• Galileo

    The Galileo mission consisted of two spacecraft: an orbiter and a probe. The probe was the first to enter the atmosphere of one of the outer planets.
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  • Heat Shield

    When the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) spacecraft carrying the Curiosity rover hurtles through the Martian atmosphere, it will be protected from the hottest temperatures and heating ever experienced by a Mars mission payload and by the largest heat shield – 4.5
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  • Cassini

    Flybys are a major element in Cassini's orbital tour of the Saturn System. The spacecraft's looping, elliptical path around Saturn allows for these occasional visits to the Ringed Planet's many moons.
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Short Course

In addition to the five-day workshop, a two-day short course will be held on the weekend preceding the workshop, Saturday 15 - Sunday 16 June 2013. The topic for the Short Course is Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems.


The program for the short course is available here.

Coordinator and Enquiries

For all enquiries about the Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems Short Course, please contact the coordinator, Aaron Morris: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .