Permanent Committees

Permanent Committee Overview

The International Academy of Astronautics has created Permanent Committees to perform specific tasks on a continuous basis.

The list of Permanent Committees includes:

  • History Committee
  • SETI Committee
  • Small Satellites Committee
  • Scientific-Legal Liaison Committee
  • Space Debris Committee
IAA Permanent Committee on History

1/ Terms of Reference:

In the wake of the creation of the International Academy of Astronautics on 16 August 1960, a committee on the History of the Development of Rockets and Astronautics was created by Theodor Von Karman in 1961. Its task was to stimulate the preparation of scholarly studies of various aspects of the development of rockets and astronautics in different countries from the earliest times. After disappearing in the frame of the IAA reform in 2000, the History Committee has been re-instated on 13 October 2009. The History Committee is established to pursue activities related to the study of the history of rockets and astronautics. The committee belongs to Commission VI (Space & Society, Culture & Education) of the IAA. The committee is chaired by a member of the IAA. The term of membership for both chairman and vice-chairman is 2 years, in line with the 2-year term of the IAA Board of Trustees. The membership of this committee comes from all sections of the IAA, and also includes other qualified individuals who may not be members of the IAA. The membership term is 2-year renewable.

The History Committee is tasked with various activities:

1/ History of Astronautics Symposium: The History Committee’s crown jewel, a yearly History of Astronautics Symposium is organised in the frame of the IAC. Beginning with a single session in 1967, it progressed to 2 sessions in 1983, 3 sessions in 1995 and 4 sessions in 2002. This last, special session, is often dedicated to the contribution of the local IAC organiser to astronautics, or to a joint session (e.g. with COSPAR), or to a special anniversary (e.g. Sputnik), or to guest speakers. The basic core of the Symposium thus is made of 3 sessions: Memoirs, Organisational histories, Technical & scientific histories. Papers cover the whole range of astronautics, from the XIth century Chinese rockets to matters at least 25 years old.

2/ Proceedings of the History of Astronautics Symposium: One of the only two groups to do so in IAC (with the IISL), the History Committee has been publishing the proceedings of all its Symposium papers, since its beginnings in 1967, an absolutely unique and invaluable source of information for space historians. Each year a member of the committee is tasked with the edition of these papers, published in the American Astronautical Society (AAS) series. A special Book of Abstracts & Index was published in 2009, with all the abstracts of the papers published in the period 1967-2000, together with indices.

3/ Anniversaries: The History Committee is keeping track of astronautics anniversaries, and accordingly proposes any relevant commemoration activities.

4/ Deceased people: The History Committee keeps track of recently deceased people in the field of astronautics.

5/ Personnel/national activities: The History Committee establishes yearly summaries of its members activities, as well as relevant activities in the members home area or country.

6/ Study Groups: Specific IAA Study Groups can be established in the frame of the History Committee.

7/ Other activities: Special visits, dinners, teleconferences, venues of personalities (with press conference) are organised. Diaporamas or film screenings, cultural events (e.g. pyrotechnical performance) should be organised. Current events, joint sessions with other symposia should be organised.

2/ Activity:
Agenda, Paris, France, March 26, 2018 – 09h00-12h00
Meeting minutes, Adelaide, Australia, September 29, 2017
Meeting minutes, Paris, France, March 20, 2017
Meeting minutes, Guadalajara, Mexico, September 29, 2016
Meeting minutes, Paris, France, March 21, 2016
Meeting minutes, Paris, France, March 23, 2015
Meeting minutes, Toronto, Canada, October 02, 2014
Meeting minutes, Paris, France, March 17, 2014
Meeting minutes, Beijing, China, September 26, 2013

Please visit the History Committee Facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/HistoryCommitteeIAA

AAS History – IAA Proceedings: list of publications (Univelt.com).

3/ Membership:

Co-Chair: Dougherty Kerrie
Co-Chair: Liepack Otfrid
Secretary: TBD

Members:
Avila Cristian
Barry Bill
Becklake John
Charles John
Ciancone Mike
Cosyn Phillipe
De León Pablo
Dowling Richard
Dumas Stephan
Dunham David
Elder Donald
Erickson Andrew
Fisher Richard
Freeman Marsha
Gainor Chris
Godwin Robert
Gomes Vera
Gruntman Mike
Harlow John
Inbar Tal
James George
Jones William
Jukola Päivi
Lardier Christian
Launius Roger
Liebermann Randy
Loureiro Geilson
Lundquist Charles
Malina Roger
Matogawa Yasunori
Mayer Hannes
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Mouriaux Pierre-Francois
Perera Mali
Picol Alan
Pirard Theo
Reinke Niklas
Rohrwild Karlheinz
Rothmund Christophe
Rugescu Radu
Skoog A. Ingemar
Springer Tony
Sturdevant Rick W.
Teofilatto Paolo
Tillman Rachel
Watanabe Hirotaka
Winter Frank
Zhdanovich Olga

4/ Archives:

See Annex I for a summary of the chairs and secretaries; sessions, papers and attendance since 1994; anniversaries and other activities.

IAA Permanent Committee on Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)

1/ Terms of Reference:

SETI is an acronym for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. The primary goal is to examine all aspects of possible future contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, with special reference to international issues and activities. The underlying science of the study of life in the universe includes relevant astrophysical and astronomical phenomena, the nature and distribution of the biogenic elements and compounds, the formation of life-bearing planets, the origin and evolution of biological systems, complex life and intelligence, and the emergence of technological civilizations. Associated missions and technology include planetary science missions designed to search for evidence of extraterrestrial life, the astronomical search for extrasolar planets, and the recovery of possible Martian microfossils on the Earth. The science and technology of SETI itself includes the development of search strategies, and the underlying intellectual foundation, the design, development, construction and operation of telescopes and signal detection systems, studies of their future location in space or on the lunar farside, rejection of radio frequency interference, the archiving of SETI data, and analysis of search results.

The SETI Permanent Committee will also continue to lead in discussions of the implications of detecting extraterrestrial signals: for example, in the areas of philosophy, historical analogs, anthropology, legal, political and institutional issues, sociology, psychology and theology, and interactions with the media and the educational system. All issues concerning possible future transmissions from Earth deliberately intended for ETI will also be included. Continuing collaboration will be sought with the International Institute of Space Law on some of these questions.

In addressing all of the above, the SETI Permanent Committee will seek learned papers for presentation at the SETI sessions of the International Astronautical Congress, publish the best of these papers in Acta Astronautica or elsewhere, generate and conduct, or support special Academy conferences or studies on important topics, and play a proactive role in the continuing study of extraterrestrial life and intelligence. Where appropriate, the SETI Permanent Committee will collaborate also with other committees of the Academy and the Federation, with the Bioastronomy Commission of the International Astronomical Union, and other national and international bodies and societies with an interest in SETI. These terms of reference exclude any consideration of UFO phenomena.
The SETI Permanent Study has four areas of particular concern:
1. Issues of Policy Concerning Communications with Extraterrestrial Intelligence. (Ernst Fasan AUSTRIA)
2. SETI Post-Detection Science and Technology. (Ray Norris AUSTRALIA)
3. Lunar SETI Studies. (Claudio Maccone ITALY)
4. Media and Education. (Roger Malina FRANCE)


2/ Activity:

Declaration of Principles concerning the Conduct of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Meeting minutes, Paris, France, 20 March, 2015
Meeting minutes, Toronto, Canada, October 3rd, 2014
Meeting minutes, Paris, France, March 20, 2014
Meeting meeting, Beijing, China, September 24, 2013
Meeting minutes, Naples, Italy, October 3rd, 2012
Meeting minutes, Cape Town, South Africa, October 5th, 2011
Meeting minutes, Prague, Czech Republic, September 30th, 2010

3/ Membership:

Chair: Maccone Claudio
Co-Chair: Garrett Michael
Co-Chair: Gurvits Leonid
Secretary: Siemion Andrew

Members:
Almar Ivan J
Antonietti Nicolo
Ben Hayoun Nelly
Carrigan Richard A
Cirkovic Milan M
Clar Richard S
Cosmovici Cristiano
Croft Steve
Davies Paul CW
De Paulis Daniela
De Vito Carl L
DeMarines Julia
Denning Kathryn
Diamond Bill
Dick Steven J.
Dominik Martin
Drake Frank
Elliott John
Foster Griffin
Gajjar Vishal
Haqq-Misra Jacob
Hellbourg Gregory
Herzing Denise
Hickish Jack
Korpela Eric J.
Lemarchand Guillermo A
Loeb Avi
Malina Roger F
Margot Jean-Luc
Melis Andrea
Monari Jader
Montebugnoli Stelio
Musso Paolo
Panov Alexander D.
Piotelat Elisabeth
Pluchino Salvatore
Price Danny C.
Qian Lei
Ramirez Rosa Maria
Richards Jon
Rummel John D
Shostak Seth G.
Sterns Patricia M
Stone Remington
Tarter Jill C
Tennen Leslie I
Tingay Steven
Villaroel Beatriz
Werthimer Dan
Wright Jason T.

4/ SETI Protocols

One of the functions of the IAA SETI Permanent Committee is to establish protocols to be followed by SETI scientists in the detection, analysis, verification, announcement, and response to signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. Follow the links below to download copies of the various SETI protocols, relevant articles, and related proposals.

Cover Letter for Post-Detection Protocols
• SETI Post-Detection Protocols (adopted 1989)
Declaration of Principles (revised 2010)
• Proposed SETI Reply Protocols
• Position paper: Sending Communications to Extraterrestrial Civilizations (1996 draft)
• Position paper: Sending Communications to Extraterrestrial Civilizations (2007 revision)
• A Contrarian Perspective on Altruism: the Dangers of First Contact
Ten Decisions That Could Shake the World
Rio Scale for quantifying significance of a SETI detection
San Marino Scale for quantifying potential hazard of transmission from Earth

Archives

Membership Roster (2014)

Minutes, October 2009
Minutes, September 2008
Minutes, September 2007
Minutes, October 2006
Minutes, October 2005
Minutes, October 2004
Minutes, September 2003
Minutes, October 2002
Minutes, September 2001
Minutes, September 2000
Minutes, October 1999
Status report, March 2007
Status report, September 2006

Link to SETI conference website: soon available

IAA Permanent Committee on Small Satellites

1/ Terms of Reference:

It is the intention of the IAA Permanent Committee on Small Satellite Missions to support any activities in connection with small satellite missions, and to bring within the reach of every country the opportunity to operate small satellite missions and utilize the data effectively at low costs, as well as to develop and build application-driven missions. In this context the Committee supports all activities to develop and promote concepts and processes by various user communities to conduct or participate in small satellite missions using small, economical satellites, and associated launches, ground stations, data distributions structures, and space system management approaches. For instance, small satellite missions for Earth observation can easily be tailored to the particular solutions of a country or a group of countries concerning the geography, economical and environmental needs. Novel types of constellations of small satellites are currently being designed that could serve the application needs and economic possibilities of countries and user communities by sharing the contributions and the costs. The use of low-cost satellite missions for planetary exploration will also be considered as well as the use of low-cost satellite missions for educational purposes and for technology demonstration.

