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General Background and Introduction of Capability,Agency Objective. Strategic Planning Transformation,Advanced Planning Organizational Roles. Public Involvement in Strategic Planning,Strategic Roadmaps and Schedule. Capability Roadmaps and Schedule,Purpose of NRC Review. Capability Roadmap Development Progress to,Agency Goals and Objectives.
National Goal Advance U S scientific security and economic interests through a robust space exploration. National Implement a sustained and affordable human Extend human presence across the solar system starting with a human return. Objectives and robotic program to explore the solar to the Moon by the year 2020 in preparation for human exploration of Mars and. system and beyond other destinations, Undertake robotic and human lunar Return the Space Shuttle to flight and focus its use on completion of the ISS. exploration to further science and to develop complete assembly of the ISS and retire the Space Shuttle as soon as. and test new approaches technologies and assembly of the ISS is completed planned for the end of this decade Conduct. systems to enable and support sustained ISS activities consistent with U S obligations to ISS partners SRM 6 7. human and robotic exploration of Mars and,more distant destinations First robotic. mission no later than 2008 SRM 1, Conduct robotic exploration of Mars to search Develop a new crew exploration vehicle to provide crew transportation for. for evidence of life to understand the history missions beyond low Earth orbit First test flight to be by the end of this. of the solar system and to prepare for future decade with operational capability for human exploration NLT 2014 SRM 5. human exploration SRM 2, Conduct robotic exploration across the solar Focus research and use of the ISS on supporting space exploration goals with. system for scientific purposes and to support emphasis on understanding how the space environment affects human health. NASA Objectives human exploration In particular explore and capabilities and developing countermeasures SRM 6. Jupiter s moons asteroids and other bodies to,search for evidence of life to understand the.
history of the solar system and to search for,resources SRM 3. Conduct advanced telescope searches for Conduct the first extended human expedition to the lunar surface as early as. Earth like planets and habitable environments 2015 but no later than the year 2020 SRM 1. around other stars SRM 4, Explore the universe to understand its origin Conduct human expeditions to Mars after acquiring adequate knowledge. structure evolution and destiny SRM 8 about the planet using robotic missions and after successfully demonstrating. sustained human exploration missions to the Moon SRM 2. Agency Goals and Objectives, National Goal Advance U S scientific security and economic interests through a robust space exploration. National Develop innovative Promote international and commercial Study the Earth system from space. Objectives technologies knowledge and participation in exploration to further and develop new space based and. infrastructures both to explore U S scientific security and economic related capabilities for this purpose. and to support decisions about interests,the destinations for human. exploration, Develop and demonstrate Pursue opportunities for international Conduct a program of research and.
power generation propulsion participation to support U S space technology development to advance. life support and other key exploration goals All SRMs Earth observation from space. capabilities required to support improve scientific understanding and. more distant more capable demonstrate new technologies with. and or longer duration human the potential to improve future. and robotic exploration of Mars operational systems SRM 9. and other destinations SRM,13 and Capability Roadmaps. Provide advanced aeronautical Pursue commercial opportunities for Explore the Sun Earth system to. technologies to meet the providing transportation and other understand the Sun and its effects on. challenges of next generation services supporting International Earth the solar system and the space. NASA systems in aviation for civilian Space Station and exploration environmental conditions that will be. Objectives and scientific purposes in our missions beyond Earth orbit Separate experienced by human explorers and. atmosphere and in the to the maximum extent practical crew demonstrate technologies that can. atmospheres of other worlds from cargo SRM 5 6 7 improve future operational Earth. SRM 11 observation systems SRM 10, Use NASA missions and other Use U S commercial space. activities to inspire and capabilities and services to fulfill. motivate the nation s students NASA requirements to the maximum. and teachers to engage and extent practical and continue to. educate the public and to involve or increase the involvement. advance the scientific and of the U S private sector in design. technological capabilities of the and development of space systems. nation SRM 12 SRM 5 6 7,Strategic Planning Transformation. Strategic Planning Transformation,Advanced Planning Organizational Roles. NASA Strategic Planning Council Chair NASA Administrator. Agency level strategic decisions NASA Strategic Plan. NASA Operations Council Chair NASA Deputy Administrator. Implementation of strategies through integrated Agency tactical. operational activities,Director for Advanced Planning Mary Kicza.
Develops input options assessments for Strategic Planning Council. Associate Deputy Administrator for Systems Integration Mary Kicza. Tracks assesses integrated schedules progress towards goals Agency. needs strategic investments, Advanced Planning Integration Office Dir APIO Bernie Seery. Provides staff to the Director for Advanced Planning and the Associate. Deputy Administrator for Systems Integration, Mission Directorates Craig Steidle Al Diaz Victor Lebacqz William. Technical knowledge expertise to implement overall Agency architecture s. Public Involvement in,Strategic Planning,NASA wants. A broad community perspective when doing its strategic. Best strategies and most creative and innovative ideas from. across the nation to implement the Vision,To provide opportunities for community input. RFI for Capability and Strategic Roadmap Input, Public workshop held in Washington DC on November 30th for.
