The seventh Deep Space Exploration Symposium – What can be done now for Mars landing

The seventh Deep Space Exploration Symposium – What can be done now for Mars landing

The 9th Deep Space Exploration Symposium will be held at the Kashiwa Library’s Media Hall on Friday, December 8, 2017 at the University of Tokyo. This symposium will be the ninth series of the series held from 2011 on the theme of moon and planet exploration. This time we will discuss’ What is a departure for Mars 2020s’, what is expected, what can be done and what is necessary for Mars exploration which is growing in momentum in the 2020 ‘s. Worldwide, large mars exploration is planned by several space agencies and space companies in the 2020s, and furthermore, in 2015, a new method called small space explorer was developed by the University of Tokyo / JAXA PROCYON, Approach In 2019, a new trend called Small Deep Space Exploration with 13 cube suits (2 from Tokyo is also involved from Japan) is born with 13 cube suits that will join NASA’s new rocket SLS first machine. In this trend, now, we are gathering experts in science / engineering and large / small prospecting for the exploration of Mars and fusing the tip information, and also panel discussion and free discussion on the vision of the Martian exploration vision in the coming 2020s I will. Please refer to PDF for program details.