The IAA Committee on Small Satellite Missions has the following general goals:
1) Organizing symposia at the International Astronautical Congresses, COSPAR and stand-alone conferences/symposia/workshops.
2) Making presentations in countries and organizations throughout the world as appropriate, especially in developing countries and countries emerging in space activities.
3) Making small satellites an integral part of university science and engineering curricula.
4) Promoting and supporting current and new IAA studies dealing with aspects of small satellite missions.
5) Working together with other professional society groups to expand our knowledge base and contacts, e. g. COSPAR and IAF.
6) Implementing the cooperation with other international organizations having similar goals, e. g., the United Nations, the International Space University, and ISPRS.
In order to further the Committee’s objectives it is intended but not limited to pursue also the following specific goals:
1) Continue the series of Small Satellite Symposia at the International Astronautical Congress
2) Continue the series of bi-annual Symposia on Small Satellites for Earth Observation in Berlin.
3) Continue the series of Symposia on Low-Cost Planetary Missions.

The Committee is based on the experiences gained from the IAA Study Group “Small Satellite Missions for Earth Observation” and the Program Committee “Small Satellites” within IAA Commission IV. The members of this Permanent Committee are the representatives of the IAA Study Groups and Program Committees as well as the respective Technical Director dealing with small satellite mission activities, and the liaison with other international organizations having similar goals. The Committee is also open for all persons interested in using this platform to exchange ideas and experiences according to the scope of the Committee. The IAA Permanent Committee on Small Satellite Missions will report to the respective IAA Commission dealing with small satellite mission subject.

2/ Activity:

Meeting report

3/ Membership:

Honorary Chair:
Valenzuela Arnoldo

Co-Chairs:
da Silva Curiel Alex
Laufer Rene
Sandau Rainer

Co-Secretaries:
D’Errico Marco
Santoni Fabio

Members:
TBC

IAA Permanent Committee on Scientific-Legal Liaison

1/ Terms of Reference:

The Committee shall foster the communication between the legal and the scientific-technical fields on issues of mutual interest in the realm of astronautics. It shall also ensure a close cooperation between IAA and IISL. The Committee will closely work in particular with IAA Commission V. The Committee will also work with other relevant organisations outside IAA and IISL. The Committee meets at least once during the annual IACs. The Chair, through the Secretary, invites to these meetings. If possible, the Committee can also meet during the spring meetings of IAF/IAA/IISL in Paris. At least one fourth of Active Members present at the meeting will constitute quorum. The Committee will make all efforts to reach its decisions by consensus.
Membership of the Committee should reflect its interdisciplinary character. Membership has to be recruited from IAA and IISL. All four Sections of IAA should be represented. The Committee should limit its active membership to 20 persons.
Outgoing active members can be named Honorary Members and will still have the possibility to attend the meetings of the Committee or keep contacts with it.
Members will be appointed by consensus of the participants to the Committee meetings, subject to the approval by the Presidents of IAA and IISL. The term of Members, as well as the term of officers of the Committee is three years. Re-appointment is possible.
The Committee will organize Scientific-Legal Roundtables at IAC on an annual basis. These Roundtables will be promoted through IAA Commission V and be part of their respective symposia. They will also be coordinated with IISL. The proceedings of the Roundtables will be published in the IISL proceedings.
The Committee will through its Secretary maintain a site in the IAA Webpage.
The Committee may also organize symposia or other meetings in inter-session periods between the IACs. The Committee may cooperate with other committees and Study Groups by participating in the elaboration of joint papers and holding joint meetings. The Committee reports on its activities to IAA through Commission V.

Scientific-Legal Liaison Committee Charter: charter of the Committee

2/ Activity:

Bremen meeting, September 2003
Vancouver meeting, October 2004
Fukuoka meeting, October 2005
Valencia meeting, October 2006
Hyderabad meeting, September 2007
Glasgow meeting, October 2008
Daejeon meeting, October 2009
Prague meeting, September 2010
Cape Town meeting, October 2011
Naples meeting, October 2012
Beijing meeting, September 2013
Toronto meeting, October 2014
Jerusalem meeting, October 2015
Guadalajara meeting, September 2016