Capability Roadmaps 509 people attended 514 white papers. White Papers submitted for Strategic Roadmaps,Roadmap team members drawn from NASA other. Government Agencies Academia and Industry,Review by the National Research Council NRC. Presentations to professional societies workshops and. conferences,Strategic Roadmaps,Strategic Roadmap, One of thirteen elements of the NASA Strategy that. will explore options and establish pathways for,implementing the Vision for Exploration. Roadmaps will include,Broad human and robotic science and exploration.
goals priorities anticipated discoveries,High level milestones options and decision. Implementation approaches suggested,Strategic Roadmaps continued. Roadmap Chairs HQ Directorate Center External chair. Robotic and Human Lunar Adm Ret Craig Steidle HQ ESMD Gen Ret Tom Stafford. Exploration and William Readdy HQ SOMD,Directorate Center External. Gen Ret Jefferson Howell JSC,Robotic and Human Al Diaz HQ SMD Tom Young. Exploration of Mars Roadmap Lockheed Martin Ret,Dr Charles Elachi JPL.
Orlando Figueroa HQ SMD Dr Jonathan Lunine,Solar System Exploration. Uni of Arizona,Scott Hubbard ARC,Dr Ghassem Asrar HQ SMD Dr Adam Burrows. Search for Earth Like Planets,Uni of Arizona,Dr Charles Beichman JPL. Exploration Transportation Adm Ret Craig Steidle HQ ESMD Gen Ret Charles Bolden. Jim Kennedy KSC,Mark Uhran HQ SOMD Adm Ret Tom Betterton. International Space Station,Bob Cabana JSC,Deferred Deferred.
Space Shuttle, Directorate and APIO Coordinators Also with Each Team DoD Participation. Strategic Roadmaps continued, Roadmap Chairs HQ Directorate Center External Chair. Universe Exploration Dr Anne Kinney HQ SMD Dr Kathy Flanagan MIT. Dr Nick White GSFC, Earth Science and Orlando Figueroa HQ SMD Dr Charles Kennel. Applications from Space Dr Diane Evans JPL UCSD Scripps. Sun Solar System Al Diaz HQ SMD Dr Timothy Killeen. Connection Dr Franco Einaudi GSFC NCAR, Aeronautical Technologies Terry Hertz HQ ARMD James Jamieson Boeing. None Center,Education Dr Adena Loston Dr France Cordova.
HQ Office of Education Uni of Cal Riverside,Dr Julian Earls GRC. Nuclear Systems Adm Ret Craig Steidle HQ ESMD Dr John Ahearne. Chris Scolese GSFC Duke Uni,Strategic Roadmaps Schedule. Milestone Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug. SPC approval of,development plan,Co chair Candidates. Approved by SPC,Co chairs Signed Up,Complete Team,Formation Begin Work. Interim Roadmap Products,Teams Mid term Status,Roadmaps Submitted for.
NRC Review,NRC Reviews Received,Roadmaps Complete,Schedule Under Review. Capability Roadmaps, Capability is defined as a set of systems or system. of systems with associated technologies,knowledge that enable NASA to perform a function. e g scientific measurements required to,accomplish the NASA mission. Capability Roadmap is a description of the, developments including alternate paths and options.
required to achieve the capability,Capability Charter. NASA in response to the Presidential Commission recommendations. will prepare roadmaps and related implementation plans that define. national capabilities needed to meet the Agency s strategic roadmaps. The roadmap titles are based on the Presidential Commission s. recommendation of seventeen technologies updated by the NASA. Strategic Council, The capability roadmap development process will be accomplished in. two phases, Phase 1 will be the development of capability roadmaps and associated. technical products, During this phase technical experts both internal and external to NASA will provide. the technical knowledge and expertise in the development of roadmaps which. identify the capabilities that are needed to meet the missions of the Agency The. capability roadmap team will identify and analyze each of the associated. technologies and assess the capability performance afforded by the current state of. the art the performance level needed by the strategic mission and trace the. development required, Phase 2 will be the development of Investment Plans.
During this phase a NASA team will develop investment plans for the capability. roadmaps This team will be working to determine the critical capabilities that are. identified on the roadmaps and to develop an investment plan for each individual. roadmap area to include schedules and yearly budgets The activity of the. Investment Plan Teams consists of using the perspectives and values described by. the Capability Roadmaps and selecting and then formulating an optimized. development plan suitable for consideration by the Agency in its budget. submissions,Method and Timing of Integrating Capability. Roadmaps with Strategic Roadmaps, Strategic roadmaps are being developed in parallel with the. Capability roadmaps, Assumptions were made to begin the Capability roadmap. development,Created a missions assumptions framework. Provided a set of design reference missions, The Capability roadmaps being presented today are based on.
mission assumptions which will be updated by the agency. strategic roadmap effort, This dialogue review is therefore a work in progress. Another NRC review in the June timeframe will include the. integrated strategic and capability roadmap product. atmospheres of other worlds SRM 11 Pursue opportunities for international participation to support U S space exploration goals All SRMs Develop and demonstrate power generation propulsion life support and other key capabilities required to support more distant more capable and or longer duration human and robotic exploration of Mars

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