Human Spaceflight Lectures

May 20, 2014 Microgravity, the future of innovation
Ioana Cozmuta
Science and Technology Corporation, NASA Ames Space Portal
February 12, 2013 Surface exploration of small solar system bodies: challenges and prospects
Marco Pavone
Dept of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University
April 11, 2012 Advances in Fast Burning Fuels and High Performance Hybrid Rocket Propulsion
Brian Cantwell
School of Engineering, Stanford University
September 21, 2011 SpaceX and the Dragon Spacecraft
Abhishek Tripathi
SpaceX Inc.
July 06, 2011 Moon Express - Pioneering the NewSpace Frontier
Bob Richards
Moon Express, Inc
January 12, 2011 The Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE): New Mission, Longstanding Questions
Rick Elphic,
NASA Ames Space Science Division
September 08, 2010 NASA's Flexible Path Architecture Study for Human Missions
David Korsmeyer
Chief of the Intelligent Systems Division, NASA Ames Research Center
August 18, 2010 From Earth to the Stars: Psychological Issues during Space Missions
Nick Kanas
Professor of Psychiatry, UC San Francisco
April 07, 2010 Starship Life Support
Harry Jones
NASA Ames Research Center
January 27, 2010 ESAS and the Augustine Commission: The Way Forward on US Manned Spaceflight
Daniel Rasky
Director for the NASA Ames Space Portal, NASA Ames Research Center
July 29, 2009 How do You Qualify Heat Shields on Earth? Plasma Reentry Wind Tunnel Research at NASA Ames
John Balboni
NASA Ames Thermal Protection Test Facility
July 15, 2009 How to speak to your computer - Spoken Dialogue Systems on the ISS and beyond
Dr. Beth Ann Hockey
Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics & Senior Research Scientist, UC Santa Cruz
June 03, 2009 Field Testing of Utility Robots for Lunar Surface Operations
Terry Fong
Intelligent Robotics Group, NASA Ames Research Center
November 12, 2008 How Spaceflight Was Born
Eugene Lally
July 09, 2008 People and Automation: Implications for Long Duration Lunar and Planetary Exploration
Jessica Marquez
NASA Ames Research Center
May 28, 2008 An Insider's View of NASA Ames Lunar Skunkworks
William S. Marshall