25 IAA/IISL Scientific-Legal Roundtables at International Astronautical Congresses (IAC from 1977 to 2010)

25th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable “The New Age of Small Satellite Missions“, Prague, September 2010
26th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable “Space Debris Remediation“, Cape Town, October 2011
27th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable “Optical Communications“, Naples, October 2012
28th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable “Space and the Polar Regions – Issues of satellite applications, policies and regulations“, Beijing, September 2013
29th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable “Controlling the Eyes in the Sky – Preventing Abuse of Space Data“, Toronto, October 2014
30th IAA/IISL Scientific Legal Roundtable ” Universities as Actors in Space

3/ Membership:

Co-Chair: von der Dunk Frans
Co-Chair: Sandau Rainer
Co-Secretary: Haese Marc
Co-Secretary: Rohner-Willsch Nicola

Members:
Bonnal Christophe
Camacho Sergio
Flury Walter
Gudiño Ramírez de Arellano Otto
Hofmann Mahulena
Jankowitsch Peter
Jorgenson Corinne
Klinkrad Heiner
Lala Petr
Mendell Wendell
Molette Pierre
Perek Lubos
Pomerantz William
Rummel John D.
Sato Masahiko
Schmidt-Tedd Bernhard
Smith Lesley Jane
Spude Mathias
Williamson Ray A.

ex officio:
Schrogl Kai-Uwe (IISL President)
Contant Jean-Michel (IAA Secretary General)

IAA Permanent Committee on Space Debris

1/ Terms of Reference:

The IAA Permanent Committee on Space Debris is in charge of the coordination of all activities related to Space Debris within the Academy, covering the complete span of related topics including but not limited to: measurements, modeling, risk assessment in space and on the ground, reentry, hypervelocity impacts and protection, mitigation and standards, legal and policy, Active Debris Removal and Space Surveillance.
As such, its main tasks are:
– Organization of the IAA Symposium on Space Debris A6 for the International Astronautical Congress, mainly identification of the proposed sessions including scope, chairs and rapporteurs, proposals for joint sessions with other symposia, proposals for Keynote Lectures within the A6 Symposium, or Highlight Lectures in the more general IAC frame,
– Organization of any stand-alone conference on Space Debris on behalf the Academy, including nomination of the Program Committee,
– Coordination of the Academy sponsoring, participation and contribution to selected conferences dedicated to Space Debris, such as for instance the ESA Conference on Space Debris in Darmstadt, or the NASA International Orbital Debris Conference in Houston,
– Coordination of the Space Debris contribution in conferences not dedicated to Space Debris, but where some sessions may be devoted to the topic, sponsored by the Academy,
– Identification of potential studies on Space Debris within Commission V or coordinated with any other Academy Commissions, proposals of associated Cosmic Studies and proposals for the corresponding Study Group Memberships,
– Dissemination of information among the members of the Committee, mainly during regular meetings taking place twice a year, before the IAC and during the IAA March meetings in Paris. During these meetings, general information concerning past activities at international level on Space Debris shall be shared among the members, including debriefings from past conferences and major related actions (for instance IADC, COSPAR…). Practical aspects of the preparation of the upcoming Conferences, Symposia, Sessions are also dealt with during these meetings.

2/Activity:

Space Debris Situation report 2016, published in July 2017, 170 pages.

Committee minutes, Washington, USA, October 19, 2019
– List of participants
Joseph P. Loftus Jr. Keynote Lectures series
AMOS 2019 Conference
– Working Group on the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities
KePASSA : an international workshop on Orbit Propagation
– 1st IAA Conference on Space Situational Awareness (ICSSA)
– Ongoing Events Related to S/C Anomalies and Failures
– Status of the evolutions of the ISO standards
– 8th Satellites End of Life and Sustainable Technologies Workshop
IADC 2020 Toulouse
CREAM Status Report
– 5th International Workshop on Space Debris Re-entry
– 11th IAASS Conference
– Updated assessment of the fragmentations of Atlas 5 Centaur upper stages
STS-SSA-SEM
Space Safety Coalition
Mega-Constellations and Astronomy
– Space Debris Situation Report – 2019-2020

