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“Future in Space” Hangout: What Will NASA’s Lunar Gateway Habitat Look Like?

By October 25, 2019Announcements, Uncategorized

What Will NASA’s Lunar Gateway Habitat Look Like?

When: 3 p.m. EST on October 31, 2019

Description:  A critical part of NASA’s plan to get to Mars and the Moon include the development and construction of a gateway that will support lunar and Mars exploration in the coming years.  The technology and experience gained building and using the gateway will offer a major improvement to our current space capabilities. One crucial module on the gateway is the habitat that will house human beings.  NASA contractor Northrop-Grumman is tasked with designing and building the gateway habitat, tune in for our discussion and learn about the capabilities and status of this important component of human space exploration.

Participants:

  • Tony Darnell, Founder, Deep Astronomy (Moderator)
  • Rick Mastracchio, Senior Director Operations Program Manager, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems (NGIS), Former Astronaut
  • Jon Olansen, Gateway Production Manager, NASA JSC
  • Stephen Robinson, Director, Habitats Optimized for Missions of Exploration (HOME), Space Technology Research Institute for Deep Space Habitat Design, UC Davis, Former Astronaut

The series of internet “Future in Space” Hangouts is held on select Thursdays and aimed at discussing science research, engineering, and related subjects with a focus on astronautics, space astronomy, and human space flight activities.

 

More information is available at https://astronautical.org/events/hangouts.