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Series of images showing spacecraft descent from atmosphere to surface.

The 6th International Planetary Probe Workshop (IPPW-6) was held in Atlanta, GA, 21-27 June 2008. The workshops explored the technological challenges and scientific opportunities associated with entry, descent, landing and flight in planetary atmospheres.

 
IPPW 6 2008 Atlanta, GA
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Event Program (PDF, 583 KB)
Event Poster (PDF, 15.34 MB)
Poster Session
Short Course: Extreme Environment Technologies

WORKSHOP SESSIONS

Session 1: Current Outlook

Conveners: Jean-Pierre Lebreton, Ethiraj Venkatapathy


Session 2: Strategic Perspectives

Conveners: Carol Carroll, Bernard Foing


Session 3: Probe Missions to the Giant Planets, Titan and Venus

Conveners: Tibor Balint, Bobby Kazeminejad


Session 4: Historical Perspectives

Conveners: Andrew Ball, Bernie Bienstock


Session 5: Ongoing and Proposed EDL Technology Development

Conveners Jan Thornton, Denis Lebleu


Session 6: Extreme Environments

Conveners: Jean-Marie Muylaert, Steve Ruffin & Bernard Marty


Combined Session: Mars

Conveners: Peter Smith, Michael Meyer and J. L. Vago


Session 7: Planetary Entry Science Payloads

Conveners: Doug McCuistion, Roland Trautner


Session 8: Current Planetary Probe Science and Technology

Conveners: Lutz Richter, Wayne Lee


Session 9: Sample Return Challenges

Conveners: Jim Arnold, Jean Marc Bouilly


Session 10: Cross Cutting Technologies

Conveners: : Joern Helbert, Chester Ong & Walt Engelund


Session 11: Closing

Conveners: Jim Cutts, Bernie Bienstock

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