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 26, 2019
– List of participants
– Synthesis of the Space Debris Symposium
– Working Group on Space Traffic Management
– Fragmentation of Atlas 5 Centaur upper stage
Stardust Reloaded (Stardust-R)
– ESA-ECSL Space Debris Workshop
– NEO and Debris Detection Conference
– ISO activities for Long-Term Sustainability (LTS) of space activities
– 10th IAASS Conference
– 5th Annual Space Traffic Management Conference
– UN COPUOS Working Group on the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities

Committee minutes, Bremen, Germany, September 29, 2018
– List of participants
– Development of Best Practices for the Sustainability of Space Operations (Global VSAT Forum)
Space Debris Mitigation Activities (KARI)
Major fragmentation of Atlas 5 Centaur upper stage
– 5th European Workshop on Space Debris Modeling and Remediation (CNES)
– Status of the evolutions of the ISO standards
PEDAS event report (COSPAR 2018)
Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies Conference 2018 (AMOS)
– Other Space Debris Related Gatherings
8th Space Debris Workshop (JAXA)
KEPASSA Workshop and KEPASSA « Challenge »
ESA NEO and Debris Detection Conference (ESA-ESOC)
10th International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety Conference (IAASS)
8th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences (EUCASS)
1st International Orbital Conference (IOC)

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 27, 2018
– List of participants
– Synthesis of the Space Debris Symposium
Space Traffic Management Working Group
Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop (SCAF)
– 7th Workshop on Satellites End of Life
– 4th International Workshop on Space Debris Re-entry
– 1st IAA Conference on Space Situational Awareness (ICSSA)
Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies Conference (AMOS)
– 42th COSPAR Scientific Assembly
International Orbital Debris Conference (IOC)
ESA NEO and Debris Detection Conference – Exploiting Synergies
Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities Working Group
Application of New Debris Risk Evolution and Dispersal (DREAD) Tool to Characterize Post-Fragmentation Risk
NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC) study on the micrometeoroid and orbital debris assessment for the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS)
– A Grand Challenge for Active Removal of Space Debris
Second fragmentation of Titan 3C Transtage SSN #3692
– Post‐Mission Disposal for Micro and Smaller Satellites : Concepts and Trade Studies
– IAA Space Debris Situation Report – Review comments
– IAA Space Debris Situation Report – Table of Content

Committee minutes, Adelaide, Australia, September 23, 2017
– List of participants
– Synthesis of the Space Debris Symposium
– 7th European Conference on Space Debris
Space Debris Reentry workshop
Technical Regulation Modification Proposal
– IAA Publication by UNISEC
ESA Space Environment report
– Promoting Partnerships Between Commercial Space and the U.S. Government 1
– Promoting Partnerships Between Commercial Space and the U.S. Government 2
– IAA Situation Report on Space Debris Charts for Academy Day IAC 2017
Open actions on study group 5.14
Table of contents of the IAA Space Debris Situation Report
Tentative table of contents study group 5.17

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 21, 2017
– List of participants
– Synthesis of the Space Debris Symposium
AMOS 2016 Conference
COPUOS Scientific & Technical Subcommittee Activities
– IAA Study Group 5.10 status
– 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly
– 1st International Workshop on Spacecraft Environmental Anomalies and Failures (SEAF)
Sentinel-1A Solar Array Impact
ONERA main space debris facts 2016
Large Constellations End-of-Life Issues and Potential Solutions (D-Orbit)
Space Data Center (SDC 2.0)
Space Debris Situation report 2019

3/ Membership:

