NASA Headquarters Cost Analysis Division. 2009. ELV Pricing Model, Version 1.0. Developed and maintained for NASA by SAIC. March.

Stahl, Philip H., Ginger Holmes Rowell, Gayle D. Reese, and Alicia Byberg, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. 2005. Multivariable Parametric Cost Model for Ground Optical Telescope Assembly. International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham, Wash. August.

Don Quijote

Gálvez, Andrés, Strategic Studies and Institutional Matters Office, European Space Agency. 2009. ESA’s Studies on NEO Precursor Missions. Presentation to the Mitigation Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, June 24.

Gravity Tractor

Lu, Edward T., and Stanley G. Love. 2005. Gravitational tractor for towing asteroids. Nature 438:177-178.

Schweickart, Russell L. 2007. Technical Critique of NASA’s Report to Congress and of Associated “2006 Near-Earth Object Survey and Deflection Study: Final Report” Published Dec. 28, 2006. May 1.

Schweickart, Russell L. 2009. NEO Deflection. Presentation to the Mitigation Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, March 30-31.

Schweickart, Russell L. 2009. Briefing Paper on NEO Deflection. Prepared for the Mitigation Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies Meeting, March 30.

Yeomans, D.K., S. Bhaskaran, S.B. Broschart, S.R. Chesley, P.W. Chodas, M.A. Jones, and T.H. Sweetser. 2008. Near-Earth Object (NEO) Analysis of Transponder Tracking and Gravity Tractor Performance. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif. September 1.

Infrared Telescope

Mainzer, Amy, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. 2009. Space-Based Infrared NEO Observation Platforms. Presentation to the Survey/Detection Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, January 29.

Reitsema, Harold, Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation. 2009. The NEO Survey Concept. Presentation to the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, April 20.

Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

Chesley, Steve, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. 2008. NEO Surveying with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope. Presentation to the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, December 10.

Heasley, J., R. Jedicke, and N. Kaiser, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii. 2009. Program Concept for Detecting Hazardous Near-Earth Objects—The Large Array Synoptic Survey Telescope. Prepared for the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, March 20.

Ivezič, Z., University of Washington, et al., for the LSST Collaboration. 2008. LSST: From Science Drivers to Reference Design and Anticipated Products, Version 1.0. May 15. Available at http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/0805.2366v1.

Ivezič, Z., J.A. Tyson, R. Allsman, J. Andrew, R. Angel, T. Axelrod, J.D. Barr, et al. for the LSST Collaboration. 2009. LSST’s NEO Survey Capabilities. Presentation to the Survey/Detection Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, January 28.

Nuclear Deflector

Adams, Robert B., NASA. 2009. Continuing Efforts at NASA MSFC Regarding Near Earth Objects. Presentation to the Mitigation Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, March 30.

Adams, R., J.W. Campbell, R.C. Hopkins, W.S. Smith, W. Arnold, J. Sverdrup, M. Baysinger, et al. 2007. Near Earth Object (NEO) Mitigation Options Using Exploration Technologies. Presented at the Planetary Defense Conference, March 5-8, Washington, D.C.. Available at http://www.nss.org/resources/library/planetarydefense/.

Hanrahan, Robert, National Nuclear Security Administration. 2009. Nuclear Explosives for NEO Deflection. Presentation to the Mitigation Panel of the Committee to Review Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, March 30.



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