (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Tsutomu Ichikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2011-o-4-12v ( 16:50-17:20 )
A Study on Improvement of Orbit Determination Accuracy for IKAROS.
Shiro Ishibashi1, ‘Sho Taniguchi1, Yuichi Tsuda2, Takanao Saiki2, Makoto Yoshikawa2, Tsutomu Ichikawa2, Hiroshi Takeuchi2, Hitoshi Ikeda2, Tomohiro Yamaguchi3, Yuya Mimasu2
1Fujitsu Limited, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
2011-o-4-13v ( 17:20-17:50 )
Verification of the Solar Sail Propulsion for the Small Solar Power Sail Demonstrator IKAROS
Hitoshi Ikeda1, Tomohiro Yamaguchi2, Yuya Mimasu1, Yuichi Tsuda1, Hiroshi Takeuchi1, Makoto Yoshikawa1, IKAROS Demonstration Team
1JAXA, Japan, 2The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan,
2011-o-4-14v ( 17:50-18:20 )
Delta-DOR Observations for the IKAROS Spacecraft
Hiroshi Takeuchi1, Shinji Horiuchi2, Chris Phillips3, Phil Edwards3, Jamie McCallum4, John Dickey4, Simon Ellingsen4, Tomohiro Yamaguchi5, Ryu-ichi Ichikawa6, Kazuhiro Takefuji6, Shinobu Kurihara7, Ben Ichikawa1, Makoto Yoshikawa1, Atsushi Tomiki1, Hirotaka Sawada1, Ping Jinsong8
1JAXA, Japan, 2CSIRO Space Science & Astronomy, Australia, 3CSIRO Australia Telescope National Facility, Australia, 4The University of Tasmania, Australia, 5The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 6NICT, Japan, 7The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan, Japan, 8Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 18:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Makoto Yoshikawa (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Koju Hiraki (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-def-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Hayabusa Orbit Determination before Re-entry
Takafumi Ohnishi1, Makoto Yoshikawa2, Hiroshi Takeuchi2
1Fujitsu Limited, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-def-04 ( 16:40-17:00 )
Discussion on Performance History and Operations of Hayabusa Ion Engines
Kazutaka Nishiyama, Hitoshi Kuninaka
JAXA, Japan
2011-def-02 ( 17:00-17:20 )
Operation of Beacon Tracking System for Hayabusa Re-entry Capsule
Kousuke Kawahara, Takahide Mizuno, Kazuhiko Yamada, Yukio Kamata, Tetsuya Yamada, Hitoshi Kuninaka
ISAS, Japan
2011-def-03 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Post-Flight Analysis of the Hayabusa Sample Return Capsule
Tetsuya Yamada, Nobuaki Ishii, Yoshifumi Inatani
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-def-05 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Hayabusa’s Sample Curation Processes in the Planetary Material Sample Curation Facility of JAXA
A. Fujimura1,2,6, M. Abe1,2,6, T. Yada1,2, T. Nakamura3, T. Noguchi4, R. Okazaki5, Y. Ishibashi2, K. Shirai2, S. Sugimoto2, T. Aoki2, T. Okada1,2,6, M. Ueno1,2, T. Mukai2, M. Yoshikawa1,2,6, J. Kawaguchi1,2
1ISAS, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tohoku University, Japan, 4Ibaraki University, Japan, 5Kyushu University, Japan, 6Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan

[a-1]
Hybrid Rocket
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:30 – 17:30
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Toru Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
Apollo Fukuchi (IHI Aerospace, Japan)
2011-a-01 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Predicted and Experimented Acceleration Profile of the Rocket Sled
Daisuke Nakata, Ami Kozu, Jun Yajima, Kenji Nishine, Kazuyuki Higashino, Nobuhiro Tanatsugu
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-a-03 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Improvement of Combustion Efficiency of High Density Polyethylene Fuel Hybrid Rockets with Multi-Section Swirl Injection
Takahiro Hayashida, Yoshihide Hirata, Ryuji Nakawatase, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani, Kazuhiko Morishita
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-a-04 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Application to Hybrid Rocket Fuel of Low Melting Point Thermoplastics
Yutaka Wada1, Toshimitsu Jikei1, Ryuichi Kato1, Shinji Kato2, Keiichi Hori3
1Akita University, Japan, 2Katazen Corporation, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[a-2]
Rocket Engine
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Harunori Nagata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Takehiro Himeno (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2011-a-05 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development and Test of the LOX/LNG Regenerative Cooled Rocket Engine
Kohei Taya1, Yasuhiro Ishikawa1, Hiroyuki Sakaguchi1, Kenichi Kimoto1, Yutaka Sato2
1IHI Corporation, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-a-06 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Progress in Rocket Engine Simulations in MHI
Akita Ogawara, Takashi Koganazawa, Daiki Watanabe
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2011-a-07 ( 9:10-9:30 )
A Preliminary Design and Analysis for the LE-X turbopump
Makoto Kojima1, Masaharu Uchiumi1, Akihide Kurosu1, Keiichiro Noda1, Tsutomu Mizuno2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI, Japan
2011-a-08 ( 9:30-9:50 )
The Diverse Capacities of the LE-5B-2 Engine
Tatsuya Komaru1, Jun Yabana1, Hiroyuki Yukawa1, Masaaki Yasui1, Hideo Sunakawa2, Keiichiro Noda2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[a-3]
Cryogenic and Flow Dynamics
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:00 – 11:40
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Takehiro Himeno (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Akira Ogawara (MHI, Japan)
2011-a-09 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Development of the Cryogenic Valve for Liquid Rocket Engine
Kohei Taya, Hatsuo Mori
IHI Corporation, Japan
2011-a-10 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Effects of Injection Orifice Shape on Discharge Coefficient with Cavitating N2O Flow
Fumio Okuno1, Tsuyoshi Yagishita2, Naohiro Suzuki2, Toshiyuki Tomizawa2, Yoshiyuki Tokunaga2, Hiroyuki Ogawa2, Shinichiro Tokudome2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-a-11 ( 10:40-11:00 )
A Study of Oil Lubricated Ball Bearings for Rocket Engine Turbopump in Cryogenic
Satoshi Takada1, Jun Hiromatsu1, Tomoyuki Takano2, Masataka Kikuchi1, Takayuki Sudo1, Makoto Yoshida1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Japanese AeroSpace Technology, Japan
2011-a-12 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Thermodynamic Effect on a Cavitating Inducer
Benoit Pouffary1, Ariane Deneuve2, Gilles Greffeuille2, Guillaume Challier2, Andre Beaurain2, Claude Rebattet3, Jerome Dehouve1, Michel Illig1
1CNES, France, 2Snecma DMS, France, 3Cremhyg, France
2011-a-13 ( 11:20-11:40 )
The Needs of In-flight Experiments for Cryogenic Propellant Behavior: Interest and Status
Vincent Leudiere1, Benjamin Legrand1, Jerome Lacapere2, Sebazstien Bianchi2
1CNES, France, 2AIR LIQUIDE, France

[a-4]
Propulsion System and RCS
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Benoit Pouffary (CNES, France)
Hideyuki Horisawa (Tokai University, Japan)
2011-a-14 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Design and Development of a Flight-Model Cold Gas Propulsion System
Abdolrahim Rezaeiha1, Mojtaba Ghasemi2
1Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2Iran Space Research Institute (ISRI), Iran
2011-a-15 ( 15:00-15:20 )
A CFD Study on Hydrogen Jet Combustion in the Afterburner of a Pre-cooled Turbo Jet Engine
George Ianus1, Shunsuke Nishida1, Hisashi Taneda1, Shounosuke Kita1, Osamu Imamura1, Mitsuhiro Tsue1, Hideyuki Taguchi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-a-16 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Operation of IKAROS RCS
Takayuki Yamamoto1, Osamu Mori1, Yoshihiro Kishino2, Masayuki Tamura2, Shohei Koga2, Norizumi Motooka3
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-a-17 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Research Activities for Future Space Propulsion Technology
Makoto Yoshida, Tomoyuki Hashimoto, Toshiya Kimura, Tetsuo Hiraiwa
JAXA, Japan
2011-a-19 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Quality Control Activities of High Pressure Gases during KSLV-1 Launch Campaign
Sunil Kang, Joongwon Nam, Youngseok Jung, Seungho Ra
Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
2011-a-21 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Overview of LE-X Research and Development
Hideo Sunakawa1, Kurosu Akihide1, Keiichiro Noda1, Takashi Tamura2, Akira Ogawara2, Tsutomu Mizuno3, Satoshi Kobayashi3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan, 3IHI Corporation, Japan

[a-6]
Supersonic Flow
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:50 – 18:10
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Tetsuo Hiraiwa (JAXA, Japan)
Aron Lentsch (Orbspace Engineering, Austria)
2011-a-22 ( 16:50-17:10 )
3D LES of the HyShot II Supersonic Combustor
Antonella Ingenito1, Donato Cecere2, Eugenio Giacomazzi2, Bruno Claudio1
1University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy, 2ENEA, R. C., IMP, C.R. Casaccia, Italy
2011-a-23 ( 17:10-17:30 )
A Study on the Effects of the Design Parameters upon the Efficiency of a Supersonic Impulse Turbine
Junya Takida1, Kenichi Funazaki2, Mitsuru Shimagaki1, Masaharu Uchiumi1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Iwate University, Japan
2011-a-24 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Experimental Investigation of a Pulse Jet Engine
Yusuke Hirose, Shinsuke Udagawa, Masakatsu Nakano
Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan
2011-a-25 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Large-Eddy Simulation of Fuel Mixing Using Streamwise Vortices in a Supersonic Flow
Junya Watanabe1, Kenichi Takita1, Tetsuji Sunami2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[a-7]
Propellants
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Nobuhiro Tanatsugu (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
Hiroshi Nomura (Nihon University, Japan)
2011-a-26 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Design and Experiments of a HAN-based Monopropellant Thruster Using Arc-discharge Assisted Combustion
Akira Kakami, Natsuki Yamamoto, Keisuke Ideta, Takeshi Tachibana
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-a-27 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Performance Test of Mono-Propellant Propulsion System Based on Hydrogen Peroxide for Microsatellite
Nobuyoshi Suzuki1, Hironori Sahara1, Hideshi Kagawa2, Ideo Masuda2, Mitsuharu Kusama3
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Japan Space Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Advanced Engineering Services Co.,Ltd., Japan
2011-a-28 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Silanes as Fuels for Martian Ramjet and Scramjet Engines
Domenico Simone1, Claudio Bruno1, Fabrizio Vergine1, Hidding Bernhard2
1University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy, 2Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf, Germany
2011-a-29 ( 9:30-9:50 )
The Development Results of the Long Life and High Reliability 1N Hydrazine Thruster
Daisuke Goto1, Hideshi Kagawa1, Shingo Murayama1, Kenichi Kajiwara1, Hirohide Ikeda2, Noboru Shinozaki2, Eiji Yabuhara2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan

[a-8-s]
Chemical Propulsion
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Akira Kakami (Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Shuhei Takahashi (Gifu University, Japan)
2011-a-31s ( 10:20-10:40 )
Study on Mechanical Characteristic of Paraffin-based Fuel
Shinya Maruyama
Tokai University, Japan
2011-a-32s ( 10:40-11:00 )
Improve Combustion Efficiency of Wax Fuel Hybrid Rocket
Kai Iijima
Tokai University, Japan
2011-a-33s ( 11:00-11:20 )
Hybrid Rocket Performance Prediction with Coupling Method of CFD and Thermal Conduction Calculation
Yuki Funami
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-a-34s ( 11:20-11:40 )
Study on Flow inside the Air-intake of Ejector Jet by Numerical Analysis
Keisuke Sotozono
Tokai University, Japan
2011-a-35s ( 11:40-12:00 )
Multi-Stage Hybrid Rocket Design for Micro-Satellites Launch Using Genetic Algorithm
Yosuke Kitagawa
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

[a-9]
Solid Propellant Rocket
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Shinichiro Tokudome (JAXA, Japan)
Claudio Bruno (University of Rome, Italy)
2011-a-37 ( 14:40-15:00 )
An Experimental Study on Laser Assisted Combustion of Solid Propellants
Shigeki Ishihara, Masahiro Morita, Taketoshi Hamada, Akira Kakami, Takeshi Tachibana
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-a-38 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Numerical Simulation of Internal Ballistics of Solid Rocket with Non-Uniform/Non-Isotropic Burning Rate of Propellant
Hiroya Asakawa1, Mihoko Fukunaga1, Nobuhiro Sekino1, Toru Shimada2, Koki Kitagawa2, Hiroshi Hasegawa3
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3NOF Corporation, Japan
2011-a-39 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Combustion Characteristics of ADN (Ammonium Dinitramide) Based Solid Propellants
Koji Fujisato1, Hiroto Habu2, Hidefumi Shibamoto3, Xiuchao Yu3, Atsumi Miyake4, Keiichi Hori2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Hosoya Kako Co., Ltd., Japan, 4Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-a-40 ( 15:40-16:00 )
A Study on Low Melting Point Thermoplastic Solid Propellant
Keiichi Hori1, Akimasa Tsutsumi1, Yasuhiro Morita1, Ryojiiro Akiba2, Hiroshi Hasegawa3, Keishi Sasaki3, Nobuji Kato4
1JAXA, Japan, 2HASTIC/USEF/ISAS, Japan, 3NOF, Japan, 4KATAZEN, Japan

[a-10]
Combustion and Heat Transfer
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:30 – 17:50
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Takuro Onodera (JAXA, Japan)
Harunori Nagata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2011-a-42 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Observation of Flame Stabilized at a Hydrogen-Turbojet-Engine Injector Installed into a Lab-Scale Combustion Wind Tunnel
Kazutaka Michishita1, Hiroshi Nomura1, Yasushige Ujiie1, Keiichi Okai2
1Nihon University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-a-43 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Kinetics and Mechanism of AP Combustion Initiation: A Complete Quantum Chemical Prediction for Reactions in Three Phases*
Ming Lin, Rong Zhu
Emory University, USA
2011-a-44 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Experimental Study on Methanol, Ethanol, and Biomethanol Flames
Akimasa Tsutsumi1, Keiichi Hori2, Makihito Nishioka3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3University of Tsukuba, Japan
2011-a-45 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Improving Power Performance of Chemical Propulsion Rocket Engines by Swirling of Flow in the Chamber
Valery Bucharsky, Alexander Petrenko, Xeniya Yushina
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

[a-11]
Combustion Chamber and Combustor 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Masafumi Tanaka (National Defense Academy, Japan)
Armin Herbertz (DLR, Germany)
2011-a-46 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Measurements of Combustion and NOx Emission Characteristics in Afterburner of Pre-Cooled Turbo Jet
Shunsuke Nishida1, George Ianus1, Hisashi Taneda1, Shonosuke Kita1, Hideyuki Taguchi2, Masafumi Utsumi1, Takeo Okunuki1, Mikiya Araki3, Shuhei Takahashi4, Osamu Imamura1, Mitsuhiro Tsue1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Gunma University, Japan, 4Gifu University, Japan
2011-a-47 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Effect of Triangular Fins on Critical Heat Flux in Ethanol-Cooled Combustion Chamber
Masao Takegoshi1, Ryosuke Suzuki2, Toshihito Saito1, Fumiei Ono1, Tetsuo Hiraiwa1, Sadatake Tomioka1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan
2011-a-49 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Detailed Investigation of the Combustion Efficiency of the DLR API Injector for LOX/H2 Rocket Engine Applications
Jan Deeken, Dimitry Suslov, Stefan Schlechtriem, Oskar Haidn
DLR – German Aerospace Center, Germany
2011-a-50 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Improvement of Regression Rate and Combustion Efficiency of Paraffin Fuel Hybrid Rockets with Multi-section Swirl Injection
Yoshihide Hirata, Takahiro Hayashida, Ryuji Nakawatase, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani, Kazuhiko Morishita
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-a-02 ( 9:50-10:10 )
The Result of the Single Element Firing Tests of the Supercritical LOX/methane Coaxial Injector
Yuichi Noguchi1, Yasuhiro Ishikawa2, Takashi Makino2, Yosuke Sasayama3, Kazuyuki Higashino4
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2IHI Corporation, Japan, 3Doctoral course of Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan

[a-12]
Combustion Chamber and Combuster 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:20 – 11:40
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Oskar Haidn (DLR, Germany)
Osamu Imamura (Nihon University, Japan)
2011-a-51 ( 10:20-10:40 )
LE-X Prototype Main Combustion Chamber Development Progress
William Sack1, Akihide Kurosu2, Hideo Sunakawa2, Keichiro Noda2, Akira Ogawara3, Tadaoki Onga3, Nobuki Negoro3
1Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, USA, 2JAXA, Japan, 3MHI, Japan
2011-a-52 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Potential Applications of the Ceramic Thrust Chamber Technology for Future Rocket Propulsion
Armin Herbertz, Markus Ortelt, Ilja Mueller, Hermann Hald
DLR, Germany
2011-a-53 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Active Dual Thrust Modulation of a Solid Propellant Rocket Motor
Masafumi Tanaka, Yasushi Yokomine
National Defense Academy, Japan
2011-a-54 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Experimental Investigations of Heat Transfer Processes in Sub- and Supersonic Part of the Film Cooled High Pressure LOX/H2 Combustion Chamber
Dmitry Suslov1, Richard Arnold2, Oskar Haidn1
1Institut of Space Propulsion, Germany Aerospace Center, Germany, 2Astrium GmbH Space Transportation, Germany

[a-13]
Transient Modes and Phenomena in Propulsion
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Sadatake Tomioka (JAXA, Japan)
Shuhei Takahashi (Gifu University, Japan)
2011-a-57 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Development of Pulse Detonation Engine Initiator using Reflector for Large Bore Combustor
Masashi Wakita, Masayoshi Tamura, Akihiro Terasaka, Kazuya Sajiki, Tsuyoshi Totani, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-a-58 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Improvement of Interface Tracking Method for the Analysis of Free-surface Flows with Phase Change
Yutaka Umemura, Takehiro Himeno, Toshinori Watanabe
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-a-59 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Low-Frequency Combustion Instability Induced by the Combustion Time Lag of Liquid Oxidizer in Hybrid Rocket Motors
Takakazu Morita1, Koki Kitagawa2, Saburo Yuasa3, Shigeru Yamaguchi1, Toru Shimada2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-a-60 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Influence on the Test Environment on the Transition of Dual-bell Nozzles
Chloe Genin, Ralf Stark
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

[a-14]
RBCC Engine
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Tetsuya Sato (Waseda University, Japan)
Keiichi Okai (JAXA, Japan)
2011-a-61 ( 16:30-16:50 )
System Analysis of RBCC Engine Applied to the TSTO Launch Vehicle
Tetsuo Hiraiwa, Sadatake Tomioka, Toshihito Saito, Kanenori Kato, Masatoshi Kodera, Susumu Hasegawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-a-62 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Combustion Enhancement in Scramjet-Operation of a RBCC Engine
Sadatake Tomioka1, Ryohei Kobayashi2, Atsushi Murakami1, Shuuichi Ueda1, Tomoyuki Komuro1, Katsuhiro Itoh1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan
2011-a-63 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Performance of a RBCC Engine in Rocket-Operation
Sadatake Tomioka1, Takahiro Kubo2, Noboru Sakuranaka1, Koichiro Tani1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan
2011-a-64 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Progress Report of RBCC-related R&D Program in JAXA
Tetsuo Hiraiwa, Sadatake Tomioka, Shuichi Ueda, Toshihito Saito, Katsuhiro Itoh, Kouichiro Tani
JAXA, Japan
2011-a-65 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Mixing Characteristics of Secondary Fuel in RBCC Ejector-Jet Mode Operation
Kiyoshi Nojima1, Toshinori Kouchi1, Goro Masuya1, Sadatake Tomioka2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[b-1]
ElectroMagnetic Thruster (PPT&MPD)
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 18:00
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Ikkoh Funaki (JAXA, Japan)
Takeshi Miyasaka (Gifu University, Japan)
2011-b-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Operation Characteristics of a Steady-state, Two-dimensional MPD Thruster Using a Hollow Cathode
Masaki Yonemoto, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
2011-b-02 ( 16:40-17:00 )
A Parametric Study of the Effect of Discharge Energy on PPT Performance
Abdolrahim Rezaeiha, Mohammad Farshchi
Sharif University of Technology, Iran
2011-b-03 ( 17:00-17:20 )
Development of Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thruster System Flight-Model Onboard Nano-Satellite PROITERES
Masamichi Naka1, Masato Tanaka1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2, Takashi Wakizono3
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3High Serve Ltd., Japan
2011-b-04 ( 17:20-17:40 )
A Pulsed Plasma Thruster Using Dimethyl Ether as Propellant
Souichi Masui, Terumasa Okada, Makoto Kitatomi, Akira Kakami, Takeshi Tachibana
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-b-05 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Plasma Diagnostic Investigation of the Pulsed MPD Thruster SIMP-LEX
Tony Schoenherr1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yoshifumi Abe1, Yoshihiro Arakawa1, Georg Herdrich2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany

[b-2]
Magnetic Nozzle
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Yoshihiro Kajimura (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Shigeru Yokota (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2011-b-07 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Numerical Analysis of Plasma Behavior in Magnetic Thrust Chamber System and Comparison with Experiment Results
Akihiro Maeno1, Yoshihiro Kajimura2, Atsushi Sunahara3, Naoji Yamamoto1, Masato Yasunaga1, Tomoyuki Hinaga1, Tomonari Hanaya1, Shinsuke Fujioka3, Tomoyuki Johzaki3, Yoshitaka Mori4, Hideki Nakashima1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Osaka University, Japan, 4The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan
2011-b-08 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Study on Helicon Plasma Lissajous Acceleration for Electrodeless Electric Propulsion
Takahiro Nakamura1, Kenji Yokoi1, Hiroyuki Nishida1, Takeshi Matsuoka2, Ikkou Funaki2, Shunjirou Shinohara1, Takao Tanikawa3, Thoru Hada4, Taisei Motomura4, Shamrai Konstantin5, Rudenko T.5
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan, 5INR, Ukraine
2011-b-09 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Electric Field Penetration in Electrodeless Helicon Plasma Thruster
Takeshi Matsuoka1, T. Nakamura2, K. Yokoi2, T. S. Rudenko3, I. Funaki1, H. Nishida2, K. P. Shamrai3, T. Tanikawa4, T. Hada5, S. Shinohara2
1JAXA, Japan, 2TUAT, Japan, 3Institute for Nuclear Research, Ukraine, 4Tokai University, Japan, 5Kyushu University, Japan
2011-b-10 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Thrust Dependence of the 2D-MPD Thruster on the Magnetic Field Applied by the External Coil
Masaya Takubo1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Toru Hyakutake1, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-b-11 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Enhancement of Thrust Efficiency in an Applied Field MPD Thruster
Akira Ando, Ryosuke Aramaki, Naohiro Takahashi, Yuko Hashima, Akihiro Maruko, Nozomi Tanaka
Tohoku University, Japan
2011-b-12 ( 10:10-10:30 )
Demonstration of a Magnetic Thrust Chamber for Laser Fusion Rocket
Tomoyuki Hinaga1, Naoji Yamamoto1, Akihiro Maeno1, Masato Yasunaga1, Shinsuke Fujioka2, Atsushi Sunahara2, Tomoyuki Johzaki2, Yoshitaka Mori3, Hideki Nakashima1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 3The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Indutries, Japan