Co-Chair: Bonnal Christophe
Co-Chair: Klinkrad Heiner
Co-Chair: Liou Jer-Chyi

Members:
Agapov Vladimir M
Aglietti Guglielmo
Ailor William H
Alby Fernand
Anilkumar A.K.
Anselmo Luciano
Anz-Meador Phillip
Auburn John
Berend Nicolas
Brachet Gerard
Dolado Perez Juan-Carlos
Faucher Pascal
Christiansen Eric L
Crowther Richard
Finkleman David
Fitz-Coy Norman G.
Flohrer Tim
Flury Walter
Francesconi Alessandro
Francillout Laurent
Gong Zizheng
Gorman Alice
Hanada Toshiya
Hyde James
Howard Diane
Jah Moriba K.
Kaliapin Mykhailo
Kelso T. S.
Kerr Emma
Kibe Seishiro
Kitazawa Yukihito
Kim Hae-Dong
Krag Holger
Jankovic Marko
Kawamoto Satomi
Le May Samantha
Lemmens Stijn
Martinot Vincent
Masson-Zwaan Tanja L.
McKnight Darren S.
Metz Manuel
Nassisi Annamaria
Oltrogge Daniel L.
Omaly Pierre
Opromolla Roberto
Pardini Carmen
Piergentili Fabrizio
Plattard Serge
Rossettini Luca L.
Sanchez Ortiz Noelia
Santoni Fabio
Schaefer Frank
Schildknecht Thomas
Shen Lin
Singh Balbir
Smith Lesley-Jane
Somma Gian Luigi
Sorge Marlon E.
Spencer David B.
Stokes Hedley
Seitzer Patrick
Skinner Mark A.
Traineau Jean-Claude
Tung Helen
Usovik Igor
Yasaka Tetsuo
Wiedemann Carsten

4/ Archives:

Committee minutes, Guadalajara, Mexico, September 24, 2016
– List of participants
– Joint Small Satellite/Space Debris session to promote the long-term sustainability of space
– 4th International Workshop on Space Debris Modeling and Remediation
– The Inter-Agency Space Debris Coordination Committee (IADC)
– 6th European Workshop on Satellites End of Life

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 22, 2016
– 6th European Workshop on Satellites End of Life
Space Object Behavioral Sciences
– Why Should We Estimate the Future Costs of Orbital Debris?
Business model for ADR – Preliminary ideas
– Proposed Series of Orbital Debris Remediation Activities
– Risks of Atmospheric re-entries on Aircrafts
– What does a collision leave in its wake?

Committee minutes, Jerusalem, Israel, October 10, 2015
– First International Conjunction Assessment Workshop
ISTS, AMOS Conferences report
Future Large Constellations in LEO and the Space Debris Environment – A Technical Analysis
– Review of Mitigation Rules Compliance in LEO
SSA in Australia – Recent Developments
8th IAASS Conference – Safety First, Safety for All
– COPUOS STSC LTSSA report
– 41th COSPAR Scientific Assembly

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 24, 2015
– Committee attendance list
– Summary of the 2014 IAC A6 – IAA Symposium on Space Debris
– IAA Study Group 5.10 – Chapter outline
– First International Conjunction Assessment Workshop
– Workshop on Laser solutions for Orbital Space Debris

Committee minutes, Toronto, Canada, September 27, 2014
– Committee attendance list, September 27, 2014 meeting
– COSPAR 2014 PEDAS report
3rd European Workshop on Debris Modeling & Remediation Workshop synthesis
Study group 5.10 status update
1st International Conjunction Assessment Workshop, CNES Paris
Astrodynamics Innovation Committee
– COPUOS LTSSA status
Orbital lifetime evaluation in GTO
Survey of the IAA space debris studies

Committee minutes, Paris, France, March 19, 2014
– The Contribution of IAA Orbital Debris Initiatives Over the Last Twenty Years
Status report on Space Debris
– Study group 5.14 proposal form
– Study group 5.14 status report form
– Summary of the End of Life Workshop
Chairs and Rapporteurs for IAC Space Debris Symposia

Committee minutes, Beijing, China, September 21, 2013
– Study group on Reference report on Space Debris
Orbital Debris Removal – Draft outline
– 6th European Conference on Space Debris
– 2012 Space Debris Activities in France
– Space Debris Re-entries and Aviation Safety
Safety Design for Space Operations
– Space Safety Magazine – Issue 8
Attendance list, 21 September 2013 meeting

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