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APPENDIX C Study Chronology (Meetings, Briefings, and Site Visits) MEETING, AP1lII 21-22,1987, WASHINGTON, D.C., NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES April 21, 1987 Overview of the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) for the SDIO power program Review of the SP-100 Ground Engineering System (GES) space reactor program R. Joseph Sovie NASA Lewis Research Center Major Joseph A. ShoTtis U.S. Department of Energy Overview of the multimegawatt Stephen J. Lanes space nuclear power program U.S. Department of Energy Classified presentations: Philosophy of the SDIO space-based power program; relevance of this study Overview of the SD! system architecture Overview of the SDI power program 115 Richard Verga and Robert Wiley SDIO Power Program Office Edward T. Gerry W. J. Schafer Associates, Inc. Richard Verga and Robert Wiley SDIO Power Program Office

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116 Aft;er-dinner [ark: Possible civilian space-based power applications Raymond S. ColIaday NASA Headquarters April 22,1987: Committee Executive Session M1:ETING, JUNE 25-26, 1987, NASA LEWIS 1lESE:ARCH CENTER, CLEVELAND, OHIO Jnne 25, 1987 NASA space power needs and programs SD! space power architecture studies SDI nonnuclear baseload and multimegawatt power program SDI power conditioning and pulse power program Space plasma experiments aboard rockets (SPEAR) USAF/SDI thermionics technology program Space power environmental effects After-dinner talk: Powering the space station APPENDIX C R. Joseph Sovie NASA Lewis Research Center R. Joseph Sovie NASA Lewis Research Center William Borger Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratory Phillip N. Mace W. J. Schafer Associates, Inc. Herbert Cohen W. J. Schafer Associates, Inc. Elliot Kennel Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratory Carolyn K. Purvis Committee on Advanced Space Based High Power Technologies Larry H. Gordon NASA Lewis Research Center

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APPENDIX C Classified presentation: Soviet space nuclear power program 117 Anne 26,1987: Executive Session Lt. Ran(ly Wharton USAF/Wright Patterson MEETING, JULY 2~21, 1987, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO July 20, 1987: Sandia National Laboratories Issues in nuclear fuel technology K. Lee Peddicord for space power under Committee on Advanced Space transient conditions Based High Power Technologies Louis O. Cropp Sandia National Laboratories Status of multimegawatt power sources and power conditioning subsystems NPB integrated experiment Quentin Quinn power subsystem integration McDonnell Douglas The DOE thermionic fuel ele- ment (TFE) verification program Classified presentations: Richard DahIberg General Atomics Power system aspects of the Carmelo Spirio neutral-particle beam (NPB) Los Alamos National Laboratory An Air Force perspective on space power Soviet space-based power development After-dinner talk: High-temperature super- conductors: Why all the excitement? Capt. Arthur F. Huber AFSTC/XI, (PLANS) KirtIand Air Force Base New Mexico Phi} Berman Defense Intelligence Agency Frederic A. Morse I,os Alamos National Laboratory

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118 Tour of PBFA IT Tour of Sandia Pulsed Reactor IlI s APPENDIX C July 21,1987 (army: Sandia National Laboratories Guide: T. H. Martin Sandia National Laboratories Guide: K. R. Prestwich Sandia National Laboratories July 21, 1987 (pimp: Executive Session at Offices of Science Applications International Corporation MEETING, AUGUST 25-26,1987, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON August 25,1987/Boeing Aerospace Co - any Overview of the free-electron Don R. Shoffstall laser (FEL) Boeing Aerospace Co. Tour of the FEI:, laboratory Guide: Don R. Shoffstall Boeing Aerospace Co. Walter S. Gregorwich Lockheed Missiles & Space Co. Larry I. Amstutz Beivoir Research, Development, and Engineering Center Beaming power from earth to space with microwaves U.S. Army activities relevant to space-based power The SP-100 project's approach to developing a long-lived SP-100 power system Jack F. Mondt Jet Propulsion Laboratory August 26,1987: Executive session at Battelle Seattle Conference Center

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APPENDIX C 119 MEETING, OCTOBER 19-20,1987, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCI:E:NCES, WASHINGTON, D.C. October 19, 1987 Update on SDIO power program Richard Verga and David Buden SDIO Power Program Office Presentation on beaming of power to space platforms using microwaves William C. Brown Microwave Power Transmission Systems and Martin I. Hoffert New York University October 20, 1987 Status of Congressional activities John V. Dugan and relevant to space power Nelson L. Milder Subcommittee on Energy R&D House Co~runittee on Science, Space, and Technology MEETING, NOVEMBER 17-18, 1987, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES WASHINGTON, D.C. November 17, 1987 Some innovative concepts for Osman K. Mawardi space power generation and Case Western Reserve University storage Study panel on small nuclear Ear! J. Wah~quist space reactor power systems U.S. Department of Energy November 18,1987: Executive Session

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120 Report on Albuquerque meeting on space nuclear power Update on the SDIO power program APPENDIX C MEETING, JANUARY 21-22,1988, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WASHINGTON, D.C. January 21, 1988 January 22, 1988 Gerald L. KuIcinski and K. Lee Peddicord Committee on Advanced Space Based High Power Technologies Richard Verga SDIO Power Program Office