[b-3]
Micro Thruster
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:40 – 12:40
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Masakatsu Nakano (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)
Akira Kakami (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-b-13 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Development of Nano-Satellite PROITERES with Electric Rocket Engines at Osaka Institute of Technology
Jun-ichi Ozaki1, Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Shunsuke Araki1, Masaya Nishizawa1, Yoichi Inoue1, Takafumi Iguchi1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2011-b-14 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Performance Improvement of a Micro-Multi-Plasmajet-Array Thruster
Ryosuke Hitomi1, Naoto Kobayashi1, Kazuki Asanuma1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-15 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Development of Compact High-Power Laser System for Laser-Electric Hybrid Microthruster
Haruki Kobayashi, Hiedeyuki Horisawa, Tadaki Shinohara, Kazuyoku Tei
Tokai University, Japan
2011-b-16 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Study of Frequency Modulation Laser Absorption Spectroscopy for the Plasma Measurement of a Miniature Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster
Hiroyuki Koizumi, Hitoshi Kuninaka
JAXA, Japan
2011-b-17 ( 12:00-12:20 )
Microgravity Evaluation of Advantages of Porous Metal in the Gas-Liquid Equilibrium Thruster for Small Spacecraft
Norizumi Motooka1, Takayuki Yamamoto2, Osamu Mori2, Yoshihiro Kishino3, Yoshinobu Okano4, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-b-06 ( 12:20-12:40 )
High Isp Characteristics of Rectangular laser-electromagnetic Hybrid Acceleration Thruster
Keiji Hagiwara1, Yuki Mashima1, Osamu Yamada1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1University of Tokai, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan

[b-4]
Hall Thruster Development
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Hiroyuki Koizumi (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kimiya Komurasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2011-b-18 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Optimization of Acceleration Channel Structure and Material for Magnetic-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters
Naru Sugimoto1, Makoto Nose1, Kazuya Togawa1, Takahiro Nishida1, Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2011-b-19 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Problem of the Stationary Plasma Thruster Stable Operation in the Structure of the Electrical Propulsion Engine Module
Olexandr Petrenko
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine
2011-b-20 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Influence of Construction Parameters on the Working Processes in the Low Power Hall Thruster
Olexandr Petrenko, Sergey Kulagin
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine
2011-b-21 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Channel Wall Erosion Modeling of a SPT-type Hall Thruster
Shinatora Cho, Shigeru Yokota, Daisuke Takahashi, Ryotaro Kaneko, Yoshihiro Arakawa, Kimiya Komurasaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-22 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Performance Characteristics of Very Low Power Cylindrical Hall Thrusters for Nano-Satellites
Kazuya Togawa1, Makoto Nose1, Naru Sugimoto1, Takahiro Nishida1, Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan

[b-5]
Psysics in Hall Thruster
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B1
Chairpersons : Naoji Yamamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
Satoshi Hosoda (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-b-23 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Diagnosing on Plasma Plume from Xenon Hall Thruster with Collisional-radiative Model
Juan Yang1, Shigeru Yokota2, Ryotaro Kaneko2, Kimiya Komurasaki2
1Northwestern Polytechnic University, China, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-24 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Semi-empirical Modeling of Plasma-wall Interaction in Hall Thruster
Jongho Seon1, Wonho Choe2, Hae June Lee3, Yun Hwang Jung4
1Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2Korea Advanced Institute of Science and technology, Korea, 3Busan National University, Korea, 4Satrec Initiative, Korea
2011-b-25 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Ionization Oscillation Stabilization Methods for Anode-layer-type Hall Thrusters
Shigeru Yokota, Daisuke Takahashi, Shinatora Cho, Ryotaro Kankeko, Masaya Hosoda, Kimiya Komurasaki, Yoshihiro Arakawa
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-26 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Simulation Study of Plasma Kinetics and Instability under Cross Fields in Hall Thrusters
In Cheol Song1, Hyo-Won Bae1, Won Ho Choi2, Jongho Seon3, Hae June Lee1
1Pusan National University, Korea, 2KAIST, Korea, 3Kyunghee University, Korea
2011-b-27 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Scale Effects on the Performance of Cylindrical Hall Plasma Thruster
Mihui Seo1, Jongsub Lee1, Seongmin Kang1, Jongho Seon2, Hae June Lee3, Wonho Choe1
1KAIST, Korea, 2Kyunghee University, Korea, 3Pusan National University, Korea

[b-6]
Ion Engine Development
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 10:50
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Toru Hyakutake (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Daisuke Nakata (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-b-28 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Parametric Study of Thrust Performance for a 20mN Class Xenon Ion Thruster
Hiroshi Nagano1, Yukio Hayakawa1, Kenichi Kajiwara1, Toshiyuki Ozaki2, Yukikazu Kasai2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-b-29 ( 8:50-9:10 )
JIEDI Tool: A Numerical Life Qualification Tool for Ion Engine Optics
Masakatsu Nakano1, Yoshihiro Kajimura2, Ikkoh Funaki2
1Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-30 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Numerical Analysis for Highly Eroded Grid Surfaces of the μ20 Ion Engine
Masakatsu Nakano
Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan
2011-b-31 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Microwave Frequency Tuning of an ECR Ion Thruster
Kazutaka Nishiyama
JAXA, Japan
2011-b-32 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Neutralization Performance for Various Configurations of Miniature Microwave Discharge Ion Engines
Takehiro Izumi1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Yoshiki Yamagiwa1, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1Shizuoka University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-b-33 ( 10:10-10:30 )
Thrust Performance of 20-cm Class Microwave Ion Thruster after the 10,000 Hours Operation
Satoshi Hosoda1, Kazutaka Nishiyama2, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS/JSPEC, JAXA, Japan
2011-b-34 ( 10:30-10:50 )
Study on Lifetime Enhancement of Microwave Discharge Neutralizer by Increasing Sputtering Resistance by Molybdenum Covering
Wataru Ohmichi1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Hitoshi Kuninaka2, Satoshi Hosoda2, Kazutaka Nishiyama2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[b-7]
Physics in Ion Engine
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Nagano (JAXA, Japan)
Yoshiyuki Takao (Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-b-35 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Study on Ignition and Electron Emission Characteristics of Inductively Coupled Plasma Cathode
Hiroki Watanabe, Takuya Nakabayashi, Satoshi Kasagami, Takuji Okuma, Junichiro Aoyagi, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-b-36 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Environmental Simulator of Super Low Earth Orbit for Air Breathing Ion Engine
Yasuyoshi Hisamoto1, Kazutaka Nishiyama2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-37 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Thomson Scattering Diagnostics in the Plasma of an Ion Thruster
Naoji Yamamoto, Kensaku Sugita, Yoshiaki Hiraoka, Tomoaki Kurita, Kentaro Tomita, Kiichiro Uchino, Hideki Nakashima
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-b-38 ( 12:00-12:20 )
Application of Laser Absorption Spectroscopy to ECR Ion Thruster mu 10 Using Optical Fiber
Ryudo Tsukizaki1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Kazutaka Nishiyama2, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-40 ( 12:20-12:40 )
Study on Electron Distributions in a Three Dimensional Particle Simulation of an Ion Engine
Fakhuradzi Baharudin, Takeshi Miyasaka, Katsuo Asato, Hitoshi Sugiyama, Tsutomu Kobayashi
Gifu University, Japan

[b-8-s]
Electric Propulsion 1
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Kazutaka Nishiyama (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Makoto Matsui (Shizuoka University, Japan)
2011-b-41s ( 8:30-8:50 )
Reed Valve Air Intake System for Pulse Detonation Operation of Microwave Rocket
Reiji Komatsu
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-42s ( 8:50-9:10 )
Influence of Gas Species on LSD Dynamics
Keisuke Michigami
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-43s ( 9:10-9:30 )
Demonstration Experiment of Magnetic Thrust Chamber in a Laser Fusion Rocket
Masato Yasunaga
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-b-44s ( 9:30-9:50 )
Reduction of Unburned Propellant and Decrease in Throat Erosion of Laser Ignition Micro Solid Rocket
Yusuke Masuda
University of Tokyo, Japan

[b-9-s]
Electric Propulsion 2
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Junichiro Aoyagi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Takeshi Matsuoka (JAXA, Japan)
2011-b-45s ( 10:00-10:20 )
Two-dimensional Hybrid Plasma Model of a Hall Thruster
Ryotaro Kaneko
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-b-46s ( 10:20-10:40 )
Development of an Inductively-Coupled, Rotating-Magnetic-Field Magnetoplasmadynamics Thruster
Tomohito Enoki
Nagoya University, Japan
2011-b-47s ( 10:40-11:00 )
Verification of the Electron Collection Theory for Electrodynamic Tether in Space by Comparing the Space Experiment and the Numerical Analysis
Akeru Takagi
Shizuoka University, Japan
2011-b-48s ( 11:00-11:20 )
The Study of Orbital Analysis and Attitude Control of Micro-Satellite with an Electrodynamic Tether (EDT) System
Takanori Yoshimura
Shizuoka University, Japan

[b-10]
Arcjet (Electro-thermal Thruster)
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Hideyuki Horisawa  (Tokai University, Japan)
2011-b-49 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Performance Characteristics of Direct-Current Arcjet Thrusters Using Hydroxyl-Ammonium-Nitrate Propellant
Yusuke Okamachi1, Katsuya Fujita1, Kazuya Nakagawa1, Reo Shimojo1, Taiichi Nagata2, Ideo Masuda2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA/ARD, Japan
2011-b-50 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Performance Characteristics of a DME Propellant Arcjet Thruster
Akira Kakami, Shinji Beppu, Muneyuki Maiguma, Takeshi Tachibana
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-b-51 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Overview of Thermal Arcjet Thruster Development
Birk Wollenhaupt, Georg Herdrich, Stefanos Fasoulas, Hans-Peter Roeser
Institute of Space Systems, Germany
2011-b-52 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Preliminary Experiment of Vacuum Arc Thruster for Nano-satellite
Masayoshi Nakamoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

[b-11]
Advanced Propulsion
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:10 – 18:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hiroyuki Nishida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
Hirotaka Otsu (Ryukoku University, Japan)
2011-b-53 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Numerical Model for Pure Magnetic Sail
Yasumasa Ashida1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Hiroshi Yamakawa1, Yoshihiro Kajimura2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-54 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Two-Dimensional Hybrid PIC Simulation on the Performance of a Magnetic Sail
Masaharu Matsumoto1, Yoshihiro Kajimura1, Hideyuki Usui2, Ikkou Funaki1, Iku Shinohara1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kobe University, Japan
2011-b-55 ( 16:50-17:10 )
3D Hybrid Simulation of Pure Magnetic Sail in the Ion Inertial Scale in Laboratory
Yoshihiro Kajimura1, Ikkoh Funaki1, Iku Shinohara1, Hideyuki Usui2, Kazuma Ueno3, Yuya Ooshio3, Masaharu Matsumoto1, Hiroshi Yamakawa4
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Kobe University, Japan, 3The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan
2011-b-56 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Thrust Measurement of Magnetic Sail for Various Tilt Angles
Kazuma Ueno1, Yuya Oshio1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Hideyuki Horisawa3, Hiroshi Yamakawa4
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan
2011-b-57 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Influences of Electric Potential Conditions on Characteristics of Carbon Nanotube Cathodes for Electrodynamic Tethers
Takuya Matsumoto1, Yasushi Okawa2, Yoshiki Yamagiwa1, Makoto Matui1, Humihiko Murata1
1Shizuoka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-58 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Thrust Measurement of Pulsed Laser Propulsion with Solid State Laser
Bin Wang, Taro Han, Kohei Shimamura, Toshikazu Yamaguchi, Kimiya Komurasaki, Yoshihiro Arakawa
The University of Tokyo, Japan

[c-1]
Materials/Manufacturing
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 17:20
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Georg Herdrich (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Hosei Nagano (Nagoya University, Japan)
2011-c-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Iron- and Carbon-bearing Materials for Lunar and Planetary Magnetic Changes
Yasunori Miura
Yamaguchi University, Japan
2011-c-02 ( 16:40-17:00 )
Potential Applications of Nanomaterials in Space
Lev Novikov, Ekaterina Voronina
Moscow State University, Russia
2011-c-03 ( 17:00-17:20 )
Numerical Simulation and Experiment of Ballistic Performance of Closed-cell Aluminum Foam Sandwich Structures
Yu-Liang Chen, Hong-Chang Chen
National Defense University, Taiwan

[c-2]
Mechanical Property of Composite Structures
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Yu-Liang Chen (Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, National Defense University, Taiwan)
Keiichi Okuyama (Aichi University of Technology, Japan)
2011-c-06 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Study of the Characteristic of Composite Sandwich Panel with the Cut-out under Compression Load
Jong Woong Lee, Cheol Won Kong, Se Won Eun, Young Soon Jang, Yeong Moo Yi
Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
2011-c-07 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Compression Test Results of Composite Sandwich-Stringer Panel
Kwang-Soo Kim, Jae-Mo An, Jae-Suk Yoo, Young-Soon Jang, Yeong-Moo Yi
Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
2011-c-08 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Liquid Oxygen Compatibility Plastics and its Application to Composite Tank
Koichi Yonemoto, Hirotaka Goto, Kiyoto Murakami
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-c-09 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Evaluating Stress Concentration Factor of Double Notches by Approximation Method and Exact Solution
Md. Shafiul Ferdous, Chobin Makabe, Tatsujiro Miyazaki, Masaki Fujikawa
University of the Ryukyus, Japan

[c-3]
Environmental Test
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Koichi Yonemoto (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Yoshiro Ogi (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2011-c-10 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Performance Evaluation of Smart Beams under Quasi-space Environments
Shunichi Morishima1, Tadashige Ikeda1, Minoru Iwata2, Hiroaki Tanaka3, Kosei Ishimura4
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 3National Defence Academy of Japan, Japan, 4ISAS, Japan
2011-c-11 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Evaluations of Solid Lubricant in JEM/SEED Experiment
Koji Matsumoto, Mineo Suzuki, Yugo Kimoto
JAXA, Japan
2011-c-12 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Long Term Durability of a Rib and Cable Tensioned Structure for High Accuracy Large Deployable Antenna Reflector
Ken Goto1, Tsuneo Kii1, Keisuke Yoshihara1, Kosei Ishimura1, Keiji Komatsu1, Ken Higuchi2, Taro Maruyama3, Yuichi Ikeda3, Kazuro Matsumoto3, Makoto Yoshihara3, Masaharu Tsuchiya3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 3NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan
2011-c-13 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Moisture Expansion Behavior of Carbon Fiber Resin Composite Truss Tube
Ken Goto, Tomohiro Kamiya, Shin Utsunomiya, Ryuzo Shimizu, Keiji Komatsu
JAXA, Japan

[c-4]
Thermal Protection/Thermal Control
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Ken Goto (JAXA, Japan)
Tsuyoshi Totani (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2011-c-14 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Numerical Analysis for Thermo-Mechanical Behavior of SiFRP
Yoshiki Matsuura, Kenichi Hirai
IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-c-15 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Thermochemical and Thermomechanical Characteristics of an Ultra Lightweight CFRP under High Temperature Environments
Keiichi Okuyama1, Teruhiko Kanada1, Sumio Kato2, Takeharu Sakai3, Toshiyuki Suzuki4, Kazuhisa Fujita4, Seiji Nishio5
1Aichi University of Technology, Japan, 2University of the Ryukyus, Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan, 5Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2011-c-16 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Plasma Wind Tunnel Investigation of European Ablators in Nitrogen/ Methane Using Emission Spectroscopy
Ricarda Wernitz, Christoph Eichhorn, Georg Herdrich, Stefan Loehle, Stefanos Fasoulas, Hans-Peter Roeser
Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany
2011-c-17 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Thermal Vacuum Testing of a Small Loop Heat Pipe with a PTFE Wick for Spacecraft Thermal Control
Hosei Nagano1, Masahito Nishikawara1, Fuyuko Fukuyoshi2, Hiroki Nagai3, Hiroyuki Ogawa2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tohoku University, Japan
2011-c-19 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Investigation of the Feasibility of a Health Monitoring System for TPS Structures Based on the Measurement of the Electrical Resistance
Arianit Preci, Georg Herdrich, Stefanos Fasoulas
University of Stuttgart, Germany

[c-5]
Satellite Structures and Materials
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:40 – 12:00
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon University, Japan)
Takashi Iwasa (Tottori University, Japan)
2011-c-20 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Issues on Dynamic Interface between Optical Mission Payload and Spacecraft Bus
Norimasa Yoshida
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-c-21 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Structure Design for Space Infrared Telescope for Cosmology and Astrophysics (SPICA)
Toshihiko Yamawaki
JAXA, Japan
2011-c-22 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Structure Design and Analysis of the Engineering Demonstration Satellite “TSUBAME” for Earth and Astronomical Observation
Shota Morii, Saburo Matunaga, Azusa Muta
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-c-23 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Optimal Conceptual Design of a Satellite Structure
Josue Orellana, Fernando Velazquez, Jose Ramirez, Antonio Zepeda
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

[c-6]
Shape Estimation of Membrane Structure
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Kyoichi Nakashino (Tokai University, Japan)
Takeshi Akita (JAXA, Japan)
2011-c-24 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Identification of Wrinkles States in Membranes Based on Dispersion of Elastic Wave
Tomohiro Yokozeki, Yosuke Miyaoka, Yusuke Akaike, Yoji Okabe
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-c-25 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Wrinkle Measuremet of Space Membrane Structure under Tension Load
Nozomu Kogiso1, Aya Ito1, Takashi Iwasa2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Tottori University, Japan
2011-c-26 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Shape Estimation of the Membrane of IKAROS Based on Image Analysis and Experiment
Yoshikazu Chishiki1, Hirotaka Sawada2, Osamu Mori2, Yoji Sirasawa1, Ryu Funase2, Yasuyuki Miyazaki3, Saburo Matsunaga4
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-c-27 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Visualization on Formation Process of Wrinkling Phenomena on Thin Membranes Using Grating Projection Method and Investigation on their Nonlinear Mechanical Properties
Hiroshi Kawamura1, Takashi Iwasa1, Keita Unemitsu1, Ryo Sugiyama1, Naoko Kishimoto2, Ken Higuchi3, Motoharu Fujigaki4, Takayuki Shiokawa4
1Tottori University, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Wakayama University, Japan

[c-7]
Membrane Structure
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:10 – 18:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Nozomu Kogiso (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
Tomohiro Yokozeki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2011-c-28 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Experiment and Analysis of Membrane Deployment for Scale Model Solar Sail
Azusa Muta1, Kengo Shintaku1, Saburo Matunaga1, Nobukatsu Okuizumi2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-c-29 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Low-order Modeling and Experimental Validation of Spin Type Solar Sail Dynamics
Masahiko Yamazaki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki
Nihon University, Japan
2011-c-30 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Enhancement of a Spring-mass System Model for Numerical Simulations of Centrifugal Deployment Dynamics of Folded Square Membranes
Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Azusa Muta2, Saburo Matsunaga2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-c-31 ( 17:10-17:30 )
A Study on Mechanical Model of Crease of Membrane
Ryo Hayase, Yasuyuki Miyazaki, Hiroyuki Kamemura, Shoko Inoue
Nihon University, Japan
2011-c-32 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Mechanical Properties of Wrapping Fold Wrinkles in Large Space Membrane
Yasutaka Satou, Hiroshi Furuya
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-c-33 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Shape Memory Composite Membranes for Large Space Structures
Atsuhiko Senba1, Yoshiro Ogi2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan

[c-8]
Inflatable Structure
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:00 – 12:00
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Hiraku Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Atsuhiko Senba (Nagoya University, Japan)
2011-c-34 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Structural Strength of Flare-type Membrane Aeroshell Supported by Inflatable Tours against Aerodynamic Force
Kazuhiko Yamada1, Takuya Sonoda2, Kyoichi Nakashino2, Takashi Abe1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokai University, Japan
2011-c-35 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Construction Method and Running Characteristics of Shock Absorbing Inflatable Wheel for Ultra-Light Rover
Ryo Suzuki1, Hiroaki Tsunoda1, Takeshi Kuratomi2, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu3, Kazuki Watanabe2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2WEL Research, Japan, 3JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2011-c-36 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Improvement of Extension Uniformity of Extensible Mast with Inflatable Actuator
Yuichi Baba, Hiroaki Tsunoda
Tokai University, Japan
2011-c-37 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Experimental Research on the Use of Tape Springs on Inflatables for Hybrid Space Structures
Andrew Cook, Scott Walker, Helen Dobbs
University of Southampton, UK
2011-c-38 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Folding and Deployment Analyses of Inflatable Structures
Nobuhisa Katsumata, M.C. Natori, Hiroshi Yamakawa
Waseda University, Japan
2011-c-39 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Deployment Instabilities of lobed-pumpkin Balloon
Kyoichi Nakashino
Tokai University, Japan

[c-9]
Flexible Structure
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Aikira Meguro (Tokyo City University, Japan)
Huiwen Hu (National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
2011-c-40 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Fundamental Concept of Foldable Compression Ring Structure for Large Mesh Reflectors
Ken’ichi Kawaguchi, Ken’ichi Inoue, Yoshiro Ogi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-c-41 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Evaluation Experiments and Analysis of Adhesive Based Sampling System for the Next Minorbody Exploration
Hiroyuki Morishita1, Shota Morii1, Saburo Matunaga1,2, Hajime Yano3, Chisato Okamoto3
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA,JSPEC, Japan, 3JAXA/JSPEC, Japan
2011-c-42 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Development of a Gravity Compensation Device Underpinning Large Deployable Space Structures
Itsuki Ueda, Akira Meguro
Tokyo City University, Japan
2011-c-43 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Effect of Attachment Errors of Flexible Appendages on the Spin Axis of a Rigid Body
Yoshiro Ogi1, Ken Higuchi2, Kosei Ishimura3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2011-c-44 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Study on Shape Repeatability of a Cable-network Structure
Hiroaki Tanaka, Kenta Saito
National Defense Academy of Japan, Japan

[c-10]
Structural Modeling
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Takayuki Shimoda (JAXA, Japan)
Kanjuro Makihara (Tohoku University, Japan)
2011-c-45 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Shape Prediction of Large Deployable Antenna Structure on Orbit
Kosei Ishimura1, Tsuneo Kii1, Keiji Komatsu1, Ken Goto1, Ken Higuchi2, Kazuro Matsumoto3, Shoichi Iikura4, Makoto Yoshihara3, Masaharu Tsuchiya3
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 3NTSpace, Japan, 4NAS, Japan
2011-c-46 ( 16:50-17:10 )
A Hybrid FEM-Continuous Approach for Modeling Large Space Structures for Attitude Control Synthesis
Riccardo Monti, Paolo Gasbarri
University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
2011-c-47 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Data Assimilation of Nonlinear Structural Dynamical Model: Application to Deployable Frame Structure System
Takeshi Akita, Ryoji Takaki, Eiji Shima
JAXA, Japan
2011-c-48 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Finite Element Model Updating for Tension-Stabilized Flexible Space Structures
Hiraku Sakamoto1, Yuuki Okada1, Nozomu Kogiso2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2011-c-49 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Development and Validation of the Finite Element Model for the Pressure Tank of Sounding Rocket
Huiwen Hu, Yaocheng Wang
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

