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U.S.-EUROPEAN-JAPANESE WORKSHOP ON SPACE COOPERATION: SUMMARY REPORT Appendix B Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Wednesday, May 19, 1999 Morning—Welcome and Openings (E. Skolnikoff, Chair) 10:00 Opening address—A. Nishida 10:10 Welcome address—S. Ikeuchi (a JSC member) 10:30 Workshop objectives (or expected outcome)—E. Skolnikoff 10:45 Project selection and implementation procedures in Japan—A. Nishida 11:15 ASCA perspective—K. Makishima, J. Hughes, M. Turner 12:30 Break Afternoon—Overviews and Mission Surveys (A. Nishida, Chair) 14:00 Introduction to SSB—E. Skolnikoff 14:15 Introduction to ESSC—L. Culhane 14:30 Review of U.S.-European collaboration study—E. Skolnikoff, L. Culhane, J.C. Worms 15:00 Break 15:15 Geotail perspective—A. Nishida, R. Anderson 16:30 Yohkoh perspective—T. Kosugi, H. Hudson, L. Culhane 17:45 Adjourn Thursday, May 20, 1999 Morning—Lessons Learned and Ongoing Missions (L. Culhane, Chair) 10:00 Lessons learned, Discussion I 11:15 Break 11:30 Practices on ongoing and upcoming collaborative missions, Part I HALCA—H. Hirabayashi Nozomi—K. Tsuruda LUNAR-A—H. Mizutani SELENE—K. Tsuruda SOLAR-B—T. Kosugi 12:30 Break Afternoon—Visit to ISAS (Sagamihara) 14:00 Departure for ISAS 18:00 Reception at ISAS
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U.S.-EUROPEAN-JAPANESE WORKSHOP ON SPACE COOPERATION: SUMMARY REPORT Friday, May 21, 1999 Morning—Discussion of Practices on Ongoing and Upcoming Collaborative Missions (E.Skolnikoff, Chair) 10:00 Legal issues—I. Nakatani 10:30 Practices on ongoing and upcoming collaborative missions, Part II ASTRO-E—K. Mitsuda MUSES-C—T. Yamamoto ASTRO-F—H. Murakami 11:30 Lessons learned, Discussion II 12:30 Break Afternoon—Future Themes, Issues, and Workshop Results (to be co-chaired) 14:00 General discussion Strategic planning on an international scale Future themes and issues Follow-on activities Workshop summary 16:00 Adjourn LIST OF PARTICIPANTS U.S. Space Studies Board, Committee on International Space Programs R.R. Anderson University of Iowa (invited speaker) F. Baganel University of Colorado Bill Green U.S. House of Representatives (former member) H.S. Hudson UCSD/SPRC (invited speaker) J. Hughes Rutgers University N.P. Neureiter Texas Instruments (retired) E.B. Skolnikoff Massachusetts Institute of Technology P. Whitney Space Studies Board European Space Science Committee J.L. Culhane Mullard Space Science Laboratory (University College London) P. Masson Laboratoire de Geologie Dynamique de la Terre et des Planetes / Universit é de Paris Sud M. Turner University of Leicester J.C. Worms European Space Science Committee JSC Space Research Committee and Related Committees H. Hirabayashi Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) R. Ikeuchi Nagoya University M. Kato ISAS T. Kosugi ISAS K. Makishima University of Tokyo
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U.S.-EUROPEAN-JAPANESE WORKSHOP ON SPACE COOPERATION: SUMMARY REPORT A. Morioka Tohoku University H. Murakami ISAS F. Nagase ISAS A. Nishida ISAS E. Sagawa Communications Research Laboratory N. Sato Japan Meteorological Agency T. Tsuda Kyoto University K. Tsuruda ISAS S. Watanabe Fujita Health College K. Yamashita Nagoya University T. Yamamoto Nagoya University H. Matsumoto Kyoto University (SCOSTEP Special Committee) K. Mitsuda ISAS (on behalf of H. Inoue, Astronomy Committee) T. Mukai ISAS (SCOSTEP Special Committee) I. Nakatani ISAS, Director of the Office of External Relations Observers G. Kirkham NASA Japan representative A. Saegusa Nature Tokyo correspondent T. Takuma U.S./Japan Foundation (invited)
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