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The Mars Society - Logo The Mars Society THE MARS SOCIETY http://MarsSanDiego.org Slide 2 The Best Look From Earth Hubble Space Telescope Mars Opposition - 27 August 2003 Slide 3 The Best Look From Mars Orbit A Closer Look at Mars Mars Global Surveyor In Mars Orbit - 2003 Slide 4 Creating a Second home for Human Civilization Mars - Creating a Second Home for Human Civilization Slide 5 Proposals for Sending Humans to Mars PROPOSALS FOR SENDING HUMANS TO MARS S. P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia NASA Mars Reference Design Mission (Mars Semi-Direct) European Space Agency (ESA) China National Space Administration (CNSA) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) The Mars Society Mars Direct S. P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia NASA Mars Reference Design Mission (Mars Semi-Direct) European Space Agency (ESA) China National Space Administration (CNSA) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) The Mars Society Mars Direct Slide 6 Space Exploration Initiative The Space Exploration Initiative 1989 Slide 7 the 90 Day Report 2 NASAS 90-Day Report Massive Spacecraft - 1000 Metric Tons - Over 300 feet Long - Carries All Fuel and Supplies for Return Assembled in Orbit at ISS Lunar Base and O 2 Production Facility Large Nuclear Rockets for TMI Venus Flyby for Gravity Assist 30-60 Days at Mars - 30 Days on Surface - Flags & Footprints Mission 600 Day Round Trip $450 BILLION FOR ONE TRIP Massive Spacecraft - 1000 Metric Tons - Over 300 feet Long - Carries All Fuel and Supplies for Return Assembled in Orbit at ISS Lunar Base and O 2 Production Facility Large Nuclear Rockets for TMI Venus Flyby for Gravity Assist 30-60 Days at Mars - 30 Days on Surface - Flags & Footprints Mission 600 Day Round Trip $450 BILLION FOR ONE TRIP Slide 8 Lewis & Clark The Lewis & Clark Expedition 1803-1806 Slide 9 Lewis & Clark- T he Next Generation The Lewis & Clark Expedition The Next Generation Slide 10 Mars Direct - Zubrin & Case for Mars Dr. Robert Zubrin and The Case for Mars Slide 11 Mars Direct - Concept: Living off the Land Mars Direct Concept Living off the Land Slide 12 Mars Direct - Every 2 Years Concept Mars Direct A Launch Window Every 26 Months Slide 13 Mars Direct - launching Mars Direct Possible Launch Vehicle Configurations Slide 14 Mars Direct - Hab & ERV Configurations & Gravity Mars Direct The Hardware Slide 15 Mars Direct - ERV Landing w/chutes & rockets ERV Landing on Mars Slide 16 Mars Direct - ISPP on Mars ERV On-Site Propellant Production Slide 17 Mars Direct - Zubrin & ISP Gear Dr. Zubrin and the Sabatier Reactor Testbed Slide 18 Mars Direct - ISP Production On-Site (In-Sutu) Propellant Production (ISPP) The Sabatier Reaction (19 th Century Technology) Slide 19 Mars Direct - Aerobraking Mars Direct Crewed Habitat Approaching Mars After jettisoning the TMI booster stage, the piloted Habitat orients itself for atmospheric aerobraking. The Habitat uses the Martian atmosphere to shed its velocity prior to landing, using no fuel other than to steer. Slide 20 Mars Direct - Hab Landing Mars Direct Humans Land on the Red Planet Slide 21 Mars Direct - Setting up the first base Mission to Mars 2000 by Touchstone Pictures Mars Direct Habitat and Greenhouse Slide 22 Mars Direct - A working base Mars Direct A Working Base Slide 23 Mars Direct - twin hab scenarios Mars Direct Two Hab Scenario Slide 24 Mars Direct - rover & ERV launch Mars Direct The Return to Earth Slide 25 Mars Direct affordability & cost Mars Direct An Affordable Cost NASA: Development & 1st Mission B$39.4, each follow-on mission an additional B$7. ESA: Development & 1st Mission B$26.6, each follow-on mission an additional B$5.2. NASA Manned Spaceflight Budget 2005: B$7.75/year Slide 26 The Mars Society An International Organization Slide 27 Space Exploration Alliance Aerospace Industries Association Aerospace States Association American Astronautical Society American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics California Space Authority Florida Space Authority The Mars Society National Coalition of Spaceport States National Space Society The Planetary Society ProSpace Space Access Society Space Frontier Foundation Federation of Galaxy Explorers Global Space Travelers Moon Society NASA Alumni League ShareSpace Foundation Space Generation Foundation Space Studies Institute X PRIZE Foundation Slide 28 FMARS 2001 M.A.R.S.: Mars Analog Research Stations Slide 29 FMARS 2002 M.A.R.S.: Mars Analog Research Stations - Arctic Slide 30 MDRS Complex M.A.R.S.: Mars Analog Research Stations - Desert Slide 31 San Diego Members to MDRS San Diego Goes to Mars! Shannon Rupert-Robles Biologist MDRS Crews 4/14/21 Gerry Williams Filmmaker MDRS Crew 2 Jonathan Butler Biologist MDRS Crew 14 Dave Rankin Lawyer MDRS Maintenance Crew John Stone Electrical Engineer MDRS Maintenance Crew Slide 32 SD Mission Support San Diego Provides MDRS & FMARS Mission Support Services Nina Jimenez of KGTV-10 Interviews the Crew of San Diego Mission Support the Day After the Space Shuttle Columbia Tragedy Slide 33 EuroHab 2003 M.A.R.S.: Mars Analog Research Stations - EuroHab On Display at the Adler Planetarium, Chicago Summer 2003 Slide 34 MarsOz 2004 M.A.R.S.: Mars Analog Research Stations - Mars-Oz 2004 Slide 35 Congratulations to SpaceShipOne! Congratulations to SpaceShipOne First Private Spacecraft! Monday, June 21, 2004 Congratulations to SpaceShipOne First Private Spacecraft! Monday, June 21, 2004 Slide 36 X-Prize Cup The X-Prize Cup 26 Different Private Spacecraft Slide 37 Commercialization of Space Privitization and Commercialization of Spaceflight Slide 38 Bert Rutan quote to fulfill peoples dreams We want our children to go to the planets. We are willing to seek breakthroughs by taking risks. And if the business-as-usual space developers continue their decades-long pace, they will be gazing from the slow lane as we speed into the new space age. This time, not for prestige but this time, to fulfill people's dreams. Burt Rutan June 20, 2004 We want our children to go to the planets. We are willing to seek breakthroughs by taking risks. And if the business-as-usual space developers continue their decades-long pace, they will be gazing from the slow lane as we speed into the new space age. This time, not for prestige but this time, to fulfill people's dreams. Burt Rutan June 20, 2004 Slide 39 Zubrins other books Books by Robert Zubrin Slide 40 The New New World is Within Reach Slide 41 a presentation of The Mars Society San Diego http://MarsSanDiego.org a presentation of The Mars Society San Diego http://MarsSanDiego.org Slide 42