[c-11]
Vibration and Space Elevator
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Kosei Ishimura (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Giovanni B. Palmerini (Universita’ di Roma La Sapienza, Italy)
2011-c-50 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Autonomous Power Scavenging from Structural Vibration Using Self-Powered Device
Kanjuro Makihara1, Shinsuke Takeuchi2, Shigeru Shimose2, Junjiro Onoda2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-c-51 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Experimental Study on Acoustic Damping Using Energy-Recycling Semi-Active Control Method
Kenji Minesugi, Shigeru Shimose, Junjiro Onoda
JAXA, Japan
2011-c-54 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Study on Vibration of Flexible Tether Equipped with Space Elevator
Hironori Fujii1, Kenji Uchiyama2, Ryotaro Ohkawa2
1Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan
2011-c-55 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Fundamental Numerical Analysis in Dynamics of Space Elevator
Keita Satoh1, Hironori Fujii2, Kenji Uchiyama1
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Kanagawa Institute of Technology/Nihon University, Japan
2011-c-56 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Structures of Self Climbing Mechanisms for the Space Elevator
Masatoshi Hatano
Nihon University, Japan

[d-1]
Spacecraft Dynamics and Control Experiences
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Masahiro Nohmi (Kagawa University, Japan)
Shin-ichiro Sakai (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
The Evaluation Tests of the Attitude Control System of the 50-kg Micro Satellite RISING-2
Kazufumi Fukuda1, Nobuo Sugimura1, Yuji Sakamoto1, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Yukihiro Takahashi2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-d-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
In-orbit Performance of the ADCS for the Nano-remote Sensing Satellite PRISM
Takayuki Hosonuma, Takaya Inamori, Kensuke Shimizu, Yoshinori Mikawa, Toshiki Tanaka, Shinichi Nakasuka
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Attitude Control Dynamics of Spinning Solar Power Sail, IKAROS
Osamu Mori1, Yoji Shirasawa2, Yasuyuki Miyazaki3, Mitsue Hasome4, Yuichi Tsuda1, Ryu Funase1, Takanao Saiki1, Ryo Jifuku2, Hirotaka Sawada1, Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Hiraku Sakamoto5
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Tokai University, Japan, 5Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Design and Analysis of Magnetic Attitude Control System for Technology Demonstration Small Satellite “TSUBAME”
Yuta Komiya, Kyohei Akiyama, Meng Tao, Saburo Matunaga, Kazuya Ishizaka, Huy Le
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-05 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Nonlinear Observer Based Landmark Tracking Strategy for Nano-satellite TSUBAME
Tao Meng1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Zhejiang University, China, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

[d-2]
Attitude Determination 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:20 – 11:40
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Osamu Mori (JAXA, Japan)
Yuichi Tsuda (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-06 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Attitude Determination Method Using Shape Image of Heavenly Body with Phase
Koji Nagasawa1, Yoshiki Sugawara1, Nobuyuki Kobayashi1, Hironori Sahara2
1Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-d-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Spacecraft Attitude and Body Rate Estimation with Four Star Sensor Heads: Concepts and On-Orbit Results
Shoji Yoshikawa1, Katsumasa Miyatake1, Haruhiko Shimoji1, Hiroyuki Kawano1, Takeshi Suzuki1, Yoshinori Kunii1, Kazumori Hama1, Noriaki Oka2
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan
2011-d-10 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Software Design and Simulation of Attitude Determination System for a Micro Satellite – TSUBAME
Huy Le, Kazuya Ishizaka, Saburo Matunaga
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-11 ( 11:20-11:40 )
System Integration of a Star Sensor for the Small Earth Observation Satellite RISING-2
Toshinori Kuwahara, Steve Battazzo, Yoshihiro Tomioka, Yuji Sakamoto, Kazuya Yoshida
Tohoku University, Japan

[d-3]
Attitude Dymanics and Control 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hirohisa Kojima (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Takeya Shima (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2011-d-12 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Development of Adaptive Skew Pyramid Type CMGs
Hirohisa Kojima1, Naoki Matsuda1, Kazushi Komatsu1, Kohei Takada2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Sony, Japan
2011-d-13 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Comparison of Pseudoinverse Input and Optimal Input for Control Moment Gyros
Takehiro Higuchi, Seiya Ueno
Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-d-14 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Analysis and Experimental Validation of CMG Gimbal Friction Effects on Spacecraft Attitude Control
Tomoya Hattori1, Katsuhiko Yamada1, Ryosuke Terabe1, Toshiaki Kimata2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-d-15 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Fuel Efficient Attitude Maneuver by Multiple Thruster Firings
Takeya Shima1, Katsuhiko Yamada2
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan

[d-4]
Attitude Dymanics and Control 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:10 – 17:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Katsuhiko Yamada (Nagoya University, Japan)
Shinji Hokamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
2011-d-16 ( 16:10-16:30 )
3-D Attitude Control of an Underactuated Satellite with Constant Inputs
Yasuhiro Yoshimura, Takashi Matsuno, Shinji Hokamoto
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-d-17 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Input-Shaping-Based States Compensation for Mode Switching Control of Flexible Satellites
Tsutomu Nakamura1, Nobutaka Bando2, Shin-ichiro Sakai2, Hirobumi Saito2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-19 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Attitude Dynamics of a Pendulum-shape Charged Satellite Using Lorentz and Gravity Forces
Shinji Hachiyama, Mai Bando, Hiroshi Yamakawa
Kyoto University, Japan

[d-5]
Attitude Determination 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 17:20 – 18:40
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Jozef van der Ha (Consultant, USA)
Shoji Yoshikawa (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2011-d-08 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Attitude Determination and Control System for the Nano – astrometry Satellite Mission
Takaya Inamori, Nobutada Sako, Takayuki Hosonuma, Jun-ichi Takisawa, Tomoya Suehiro, Hiroaki Idobata, Taiga Noumi, Shinichi Nakasuka
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-09 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Modified Rodrigues Parameter State Estimation in the Presence of Large Orientation Ambiguity
Richard Linares1, Fred Leve2, Moriba Jah2, John Crassidis1
1University at Buffalo, USA, 2U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
2011-d-20 ( 18:00-18:20 )
Attitude and Rate Estimation of a Spacecraft by Using Magnetometers
Katsuhiko Yamada, Kazuma Wakasugi, Ichiro Jikuya
Nagoya University, Japan
2011-d-21 ( 18:20-18:40 )
Real-time Estimation of the Bias Error of the Magnetometer Only with the Gyro Sensors
Shin-ichiro Sakai, Nobutaka Bando, Shigehito Shimizu, Yusuke Maru, Hideyuki Fuke, Shujiro Sawai, Tatsuaki Hashimoto
JAXA, Japan

[d-6]
Randezvous and Proximity Operations 1
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 9:30
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Ryu Funase (JAXA, Japan)
Fuyuto Terui (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-24 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Solution for Relative Planar V-Bar Transfers under Arbitrary Finite Thrust Arcs
Marek Dittmar1, Jozef Van der Ha2
1University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2011-d-25 ( 8:50-9:10 )
HTV Flight Demonstration Performance
Hirohiko Uematsu, Toru Kasai, Satoshi Ueda, Keiichi Wada
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-26 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Genetic-Algorithm-Based Rendezvous Trajectory Design for Multiple Active Debris Removal
Shinji Hokamoto, Junko Murakami
Kyushu University, Japan

[d-7]
Space Robotics
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:00 – 12:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Mitsushige Oda (JAXA, Japan)
Shin-ichro Nishida (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-27 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Preparation of the REX-J Mission to Demonstrate Technologies for the Astronaut Support Robot
Mitsushige Oda1, Masahiro Yoshii1, Hiroyuki Nakanishi1, Hiroki Kato1, Atsushi Ueta1, Yuusuke Hagiwara2, Mitsuhiro Yamazumi2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-28 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Experimental Verification of Vibration Control of a Flexible Arm for REX-J Robotic Demonstration on JEM
Daichi Hirano1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Mitsushige Oda2, Hiroki Nakanishi2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-29 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Analysis and Test of a Space Manipulator Modeling Approach
Paolo Gasbarri, Giovanni Palmerini
University of Rome, Italy
2011-d-30 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Modeling of Flexible and Rigid Wheels for Exploration Rover on Rough Terrain
Genya Ishigami1, Masatsugu Otsuki1, Takashi Kubota1, Karl Iagnemma2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
2011-d-31 ( 11:20-11:40 )
The Proposal of the Planetary Exploration System with the Cooperation and Sequential Movement of Two Micro Rovers
Kiyohiko Hattori, Masaya Nakata, Yoshihiro Ichikawa, Masayuki Otani, Hiroyasu Matsushima, Keiki Takadama
The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
2011-d-32 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Space Verification Experiment for A Tethered Space Robot
Masahiro Nohmi, Takayuki Hosoda, Jun Tanikawa, Osamu Itose
Kagawa University, Japan

[d-8]
Randezvous and Proximity Operations 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hirohiko Uematsu (JAXA, Japan)
Marek Dittmar (Institute of Space Systems, University of Stuttgart, Germany)
2011-d-33 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Two Axis Attitude Control Using Coulomb Forcing for the Purpose of On-Orbit Servicing
Paul Iliffe, Saburo Matunaga
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-34 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Safe Trajectory Generation for Docking a Tumbling Satellite
Kun Qiao, Shinichi Nakasuka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-35 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Contact Dynamics Modeling for Snare Wire Type of End Effector in Capture Operation
Naohiro Uyama1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Hiroki Nakanishi2, Mitsushige Oda2, Hirotaka Sawada2, Satoshi Suzuki3
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3AES, Japan
2011-d-36 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Model Predictive Motion Control of a Spacecraft in Touchdown Phase to the Asteroid
Fuyuto Terui1, Toshihide Sudo2
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Electro-Communications, Japan

[d-9]
Image Based Measurement and Navigation
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:10 – 17:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Michael Shoemaker (Kyushu University, Japan)
Naoko Ogawa (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-37 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Crater Detection Using Haar-Like Feature for Moon Landing System Based on the Surface Image
Hiroyuki Kamata1, Syoto Mizumi1, Yoshiaki Takeda1, Norifumi Aoyama1, Takahiro Tanaami1, Keiki Takadama2, Shinji Ozawa3, Seisuke Fukuda4, Shujiro Sawai4
1Meiji University, Japan, 2The University of Electro-Communications, Japan, 3Aichi University of Technology, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2011-d-38 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Relative Navigation Near Asteroids Using Wide-Field Integration of Optic Flow
Michael Shoemaker, Shinji Hokamoto
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-d-39 ( 16:50-17:10 )
On-Orbit Measurement of Solar Array Paddle’s Thermally Induced Deformation Using A Monitor Camera Mounted On GOSAT
Yusuke Hagiwara1, Satoshi Suzuki2, Mitsushige Oda3
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Advanced Engineering Services Co.,Ltd., Japan, 3JAXA, Japan

[d-10]
Flight Control
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 17:20 – 18:40
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Akio Abe (Nihon University, Japan)
Takayuki Yamamoto (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-40 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Flight Control System Using Backstepping Method for Space Transportation System
Akio Abe, Yuzo Shimada
Nihon University, Japan
2011-d-41 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Hierarchy Guidance Law for Reusable Space Transportation Systems
Seiya Ueno1, Yusuke Mizuo1, Shinji Ishimoto2
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-42 ( 18:00-18:20 )
Real-Time Guidance System by Implementing Genetic Algorithm on Field Programmable Gate Array
Shintaro Miyamoto, Koichi Yonemoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-43 ( 18:20-18:40 )
The Development of the Fault Tolerance System of the Rocketplane
Hirotaka Hayashi, Hiroshi Tokutake
Kanazawa University, Japan

[d-11]
Orbit Transfer and Control
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Seiya Ueno (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Giovanni Palmerini (Universita’ di Roma La Sapienza, Italy)
2011-d-44 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Effect of Friction on the Braking Performance of Tether Deployment System
Yukikazu Sakaguchi, Hironori Fujii
Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-46 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Fuel Optimal Impulsive Maneuver Strategy for Satellite Formation Reconfiguration Based on Relative Orbit Elements
Jihe Wang, Shinichi Nakasuka
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-47 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Optimizing Space Trajectories of Small Satellites Using Two Propulsions
Kazuhisa Yohda, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-d-48 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Initial Orbit Control of SLATS Using Atmospheric Drag
Shunsuke Imamura, Masayoshi Utashima
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-49 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Relative Position Control of Spacecraft Formation in Eccentric Orbits
Masaya Kimura, Katsuhiko Yamada
Nagoya University, Japan

[d-12]
Orbit Determination
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:40 – 12:00
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Takeuchi (JAXA, Japan)
Takafumi Ohnishi (Fujitsu Limited, Japan)
2011-d-50 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Orbit Determination of Hayabusa Re-entry Phase using Ground-based Optical Observation
Tomohiro Yamaguchi1, Makoto Yoshikawa2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-51 ( 11:00-11:20 )
GNSS-based Navigation in Very High Orbits
Giovanni Palmerini
Universita’ di Roma La Sapienza, Italy
2011-d-52 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Reassessment of SELENE Doppler bias
Mina Ogawa1, Hitoshi Ikeda1, Masao Hirota1, Takahiro Iwata1, Takahiro Inoue1, Chiaki Aoshima2, Takafumi Ohnishi2, Shiro Ishibashi2, Noriyuki Namiki3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, 3Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-d-53 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Correlation of Optical Observations of Earth-Orbiting Objects and Initial Orbit Determination with Applications to LEO and Space-Based Observations
Kohei Fujimoto, Daniel Scheeres
The University of Colorado – Boulder, USA

[d-13]
Interplanetary Trajectory and Mission Design 1
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
Markus Landgraf (ESA/ESOC, Germany)
2011-d-54 ( 14:40-15:00 )
CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ASTEROID GRAVITY FIELD VIA SLOW FLYBYS
Yu Takahashi, Daniel Scheeres
University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
2011-d-55 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Model for Thermal Radiation Recoil Accelerations of Interplanetary Satellites
Jozef van der Ha
Consultant, USA
2011-d-56 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Possible Close Approach to Asteroids for IKAROS after Venus Flyby
Masaki Nakamiya, Yuichi Tsuda, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-d-57 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Thermal Radiation Modeling for Interplanetary Spacecraft Orbit Propagation
Yoshihide Sugimoto, Jozef van der Ha
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-d-58 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Orbit Steering Method of Solar Sail via Spin Rate Control
Yuya Mimasu1, Tomohiro Yamaguchi2, Masaki Nakamiya3, Hitoshi Ikeda3, Ryu Funase3, Takanao Saiki3, Yuichi Tsuda3, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi3
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan

[d-14]
Interplanetary Trajectory and Mission Design 2
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Masaki Nakamiya (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Yu Takahashi (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
2011-d-59 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Mission Design for ESA’s Herschel/Planck
Markus Landgraf
ESA/ESOC, Germany
2011-d-60 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Study on Stationkeeping Strategy for Libration Point Mission
Toshinori Ikenaga, Masayoshi Utashima
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-61 ( 17:10-17:30 )
A Study of the Transfers to the Quasi-halo Orbit using the characteristic of the Dynamical System
Masaki Nakamiya, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-d-62 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Design of Phasing Orbit in Lunar Transfer Trajectory
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-63 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Optimal Trajectory Design for Asteroid Deflection Mission
Mai Bando, Hiroshi Yamakawa
Kyoto University, Japan

[d-15-s]
Astrodynamics, Control 1
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Fuyuto Terui (JAXA, Japan)
Shin-ichiro Sakai (JAXA, Japan)
2011-d-64s ( 14:40-15:00 )
Distributed Model Predictive Control of spacecraft formation flying
Arvin Morattab
Iran University of Science & Technology, Iran
2011-d-65s ( 15:00-15:20 )
Control Strategies Based on Dynamical System Theory for Formation Flying around Halo Orbits
Triwanto Simanjuntak
The Graduate University for Advanced Sciences, Japan
2011-d-67s ( 15:20-15:40 )
A new spacecraft localization method based on GDSBL
Jianjun Zhu
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-68s ( 15:40-16:00 )
An Optimal H-infinity Design Using GKYP Lemma for DVDFB Controller and Its Application to Flexible Spacecraft
Yuichi Takaku
University of Electro Communications, Japan

[d-16-s]
Astrodynamics, Control 2
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:10 – 17:30
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Jozef van der Ha (Consultant, USA)
Norimasa Yoshida (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2011-d-69s ( 16:10-16:30 )
Sun and Earth Angle Based Attitude Determination of Interplanetary Spinner Space Craft
Kenji Kitamura
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-70s ( 16:30-16:50 )
Study on Polynomial Guidance Law for the Smart Lander for Investigating Moon
Motoshi Kawasaki
Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-d-71s ( 16:50-17:10 )
Rule-Based Optimal Control Law for Minimum-time Attitude Maneuver using CMGs
Misuzu Haruki
Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-d-73s ( 17:10-17:30 )
Prospective Equilibrium Point Control of Spin Axis of Spin Spacecraft by Using Solar Radiation Pressure
Yoshinobu Okano
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

[d-17]
Control Devices 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Takahide Mizuno (JAXA, Japan)
Munetaka Kashiwa (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2011-d-74 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of the Attitude Sensor for the Mars Airplane
Hiroshi Tokutake, Yasuhiro Yuasa
Kanazawa University, Japan
2011-d-75 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Advanced Sensors and Actuators for small satellites
Stephan Roemer, Stephan Stoltz, Christian Raschke
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany
2011-d-76 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Improvement of Fiber Optical Gyroscope Performance by Dynamic Calibration Against Thermal Fluctuation for Space Applications
Hajime Kato, Hirobumi Saito, Shinichiro Sakai
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-77 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Pulse Detection IC for a Laser Altimeter Using CMOS Technology
Takahide Mizuno, Kousuke Kawahara, Hirokazu Ikeda
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-78 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Landing Radar Simulation with Digital Terrain Models
Seisuke Fukuda, Tomohiko Sakai, Takahide Mizuno
JAXA, Japan

[d-18]
Control Devices 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:20 – 11:40
Room : A1
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Tokutake (Kanazawa University, Japan)
Stephan Roemer (Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany)
2011-d-79 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Shock Response Control Using MEIDs -Consideration of a Single-Axis Falling Type Problem-
Yohei Kushida1, Susumu Hara1, Yoji Yamada1, Masatsugu Otsuki2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-80 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Low Disturbance Driving Method for Stepper Motor
Munetaka Kashiwa, Mitsunori Saito
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-d-81 ( 11:00-11:20 )
The Development of Spherical Gas Bearings for the 3DRW Operated by a Small Air Supplier
Keita Tanaka1, Yuichi Tsuda2, Takanao Saiki2, Yoji Shirasawa1, Ryo Jifuku1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-d-82 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Toward the Realization of Small, Light-weight and Low-cost Avionics for Satellite Launching Vehicles
Kyoko Oribe1, Nobuhiro Sekino1, Takumi Kanzawa1, Kazuhiro Yagi1, Yasunobu Segawa1, Kyoichi Tamura2, Junichi Masuda2
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan

[e-1]
Physics of Fluids
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hiromitsu Kawazoe (Tottori University, Japan)
Hiroyuki Nishida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
2011-e-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Estimation of Stability Derivatives for a Planar Wedge
Sher Khan1, M Khan2, Mohd Thaif2, B Thimmaiya2, Othman Sidek2
1P A College of Engg, India, 2CDEC, Malaysia
2011-e-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Relationship Between Shock Wave Oscillations and Transonic Tone
Makiko Yonamine1, Seung-young Shin2, Toshiyuki Aoki2
1University of the Ryukyus, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2011-e-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
About Transformation of Supersonis Flow into Acoustic Vibrations
Uliiana Tuchina1, Galyna Sokol2
1‘Yuzhnoye’, Ukraine, 2Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine
2011-e-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
A Discussion of Turbulence Models
Trevor Moulden
University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA
2011-e-06 ( 9:50-10:10 )
A Modeling of Transition Behavior for Stationary to Oscillatory Flow in Marangoni Convection under Microgravity
Shinichi Yoda1, Satoshi Matsumoto2
1ISAS, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-e-07 ( 10:10-10:30 )
DSMC Investigation on Rarefied Gas Natural Convection in 3-D Enclosure with Adiabatic Side Walls
Tsung-Han Lin1, Pei-Yuan Tzeng1, Chyi-Yeou Soong2, Ming-Chung Luo1
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Feng Chia University, Taiwan

[e-2]
Aerodynamics of Vehicles and Parachutes
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:40 – 11:20
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hirotaka Otsu (Ryukoku University, Japan)
Trevor Moulden (University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA)
2011-e-09 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Numerical Analysis of Dynamic Characteristics of a Reusable Sounding Rocket During Turn Over
Kazuto Kuzuu, Keiichi Kitamura, Keiichiro Fujimoto, Eiji Shima
JAXA, Japan
2011-e-10 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Aerodynamic Design Exploration for Reusable Launch Vehicle using Genetic Algorism with Navier-Stokes Solver
Tomoaki Tatsukawa1, Taku Nonomura2, Akira Oyama2, Kozo Fujii2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[e-3]
Aerodynamics of Vehicles and Parachutes
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 15:40
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hirotaka Otsu (Ryukoku University, Japan)
Trevor Moulden (University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA)
2011-e-11 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Study on Comprehensive Flutter Characteristics of a Balloon-based Operation Vehicle for Supersonic Airbreathing Engine Experiment
Chihiro Yoshikawa, Koji Miyaji
Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-e-12 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Fluild-Motion Coupled Simulation around Free Decsent Parachute
Takeshi Nakamura, Shun Takahashi, Norio Arai
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2011-e-13 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Improvement of Lift-to-Drag Ratio of a Parafoil for Mars Exploration
Yasutomo Hidaka, Koju Hiraki
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

[e-4]
Optical Diagnostics
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 15:50 – 17:50
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Kojiro Suzuki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Sher Khan (P A college of Engineering, India)
2011-e-14 ( 15:50-16:10 )
Radiative Characteristics of N2 First Positive Bands in Low-pressure Microwave-discharged Nitrogen Plasma
Kenji Shibusawa1, Masato Funatsu2, Hiroyuki Shirai3
1Ibaraki National College of Technology, Japan, 2Gunma University, Japan, 3The Open University of Japan, Japan
2011-e-15 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Spectroscopic Analysis of Carbon Dioxide Plasma in a 10.5kW arc-heated Wind Tunnel
Gouji Yamada, Shingo Otsuta, Takashi Matsuno, Hiromitu Kawazoe
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Japan
2011-e-16 ( 16:30-16:50 )
CARS Measurement of Rotational and Vibrational Temperatures of Nitrogen Molecules in Nonequilibrium Flow behind Hypervelocity Shock Wave up to 7km/s
Shota Niinomi, Kotaro Sakurai, Hima Venigalla, Masashi Oguro, Masanori Ota, Kazuo Maeno
Chiba University, Japan
2011-e-17 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Development of VUV Absorption Technique for Number Density Detection in High Enthalpy Flows
Makoto Matsui, Akira Kuwahara, Yoshiki Yamagiwa
Shizuoka University, Japan
2011-e-18 ( 17:10-17:30 )
High Enthalpy Flow Diagnostics measured by Laser-Induced Fluorescence to Atomic Nitrogen
Hiroki Takayanagi, Masahito Mizuno, Keusuke Fujii, Kazuhisa Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2011-e-19 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Spectroscopic Measurements of SiC Ablations in Air Plasma Freejets
Masato Funatsu1, Masahiro Ozawa1, Ryuji Shibata1, Hiroyuki Shirai2, Fumio Takakusagi1
1Gunma University, Japan, 2The Open University of Japan, Japan

