#CASAMOn-Orbit servicing, assembly, and manufacturing
DATES:aPRIL 27 - jULY 23, 2021
How can we make servicing satellites in space as easy as maintaining your car?
Future on-orbit servicing (OOS) capabilities and in-space manufacturing will extend operational lifetimes of satellites and thus will reduce lifecycle costs and enable new systems and missions. These effects could be achieved not only through refueling, repairing, or recycling of satellites, but also through satellite orbit correction and in-space manufacturing. Additionally, OOS creates a prospect of establishing a commercial servicing and debris removal network lending from the same technology base.
Commercial space sector is beginning to move toward robotic servicing as an integral part of its space architecture. As standardized interfaces become more prevalent throughout the satellite manufacturing industry, costs will inevitably decrease. Standardized plug-and-play capabilities have benefited many industries, such as home computers.
The implications for in-space manufacturing are seemingly limitless. Therefore, the USSF is seeking bold and disruptive technologies enabling on-orbit servicing and manufacturing.
Topics of Interest
- How do we make satellites serviceable?
- How do we create low-cost & reusable servicing systems?
- Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GNC)
- Electric Propulsion
- Orbit modification and maintenance
- Refueling and commodities replenishment
- Debris mitigation/removal
- Non-contact support
- Any other supporting technologies for On-Orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing
April 27, 2021
The On-Orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing cohort kicks off – completely virtual!
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