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Briefings to the Committee

JUNE 1, 2004

Congressional Perspectives on Servicing Options, NRC Study

David Goldston, House Science Committee Majority Chief of Staff

NASA’s Expectations for NRC Study and Code S’s Readiness for Servicing Options

Edward Weiler, NASA Associate Administrator, Space Science

NASA’s Readiness for Return to Flight, Status of ISS, and Human Servicing Considerations

William F. Readdy, NASA Associate Administrator, Space Flight

Findings and Recommendations of the CAIB

Harold W. Gehman, Jr., U.S. Navy (Ret.) and Chair, CAIB

Report on ‘Second Interim Report’ (May 19, 2004) by Return to Flight Task Group

Forrest McCartney, U.S. Air Force (Ret.) and RtF Task Group Member

Findings and Recommendations of the HST-JWST Transition Team

John N. Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study and HST-JWST Transition Team Chair

JUNE 2, 2004

Status of Hubble Spacecraft

Edward Ruitberg, HST Deputy Program Manager, GSFC

Keith Kalinowski, HST Systems Manager, GSFC

Hubble Ground Operations and Science Impact

Rodger Doxsey, Space Telescope Science Institute



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Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope: Final Report B Briefings to the Committee JUNE 1, 2004 Congressional Perspectives on Servicing Options, NRC Study David Goldston, House Science Committee Majority Chief of Staff NASA’s Expectations for NRC Study and Code S’s Readiness for Servicing Options Edward Weiler, NASA Associate Administrator, Space Science NASA’s Readiness for Return to Flight, Status of ISS, and Human Servicing Considerations William F. Readdy, NASA Associate Administrator, Space Flight Findings and Recommendations of the CAIB Harold W. Gehman, Jr., U.S. Navy (Ret.) and Chair, CAIB Report on ‘Second Interim Report’ (May 19, 2004) by Return to Flight Task Group Forrest McCartney, U.S. Air Force (Ret.) and RtF Task Group Member Findings and Recommendations of the HST-JWST Transition Team John N. Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study and HST-JWST Transition Team Chair JUNE 2, 2004 Status of Hubble Spacecraft Edward Ruitberg, HST Deputy Program Manager, GSFC Keith Kalinowski, HST Systems Manager, GSFC Hubble Ground Operations and Science Impact Rodger Doxsey, Space Telescope Science Institute

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Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope: Final Report Shuttle and Mission Operations: Requirements for Human Servicing Mission Randall Adams, Deputy Manager of Flight Operations and Integration, JSC Wayne Hale, Deputy Manager of Shuttle Program, JSC Robotic Servicing Options Frank Cepollina, Deputy Associate Director, HST Development Project, GSFC Michael L. Weiss, HST Deputy Program Manager/Technical, GSFC JUNE 22, 2004 HST in the Larger Scientific Context John Huchra, Senior Astronomer and Professor, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Ground-Based Telescope Capabilities Claire Max, Associate Director, Center for Adaptive Optics Future Science Expected from HST Steven Beckwith, Director, Space Telescope Science Institute HQ Perspective on Servicing Options Sean O’Keefe, NASA Administrator Cost and Budget Projections for JWST and HST Richard Howard, Associate Director for Astronomy and Physics, NASA Headquarters Continuation of Discussion of HST Health and Status Keith Kalinowski, HST Systems Manager, GSFC JUNE 23, 2004 State-of-the-Art in Rendezvous, Formation Flying, and Capture Darryl Sargent, Director of Space Systems, Draper Laboratory Code Q Risk Assessment Bryan O’Connor, NASA Associate Administrator, Office of Safety and Mission Assurance Shuttle Program Risk Analysis, Baseline Requirements Robert Lightfoot, Assistant Associate Administrator, Space Shuttle Program Results of the Robotics RFI Michael L. Weiss, HST Deputy Program Manager/Technical, GSFC Video of Mission Scenario Jill M. Holz, GSFC James E. Corbo, GSFC

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Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope: Final Report Cost and Budget Estimates Richard King Technical Approach for Automated Rendezvous and Capture Richard Burns, GSFC Robot/Grapple Arm: Technical and Schedule Risk John Lymer, MD Robotics, Brampton, Ontario HST Robotic Servicing Risks and Risk Mitigation Plans James Corbo and Mark Turczyn, GSFC Flight Software Barbara Scott, Hubble Space Telescope Program, GSFC JULY 12, 2004 Robotic Servicing: Budget Plans, Applications to Exploration Craig Steidle, NASA Associate Administrator, Exploration Systems Steven J. Isakowitz, NASA Comptroller Alternatives to Servicing HST (Aerospace Corporation Study) Michael Moore, HST Program Executive, NASA Headquarters JULY 13, 2004 HST Lifetimes: Fine Guidance Sensors, Reaction Wheels Keith Kalinowski, HST Systems Manager, GSFC Update on HST Batteries Keith Kalinowski, HST Systems Manager, GSFC Steven Gentz, NESC HST Battery Panel Chair Orbital Express James Shoemaker, DARPA Program Manager, Orbital Express AUGUST 23, 2004 Status of NASA’s Robotic Servicing Evaluation Al V. Diaz, Associate Administrator, Science Mission Directorate AUGUST 24, 2004 Perspectives on Hubble Servicing Bruce McCandless II, U.S. Navy (Ret.) and NASA Astronaut (former)

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Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope: Final Report Hubble Servicing Options Report Briefing Aerospace Corporation representatives NASA Origins Probe Studies Jennifer Wiseman, Hubble Program Scientist, NASA Headquarters