[e-5-s]
Fluid Dynamics 1
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Masato Funatsu (Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University, Japan)
Toshiyuki Suzuki (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan)
2011-e-20s ( 8:30-8:50 )
The Aerodynamic Heating Environment of Inflatable Structure in Hypersonic Flow
Daisuke Abe
Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
2011-e-21s ( 8:50-9:10 )
Generating Conditions of Laser Sustained Plasma Generated by 250 W Continuous Wave Diode Laser
Kensaku Tanaka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-22s ( 9:10-9:30 )
Thermal Response Simulation of Ultra Light Weight Phenolic Carbon Ablator by the Use of the Ablation Analysis Code
Kenta Gibo
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
2011-e-23s ( 9:30-9:50 )
Spatially Resolved Measurement of High Enthalpy Flow Using Cross-beam Saturation Absorption Spectroscopy
Satoshi Nomura
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-24s ( 9:50-10:10 )
Experimental Investigation of the Pitching Motion of the Reentry Vehicle with the Tilted Toroidal Ballute
Daisuke Harada
Ryukoku University, Japan
2011-e-25s ( 10:10-10:30 )
Hypersonic Wind Tunnel Experiment Regarding Directed Energy Air Spike (DEAS)
Fumiaki Niwa
Teikyo University, Japan

[e-6]
Flow Measurement and Control
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hisashi Kihara (Kyushu University, Japan)
Masaharu Uchiumi (JAXA, Japan)
2011-e-26 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Numerical Study on Control of Separation Flow over Slender Body using DBD Plasma Actuator
Ryoji Inaba1, Hiroyuki Nishida1, Taku Nonomura2, Kengo Asada3
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-27 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Preliminary Experimental Study on Aerodynamic Characteristics Control of Slender Body Using DBD Plasma Actuator
Hiroyuki Nishida1, Isao Miyazaki1, Satoshi Nonaka2, Taku Nonomura2, Yoshifumi Inatani2
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-e-28 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Flow Control Characteristics of Trielectrode Plasma Actuators
Takashi Matsuno, Mikimasa Kawaguchi, Goji Yamada, Hiromitsu Kawazoe
Tottori University, Japan
2011-e-29 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Experimental Investigation of Pulse Energy Deposition in Hypersonic Flow
Leichao Yang, Hossein Zare-Behtash, Erinc Erdem, Konstaninos Kontis
University of Manchester, UK
2011-e-30 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Flow Angles and Mach Number Measurement Using Surface Pressures of a Nose Cone at Transonic Speed
Katsuyoshi Fukiba, Takuya Iimura, Takuya Uemura
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan

[e-7]
Flow in Propulsion Devices
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:20 – 12:40
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Kojyu Hiraki (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Katsuyoshi Fukiba (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-e-31 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Detonation Wave Propagation in Annular Channels with Rectangular Cross-section
Hisahiro Nakayama1, Takahiro Moriya1, Jiro Kasahara1, Akiko Matsuo2, Yuya Sasamoto2, Ikkoh Funaki3
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2011-e-32 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Effects of a vortex flow on characteristics of deflagration-to-detonation transition
Katsuo Asato, Takeshi Miyasaka, Yuta Watanabe, Soushin Ishikawa, Kouki Tanabashi
Gifu University, Japan
2011-e-33 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Experimental Investigation of a Multi-Cycle Single-Tube Pulse Detonation Rocket Engine with a Coaxial Rotary Valve
Ken Matsuoka1, Motoki Esumi1, Ken Bryan Ikeguchi1, Jiro Kasahara1, Akiko Matsuo2, Ikkoh Funaki3
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2011-e-34 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Unsteady Propagation Processes of Oblique Detonation Waves Initiated by Hypersonic Spherical Projectiles
Shinichi Maeda1, Jiro Kasahara1, Akiko Matsuo2
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2011-e-35 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Pressure Oscillation and its Influence of HTV Propulsion System Due to Long Propellant Feed Line Coupling Effects
Mio Yamamoto1, Shunichiro Nakai1, Akira Shisa1, Hajime Mitsuki1, Hirohisa Mibae1, Taizou Shiiki1, Shinobu Matsuo2, Shinichi Takata3
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2011-e-36 ( 12:00-12:20 )
Scale Model Plug Cluster Nozzle Test and Analysis
Ideo Masuda1, Kenichi Kajiwara1, Mitsuharu Kusama2
1JAXA, Japan, 2AES, Japan
2011-e-37 ( 12:20-12:40 )
Effect of Level of Over Expansion in a Suddenly Expanded Flow
Sher Khan1, M Khan2, M Thaif2, B Thimmaiya2, Othamn Sidek2
1P A College of Engg, India, 2CDEC, Malaysia

[e-8]
Hypersonic Flows 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Takeharu Sakai (Nagoya University, Japan)
Takashi Matsuno (Tottori University, Japan)
2011-e-38 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Numerical Simulation of Flow Field and Heat Transfer Around HAYABUSA Reentry Capsule
Masataka Yamada, Yohei Matsuda, Naoya Hirata, Yusuke Takahashi, Hisashi Kihara, Ken-ichi Abe
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-e-39 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Particle Simulation of Electrodynamic Aerobraking on a Reentry Capsule
Hiroshi Katsurayama1, Takashi Abe2
1Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-e-40 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Post-Test Sample Analysis of Low Density Ablators Using Arcjet
Takeharu Sakai1, Takahiro Inoue1, Mitsunobu Kuribayashi1, Keiichi Okuyama2, Toshiyuki Suzuki3, Kazuhisa Fujita3, Sumio Kato4, Seiji Nishio5
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Aichi University of Technology, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan, 4University of Ryukyu, Japan, 5KHI, Japan
2011-e-41 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Thermal Response Analysis of Low Density CFRP Ablator
Toshiyuki Suzuki1, Kazuhisa Fujita1, Takeharu Sakai2, Kei-ichi Okuyama3, Sumio Kato4, Seiji Nishio5
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Aichi University of Technology, Japan, 4University of Ryukyus, Japan, 5Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2011-e-42 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Numerical Simulation of Transpiration Cooling System for Reentry Vehicles with Analytical Solutions of Thermal Response
Hirotaka Otsu1, Kazuhisa Fujita2
1Ryukoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-e-43 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Free-Fall force measurement technique in the shock tunnel HIEST
Hideyuki Tanno, Kazuo Sato, Tomoyuki Komuro, Masahiro Takahashi, Katsuhiro Itoh
JAXA, Japan

[e-9]
Hypersonic Flows 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:50 – 18:50
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Kazuhisa Fujita (JAXA, Japan)
Hiroshi Katsurayama (Yamaguchi University, Japan)
2011-e-44 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Hypersonic flow investigation of aerospikes for delta-type lifting body configuration
Shashank Khurana, Kojiro Suzuki
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-45 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Aerodynamic Shape Optimization of Membrane Aeroshell Aerocapture Vehicle
Naohiko Honma, Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-46 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Numerical Study on application of Knudsen Pump to Thruster of Spacecraft
Katsutoshi Hamasaki, Ryosuke Yano, Kojiro Suzuki
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-47 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Atmospheric flight characteristic of reentry capsule by Ornithopter
Masaru Takashi, Hironori Fujii
Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-e-48 ( 18:10-18:30 )
Application of Deployable Membrane Aeroshell to Small Planetary Entry Probes Covering a Wide Range of Landing Site
Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-e-49 ( 18:30-18:50 )
Generic Mass Injection Cooling for Structures Exposed to Plasma
Roland Gabrielli, Dejan Petkow, Georg Herdrich, Stefanos Fasoulas, Hans-Peter Roeser
Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany

[e-10-s]
Fluid Dynamics 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Hideyuki Tanno (JAXA, Japan)
Kazuto Kuzuu (JAXA, Japan)
2011-e-50s ( 8:30-8:50 )
Estimation on Low-Speed Aerodynamic Performance of Hypersonic Transport Airplanes
Naoyuki Okamura
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2011-e-51s ( 8:50-9:10 )
Prediction and reduction of sonic boom for Space Shuttle and space plane
Naoya Murakami
Teikyo University, Japan
2011-e-52s ( 9:10-9:30 )
Study of Unsteady Supersonic Jet using shock Tube with Small High-Pressure Chamber
Yuji Oshiro
University of the Ryukyu, Japan
2011-e-53s ( 9:30-9:50 )
Experimental Study of Interaction between Supersonic Flow and Normal Jet surrounded by Porous Cavity
Akito Koda
University of the Ryukyu, Japan
2011-e-54s ( 9:50-10:10 )
An Experimental Study on Void Fraction Measurement of Cryogenic Multiphase Flow
Hitomi Iizuka
Waseda University, Japan
2011-e-55s ( 10:10-10:30 )
Effect of Piezo actuator at throat on transonic diffuser
Yuji Gima
University of Ryukyus, Japan

[f-1]
Mission Results and Lessons Learned
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B4
Chairpersons : Toshiaki Ogawa (NEC, Japan)
Koji Nakaya (JAXA, Japan)
2011-f-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
A high-performance Low Cost COTS Base Camera for the Space Application – From IKAROS and beyond –
Masato Terakura1, Akira Miyasaka1, Shinichi Kimura1, Nobuomi Sakamoto2, Saburo Matunaga3, Hirotaka Sawada4, Ryu Funase4
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2WEL Research Co., Ltd., 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2011-f-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Japanese ISS Program Lessons Learned
Naoki Sato, Kesatoshi Kuraoka, Yusuke Matsumura, Shinobu Doi, Kuniaki Shiraki
JAXA, Japan
2011-f-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Current Operation Status of “KIZUNA (WINDS)”
Takafumi Horiuchi, Satoru Ozawa, Tetsuo Sato, Tomonori Kuroda, Masanobu Yajima, Masahiro Nakao
JAXA, Japan
2011-f-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
The Summary of the SERVIS Project
Noriaki Oka1, Koichi Ijichi1, Kazumori Hama1, Masatsugu Akiyama1, Hideyuki Hamada2
1Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan, 2New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Japan

[f-2]
Onboard Technology
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : B4
Chairpersons : Shinichi Kimura (Tokyo Unversity of Science, Japan)
Seisuke Fukuda (JAXA, Japan)
2011-f-05 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Automatic Circulation Control of Working Fluid in Liquid Droplet Radiator
Tsuyoshi Totani, Takuhiro Takekoshi, Masashi Wakita, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-f-06 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Autonomous Grasp and Manipulation by Space Robotic Hand using Tactile Sensors
Atsushi Ueta, Mitsushige Oda
JAXA, Japan
2011-f-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Common Computer Module for Launch Vehicle Guidance and Control Components
Hiroshi Kawai1, Tatsushi Izumi1, Shuichi Matsumoto1, Koji Sunami1, Takeshi Sasada1, Nobuyoshi Hayashi2, Tsuneo Uchida3, Keita Takahashi3
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Corporation, Japan, 3NEC Engineering, Ltd., Japan
2011-f-08 ( 11:00-11:20 )
A Low-Cost Mass Memory Unit for Small Satellites
Marek Dittmar1, Mahdi Najmabadi2, Hans-Peter Roeser2
1University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2Institute of Space Systems, Germany

[f-3]
Satellite Development and Test
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B4
Chairpersons : Takahide Mizuno (JAXA, Japan)
Tsuyoshi Totani (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2011-f-10 ( 14:40-15:00 )
A Systematic Resource Allocation Method for Satellite Development Using Game Theory
Yukiya Hanada, Sota Inomata, Toru Sugiyama, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-f-11 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Automatic generation of on-board software from the model – Spacecraft Information Base version 2 (SIB2)
Keiichi Matsuzaki1, Tetsu Saitoh2, Takashi Kominato3, Shinya Okunishi4
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC Aerospace Systems, Ltd., 3NEC Corporation, Japan, 4NEC System Technologies, Ltd.
2011-f-12 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Test bed for verification of attitude control systems
Stephan Roemer, Christian Raschke
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany
2011-f-13 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Simple simulated shock generator for Marman clamp separation system
Shinsuke Takeuchi
JAXA, Japan

[f-4]
Ground System and Operation
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:10 – 17:30
Room : B4
Chairpersons : Kazuhiro Kimura (NICT, Japan)
Keiichi Matsuzaki (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-f-14 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Feasibility study of a ground system towards an enhancement of observation capability for ALOS-2
Yasushi Ueda, Nobuto Yoshioka, Hiroyuki Itoh, Hiroshi Miyoshi, Yuji Osawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-f-15 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Development of Automatic Satellite Operation System-Using REIMEI Ground Station as a Test Bench-
Hiroyuki Nagamatsu, Kazushi Asamura, Atsushi Yamazaki, Shin-ichiro Sakai, Yosuke Fukushima, Seisuke Fukuda, Takahide Mizuno, Hirobumi Saito
ISAS, Japan
2011-f-16 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Telemetry Monitoring for Artificial Satellites with Machine Learning Techniques
Takehisa Yairi1, Noboru Takata2, Yukihito Yamaguchi3
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3SORUN Corporation, Japan
2011-f-18 ( 17:10-17:30 )
METHODS OF INCREASING EFFICIENCY OF OBSERVATON OF THE COSMIC SEGMENT OF A MULTI-SATELLITE SYSTEM
Tatyana Labutkina, Vladimir Larin, Vladimir Belikov, Olga Lurye, Elena Myslyvets, Artem Petrov
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

[f-5]
Small Satellites and Their Applications 1 – Minisatellite –
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Shinsuke Takeuchi (JAXA, Japan)
Stephan Roemer (Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany)
2011-f-19 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of Flexible Standard Bus for ISAS/JAXA Small Scientific Satellite Series
Koji Nakaya1, Seisuke Fukuda1, Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Atsushi Yamazaki1, Kazunori Uemizu1, Tsuyoshi Toriumi2, Junko Takahashi3, Masaki Maehara3, Takakazu Okahashi3, Shujiro Sawai1
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC, Japan, 3NEC Aerospace Systems, Japan
2011-f-20 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Utilization of a Mission Sensor in the Attitude Control Loop : a Cost Effective Apporach for High Pointing Accuracy
Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Atsushi Yamazaki1, Kazunori Uemizu1, Koji Nakaya1, Seisuke Fukuda1, Shujiro Sawai1, Kazuhisa Tanaka2, Yosuke Iwayama2, Yasuhiro Kusakawa2, Naoto Ogura2
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan
2011-f-21 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Conceptual Study on SLIM: Smart Lunar Landing Technology Demonstrator
Shujiro Sawai1, Takahide Mizuno2, Seisuke Fukuda2, Koji Nakaya2, Junichi Haruyama2, Tatsuaki Okada2, Junichi Nakatsuka2, Takanao Saiki2, Ryoichiro Yasumitsu3, Katsushige Morishima4
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 4Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, LTD., Japan
2011-f-22 ( 9:30-9:50 )
A Study on Guidance, Navigation and Control about SLIM
Ryoichiro Yasumitsu, Makoto Kunugi, Akito Takeya, Hidetaka Aoki, Naoki Takatsuka, Shoji Yoshikawa, Yuta Fujii
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan

[f-6]
Small Satellites and Their Applications 2 – Microsatellite –
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Shujiro Sawai (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Ryoichiro Yasumitsu (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
2011-f-23 ( 10:00-10:20 )
The First Mission of the Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology SATellite: FASTSAT-HSV01
Joseph Casas, Mark Boudreaux, Timothy Smith
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA
2011-f-24 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Preliminary Report on The Fastsat-HSV01 Mission: Synergistic Observations of the Magnetospheric Response During Active Periods:MINI-ME, PISA and TTI
Joseph Casas1, Mark Boudreaux1, Douglas Rowland2, John Sigwarth2, Michael Collier2
1NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA, 2NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
2011-f-25 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Development Status and Operation Plan of 50-kg Microsatellite RISING-2 for Earth Observations by Multi-Spectrum Instruments
Yuji Sakamoto1, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Kazufumi Fukuda1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Tetsuya Fukuhara2, Junichi Kurihara2, Yukihiro Takahashi2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-f-26 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Trade-off Study on Competitive Structure Design of Micro-STAR
Sun Won Kim1, Hoang The Huynh2, Yohei Satoh3, Masanobu Tsuji3
1Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea, 2Space Technology Institute/Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Viet Nam, 3JAXA, Japan

[f-7]
Small Satellites and Their Applications 3 – Microsatellite –
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Seiji Kuroki (Soka University, Japan)
Joseph Casas (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA)
2011-f-28 ( 14:40-15:00 )
QSAT-EOS: 50kg-class Small Satellite for Earth Observation System Demonstration
Shigeru Aso1, Tetsuo Yasaka2, Yasuhiro Tani1, Toshiya Hanada1, Masahiko Murozono1, Masatoshi Omura1, Yoshihiro Tsuruda1, Shunsuke Onishi1, Kohei Arai3, Mengu Cho4, Masanori Nishio5
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2QPS Laboratory, Japan, 3Saga University, Japan, 4Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 5Kagoshima University, Japan
2011-f-29 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Thermal and Structural Design of QSAT-EOS
Shunsuke Onishi, Sigeru Aso, Haruhiko Ohta, Masahiko Murozono, Tetsuo Yasaka
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-f-30 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Development low shock separation mechanism for micro satellite
Seiya Nagano1, Tetsuo Yasaka2, Tokuo Kawashima3, Shigeru Aso1, Shunsuke Oonishi1
1University of Kyushu, Japan, 2Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space, Inc., Japan, 3Nakashimada Engineering Works, Ltd., Japan
2011-f-31 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Research of Environmentally-Isolated Capsule (EIC) for Microsatellite
Tasuku Asanuma, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-f-32 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Establishment of “Needs Database” for Continuous Exploration of Space Utilizations via Ig Satellite Design Contest
Hironori Sahara1, Satoshi Hosoda2, Yoshiki Sugawara3, Masakatsu Nakano4, Shinichi Nakasuka5
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan, 5University of Tokyo, Japan

[f-8]
Small Satellites and Their Applications 4 – Nanosatellite –
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Tomoaki Toda (JAXA, Japan)
2011-f-33 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Operation of Negai, a CubeSat, with thirty days mission life
Seiji Kuroki, Kensei Ono
Soka University, Japan
2011-f-34 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Thermal Design of Nano and Micro Satellites on Sun-synchronous Orbit
Tsuyoshi Totani, Hiroto Ogawa, Masashi Wakita, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-f-35 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Image Degradation Diagnosis for Ultrasmall Satellite by Dimensionality Reduction of the Telemetry Data
Junichi Kuwabara1, Nobutada Sako2, Takehisa Yairi1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Shinshu University, Japan
2011-f-36 ( 17:30-17:50 )
New Ground Station Development at Kyushu University for Nano Satellite Operation
Yoshihiro Tsuruda1, Shigeru Aso1, Tsutomu Tokihuji2, Naomi Kurahara3, Shinichi Nakasuka3
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Micro-Lab. Co., Ltd., Japan, 3The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-f-37 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Orbit Determination System with Reasonable Performance using Low-Cost Ground Station for Nanosatellite Projects
Yuji Sakamoto, Akari Yoneyama
Tohoku University, Japan

[g-1]
Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Toshiki Morito (JAXA, Japan)
Eiichi Wada (JAXA, Japan)
2011-g-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Epsilon Rocket Launcher and Future Solid Rocket Technologies
Yasuhiro Morita1, Takayuki Imoto1, Shinichiro Tokudome1, Hirohito Ohtsuka2
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-g-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
The System Design of the Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Takayuki Imoto1, Yasuhiro Morita1, Shinichiro Tokudome1, Hirohito Ohtsuka2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-g-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Propulsion Systems for Epsilon Launch Vehicle and Their Future Prospects
Shinichiro Tokudome1, Hiroto Habu1, Keiichi Hori1, Kyohichi Ui1, Fumio Shimizu1, Nobuyuki Nakano2, Yusaku Yachi2, Naruhisa Sano2, Haruhito Tanno2, Yasuhiro Morita1
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-g-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Aerodynamic Analysis on Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Keiichi Kitamura, Kazuto Kuzuu, Satoshi Nonaka, Tomoko Irikado, Keiichiro Fujimoto, Eiji Shima
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-05 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Preliminary Design of the Payload Fairing for the Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Seiji Nishio1, Naruhiko Chiku1, Makihito Ozaki1, Yoichi Horie1, Yoshihiko Komada1, Atsushi Hirano1, Takayuki Imoto2, Kyoichi Ui2
1Kawasaki Heavy Industries, LTD. Aerospace Company, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-g-06 ( 10:10-10:30 )
Launch Operations, Ground Support Equipments and Facilities of the Epsilon Rocket
Takeshi Yui1, Kenji Maehara1, Tadayuki Kubota1, Yasuo Kitai2, Masaru Nohara2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan

[g-2]
HTV and HTV-R
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:40 – 12:00
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Shinichiro Tokudome (JAXA, Japan)
Naoki Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2011-g-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV) Program Plan
Hiroshi Sasaki, Hideo Bito, Yoshinori Sunasaka, Masayuki Harada
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-08 ( 11:00-11:20 )
HTV-2 Flight Operation Results
Kota Tanabe, Takashi Uchiyama, Maki Maeda, Takeshi Kamiya, Ayako Kato
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-09 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Concept and Technology of HTV-R: An Advanced Type of H-II Transfer Vehicle
Takane Imada, Yuusuke Suzuki
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-10 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Feasibility Study on Adding Return Capability to HTV
Naoki Kiyono, Hiroshi Kawato, Takashi Ohno, Satoshi Fujiwara
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan

[g-3]
Human Space Transportation
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 14:40 – 15:40
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Yasuhiro Morita (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Takayuki Imoto (JAXA, Japan)
2011-g-12 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Overview of the Space Transportation Architecture Study for Human Space Exploration in JAXA
Toshiki Morito, Naoki Satoh, Hiroshi Ueno, Yasuhiro Saitoh, Michihiro Matsumoto
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-13 ( 15:00-15:20 )
A study for Japanese Human Space Transportation System
Naoki Sato, Kichiro Imagawa, Hiroshi Ueno, Norihito Tsuji
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-14 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Results of Concept Study of the ECLS System for the Human Space Transportation System and Space Suit
Satoru Tachihara, Naoki Satoh, Mitsuru Ohnishi, Masato Sakurai
JAXA, Japan

[g-4]
Reentry and Return Flight
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:50
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Koichi Yonemoto (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Kenji Fujii (JAXA, Japan)
2011-g-15 ( 8:30-8:50 )
In-flight Investigation at IRS: In-situ Measurement and Airborne Observation Campaigns during Re-entry
Georg Herdrich, Stefanos Fasoulas, Stefan Loehle, Sebastian Lein, Andreas Steinbeck, Arianit Preci
IRS, Germany
2011-g-16 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Upper Stage Controlled Re-entry Experiment by H-IIB Launch Vehicle
Kazuo Takase1, Masanori Tsuboi1, Shigeru Mori2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-g-17 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Mission and Conceptual Design of the Micro-Laboratory Reentry System (μ-LRS)
Takuya Okubo1, Junichi Amimoto1, Takashi Makino1, Junichi Takisawa2, Kaname Sasaki2, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Koju Hiraki3
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-g-18 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Re-entry Guidance and Control for New Type Nano-satellite with Reentry Capability “μ-LRS”
Jun’ichi Takisawa1, Kaname Sasaki1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Koju Hiraki2, Takuya Okubo3, Junichi Amimoto3, Takashi Makino3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-g-19 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Preliminary Study of the Earth Landing System for Manned Space Vehicle
Ryu Sugimoto1, Takayuki Shimoda2, Naoki Sato2, Eiichiro Nakano2
1Mitsubishi Space Software Co.,Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-g-20 ( 10:10-10:30 )
A Study of a Precision and Soft Landing Technology Using a Ram-air Parachute for a Japanese Human Space Return Vehicle
Michio Ito1, Koju Hiraki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-g-21 ( 10:30-10:50 )
Aerodynamics of Vertical Landing Rocket in Turn-over Maneuver
Junpei Hisasue1, Satoshi Nonaka2, Hiroyuki Nishida1, Yoshifumi Inatani2
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[g-5]
Reusable Space Transportation
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:00
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Georg Herdrich (IRS, Germany)
Naoki Kiyono (MHI, Japan)
2011-g-22 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Study of Waverider-based Point-to-Point Suborbital Rocketplane
Yoshiki Takama, Shinji Ishimoto
JAXA, Japan
2011-g-23 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Experimental and Numerical Studies on Aerothermodynamic Characteristics of Suborbital Plane
Masashi Yoshida, Kojiro Suzuki
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-g-24 ( 11:40-12:00 )
The XP Spaceplane as a Multi-role Suborbital Research Platform
Charles Lauer
Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA

[g-6]
Reusable Space Transportation
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B2
Chairpersons : A.C. Charania (SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA)
Michio Ito (JAXA, Japan)
2011-g-25 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Affordable Microsatellite Launch using the XP spaceplane as a Reusable First Stage
Charles Lauer
Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA
2011-g-26 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Flight Tests of Environmentally Optimal Guidance and Control System Using Small-scaled Winged Rocket
Koichi Yonemoto1, Shinichi Sagara1, Haruhiko Nagata2, Yoshimasa Ochi3, Shinji Ishimoto4, Takashi Mugitani4
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3National Defense Academy, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2011-g-27 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Structure of Sub-orbital Flight for both Cargo Delivery and Space Tourism in East Asia
Aria Iwasawa1, Naohiko Kohtake1, Shusuke Morimoto1, Benie Shigaki1, Yoshikazu Tomita1, Hajime Yano2, Hao Zhang1
1Keio University, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2011-g-28 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Feasibility Study of Stratospheric Elevator
Yoshiki Yamagiwa, Masafumi Nakata, Toru Miwa, Makoto Matsui
Shizuoka University, Japan

[g-7]
Expendable Launch Vehicle
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:10 – 18:10
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Takeshi Tsuchiya (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Atsushi Murakami (IHI, Japan)
2011-g-29 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Autonomous Fault Diagnosis for Space System Using MT Method
Yoshitaka Yoneda1, Yasuhiro Morita2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-g-30 ( 16:30-16:50 )
NanoLauncher: Efficient Orbital Transport for Nanosatellites
A.C. Charania1, Dominic DePasquale1, Seiji Matsuda2, Hideki Kanayama3, Takayoshi Fuji4
1SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 3CSP Japan, Inc., Japan, 4Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan
2011-g-31 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Air Launch System Enabling Technology
Masanori Sugimine1, Seiji Matsuda1, Takashi Arime1, Jun Yokote1, Takayoshi Fuji2, Kenji Sasaki2
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan
2011-g-32 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Evolving Concept of H-IIA/B Launch Vehicle as Japanese Next Generation Launcher
Shinya Ohkubo1, Yasuhiro Saito1, Koichi Okita1, Takashi Nakamura2, Takanobu Kamiya2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2011-g-33 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Flight Test Result of Kyutech Student’s Experimental Rockets “Ninja-10” and “Sakura” in France
Keita Fukuda, Kohichiro Abe, Hiroshi Kamoda, Hirotaka Goto, Akihito Shigetomi, Ken Nishihara, Susumu Fujii, Shintaro Miyamoto, Shinichi Sagara, Yasuhiro Akahoshi, Koichi Yonemoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-g-34 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Study on Space Transportation with LNG propultion system and its advantages
Kohei Taya, Kenichi Kimoto, Hatsuo Mori
IHI Corporation, Japan

[h-1]
Space Astrometry and Observatory
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Koichi Nishino (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Yuko Inatomi (JAXA, Japan)
2011-h-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Infrared Astromery Satellite Nano-JASMINE Flight Model has been Assembled and its Final Specifications will be Introduced
Nobutada Sako1, Takaya Inamori2, Kensuke Shimizu2, Yoshinori MIkawa2, Shinichi Nakasuka2
1Shinshu University, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-h-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Performance Evaluation of Nano-JASMINE Telescope Flight Model
Yoshito Niwa1, Yukiyasu Kobayashi2, Naoteru Gouda2, Taihei Yano2, Yoshiyuki Yamada3, Yoichi Hatsutori2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 3Kyoto University, Japan
2011-h-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development of Hard X-ray Polarimeter Aboard Nano-satellite TSUBAME
Takahiro Enomoto1, Kosuke Kawakami1, Kazuki Tokoyoda1, Takahiro Toizumi1, Yoichi Yatsu1, Nobuyuki Kawai1, Saburo Matsunaga1, Takeshi Nakamori2, Jun Kataoka2, Shin Kubo3
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3Clear Pulse, Japan
2011-h-05 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Extreme Universe Space Observatory, Candidate of JEM-EF Experiment (JEM-EUSO)
Katsuhiko Tsuno1, Toshikazu Ebisuzaki1, Marco Casolino1, JEM-EUSO Collaboration
1RIKEN Advanced Research, Japan, 2
2011-h-17 ( 9:50-10:10 )
The ELMOS Small Satellite Constellation
Tetsuya Kodama1, Koh-Ichiro Oyama2
1JAXA, Japan, 2National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

[h-2]
Earth Observation and Moon Utilization
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Yuko Inatomi (JAXA, Japan)
Ichiro Ueno (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
2011-h-07 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Researh of Ionopshere/atmosphere Associated with Large Earthquake
Koh-Ichiro Oyama1, Tetsuya Kodama2
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-h-08 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Flood Disaster Management
Naveed Alam
Institute Of Space Technology (SUPARCO) Pakistan, Pakistan
2011-h-09 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Excavation of Lunar Regolith with Rakes/rippers for Improved Excavation Efficiency
Masafumi Iai, Leslie Gertsch
Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
2011-h-10 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Moon Utilization Possibilities – Considerations Based on Recent Lunar Exploration Achievements –
Junichi Haruyama1, Naoki Satoh2, Kazunori Ohta2
1JAXA, Japan, 2JAXA Space Exploration Center, JAXA, Japan
2011-h-11 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Walking Robot with Reduced Degrees of Freedom for Planetary Roving
Masafumi Iai1, Ken Fujiwara2
1Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA, 2JAXA, Japan

[h-4]
ISS and Space Utilization
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 15:50 – 17:50
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Takehiko Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
Koichi Nishino (Yokohama National University, Japan)
2011-h-19 ( 15:50-16:10 )
Evolution of Payloads Integration Principles on the ISS Russian Segment: from SM to MLM
Igor Sorokin
S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, Russia
2011-h-20 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Kibo Utilization Cooperation with Asian countries
Muneo Takaoki, Nobuyoshi Fujimoto, Shiho Ogawa, Masataka Yamamoto, Yoshinori Fujimori, Naoki Nagai, Kazuhiro Miyazaki, Shigeki Kamigaichi
Kibo Utilization Office for Asia, JAXA, Japan
2011-h-21 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Kibo External Payload Utilization Plan Overview
Tetsuya Honda, Daichi Sakoh, Miho Endo, Koki Oikawa, Tatsuo Matsueda
JAXA, Japan
2011-h-22 ( 16:50-17:10 )
New Payload Racks in Kibo and Initial Commissioning
Ryoji Kobayashi, Chikara Harada, Kengoh Ohkubo, Keiko Suzuki, Takashi Uchida
JAXA, Japan
2011-h-23 ( 17:10-17:30 )
The Development of Multi-Purpose Type Exposed Pallet for HTV
Tsutomu Fukatsu1, Takafumi Matsuda1, Michio Isayama2, Naohiro Saito2, Satoru Nakazato2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-h-24 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Enhancing Quality of Life in Space, which will Contribute to The Growth of Space Commerce
Misuzu Onuki
Space Frontier Foundation, Japan

[h-5]
Materials Science
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Haruhiko Ohta (Kyushu University, Japan)
Koichi Nishino (Yokohama National University, Japan)
2011-h-25 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Current Status of Alloy Semiconductor Crystal Growth Project under Microgravity
Yuko Inatomi1, K. Sakata1, Y. Hayakawa2, A. Tanaka2, T. Ozawa3, Y. Okano4, T. Ishikawa1, M. Takayanagi1, S. Yoda1, Y. Yoshimura5
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan, 3Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, 4Osaka University, Japan, 5HSSUMD/JAXA, Japan
2011-h-26 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Numerical Simulation of the Dissolution Processes of GaSb into InSb Melt Under Normal and Microgravity Conditions
Youhei Takagi1, Natsuki Suzuki2, Yasunori Okano1, Akira Tanaka2, Yasuhiro Hayakawa2, Sadik Dost3
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan, 3University of Victoria, Canada
2011-h-27 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Thermophysical Properties Measurement of High-temperature Liquids Under Microgravity Conditions in Controlled Atmospheric Conditions
Masahito Watanabe1, Shumpei Ozawa2, Akitoshi Mizuno1, Taketoshi Hibiya3, Hiroya Kawauchi1, Kentaro Murai1
1Gakushuin University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3Keio University, Japan
2011-h-28 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Thermophysical Property Measurements with an Electrostatic Levitation Method on the Ground and in Space
Takehiko Ishikawa, Junpei Okada, Paul-Francois Paradis, Naokiyo Koshikawa, Koichi Shibasaki, Keiji Murakami
JAXA, Japan
2011-h-29 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Influence of Oxygen Adsoroption on Surface Tension of Liquid Metals
Shumpei Ozawa1, Suguru Takahashi1, Hiroyuki Fukuyama2, Masahito Watanabe3
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3Gakushuin University, Japan

[h-6]
Fluid Physics 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Masahito Watanabe (Gakushuin University, Japan)
Haruhiko Ohta (Kyushu University, Japan)
2011-h-30 ( 10:20-10:40 )
A Report of a Current Status of an International Space Station “KIBO”Project “Interfacial Behaviors and Heat Transfer Characteristics in Boiling Two Phase Flow”
Kiyosumi Fujii1, Haruo Kawasaki1, Koichi Suzuki2, Hitoshi Asano3, Osamu Kawanami4, Ryoji Imai5, Yasuhisa Shinmoto6, Haruhiko Ohta6
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 3Kobe University, Japan, 4University of Hyogo, Japan, 5IHI Corporation, Japan, 6Kyushu University, Japan
2011-h-31 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Ground Test on Boiling Two-phase Flow Prepared for the Experiments onboard International Space Station
Chisato Kubota1, Kenichiro Sawada1, Yuto Wada1, Osamu Kawanami2, Hitoshi Asano3, Koichi Suzuki4, Haruo Kawasaki5, Kiyosumi Fujii5, Ryoji Imai6, Yasuhisa Shinmoto1, Haruhiko Ohta1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2University of Hyogo, Japan, 3Kobe University, Japan, 4Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 5JAXA, Japan, 6IHI Corporation, Japan
2011-h-32 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Experiments on the Definition of Gravity Dominated Regimes for Boiling Two-phase Flow in Single Mini-tubes
Soumei Baba1, Nobuo Ohtani1, Osamu Kawanami2, Koichi Inoue3, Haruhiko Ohta1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2University of Hyogo, Japan, 3The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
2011-h-33 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Coupled Marangoni Convection and Thermocapillary Convection in Liquid Layers
Kai Li, ZeMei Tang, WenRui Hu
Institute of Mechanics, China
2011-h-34 ( 11:40-12:00 )
On Thermocapillary-driven Convection in Free Liquid Film
Ichiro Ueno, Toshiki Watanabe
Tokyo University of Science, Japan

[h-7]
Fluid Physics 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Masahito Watanabe (Gakushuin University, Japan)
Koichi Nishino (Yokohama National University, Japan)
2011-h-35 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Microgravity Experiment of Marangoni Convection induced in Large Liquid Bridge onboard KIBO
Satoshi Matsumoto, Shinichi Yoda
JAXA, Japan
2011-h-36 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Space Experiment on the Instability of Thermocapillary Convection in Large Liquid Bridge- Effect of Prandtl Number –
Taishi Yano1, Koichi Nishino1, Hiroshi Kawamura2, Ichiro Ueno3, Satoshi Matsumoto4, Mitsuru Ohnishi4, Masato Sakurai4
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Suwa, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
2011-h-37 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Numerical Simulation on Thermocapillary-driven Flow in Low-aspect Liquid Bridge
Naoya Kawamoto, Ichiro Ueno
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2011-h-38 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Three-dimensional Numerical Simulation of Thermal and Solutal Marangoni Convection in a Liquid Bridge Under Zero-gravity Field
Hisashi Minakuchi1, Youhei Takagi2, Yasunori Okano2, Takehiro Nosoko1, Satoru Gima1, Sadik Dost3
1University of the Ryukyus, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3University of Victoria, Canada
2011-h-39 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Mode of Oscillation of Thermocapillary Convection in Long Liquid Bridges
Ryosuke Matsuoka, Keisuke Fudano, Koichi Nishino
Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-h-40 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Formation of Particle Accumulation Structure (PAS) in Half-zone Liquid Bridge Under an Effect of Thermo-fluid Flow of Ambient Gas
Yoshihiro Niigaki, Ichiro Ueno
Tokyo University of Science, Japan

[h-8]
Combustion
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:50 – 18:30
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Satoshi Matsumoto (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Koichi Nishino (Yokohama National University, Japan)
2011-h-42 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Preliminary Results from the Droplet Array Combustion Experiment by TEXUS 46 Microgravity Sounding Rocket Mission
Masao Kikuchi1, Shin Yamamoto1, Shinichi Yoda1, Masahiro Takayanagi1, Masato Mikami2, Hiroshi Nomura3, Osamu Moriue4, Akira Umemura5
1JAXA, Japan, 2Yamaguchi University, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan, 5Nagoya University, Japan
2011-h-43 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Effects of Droplet Interaction on Spontaneous Ignition of Droplet Pair in Pressurized Air
Yohei Nishiyama, Osamu Moriue, Hiroshi Kato, Hideki Hashimoto, Eiichi Murase
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-h-44 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Discussion on Single Droplet Combustion in AC Electric Field under Microgravity
Osamu Imamura1, Mitsuhiro Tsue1, Michikata Kono2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation, Japan
2011-h-45 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Numerical Simulation on Emission Control by Corona Discharge for Hydrocarbon Flames
Yuya Matsuzawa1, Jyunya Suzuki1, Hideyuki Horisawa1, Itsuro Kimura2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-h-46 ( 18:10-18:30 )
Behavior of Flame Spread on Thin PMMA Near Extinction Limit at Low Oxygen Level
Shuhei Takahashi1, Takeshi Nagata1, Makoto Hotta1, Subrata Bhattacharjee2, Tadayoshi Ihara1, Kazunori Wakai1
1Gifu University, Japan, 2San Diego State University, USA

[j-1]
Systems and Performances
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 17:40
Room : B4
Chairpersons : Akira Akaishi (NICT, Japan)
Ryutaro Suzuki (NICT, Japan)
2011-j-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
QZSS Field Observation on Multi Locations in Various Conditions
Yaka Wakabayashi, Satoshi Kogure, Jiro Yamashita, Hiroaki Tateshita, Motoyuki Miyoshi
JAXA, Japan
2011-j-02 ( 16:40-17:00 )
Peformance Characteristics of WINDS APAA Satellite Link
Emiko Ogawa1, Toshio Higuchi1, Osamu Yamanaka2, Masahiro Nakao1
1JAXA, Japan, 2HIREC, Japan
2011-j-03 ( 17:00-17:20 )
An Adaptive Satellite Communications System
Toshio Asai, Ryutaro Suzuki, Takashi Takahashi, Mitsugu Ohkawa, Akira Akaishi
NICT, Japan
2011-j-04 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Onboard Ka-band Extender for JAXA Future Deep Space Missions
Yuta Kobayashi1, Atsushi Tomiki1, Tomoaki Toda1, Takehiko Kobayashi2
1JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 2Tokyo Denki University, Japan

[j-2]
System Design
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Tetsushi Ikegami (Meiji University, Japan)
Ryutaro Suzuki (NICT, Japan)
2011-j-05 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Preliminary Survey and Design of JAXA Next Generation Deep Space Ground Station
Tomoaki Toda1, Yasunori Iwana2, Zen-Ichi Yamamoto1, Shigeo Kawasaki1, Hisato Ishii2, Yousei Mizukami2, Hiroshi Inoue2, Tsutomu Shigeta2, Kaneaki Narita2
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Consolidated Space Tracking and Data Acquisition Department, Japan
2011-j-06 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Research and Development Status of Satellite/terrestrial Integrated Mobile Communication System for Measures against Calamities and Digital Divide.
Yoshiyuki Fujino, Amane Miura, Naokazu Hamamoto, Hiroyuki Tsuji, Ryutaro Suzuki
NICT, Japan
2011-j-07 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Research for the Introduction of the 21GHz-band Satellite Broadcasting in Japan
Masashi Kamei, Susumu Nakazawa, Shoji Tanaka, Kazuyoshi Shogen
Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), Japan
2011-j-08 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Moon Communication System Using Natural Satellite
Vivek P, Sidaarth G, Vishnu Balla
Srm University, India

[j-3]
Hardware Development
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:00 – 11:40
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Yoshinori Suzuki (NTT, Japan)
Vivek P (Srm University, India)
2011-j-09 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Evaluation of a 16APSK RF Signal Direct-Processing Transmitter and Receiver for Reconfigurable Communication Equipment in a Small Experiment Satellite
Midori Kato1, Shirou Yoshikawa1, Tamio Okui1, Tetsuya Watanabe1, Masayoshi Yoneda2, Kenji Suzuki3, Ryutaro Suzuki3
1NEC Corporation, Japan, 2NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 3NICT, Japan
2011-j-10 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Development of An X-band Multi-mode High Speed Modulator -Design and Development Test Result of Engineering Model-
Kazuya Inaoka, Masashi Shirakura, Ichiro Inamori, Terumi Sunaga, Masaaki Shimada, Noboru Takata
JAXA, Japan
2011-j-11 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Navigation Message Demodulation for GPS Receiver Onboard Rockets with High-rate Spinning Motion
Ken Harima1, Hirofumi Saito2, Takuji Ebinuma3, Takahiro Miyoshi1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
2011-j-12 ( 11:00-11:20 )
The S-Band High Power Combiner by GaN Amplifiers in a Base Station for Space Communication
Hirofumi Noji1, Kosuke Isono1, Masakazu Hori1, Yasuhiro Shibuya1, Yusuke Daito2, Tadashi Kawai2, Yuta Kobayashi3, Zenichi Yamamoto3, Shigeo Kawasaki3
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2University of Hyogo, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-j-13 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Non Linear PHEMT Model and it Implementation in High Gain Amplifiers in the X Band for Small Satellite Applications
Jose Ramirez, Saul Santillan
UNAM, Mexico

[j-4]
Antenna and Propagation
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Yoshiyuki Fujino (NICT, Japan)
J Alberto Ramirez (CAT-UNAM, Mexico)
2011-j-14 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Electrical Polarization-tracking Antenna for Ku-band Mobile Satellite Communication Systems
Yoshinori Suzuki, Kiyoshi Kobayashi
NTT Corporation, Japan
2011-j-15 ( 15:00-15:20 )
An Optically Controlled Beam Forming Network for Multiple Beam Antenna
Akira Akaishi1, Takashi Takahashi1, Yoshiyuki Fujino1, Mitsugu Ohkawa1, Toshio Asai1, Ryutaro Suzuki1, Tomohiro Akiyama2
1NICT, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-j-16 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Rain Fade Attenuation Compensation Function of WINDS Communication Systems
Tomomi Suzuki1, Toshio Higuchi1, Shinichiro Takayama1, Takafumi Horiuchi1, Yuji Nakamura2, Masahiro Nakao1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Space Engineering Development Co., Ltd., Japan
2011-j-17 ( 15:40-16:00 )
To Safeguard the Accessibility and Availability of Sentinel-Asia’s Emergency Support Communication at Japan/Jakarta WINDS-VSAT by ITB/Bandung WINDS-VSAT as Back-Up Gate
Utoro Sastrokusumo
Radio Telecommunication and Microwave Laboratory, INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG, Indonesia

[j-5]
Applications
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:10 – 17:30
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Tomoaki Toda (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Utoro Sastrokusumo (Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia)
2011-j-18 ( 16:10-16:30 )
The Concept of Space-based Automatic Identification System Experiment (SPAISE)
Masashi Abe1, Hiroki Kohata1, Suetsugu Shinohara1, Yasuo Ogawa1, Hiromasa Yoshimoto1, Sachiko Hozawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Satellite Applications and Promotion Center, Japan
2011-j-19 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Verification Plan of Basic Quantum Key Distribution Experiments by Using a Small Satellite
Morio Toyoshima, Takashi Sasaki, Hideki Takenaka, Yoshihisa Takayama, Yoshisada Koyama
NICT, Japan
2011-j-20 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Centroid Algorithm Using Weight Map to Increase Accuracy of Center Position Detection
Yuta Fujii1, Katsumasa Miyatake1, Masaki Haruna1, Kazuhide Kodeki1, Masateru Nagase1, Jiro Suzuki1, Tatsuyuki Hanada2, Shiro Yamakawa2
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-j-21 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Research and Development of Nano-Satellite PROITERES Series at Osaka Institute of Technology
Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Jun-ichi Ozaki1, Shunsuke Araki1, Masaya Nishizawa1, Yoichi Inoue1, Takafumi Iguchi1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan

[j-6-s]
Satellite Communications
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Morio Toyoshima (NICT, Japan)
Ryutaro Suzuki (NICT, Japan)
2011-j-21s ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of an Attitude Control System for Nano-Satellite PROITERES
Shunsuke Araki
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-j-22s ( 8:50-9:10 )
New Receiving Ground Antenna Using Active Phased Array Antenna for Nano-satellites ~Development on the Omni-directional Antenna Elements for the Active Phased Array Antenna~
Seigo Tokuyama
Kobe University, Japan
2011-j-23s ( 9:10-9:30 )
New Receiving Ground Antenna Using Active Phased Array Antenna for Nano-satellites – Development on the Phase Control System –
Ayana Ohta
Kobe University, Japan
2011-j-24s ( 9:30-9:50 )
Development of Antenna Pointing Mechanisms for Small Satellite
Hidekazu Masuda
University of Shinshu, Japan

[k-1]
Kaguya and Beyond
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 18:00
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Naru Hirata (Univrsity of Aizu, Japan)
Takahiro Iwata (JAXA, Japan)
2011-k-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Common Goals and Objectives for Space Exploration from the Moon to Mars
Kohtaro Matsumoto1, Nantel Suzuki2, Bernhard Hufenbach3, Jean-Claude Piedboeuf4
1JAXA, Japan, 2NASA, USA, 3ESA, 4CSA
2011-k-03 ( 16:40-17:00 )
Science Summary of Kaguya Mission
Manabu Kato1, Susumu Sasaki1, Yoshisada Takizawa2
1JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-k-04 ( 17:00-17:20 )
The First Precise Global Gravity and Topography of the Moon by KAGUYA (SELENE)
Sho Sasaki1, Yoshiaki Ishihara1, Sander Goossens1, Hiroshi Araki1, Koji Matsumoto1, Hirotomo Noda1, Hideo Hanada1, Fuyuhiko Kikuchi1, Takahiro Iwata2, Noriyuki Namiki3
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-k-05 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Structure of the South Pole Aitken basin from KAGUYA Selenodesy Data
Sho Sasaki1, Yoshiaki Ishihara1, Hiroshi Araki1, Koji Matsumoto1, Sander Goossens1, Hideo Hanada1, Makiko Ohtake2, Takashiro Iwata2
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-k-06 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Study of Pitch Attitude Estimation Using a High-Definition TV (HDTV) Camera on the Japanese Lunar Explorer SELENE (KAGUYA)
Shinichi Sobue1, Junichi Yamazaki2, Shuichi Matsumoto1, Hisahiro Konishi1, Hironori Maejima1, Susumu Sasaki1, Manabu Kato1, Seiji Mitsuhashi2, Junichi Tachino3
1JAXA, Japan, 2NHK, Japan, 3NHK Engineering, Japan

[k-2]
Future Lunar and Mars Missions 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Tatsuaki Hashimoto (JAXA, Japan)
Junichi Haruyama (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-k-07 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Recent Study Progress on A Lunar Landing Mission SELENE-2
Tatsuaki Hashimoto, Satoshi Tanaka, Takeshi Hoshino, Hisashi Otake, Masatsugu Otsuki
JAXA, Japan
2011-k-08 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Exploration of Lunar Holes, Possible Skylights of Underlying Lava Tubes, by Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM)
Junichi Haruyama1, Shujiro Sawai1, Takahide Mizuno1, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu1, Seisuke Fukuda1, Ichiro Nakatani2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-k-09 ( 9:10-9:30 )
SALM Sainte-Rose and Lava Tubes – Exploring Underground on the Moon and Mars
Guy Pignolet
SALM Sainte-Rose, Reunion
2011-k-10 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Lunar Gravity and Rotation Measurements by Japanese Lunar Landing Missions
Sho Sasaki1, Hideo Hanada1, Hirotomo Noda1, Fuyuhiko Kikuchi1, Hiroshi Araki1, Koji Matsumoto1, Hiroo Kunimori2, Takahiro Iwata3, Sander Goossens1, Toshimichi Otsubo4
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2NICT, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4Hitotsubashi University, Japan
2011-k-11 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Proposal of Small Rovers for Exploring a Lunar Hole
Tetsuo Yoshimitsu1, Hiroaki Tsunoda2, Jun’ichi Haruyama1, Shu’jiro Sawai1
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Tokai University, Japan

[k-3]
Future Lunar and Mars Missions 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Akihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science, Japan)
Naoko Ogawa (JAXA, Japan)
2011-k-13 ( 10:20-10:40 )
A Composition of Suspention Mechanism for Lunar Rover
Shin-Ichiro Nishida, Shin-Ichiro Narita, Sachiko Wakabayashi
JAXA, Japan
2011-k-15 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Japan Astrobiology Mars Project (JAMP): Search for Microbes on the Mars Surface with Special Interest in Methane-oxidizing Bacteria
Akihiko Yamagishi1, Yoshitaka Yoshimura2, Masamichi Yamashita3, Kensei Kobayashi4, Hajime Honda5, Yuichi Utsumi6, Tsunemasa Saiki6, Atsuo Miyakawa7, Kenichi Tonokura8, Sho Sasaki9, Hideaki Miyamoto8
1Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science, Japan, 2Tamagawa University, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4Yokohama National University, Japan, 5Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan, 6University of Hyogo, Japan, 7Shizuoka University, Japan, 8The University of Tokyo, Japan, 9NAOJ, Japan
2011-k-16 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Measurements of Martian Rotational Variations by Space Geodetic Techniques
Takahiro Iwata1, Koji Matsumoto2, Yoshiaki Ishihara2, Fuyuhiko Kikuchi2, Yuji Harada3, Sho Sasaki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 3Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
2011-k-17 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Investigation of Martian Dust Sample Capture toward Mars Aeroflyby Sample Collection Mission
Takashi Ozawa1, Toshiyuki Suzuki1, Kyoko Okudaira2, Takashi Mikouchi3, Kousuke Kurosawa3, Hiroki Takayanagi1, Seiji Sugita3, Kazuhisa Fujita1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Aizu, Japan, 3The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-k-18 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Launch Opportunities and Preliminary Orbit Design for Next Mars Exploration Program
Naoko Ogawa, Michihiro Matsumoto, Nobuaki Ishii, Yuichi Tsuda, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi, Takeshi Imamura, Ayako Matsuoka, Takashi Kubota, Takehiko Satoh
JAXA, Japan

[k-4]
Asteroid Missions
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Sho Sasaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Hajime Yano (JAXA, Japan)
2011-k-19 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Outline of the Next Asteroid Sample Return Mission of Japan – Hayabusa-2
Makoto Yoshikawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-k-20 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Experimental Study of Harpoon & Penetrator Method for Sampling Mission
Junji Hosoda1, Kenji Uchiyama1, Hironori Fujii2, Kazuhiro Iijima1
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Kanagawa Institute of Technology/Nihon University, Japan
2011-k-21 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Key Parameters of Target Selection for Human Missions to Asteroids
Chit Hong Yam1, Dario Izzo1, Leopold Summerer1, Francesco Biscani1, Damon Landau2, Nathan Strange2
1European Space Agency, the Netherlands, 2Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
2011-k-22 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Difference of Space Weathering Degree of Asteroids: Lessons from Itokawa
Sho Sasaki1, Takahiro Hiroi2
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2Brown University, USA
2011-k-23 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Image Search System for Data Sets of Small Body Exploration with a 3D Polygon Shape Model
Wataru Kawamae1, Naru Hirata1,2, Kohei Kitazato2, Hirohide Demura1,2
1University of Aizu, Japan, 2CAIST / ARC-SPACE, University of Aizu, Japan

[k-5]
Solar System Exploration and Data Management
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Junya Terazono (The University of Aizu, Japan)
Yoshifumi Saito (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-k-24 ( 16:30-16:50 )
WISE-CAPS: Lunar and Planetary Data Mapping and Sharing Platform: Current Implementation and Future Prospect
Junya Terazono1, Hirohide Demura1, Naru Hirata1, Yoshiko Ogawa1, Wataru Kawamae1, Anh Dang1, Shin Sato1, Kyosuke Isozaki1, Ryosuke Nakamura2, Naotaka Yamamoto2, Shinsuke Kodama2
1The University of Aizu, Japan, 2AIST, Japan
2011-k-25 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Design and Implementation of New Generation Data Format for Lunar and Planetary Exploration
Taro Suzuki, Junya Terazono, Takafumi Hayashi
The University of Aizu, Japan
2011-k-26 ( 17:10-17:30 )
The Jupiter Magnetospheric Orbiter and the Trojan Asteroid Explorer in EJSM (Europa Jupiter System Mission)
Sho Sasaki1, Masaki Fujimoto2, Takeshi Takashima2, Hajime Yano2, Yasumasa Kasaba3, Jun Kimura4, Yukihiro Takahashi4, Yuuichi Tsuda2, Ryu Funase2, Osamu Mori2
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Tohoku University, Japan, 4Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-k-27 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Development Status and Performance Verification of Balloon-Borne Telescope for Optical Observation of Planets
Toshihiko Nakano1, Yuji Sakamoto1, Kazuya Yohida1, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Steve Battazzo1, Ryosuke Fujimura1, Yasuhiro Shoji2, Makoto Taguchi3, Mutumi Yamamoto3, Yukihiro Takahashi4
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2ISAS, Japan, 3Rikkyo University, Japan, 4Hokkaido University, Japan
2011-k-28 ( 17:50-18:10 )
SCOPE : Formation-Flight Magnetospheric Satellite Mission
Yoshifumi Saito1, Masaki Fujimoto1, Iku Shinohara1, Hirotsugu Kojima2, Yoshiya Kasahara3, Yuichi Tsuda1, Tomoaki Toda1, Kosei Ishimura1, Takeshi Takashima1, Ayako Matsuoka1
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3Kanazawa University, Japan

[n-1]
Earth Observation System 1
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 18:00
Room : B3
Chairpersons : Stephan Roemer (Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany)
Kenichi Saito (NEC Corporation, Japan)
2011-n-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Design of Pre-Flight Model for Earth and Astronomical Observation Technology Demonstration Satellite TSUBAME
Kazuya Ishizaka, Saburo Matunaga, The TSUBAME Development Team
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-n-02 ( 16:40-17:00 )
The NEMO Bus: An Advanced Nanosatellite Bus for Earth Monitoring and Observation
Freddy Pranajaya, Robert Zee
University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, Canada
2011-n-03 ( 17:00-17:20 )
The TET-1 Satellite Bus – A High Reliability Bus for LEO Missions
Stephan Roemer, Silke Eckert
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany
2011-n-04 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Preliminary Concept of Shinshu University Microsatellite for Forest Monitoring
Kenta Okamoto, Hidekazu Masuda, Masato Kamemura, Yuki Wakayama, Atsushi Nakajima, Nobutada Sako
Shinshu University, Japan
2011-n-05 ( 17:40-18:00 )
Pointing Control Outline of the Advanced Satellite with New System ARchitecture for Observation (ASNARO)
Kenichi Saito1, Toshiaki Ogawa1, Shoichiro Mihara2, Koichi Ijichi2, Hideyuki Hamada3
1NEC Corporation, Japan, 2Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan, 3New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Japan

[n-2]
Earth Observation System 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B3
Chairpersons : Norihide Miyamura (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kazuya Konoue (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-06 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of Super Low Altitude Test Satellite(SLATS)
Kazuya Konoue, Hiroki Kohata, Shiro Yamakawa, Nobuaki Igarashi, Shunsuke Imamura
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-07 ( 8:50-9:10 )
A Highly Efficient Image Compression System for a Picosatellite
Warinthorn Kiadtikornthaweeyot
University of Southampton, UK
2011-n-08 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development of a High-Resolution Camera System onboard Nano-Satellite PROITERES
Masaya Nishizawa1, Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Jun-ichi Ozaki1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2, Akito Enoguchi3, Nobuaki Takeyama3
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3GENESIA Corporation
2011-n-09 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Calibration Results of the Compact Infrared Camera (CIRC) Ground Test Model
Ryoko Nakamura, Haruyoshi Katayama, Masataka Naitoh, Masatomo Harada, Masahiro Suganuma, Ryota Sato
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-10 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Laboratory Test Results for Adaptive Optics Using Image-based Wavefront Sensing for Remote Sensing
Norihide Miyamura
University of Tokyo, Japan

[n-3]
Advanced Land Observing Satellite(ALOS) 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : B3
Chairpersons : Manabu Hashimoto (Kyoto University, Japan)
Masanobu Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-11 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Disaster Mitigation Using the L-band Pi-SAR and ALOS/PALSAR
Masanobu Shimada1, Nobuyuki Kawano1, Masato Ohki1, Noriko Asoh2, Junko Unno2, Akio Suehiro2, Futoshi Takiguchi2
1Earth Observation Research Center, Japan, 2JAXA/SAPC, Japan
2011-n-12 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Evaluation of the Capability of ALOS/PALSAR to Detect Secular Crustal Deformations in Subduction Zones
Manabu Hashimoto, Yo Fukushima
Kyoto University, Japan
2011-n-13 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Analysis of Crustal Deformation Associated with the 2008 Wenchuan, China Earthquake Using ALOS/PALSAR Data
Manabu Hashimoto1, Mari Enomoto2, Yo Fukushima1, Yukitoshi Fukahata1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Kagoshima Space Center, JAXA, Japan
2011-n-14 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Relationship between Two Solomon Islands Earthquakes in 2007 (M8.1) and 2010 (M7.1), Revealed by ALOS/PALSAR
Yousuke Miyagi1, Taku Ozawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Japan
2011-n-15 ( 11:40-12:00 )
An Investigation of Water Level Fluctuation of Closed Lakes in Central Asia by ALOS Data
Yasunori Nakayama, Yoichi Hara, Asuha Saito
Nihon University, Japan

[n-4]
Advanced Land Observing Satellite(ALOS) 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B3
Chairpersons : Masanobu Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
Yousuke Miyagi (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-16 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Monitoring Slope Failures in the Amami-Oshima Island, Japan, in October 2010
Makoto Omura1, Masanobu Shimada2
1Kochi Women’s University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-n-17 ( 15:00-15:20 )
A Preparation of Basic Planning Land-information of Suburban Area by the Time Series Satellite Images
Toshiro Sugimura1, Kuniaki Isobe2
1RESTEC, Japan, 2Asia Air Survey Co.Ltd., Japan
2011-n-18 ( 15:20-15:40 )
The Current Status and Brief Results of Engineering Model for PALSAR-2 onboard ALOS-2
Yukihiro Kankaku, Yuji Osawa, Shinichi Suzuki
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-19 ( 15:40-16:00 )
The Latest Status of Advanced Land Observing Satellite-3
Hiroko Imai, Haruyoshi Katayama, Shinichi Suzuki, Yasushi Hatooka, Yuji Osawa
JAXA, Japan

[n-5]
Earth Environment 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:10 – 17:10
Room : B3
Chairpersons : Shinichi Sobue (JAXA, Japan)
Takuji Kubota (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-23 ( 16:10-16:30 )
Food Security Analysis Using Remote Sensing Techniques
Majid Lodhi1, M. Ibrahim1, Li Qiang Zi2
1Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), Pakistan, 2Institute of Remote Sensing Applications (IRSA), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2011-n-24 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Comparison of Digital Image Processing Techniques for the Classification of Multispectral Images
Majid Lodhi1, Asim Rana2
1Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), Pakistan, 2University of The Punjab, Quaid-e-Azam Campus, Pakistan
2011-n-25 ( 16:50-17:10 )
The Overview of Space Applications for Environment Initiatives
Shinichi Sobue1, Tomoyuki Nukui1, Toru Fukuda1, Toshio Koike2, Wataru Takeuchi2
1JAXA, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan

[n-6]
Earth Environment 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Joseph Casas (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA)
Akihiko Kuze (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-29 ( 8:30-8:50 )
GOSAT TANSO Calibration and Characterization of 2 Years on Orbit Operation
Akihiko Kuze, Hiroshi Suto, Kei Shiomi, Masakatsu Nakajima
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-26 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Google Earth and Mobile Phones Combined with EPA Models and NASA Imagery for In-the-field Monitoring of Potential Insect Pest Resistance Development to Transgenic Crop Toxins
Joseph Casas1, John Glaser2, Ken Copenhaver3
1NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA, 2US Environmental Protection Agency, USA, 3University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
2011-n-27 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Remote Sensing Using GNSS Signals
Alex da Silva Curiel1, Martin Unwin1, Reynold de Vos Van Steenwijk1, Mike Cutter1, C. Gommenginger2, C. Michell3, S. Gao4
1Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK, 2National Oceanographic Centre, UK, 3University of Bath, UK, 4Surrey Space Centre, UK
2011-n-28 ( 9:30-9:50 )
The Study of the Remote-sensing Application of the GNSS Reflected Signals with the Synthetic Aperture RADAR Technique
Yoshinori Mikawa, Takuji Ebinuma
University of Tokyo, Japan

[n-7]
Earth Cloud, Aerosol and Radiation Explorer (EarthCARE)
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Hirotaka Nakatsuka (JAXA, Japan)
Kazuyuki Okada (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-30 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Environmental Testing Results of the EarthCARE/CPR Engineering Model
Kazuyuki Okada, Toshiyoshi Kimura, Hirotaka Nakatsuka, Yoshihiro Seki
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-31 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Antenna Pattern Testing Results of the EarthCARE/CPR Engineering Model
Kyoko Tokunaga1, Takashi Komai2, Toshiyoshi Kimura3, Hirotaka Nakatsuka3, Kazuyuki Okada3
1NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2NEC Engineering, Ltd., Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2011-n-32 ( 10:40-11:00 )
On-orbit Calibration Approach of the EarthCARE/CPR
Hirotaka Nakatsuka1, Kazuyuki Okada1, Kenji Sato1, Hiroaki Horie2, Yuich Ohno2, Nobuhiro Takahashi2, Toshiyoshi Kimura1
1JAXA, Japan, 2NICT, Japan
2011-n-33 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Science form EarthCARE Mission
Shuichiro Katagiri1, Riko Oki1, Shuji Shimizu1, Takuji Kubota1, Teruyuki Nakajima2, Hajime Okamoto3, Nobuo Sugimoto4, Takashi Nakajima5, Masaki Satoh2, Kaori Sato3, Tomoaki Nishizawa4
1JAXA, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3University of Kyushu, Japan, 4National Inst. for Environmental Studies, 5Tokai University, Japan

[n-8]
Global Precipitation Measurement(GPM) 1
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Riko Oki (JAXA, Japan)
Arthur Hou (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA)
2011-n-34 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Development Status of the Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar
Masahiro Kojima1, Kinji Furukawa1, Takeshi Miura1, Takayuki Ishikiri1, Yasutoshi Hyakusoku1, Toshio Iguchi2, Hiroshi Hanado2, Katsuhiko Nakagawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2NICT, Japan
2011-n-35 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Precipitation Observation by Spaceborne Radar in Japan: Current and Future Missions
Riko Oki1, Takuji Kubota1, Misako Kachi1, Shuji Shimizu1, Naofumi Yoshida1, Masahiro Kojima1, Toshio Iguchi2, Kenji Nakamura3
1JAXA, Japan, 2NICT, Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan
2011-n-36 ( 15:20-15:40 )
The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission: U.S. Science Status
Arthur Hou
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
2011-n-37 ( 15:40-16:00 )
GPM Plans for Radiometer Intercalibration
Erich Stocker1, John Stout2, Joyce Chou2
1Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, 2NASA/GSFC PPS, George Mason University, USA
2011-n-38 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Possible Rain Retrieval Algorithms for the GPM/DPR
Toshio Iguchi
NICT, Japan
2011-n-39 ( 16:20-16:40 )
The Utilization of Surface Reference Technique for The GPM/DPR Retrieval Algorithm
Shinta Seto1, Toshio Iguchi2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2NICT, Japan

[n-9]
Global Precipitation Measurement(GPM) 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:50 – 18:50
Room : B3/4
Chairpersons : Katsuhiro Nakagawa (NICT, Japan)
Shuji Shimizu (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-40 ( 16:50-17:10 )
The Dual Ka-radar System for GPM DPR Algorithm Development
Masanori Nishikawa1, Kenji Nakamura1, Haruya Minda1, Shuji Shimizu2, Katsuhiro Nakagawa3, Hiroshi Hanado3, Yuji Ohhigashi4, Hideo Kimura4, Minoru Suzuki4
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3NICT, Japan, 4Mitsubishi Electric Tokki Systems Corp., Japan
2011-n-41 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Multi-frequency Rainfall Observation for GPM/DPR Algorithm Development
Katsuhiro Nakagawa1, Hiroshi Hanado1, Seiji Kawamura1, Shigeo Sugitani1, Shuji Shimizu2, Kenji Nakamura3, Masanori Nishikawa3, Haruya Minda3
1NICT, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Hydrospheric Atmospheric Research Center, Nagoya University, Japan
2011-n-42 ( 17:30-17:50 )
GPM/DPR Ground Validation Super Site in Okinawa, Japan
Seiji Kawamura, Hiroshi Hanado, Shigeo Sugitani, Katsuhiro Nakagawa, Toshio Iguchi
NICT, Japan
2011-n-43 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Development of Radar Calibrators for the Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar Installed on the Global Precipitation Measurement Primary Satellite
Shigeo Sugitani, Hiroshi Hnado, Seiji Kawamura, Katsuhiro Nakagawa
NICT, Japan
2011-n-44 ( 18:10-18:30 )
The Comparisons between Satellite and Ground-based Precipitation Data in Asian Countries
Shuji Shimizu1, Kenji Nakamura2, Riko Oki1, Misako Kachi1, Nozomi Kawamoto3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan, Japan
2011-n-45 ( 18:30-18:50 )
Comparison between TRMM/PR and AMeDAS Ground Rain Gauge Network in Terms of Annual Rainfall
Nozomi Kawamoto1, Riko Oki2, Shuji Shimizu2
1Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[n-10]
Global Precipitation Measurement(GPM) 3 and Global Change Observation Mission (GCOM)
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Keiji Imaoka (JAXA, Japan)
Takuji Kubota (JAXA, Japan)
2011-n-46 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Development of SSMIS Rain Retrieval Algorithm in the GSMaP Project
Takuji Kubota1, Shoichi Shige2, Misako Kachi1, Kazumasa Aonashi3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan
2011-n-47 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation with High Resolution from Combined Infrared and Microwave Radiometer Data
Tomoo Ushio1, Kazumasa Aonashi2, Takuji Kubota3, Shoichi Shige4, Misako Kachi3, Riko Oki3, Ken’ichi Okamoto5, Satoru Yoshida1, Takeshi Morimoto1, Zen Kawasaki1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Meteorological Research Institute, 3JAXA, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan, 5Tottori Environmental University, Japan
2011-n-49 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Development Status of GCOM Satellites
Marehito Kasahara, Norimasa Ito, Masaaki Mokuno, Keizo Nakagawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-n-50 ( 9:30-9:50 )
GCOM-W1 Status and Expected Applications
Keiji Imaoka, Misako Kachi, Hideyuki Fujii, Daisaku Uesawa, Kazuhiro Naoki, Akira Shibata
JAXA, Japan

[p-1]
Space Medicine and Physiology
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 8:30 – 10:30
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Ohshima (JAXA, Japan)
Satoru Ishida (JAXA, Japan)
2011-p-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Outline of Experiment Operation on Orbit of JAXA Space Medicine Research
Satoru Ishida, Hiroshi Ohshima, Tatsuya Aiba, Takashi Yamazaki, Masahiro Terada, Hajime Takeoka, Shin Yamada, Riyo Yamanaka, Chiaki Mukai
JAXA, Japan
2011-p-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Preliminary Studies for “Biomedical Analysis of Human hair Exposed to a Long-term Space Flight (Hair)” Project: An Analysis of Trace Elements in the Hair
Riyo Yamanaka1, Shin Yamada1, Masahiro Terada1, Tatsuya Aiba1, Satoru Ishida1, Hiroshi Ohshima1, Yoshinobu Ohira2, Hideyuki Majima3, Chiaki Mukai1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3Kagoshima University, Japan
2011-p-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
The Physical Training Program for Japanese Space Station Astronauts
Hiroshi Ohshima1, Shin Yamada1, Yoshito Kamiyama1, Shino Kawashima2
1JAXA, Japan, 2AES, Japan
2011-p-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Development and Analysis of Reduced Gravity Simulator Following the Horizontal Displacement of a Suspended Body on the Treadmill
Tatsuhiko Ikeda1, Terumasa Narukawa1, Masaki Takahashi1, Meigen Liu1, Hiroshi Ohshima2
1Keio University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-p-05 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Technologies to Analyze the Movement of Internal Organs by High-speed Movies Using Medaka
Tomomi Watanabe-Asaka, Maki Niihori, Masahiro Terada, Shoji Oda, Chiaki Mukai
JAXA, Japan
2011-p-06 ( 10:10-10:30 )
Mission X-Japan ~Education Outreach Program Featuring Astronautical Specialties and Knowledges ~
Maki Niihori, Shin Yamada, Tomoaki Matsuo, Reiko Nakao, Takashi Nakazawa, Yoshito Kamiyama, Hajime Takeoka, Akiko Matsumoto, Hiroshi Ohshima, Chiaki Mukai
JAXA, Japan

[p-2]
Space Biology
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 10:40 – 13:00
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Hideyuki Takahashi (Tohoku University, Japan)
Atsushi Higashitani (Tohoku University, Japan)
2011-p-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
The Aquatic Habitat
Nobuyoshi Fujimoto1, Hiroe Kobayashi1, Satoko Uchida1, Tai Nakamura1, Igor Sorokin2
1JAXA, Japan, 2RSC Energia, S.P.Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia
2011-p-08 ( 11:00-11:20 )
RNA Interference and microRNA Expression in Space
Atsushi Higashitani
Tohoku University, Japan
2011-p-09 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Gravitropism and Hydrotropism in Cucumber Roots: a Model for Discriminating Gravity Effect on Plant Growth and Development in Microgravity
Miki Okamoto, Keita Morohashi, Chiaki Watanabe, Yutaka Miyazawa, Nobuharu Fujii, Hideyuki Takahashi
Tohoku University, Japan
2011-p-10 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Two Spaceflight Experiments, Hydro Tropi and CsPINs, for the Study of Hydrotropism in Seedling Roots
Hideyuki Takahashi1, Miki Okamoto1, Yutaka Miyazawa1, Nobuharu Fujii1, Takashi Yamazaki2, Toru Shimazu3, Haruo Kasahara4, Motoshi Kamada5, Akira Higashibata2, Noriaki Ishioka2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Japan Space Forum, Japan, 4Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan, 5Advanced Engineering Services Co.,Ltd., Japan
2011-p-11 ( 12:00-12:20 )
Sap Flow in Plant Stems under the Microgravity Condition
Yoshiaki Kitaya, Hiroaki Hirai, Noboru Ikeda
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2011-p-12 ( 12:20-12:40 )
The Objectives and Outlines of the Resist Tubule Space Experiment
Takayuki Hoson, Haruhiko Akamatsu, Kouichi Soga, Kazuyuki Wakabayashi
Osaka City University, Japan
2011-p-13 ( 12:40-13:00 )
Performance of Light Sources under Low Gravity Realized by Parabolic Airplane Flights
Hiroaki Hirai1, Yoshiaki Kitaya1, Takehiro Hirai2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan

[p-3]
Space Radiation Environment for Life
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Takeo Ohnishi (Nara Medical University, Japan)
Hideyuki Majima (Kagoshima University, Japan)
2011-p-14 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Long-term Stay Against Space Radiation for Human Health
Takeo Ohnishi, Akihisa Takahashi
Nara Medical University, Japan
2011-p-16 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Radiation Effects on Learning Behavior in C. elegans
Tetsuya Sakashita
Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan
2011-p-17 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Biological Effects of Space Radiation (Gamma-rays and UV) on Plant
Jun Hidema, Mika Teranishi, Hiroko Yamaguchi
Tohoku University, Japan
2011-p-18 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Achievement of the First Life Science Experiment &quotRad Gene&quot in the Japanese Experimental Module “Kibo” of the ISS
Akihisa Takahashi, Takeo Ohnishi
Nara Medical University, Japan
2011-p-19 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Effects of 28 Days Exposure of Human Neuro Cells in Space; Neuro Rad Experiments
Hideyuki Majima1, Hiroko Indo1, Noriaki Ishioka2, Hiromi Suzuki3, Toru Shimazu3, Sachiko Yano2, Fumiaki Tanigaki2, Daisuke Masuda4
1Kagoshima University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Japan Space Forum, Japan, 4Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan
2011-p-20 ( 16:20-16:40 )
A Feasible Calculation Study for Radiation Protection using Regolith
Hideyuki Majima1, Daisuke Masuda2, Aiko Nagamatsu3, Hiroko Indo1, Yoichiro Iwashita1, Hiromi Suzuki4, Toru Shimazu4, Sachiko Yano3, Fumiaki Tanigaki3, Noriaki Ishioka3, Chiaki Mukai3
1Kagoshima University, Japan, 2Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan, 4Japan Space Forum, Japan

[p-4]
Space Environment and Life Support
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 17:10 – 18:10
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Kensei Kobayashi (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Shin Yamada (JAXA, Japan)
2011-p-23 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Carbon-bearing Shocked Materials with Vacuum and Air Conditions
Yasunori Miura
Yamaguchi University, Japan
2011-p-24 ( 17:30-17:50 )
The Study on Water Reclamation System for the Life Support System
Atsuko Homma, Hiroaki Matsumoto, Ogawa Naoki
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2011-p-25 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Formation, Alteration and Delivery of Exogenous High Molecular Weight Organic Compounds: Objectives of the Tanpopo Mission from the Point of View of Chemical Evolution
Kensei Kobayashi1, Palash Sarker1, Keisuke Ono1, Yukinori Kawamoto1, Yumiko Obayashi1, Takeo Kaneko1, Satoshi Yoshida2, Hajime Mita3, Hikaru Yabuta4, Akihiko Yamagishi5
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2National Insitute of Radiological Science, 3Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Osaka University, Japan, 5Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan

[q-1]
Solar Power Satellite
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B7
Chairpersons : John Mankins (Artemis Innovation Management Solutions LLC, USA)
Wael Almazeedi (FATE Consortium, USA)
2011-q-01 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Operational Demonstration of Space Solar Power (SSP): Economic Analysis of a First Revenue Satellite (FRS)
A.C. Charania, John Olds, Dominic DePasquale
SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA
2011-q-02 ( 15:00-15:20 )
JAXA Activities for SSPS Research
Susumu Sasaki1, Koji Tanaka1, Advanced Mission Research Group2
1JAXA, Japan, 2ARD, JAXA, Japan
2011-q-16 ( 15:20-15:40 )
The Demonstration of Microwave-beam Control in International Symposium on Solar Energy from Space
Masashi Iwashita
Kobe University, Japan
2011-q-04 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Design of a Small Semi-autonomous Satellite for Microwave Wireless Power Transmission Demonstration
Frank Little, Paola Alicea, Mindy Watts, Veronica Medrano
Texas A&M University, USA
2011-q-05 ( 16:00-16:20 )
System Design Management for Space Solare Power System
Tomoaki Sakurai1, Yoshiaki Ohkami1, Hajime Yano2, Satoru Arakawa1, Abdelhamid Addi1, Shin Mizuguchi1, Tatsuya Shoji1
1Keio University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[q-2-s]
Space Power Systems
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B7
Chairpersons : A.C. Charania (SpaceWorks Engineering, Inc. (SEI), USA)
Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2011-q-06s ( 16:30-16:50 )
Thermal Energy Storage System for Stirling Cycle Electric Generator in Orbit
Toru Tsukano
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-q-07s ( 16:50-17:10 )
Microwave Power Transmission Test in Hawaii for the Real SPS at the Geosynchronous Orbit
Ryotaro Sasaki
University of Kobe, Japan
2011-q-08s ( 17:10-17:30 )
Communication and Power Supply from Satellites to the Ground Devices
Yoshihide Fujikawa
University of Kobe, Japan
2011-q-09s ( 17:30-17:50 )
Development on the Sandwich Panels for the Practical Solar Power Satellite
Soichiro Etani
University of Kobe, Japan
2011-q-10s ( 17:50-18:10 )
Measurement of Electric Charge Flowing into Discharge Point in a Normal Gradient Potential
Ryota Noda
University of Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan

[q-3]
Technologies for the Solar Power Satellite
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:40 – 12:20
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Frank Little (Texas A&M University, USA)
Susumu Sasaki (JAXA, Japan)
2011-q-11 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Analytical Study on Microwave Rocket Flight Performance and Its Feasibility as a SPS Transportation System
Masafumi Fukunari1, Hiroshi Katsurayama2, Toshikazu Yamaguchi1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yoshihiro Arakawa1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Yamaguchi University, Japan
2011-q-12 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Status of Studies on Large Structure Assembly of Space Solar Power Systems (SSPS)
Daisuke Joudoi, Tatsuhito Fujita, Susumu Sasaki
JAXA, Japan
2011-q-13 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Experimental Study on Slack Behavior of Space Tether System
Yuuki Yano, Hironori Fujii
Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-q-14 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Development and On-orbit Data of IKAROS Solar Array Panel
Takayuki Ose1, Yukishige Nozaki1, Masayoshi Oya2, Naoyuki Kaneko2, Akihiko Miki3, Hiroyuki Toyota4
1NEC TOSHIBA Space Systems, Ltd., Japan, 2NEC Aerospace systems, Ltd., 3NEC Engineering, Ltd., Japan, 4ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-q-15 ( 12:00-12:20 )
Construction and Flatness Maintenance of Large-scale Panel Structure for Solar Power Satellite
Satoshi Yamaguchi1, Koji Tanaka2, Susumu Sasaki2, Osamu Odawara1
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[q-4]
Wireless Power Transmission
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:50 – 18:10
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Paul Jaffe (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2011-q-03 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Prospects for the Practical Solar Power Satellite
Nobuyuki Kaya
Kobe University, Japan
2011-q-17 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Research of Beam Steering Control Subsystem for Microwave Wireless Power Transmission Ground Experiment
Takehiro Miyakawa1, Masanobu Yajima1, Yasuyuki Fukumuro1, Susumu Sasaki1, Takuro Sasaki2, Yukihiro Homma2, Koji Namura2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2011-q-18 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Antenna System Design Characteristics for a Space to Earth Demonstration of Wireless Power Transmission
Frank Little, Vewronica Medrano, Miguel Rios, Daniel Talamantez
Texas A&M University, USA
2011-q-19 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Possible Utilization of the Laser Energy Transportation in Space
Nobuki Kawashima
Kinki University, Japan

[r-1]
Space Debris 1 : Optical Measurements 1
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Heiner Klinkrad (ESA/ESOC, Space Debris Office, Germany)
Haruhisa Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-01 ( 8:30-8:50 )
System Design and Operation of Space Situational Awareness for Observation and Monitoring of Space Debris
Tomoaki Sakurai1, Yoshiaki Ohkami1, Naohiko Kohtake1, Yasuo Otani2
1Keio University, Japan, 2Joint Staff College, Japan Air Self Defense Force, Japan
2011-r-02 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Detection of Faint GEO Objects Using Fast Analysis Methods of JAXA
Toshifumi Yanagisawa, Hirohisa Kurosaki
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-03 ( 9:10-9:30 )
An Image Tracking Method for Debris on GEO Using Optical Flow Algorithm
Koki Fujita1, Toshiya Hanada1, Yukihito Kitazawa2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2IHI Corporation, Japan
2011-r-04 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Search Observation of Lost Fragments from Explosion Breakup Event in GEO
Masahiko Uetsuhara1, Toshiya Hanada1, Toshifumi Yanagisawa2, Hirohisa Kurosaki2, Hitoshi Yamaoka1, Yukihito Kitazawa3
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Japan Space Exploration Agency, Japan, 3IHI Corporation, Japan
2011-r-05 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Improved Methods for Tracking and Characterizing Inactive Resident Space Objects
Moriba Jah1, Richard Linares2, Kyle DeMars3
1Air Force Research Laboratory, USA, 2University of Buffalo, USA, 3University of Texas, USA

[r-2]
Space Debris 2 : Optical Measurements 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Moriba Jah (GN&C Group/ASTRIA Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL/RVSV, USA)
Daisuke Kinoshita (National Central University, Taiwan)
2011-r-06 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Brightness Distribution for GEO and HEO Space Debris Objects
Vladimir Agapov1, Igor Molotov1, Victor Stepanyants1, Aleksandr Lapshin2
1Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, 2JSC “SPP “Project-technics”
2011-r-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Using Optical Observations to Survey, Track, and Characterize Small-Size Objects at High Altitudes
Thomas Schildknecht1, Walter Flury2, Carolin Frueh1, Johannes Herzog1, Andreas Hinze1, Alessandro Vananti1
1University of Bern, Switzerland, 2Retired, ESA/ESOC, Germany
2011-r-08 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Precise Determination of Physical Properties of Space Objects
Hideaki Hinagawa, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-r-09 ( 11:20-11:40 )
The Dynamical Effect of Rotation of GEO Debris with High Area-to-Mass Ratio
Haowen Cheng, Jingshi Tang, Lin Liu
Nanjing University, China
2011-r-62 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Development of visible 4-color simultaneous imager and future plan for space-debris observations
Daisuke Kinoshita, Wu Ching-Huang, Chen Tse-Chuan, Shen Pei-Hsien, Huang Ru-Huei
Institute of Astronomy, National Central University, Taiwan

[r-3]
Space Debris 3 : In-situ Measurements
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Thomas Schildknecht (University of Bern, Switzerland)

Saika Aida (DLR, Germany)

2011-r-10 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Orbital Debris Observation Using Space-based LADAR system
Makoto Tagawa, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-r-11 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Status Report of Development of a Sensor for In-situ Space Dust Measurement
Yukihito Kitazawa1, Haruhisa Matsumoto2, Akira Sakurai3, Kunihiro Funakoshi3, Tetsuo Yasaka3, Toshiya Hanada4, Sunao Hasegawa5
1IHI Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3iQPS, 4Kyushu University, Japan, 5ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-r-12 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Installation of an Active Debris Sensor on a Small Satellite for In-Situ Space Dust Measurement
Pauline Faure1, Shie Matsumoto1, Kazuhiro Aso1, Takao Koura1, Tomohiro Narumi1, Yukihito Kitazawa2, Akira Sakurai3, Mengu Cho1, Yasuhiro Akahoshi1
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2IHI Corporation, Japan, 3Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space, Inc., Japan
2011-r-13 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Initial Analysis from Passive Measurement of Dust Particles on JEM/MPAC&SEED
Yugo Kimoto1, Miyuki Waki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Advanced Engineering Services Co.,Ltd., Japan
2011-r-14 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Debris Environment Monitoring Using Small Satellite as Secondary Payload
Hongru Chen, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan

[r-4]
Space Debris 4 : Assurance of Orbital Safety
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:30 – 17:50
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Vladimir Agapov (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
Toshifumi Yanagisawa (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-16 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Observation Accuracy of Space Debris on Geosynchronous Orbit
Nobuo Kudo, Chikako Hirose, Ikumi Matsuda, Kazunori Someya, Shinichi Nakamura, Harushige Noguchi, Hiroshi Inoue, Kaneaki Narita
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-17 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Operational Experience of Satellite Orbital Conjunction Assessment at JAXA
Ikumi Matsuda, Chikako Hirose, Nobuo Kudo, Kazunori Someya, Shinichi Nakamura, Harushige Noguchi, Hiroshi Inoue, Kaneaki Narita
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-18 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Operational Collision Avoidance for LEO Satellites at ESA
Tim Flohrer1, Heiner Klinkrad1, Holger Krag1, Benjamin Bastida Virgili2, Klaus Merz1
1ESA/ESOC, Germany, 2Ataman Science at Space Debris Office (OPS-GR), ESA/ESOC, Germany
2011-r-19 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Operational Results of Conjunction Assessment and Mitigation at GSOC
Saika Aida, Michael Kirschner
German Space Operations Center (GSOC), DLR, Germany

[r-5]
Space Debris 5 : Hypervelocity Impact Experiments 1
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B2
Chairpersons : J.-C. Liou (NASA, USA)
Toshiya Hanada (Kyushu University, Japan)
2011-r-20 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Space Debris- The Growing Issue
Nishant Arora, Sourabh Kaushal
Institute of Science and Technology, India
2011-r-21 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Principles of Organization of a Database on Saturation of the Near-Earth Space with Space Debris
Tatyana Labutkina, Vladimir Larin, Vladimir Belikov
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine
2011-r-22 ( 15:20-15:40 )
The Space Debris Environment Model MASTER-2009
Carsten Wiedemann1, Sven Flegel1, Johannes Gelhaus1, Marek Moeckel1, Heiner Klinkrad2, Holger Krag2, Peter Voersmann1
1TU Braunschweig, Germany, 2Space Debris Office, ESA/ESOC, Germany
2011-r-23 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Introduction of International Standard Draft of Test Procedure on Ejecta due to Hypervelocity Impact
Yasuhiro Akahoshi1, Shie Matsumoto1, Shingo Masuyama1, Faure Pauline1, Haruhisa Matsumoto2, Yukihito Kitazawa3, Jean Mandeville4
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3IHI Corporation, Japan, 4Mandespace, France
2011-r-24 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Analytical Investigation of the Behavior and Distribution of Dust Particles Trapped in Horseshoe Orbit
Norizumi Motooka1, Osamu Mori2, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan

[r-6]
Space Debris 6 : Hypervelocity Impact Experiments 2
Session Date : June 8 (Wed) 16:30 – 18:10
Room : B2
Chairpersons : Pauline Faure (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Seishiro Kibe (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-25 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Free-flight Testing in the Gas-driven Two-stage Light Gas Gun HEK-G
Hideyuki Tanno, Tomoyuki Komuro, Masatoshi Kodera, Kazuo Sato, Katsuhiro Itoh
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-26 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Response of a Aluminum Honeycomb Subjected to Hypervelocity Impacts
Kumi Nitta1, Yukito Kitazawa2, Atsushi Takeba3, Masahide Katayama3, Haruhisa Matsumoto1
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI, Japan, 3ITOCHU Techno-Solutions, Japan
2011-r-27 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Study of Debris Cloud Produced by Hypervelocity Impacts on CFRP and Aluminum Alloy Bumpers
Takumi Kusano1, Masumi Higashide2, Yosuke Nagao2, Sunao Hasegawa3, Kazuyoshi Arai1
1University of Hosei, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2011-r-28 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Evaluation of Space Debris Impact on Spacecraft Structure Panels
Masumi Higashide, Naomi Onose, Sunao Hasegawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-30 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Hypervelocity Impacts on Porous Metal: as a Capable Candidate for Debris Bumper Shield Material
Naomi Onose1, Masumi Higashide1, Sunao Hasegawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan

[r-7]
Space Debris 7 : Mitigation and Debris Removal 1
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 8:30 – 10:10
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Gurudas Ganguli (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
Yukihito Kitazawa (IHI Corporation, Japan)
2011-r-31 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Current Status of Unmanned Spacecraft Design for Limiting Orbital Debris
Noriko Emura1, Haruhisa Matsumoto2, Kumi Nitta2, Satomi Kawamoto2, Masumi Higashide2
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-r-32 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Engineering Challenges for Active Debris Removal
J.-C. Liou
NASA, USA
2011-r-33 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Research and Development of a Debris Removal Method Using Interaction between Space and Electrode with Applied Voltage
Reiso Sasaki, Kazuhiro Masui, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-r-35 ( 9:30-9:50 )
Experiments and Numerical Simulations of Electrodynamic Tether
Kentaro Iki1, Satomi Kawamoto2, Ayaka Takahashi3, Tomori Ishimoto4, Atsushi Yanagida1, Susumu Toda1
1Waseda University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan, 4Kogakuin University, Japan
2011-r-34 ( 9:50-10:10 )
Tribological Experiments for Deployment of Electrodynamic Tether System
Ayaka Takahashi1, Kentaro Iki2, Koji Matsumoto3, Hiroshi Shiomi3, Satomi Kawamoto3
1Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology Graduate, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan

[r-8]
Space Debris 8 : Mitigation and Debris Removal 2
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 10:20 – 12:00
Room : Theater
Chairpersons : Carsten Wiedemann (TU Braunschweig, Germany)
Yasuhiro Akahoshi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-r-36 ( 10:20-10:40 )
How Small Satellites can Comply with the Space Debris Mitigation Guideline
Toshiya Hanada, Kazuaki Maniwa
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-r-37 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Hazards of Electrodynamic Tether to Other Spacecraft
Yuki Tsutsumi, Hiroshi Hirayama, Toshiya Hanada
University of Kyushu, Japan
2011-r-38 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Effectiveness of Passive Orbital Debris Removal for Future Environment
Yuya Ariyoshi1, Toshiya Hanada1, Yukihito Kitazawa2, Aritsune Kawabe2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2IHI Corporation, Japan
2011-r-39 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Efficient Shape for Passive Orbital Debris Removal Satellite
Hiroshi Hirayama, Shuichi Kashima, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-r-40 ( 11:40-12:00 )
NRL Small Orbital Debris Elimination Concept*
Gurudas Ganguli
Naval Research Laboratory, USA

[r-9]
Space Environment 1 : Space Weather
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 9:30
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Mengu Cho (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Haruhisa Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-41 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Space Weather Monitoring and Forecasting Activity in NICT
Tsutomu Nagatsuma, Shin-ichi Watari, Ken Murata
NICT, Japan
2011-r-42 ( 8:50-9:10 )
Study of Energetic Electron Environment Based on JAXA Satellite Observation
Takahiro Obara, Haruhisa Matsumoto
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-44 ( 9:10-9:30 )
Analysis of Atomic Oxygen Fluence Distribution on Satellite Surface
Minoru Iwata1, Hiroaki Kobayashi2, Toshiaki Ogawa3, Jeong-ho Kim4, Shinji Hatta4, Mengu Cho1, Kouichi Ijichi5
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2I-NET CORP., 3NEC Corporation, Japan, 4MUSCAT Space Engineering Co. Ltd., 5Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan

[r-10]
Space Environment 2 : Spacecraft Charging
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 10:00 – 11:20
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Kiyokazu Koga (JAXA, Japan)
Kumi Nitta (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-45 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Energy Spectrum Fitting and Statistical Data Analysis of the Polar Plasma Environment for Spacecraft Charging Analysis
Mengu Cho, Koya Saito, Takamitsu Hamanaga
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-r-46 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Revealing of Surface and Bulk Resistivity of Dielectrics by Surface Charge Decay through Experiment and Simulation
Daomin Min1, Arifur Khan1, Noor Mundari1, Shengtao Li2, Mengu Cho1
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
2011-r-47 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Sustained Discharge Tolerance of Aged Solar Arrays by ESD Ground Tests
Taishi Endo, Tomohiro Wada, Hirokazu Masui, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-r-48 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Development of Mitigation Method against Sustained Arc on Spacecraft Solar Array
Kazuhiro Toyoda, Tomohiro Wada, Tatsuya Yoke, Endo Taishi, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

[r-11]
Space Environment 3 : ERG – Geospace Exploration Mission –
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:40
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Tsutomu Nagatsuma (NICT, Japan)
Yugo Kimoto (JAXA, Japan)
2011-r-49 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Geospace Exploration Mission ERG
Yoshizumi Miyoshi1, Takayuki Ono2, Takeshi Takashima3, Kanako Seki1, Masafumi Hirahara4, Kazushi Asamura3, Yasumasa Kasaba2, Atsushi Kumamoto2, Ayako Matsuoka3, Hirotsugu Kojima5, Kazuo Shiokawa1
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4University of Tokyo, Japan, 5RISH/Japan
2011-r-50 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Space Plasma/Particle Instrument Suite for the Japanese Geospace Exploration Mission “ERG”
Masafumi Hirahara1, ERG PPE team2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-r-51 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Extremely High-Energy Plasma/Particle Sensor Electron onboard ERG Satellite
Haruhsia Matsumoto, Nana Higashio, Takahro Obara
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-52 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Science Output from Pc 5 Pulsation Study by the ERG Spacecraft
Akiko Fujimoto1, Ayako Matsuoka1, Yoshizumi Miyoshi2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya Univ. STE Lab.
2011-r-53 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Examination of Magnetic Field Measurement in the Inner Magnetosphere by ERG
Ayako Matsuoka1, Akiko Fujimoto1, Yoshizumi Miyoshi2, Manabu Shinohara3, Yoshimasa Tanaka4, Tsutomu Nagatsuma5, Kazuo Shiokawa2, Kiyofumi Yumoto6
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya Univ. STE Lab., 3Kagoshima National College of Technology, 4National Institute of Polar Research, 5NICT, Japan, 6Kyushu University, Japan
2011-r-54 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Wave-Particle Interaction Analyzer onboard ERG Satellite
Hirotsugu Kojima1, Yuto Katoh2, Masafumi Hirahara3, Takeshi Takashima4, Kazushi Asamura4, Satoshi Kasahara4, Yoshizumi Miyoshi5, Kanako Seki5
1Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan, 4ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 5STEL, Nagoya University, Japan

[r-12]
Space Environment 4 : Results of Japan’s Missions – SEDA, JASON-2 and QZS –
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:50 – 18:10
Room : A2
Chairpersons : Takahiro Obara (JAXA, Japan)
Yukihito Kitazawa (IHI Corporation, Japan)
2011-r-55 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Measurement Result of the Neutron Monitor onboard Space Environment Data Acquisition Equipment – Attached Payload (SEDA-AP)
Kiyokazu Koga1, Haruhisa Matsumoto1, Takahiro Obara1, Tokonatsu Yamamoto2, Yasushi Muraki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Konan University, Japan
2011-r-56 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Analysis Results of Atomic Oxygen Effect on board Space Environment Data Acquisition Equipment of the International Space Station
Yugo Kimoto, Kiyoshi Koga
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-57 ( 17:30-17:50 )
Observation Result of Light Particle Telescope onboard JASON-2 Satellite
Osamu Okudaira, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Takahiro Obara, Tatsuto Komiyama
JAXA, Japan
2011-r-58 ( 17:50-18:10 )
Overview of Initial Observation Data of Technical Data Acquisition Equipments on the first Quasi-Zenith Satellite
Satoshi Furuhata, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Takahiro Obara
JAXA, Japan

[s-1-cfr]
Student Session
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 16:10 – 17:50
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
Atsushi Matsuda (Meijo University, Japan)
2011-s-01c ( 16:10-16:30 )
Construction of Outgassing Measurement System for Small Satellites
Kazuki Honda
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-s-02r ( 16:30-16:50 )
Engineering Model Development of Electro-static Analyzer for Spacecraft Charging Potential Measurement
Kazuya Okada
Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-s-03r ( 16:50-17:10 )
Development of Measurement System of Field Electron Emission from Electron Emitting Film for Spacecraft Charming Mitigation
Naoki Matsumoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-s-04c ( 17:10-17:30 )
Structural Design and Environment Test of High Voltage Demonstration Satellite HORYU-II
Kenta Tomida
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-s-05f ( 17:30-17:50 )
Monitoring Methods for Satellite Telemetry Data by Using Switching Linear Dynamical Systems
Hiroaki Shioi
University of Tokyo, Japan

[t-1-s]
Systems Engineering and Information Technology Student
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 8:30 – 9:10
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Hajime Yano (JAXA, Japan)
Seiji Kamiyoshi (Keio University, Japan)
2011-t-02s ( 8:30-8:50 )
The Concept of ‘Easily Serviceable Satellite System’ and Its Design Optimization
Jiyeon Kim
University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-t-03s ( 8:50-9:10 )
System Development of an Experimental Rocket and an Autonomous Mobile Quasi-satellite
Yuito Mori
University of Gifu, Japan

[t-2]
Systems Engineering and Information Technology 1
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 9:40 – 11:20
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Naohiko Kohtake (Keio University, Japan)
Hiraku Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
2011-t-04 ( 9:40-10:00 )
Investigation on Root Causes of Spacecraft Anomaly by Applying Dual Vee-Model
Hironori Maejima1,2, Yoshiaki Ohkami2
1JAXA, Japan 2Keio University, Japan
2011-t-05 ( 10:00-10:20 )
Trend Analysis of Errors on Japanese Microsatellites of University
Ryosuke Ishii1, Hironori Sahara1, Seiko Shirasaka2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2011-t-06 ( 10:20-10:40 )
Intelligent Cost and Time Effective Functional Verification in Hardware and Software
Alexander Uryu1, Michael Fritz1, Jens Eickhoff2, Hans-Peter Roeser1
1University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2EADS Astrium Friedrichshafen, Germany
2011-t-07 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Framework for Organizational and Human Factor Risk Visualization in “Reasonably Reliable Systems Engineering”
Akira Tose, Seiko Shirasaka
Keio University, Japan
2011-t-08 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Relation between Cost and Reliability on Test Phase of Satellite Development
Yoshihide Uchida, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

[t-3]
Systems Engineering and Information Technology 2
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 14:40 – 16:20
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Hironori Maejima (JAXA and Keio University, Japan)
Hajime Taguchi (JAXA, Japan)
2011-t-09 ( 14:40-15:00 )
A Method of Quantitative Evaluation of Architecture in Microsatellite System with Reasonable Reliability Model
Toru Sugiyama1, Sota Inomata1, Yukiya Hanada1, Ryosuke Ishiii1, Yoshihide Uchida1, Hironori Sahara1, Seiko Shirasaka2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2011-t-10 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Realization Concept of Reasonably Reliable Systems Engineering for Nano-Satellites
Seiko Shirasaka1, Shinichi Nakasuka2
1Keio University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-t-11 ( 15:20-15:40 )
The First Human Near-Earth Object Mission: The Case for Japanese Contribution
Yasuhito Fuma1, Sander Lustenhouwer2, Kanenori Ishibashi1, Hajime Yano1, Naohiko Kohtake1
1Keio University, Japan, 2Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
2011-t-12 ( 15:40-16:00 )
A Study of Upstream Design Processes and Methods of Spacecraft
Atsuo Tsuiki
JAXA, Japan
2011-t-13 ( 16:00-16:20 )
Uncertainty Assessment for Design of Spacecraft and Aircraft
Kamiyoshi Seiji, Masaru Nakano
Keio University, Japan

[t-4]
Systems Engineering and Information Technology 3
Session Date : June 10 (Fri) 16:30 – 17:30
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Seiko Shirasaka (Keio University, Japan)
Hajime Taguchi (JAXA, Japan)
2011-t-14 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Introduction of Systems Engineering to Cansat Project – Construction of PBL-type Educational Program –
Hiraku Sakamoto1, Naohiko Kohtake2, Seiko Shirasaka2, Koji Yamada3, Yuya Sudo2, Shuhei Toki4, Yuya Kakehashi2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2011-t-15 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Practical Application of Systems Engineering to Cansat Project – Operation of PBL-type Educational Program in Seven Universities in Japan –
Koji Yamada1, Yuya Sudo2, Shuhei Toki3, Yuya Kakehashi2, Hiraku Sakamoto4, Naohiko Kohtake2, Seiko Shirasaka2
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 4Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2011-t-16 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Knowledge Sharing Activity of Space System Development Project and Its Lessons Learned
Akira Ogawa
JAXA, Japan

[u-1]
Space Education 1
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 17:40
Room : B5
Chairpersons : Hiroaki Akiyama (Wakayama University, Japan)
Susumu Yoshitomi (Japan Space Forum, Japan)
2011-u-02 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Space Education Activity through IAC Participation
Norimasa Katayama1, Aria Iwasawa2, Yasuyoshi Hisamoto1, Eijiro Hirohama3, Yayoi Miyagawa3, Emiko Ando3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3JAXA Space Education Center, Japan
2011-u-04 ( 16:40-17:00 )
Space Education Activities in the Young Astronauts Club
Toshiaki Takemae
JAXA, Japan
2011-u-05 ( 17:00-17:20 )
Space Education and Public Outreach for Aerospace Engineering in a Brazilian Perspective
Walter Dos Santos1, Candido de Moura2, Wilson Yamaguti1, Mario Silva1
1INPE The Brazilian National Space Research Institute, Brazil, 2Escola Municipal Pres. Tancredo de Almeida Neves
2011-u-06 ( 17:20-17:40 )
Outreach Activity of Japanese Lunar and Planetary Exploration: The Moon Station Way
Junya Terazono1, Naoki Wakabayashi2, Seiichi Sakamoto3, Junichi Watanbe4
1The University of Aizu, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Technology, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan

[u-2]
Space Education 2
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 9:50
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Misuzu Onuki (Space Frontier Foundation, Japan)
Junya Terazono (The University of Aizu, Japan)
2011-u-07 ( 8:30-8:50 )
Design of Interplanetary Trajectories via Crowd Sourcing
Frazer Barnsley, Chit Hong Yam, Dario Izzo, Giuseppina Schiavone, Francesco Biscani, Kevin de Groote
European Space Agency, The Netherlands
2011-u-09 ( 8:50-9:10 )
New Business Model Development Activities for Micro/Nano Satellites at the Innovative Nano-Satellite TEchnology Center (INSTEC)
Naomi Kurahara1, Naohiko Kohtake2, Seiko Shirasaka2, Shinichi Nakasuka1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2011-u-10 ( 9:10-9:30 )
The Development of Small Satellite in Vietnam
Tuan Nguyen, Tuan Pham, Dan Phan, Huong Vuong, Quang Ha, Duong Bui, Huynh Hoang
Space Technology Institute, Viet Nam
2011-u-12 ( 9:30-9:50 )
“KIBO Hi-Vision EarthView” Educational System Development
Susumu Yoshitomi1, Yoshinori Kobayashi1, Toru Fujishima1, Daisuke Yasuda1, Haruhiko Kawasaki1, Naomichi Takeda2, Keiji Murakami3
1Japan Space Forum, Japan, 2Space Engineering Development Co., Ltd., Japan, 3JAXA, Japan

[u-3]
Humanity, Society and Culture in the Space Era
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Takashi Abe (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2011-u-13 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Humanities and Social Sciences in the Space Era
Hiroaki Isobe
Kyoto University, Japan
2011-u-14 ( 15:00-15:20 )
Why Wandering among the Stars? Space Exploration and Ethical Challenge
Jacques Arnould
Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales, France
2011-u-16 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Human Mind in the Space
Toji Kamata
Kyoto University, Japan
2011-u-17 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Anthropology for the Space
Hiroki Okada
Kobe University, Japan

[v-1]
International Cooperation
Session Date : June 6 (Mon) 16:20 – 16:40
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
Masahiko Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2011-v-01 ( 16:20-16:40 )
Establishing of an ISEA
Doo Hwan Kim
Visiting Professor, Chuo Gakuin University in Japan, Korea

[v-2]
Space Transportation
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 10:40 – 12:00
Room : B7
Chairpersons : Masahiko Sato (JAXA, Japan)
Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
2011-v-05 ( 10:40-11:00 )
Development of Global Regulatory and Safety Standards for Commercial Human Spaceflight
Charles Lauer1, Misuzu Onuki2
1Rocketplane Global, Inc., USA, 2Space Frontier Foundation, Japan
2011-v-06 ( 11:00-11:20 )
Comparative Analysis on the Legal Framework of the Privatization of Space Transportation
Seiko Morikawa
JAXA, Japan
2011-v-07 ( 11:20-11:40 )
Consideration about Commercial Human Space Flight in Japan
Misuzu Onuki
Space Frontier Foundation, Japan
2011-v-08 ( 11:40-12:00 )
Federal Aviation Administration Vision for Future Regulation of Commercial Space Transportation
John Sloan, George Nield, Megan Mitchell
Office of Commercial Space Transportation, USA

[v-3]
Governance & Sustainability
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 14:40 – 16:00
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Hiroshi Yoshida (Excalibur Japan, Japan)
Masahiko Sato (JAXA, Japan)
2011-v-09 ( 14:40-15:00 )
Effective Utilization of Space Assets -Towards the Safer Regional Circustamces-
Yasuaki Hashimoto
The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan
2011-v-10 ( 15:00-15:20 )
“Long-Term Sustainability of Space Activities”: Could this Become a Customary International Law?
Yukiko Kodachi
Keio University/ the Japan Society for the Promotions of Science, Japan
2011-v-12 ( 15:20-15:40 )
Rethinking Space Traffic Management as a Principle Norm of Space Activities
Yu Takeuchi
JAXA, Japan
2011-v-13 ( 15:40-16:00 )
Space Governance in Japan, Today and Future
Motoko Uchitomi
JAXA, Japan

[v-4]
Other Legal and Cooperative matters
Session Date : June 7 (Tue) 16:30 – 17:30
Room : B6
Chairpersons : Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
Hiroshi Yoshida (Excalibur Japan, Japan)
2011-v-14 ( 16:30-16:50 )
Decision-making Process in the GX Rocket – What is the “Kanmin-Renkei” Cooperation System –
Shoichi Fujimoto, Yuko Fujigaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-v-15 ( 16:50-17:10 )
Legal Points at Issue about NEO Threat Response and International Cooperation
Yoshiaki Kinoshita, Masahiko Sato, Yu Takeuchi
JAXA, Japan
2011-v-16 ( 17:10-17:30 )
Dual-Use Concept on Civil and Defense Uses of Outer Space
Yasuo Otani1, Yoshiaki Ohkami2, Naohiko Kohtake2, Tomoaki Sakurai2
1Air Self Defense Force, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
Session Date : June 9 (Thu) 18:30 – 20:00
Room : Theater Foyer
Chairpersons :
2011-b-59p
Study on Electrical Property and Operational Characteristics of Low-power Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Atsushi Sasaki1, Yasunori Nejoh1, Hiroyasu Fukuda1, Yuki Yamamura1, Nobuo Mizuno2
1Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan
2011-b-60p
Basic Performance Characteristics of Anode-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters
Makoto Nose1, Naru Sugimoto1, Kazuya Togawa1, Takahiro Nishida1, Tomoyuki Ikeda1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2011-b-61p
Flowfield Calculation of Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thrusters for Nano-Satellite PROITERES
Masato Tanaka1, Masamichi Naka1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yosuke Watanabe2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2011-b-62p
Numerical Simulation of a Hydrogen Plasma Flow Field in a Two-Dimensional Magnetoplasmadynamic Thruster
Hiroki Sato1, Kenichi Kubota2, Ikkoh Funaki2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-63p
Thrust Performance in a Low Power Hall Thruster
Naoji Yamamoto, Toru Ezaki, Hideki Nakashima
Kyushu University, Japan
2011-b-64p
Development of 5cm Size Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster
Yoshiyuki Takao1, Naoji Yamamoto2, Hideki Nakashima2
1Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2011-b-65p
Numerical Analysis of LSC-LSD Threshold Using Thermal Non-equilibrium and Multiply-Charged Ionization Model
Hiroyuki Shiraishi, Takuya Koide
Daido University, Japan
2011-b-66p
Fundamental Study of Exploding Wire for Pulsed Plasma Thruster about Multiple Condensers and Metals
Yuki Okawa, Hidehiro Hata, Kazuhito Fujiwara, Tetsuyuki Hiroe
University of Kumamoto, Japan
2011-b-67p
Development of Propellant Feeding System for Stardust Propulsion
Katsunori Ishii, Taro Matsushita, Shinpei Sakka, Makoto Matsui, Shigeki Yashiro, Yoshiki Yamagiwa
Shizuoka University, Japan
2011-b-68p
Development of a High-Speed Thrust Measurement System
Yuya Oshio1, Kazuma Ueno1, Ikkoh Funaki2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2011-b-69p
MD Study on Carbon Sputtering and Redeposition
Tatsuya Muramoto1, Toru Hyakutake2
1Okayama University of Science, Japan, 2Yokohama National University, Japan
2011-c-57p
Plasma Shield by Rotating Magnetic Field for Innovative Space Transportations
Tomohiko Asai1, Midori Yamazaki1, Hiroaki Tomuro1, Michiaki Inomoto2, Toshiki Takahashi3
1Nihon University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Gunma University, Japan
2011-c-58p
Prototype Design of the Probe Climber for a Stratospheric Elevator
Yoshio Aoki, Shinya Tanaka, Ken Hashimoto, Kohei Nakadai, Emiko Hara, Akihisa Tabata
Nihon University, Japan
2011-c-59p
Observed Contamination on the JEM/MPAC&SEED
Junko Matsuyama, Susumu Baba, Junichiro Ishizawa, Yugo Kimoto
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-83p
Space Weather Effects on GPS Performance at Low Latitude Station BHOPAL and High Latitude Station MAITRI, ANTARCTICA
Pramod Purohit1, Soumi Bhattacharya2
1NITTTR Shamla Hills, India, 2LNCT, India
2011-d-84p
On Several Station-Keeping Strategies of Orbits around Collinear Libration Points by Utilizing Solar Sails
Yuhui Zhao, Xiyun Hou, Jingshi Tang, Lin Liu
Nanjing University, China
2011-d-85p
Robust Adaptive Control Using Particle Filter for Future Space Transportation
Masashi Miura1, Yasuhiro Morita2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-d-86p
Small Halo Orbit near the Sun-Earth L2 Point by Solar Sail
Mutsuko Morimoto, Hirotaka Sawada, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi
JAXA, Japan
2011-d-87p
Experimental Study on Mobility and Navigation for Exploration Rover in Natural Rough Terrain
Genya Ishigami1, Takashi Kubota1, Masatsugu Otsuki1, Takanobu Shimada1, Shogo Takanashi2, Orchlon Ann2
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-d-88p
Optimal Tunded Vibation Absorber for Damping Liberation of Gravity Gradient Stabilized Satellite
Yohsuke Nambu
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2011-e-56p
Conceptual Design of Mars Airplane
Koji Fujita1, Remi Luong2, Hiroki Nagai1, Keisuke Asai1
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Sherbrooke University, Canada
2011-e-57p
Plume Diagnostics of High Enthalpy CO2 Flows by Spectroscopic Methods
Makoto Matsui1, Hideto Nakamura1, Kensaku Tanaka2, Satoshi Nomura2, Kuwahara Akira1, Yamagiwa Yoshiki1, Komurasaki Kimiya2, Arakawa Yoshihiro2
1Shizuoka University, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
2011-f-38p
A Study of an Onboard Scheduling Algorithm and Its Supporting Software Framework for Autonomous Space Systems
Yosuke Fukushima, Makoto Mita, Masatsugu Otsuki
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2011-f-39p
Control of Ground Technological Systems by Preparation of Space Launches
Volodymyr Savchuk
SDO Yuzhnoye, Ukraine
2011-g-35p
Techspace Aero, European Supplier for Flow Control Equipment of Liquid Fueled Rocket Engines
Philippe Nomerange1, Jerome D’Agruma2
1Techspace Aero, Belgium, 2Techspace Aero, Kingdom of Belgium
2011-k-29p
Lunar Dust Monitor to be Onboard the Next Japanese Lunar Mission SELENE-2
Hideo Ohashi1, Masanori Kobayashi2, Sho Sasaki3, Hiromi Shibata4, Takeo Iwai5, Masayuki Fujii6, Ken-ichi Nogami7, Hiroshi Kimura8, Maki Nakamura5, Takayuki Hirai9
1Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, 2PERC, Chiba Institute of Technology, 3National Astronomical Observatory, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan, 5University of Tokyo, Japan, 6Waseda University, Japan, 7Emeritus, Dokkyo Medical University, Japan, 8CPS, 9Graduate University for Advance Sciences, Japan
2011-k-30p
Behavior of Return Pulse Intensity Data Obtained by the Laser Altimeter Onboard Kaguya
Seiichi Tazawa, Hirotomo Noda, Hiroshi Araki, Yoshiaki Ishihara, Nobuyuki Kawano, Sho Sasaki
National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan
2011-p-27p
Space Aquarium and Incubator
Ielyzaveta Gorbenko, Galyna Sokol
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine
2011-p-28p
Effect of Lower Body Positive Pressure on Fluid Turnover in Human Legs
Satoshi Matsuo, Hiroshi Ohnishi, Yasuaki Kawai
Tottori University, Japan
2011-p-29p
Simulation Studies of Bipedal Walking on the Moon and Mars
Shin Yamada1, Hiroshi Ohshima1, Tomofumi Yamaguchi2, Terumasa Narukawa2, Masaki Takahashi2, Kimitaka Hase2, Meigen Liu2, Chiaki Mukai1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2011-p-30p
An Effective and Efficient Exercise Protocol to Prevent Deterioration of Cardiac Function during Long-term Space Flight: A Preliminary Study
Tomoaki Matsuo, Shin Yamada, Hiroshi Ohshima, Chiaki Mukai
JAXA, Japan
2011-p-31p
The Genetic Analysis on the Hair Roots from One or Five Strands of Human Hair
Masahiro Terada1, Reiko Nakao1, Shin Yamada1, Riyo Yamanaka1, Hideyuki Majima2, Takashi Yamazaki1, Akira Higashibata1, Noriaki Ishioka1, Hiroshi Ohshima1, Chiaki Mukai1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kagoshima University, Japan
2011-q-20p
Development of a Multi-Input Power System for Mobile Robots
Hsin-Jang Shieh, Chen-Xue Hong, Ying-Zou Chen
National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
2011-r-59p
TANPOPO: Astrobiology Exposure and Micrometeoroid Capture Experiments
Akihiko Yamagishi1, Hajime Yano2, Kyoko Okudaira3, Kensei Kobayashi4, Shin-ichi Yokobori1, Makoto Tabata2, Hideyuki Kawai5, Masamichi Yamashita2, Hajime Mita6, Hirofumi Hashimoto2, Hikaru Yabuta7
1Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3University of Aizu, Japan, 4Yokohama National University, Japan, 5Chiba University, Japan, 6Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan, 7Osaka University, Japan
2011-r-60p
Generation of High Speed Atomic Oxygen Flows by a Laser Driven Plasma Wind Tunnel
Shingo Yoneda1, Kensaku Tanaka1, Satoshi Nomura1, Makoto Matsui2, Yoshiki Yamagiwa2, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yoshihiro Arakawa1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan
2011-r-63p
How Should the IDEA Project Be?
Akira Doi, Saori Ikeda, Masahiko Uetsuhara, The IDEA Project Team
Kyushu University, Japan

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