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India expects to conduct the first launch of OneWeb satellites in eight months during the second half of October, Indian space agency ISRO said Oct. 5. The post India on track for OneWeb launch in second half of October appeared first on SpaceNews.
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York Space won a $200 million contract for the Space Development Agency's Tranche 1 Demonstration and Experimentation System (T1DES) program The post York Space wins $200 million Space Development Agency contract for 12 satellites appeared first on SpaceNews.
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After a successful launch of a Crew Dragon spacecraft whose crew included a Russian cosmonaut, a Roscosmos official struck a more conciliatory tone about relations with NASA. The post Roscosmos official supports continued cooperation with NASA on ISS appeared first on SpaceNews.
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The expansion of Chinese ground stations in South America is generating concern regarding Beijing’s intentions in the region and in space, according to a new report. The post Report highlights U.S. concerns over China’s space infrastructure in South America appeared first on SpaceNews.
Wed, 05 Oct 2022 23:45:13 +0000
NOAA is preparing to launch the Joint Polar Satellite System-2 on Nov. 1 from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. The post Next NOAA weather satellite launching just in time appeared first on SpaceNews.
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Wed, 05 Oct 2022 21:01:24 +0000
Plans to use a part of Ku-band for 5G networks in the United States could disrupt Starlink broadband services even more than SpaceX previously estimated, the company said Oct. 4 as it released interference analysis from a third party. The post SpaceX says 5G plan could disrupt Starlink more than previously thought appeared first on SpaceNews.
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A SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft with four people on board is on its way to the International Space Station after a successful launch Oct. 5. The post SpaceX launches Crew-5 mission to the space station appeared first on SpaceNews.
Wed, 05 Oct 2022 13:21:47 +0000
The United Kingdom and South Korea have pledged not to conduct direct-ascent anti-satellite (ASAT) missile testing, throwing their weight behind the U.S.-driven initiative launched in April to promote peaceful and safe use of outer space.  The post UK, South Korea join ASAT test ban, raising like-minded countries to seven appeared first on SpaceNews.
Wed, 05 Oct 2022 12:40:11 +0000
United Launch Alliance launched a pair of satellites for SES Oct. 4 that are vital to the operator’s bid to claim nearly $4 billion in C-band clearing proceeds. The post SES closer to $4 billion payout after ULA launch to near-geostationary orbit appeared first on SpaceNews.
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Tue, 04 Oct 2022 21:49:45 +0000
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Tue, 04 Oct 2022 21:16:26 +0000
The Space Development Agency announced Oct. 4 it awarded Ball Aerospace a $176 million contract to build, operate and secure launch services for 10 experimental satellites.  The post Ball Aerospace wins $176 million contract to build and operate 10 satellites for Space Development Agency appeared first on SpaceNews.
Tue, 04 Oct 2022 20:26:26 +0000
AE Industrial Partners announced plans Oct. 4 to acquire a majority stake in York Space Systems, a small satellite manufacturer and turnkey mission operator based in Denver. The post AEI claims majority stake in York Space Systems appeared first on SpaceNews.
Tue, 04 Oct 2022 02:56:13 +0000
As SpaceX prepares to launch a new crew to the International Space Station from one pad at the Kennedy Space Center, it is starting work to upgrade another pad at Cape Canaveral as a backup. The post SpaceX to upgrade Cape Canaveral pad for crew and cargo missions appeared first on SpaceNews.
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     Date Submitted:05-10-2011
     Last Modified:29-03-2018 (10:40)
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     Current job:Spacecraft Operations / Mission Analysis
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     KeywordsSpacecraft Operations / Mission Analysis / Software design. Working experience with ESA & ESO & JAXA & DLR.
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    General information

    Nationality: Dutch

    Date of Birth: 3 Jan 1986

    Gender: Female

     

    Education

    9/2007 – 10/2010 Delft University of Technology

    Master degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Space Engineering, Space Mission Analysis & Design

    Courses: Astrodynamics I & II, Hypersonic aerodynamics, Mission geometry and orbit design, Planetary sciences, Precise orbit determination, Rocket motion, Spacecraft attitude dynamics and control, Space instrumentation, Space system engineering.

    Thesis subject Design for base set-up on lunar South Pole, optimisation of lunar descent trajectories and design of accompanying guidance schemes. Design software architecture for generic flight simulator.

    Date of graduation: October 2010

     

    9/2004 – 9/2007 Delft University of Technology

    Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Average grade: 8

     

    9/2004 – 9/2005 Delft University of Technology

    Propedeutic degree in Aerospace Engineering

    Graduated cum laude

     

    1998– 2004 Atheneum, Ashram, Alphen a/d Rijn

    Examination subjects: Dutch, English, History, Mathematics B, Physics and Chemistry

     

    Working experience

    09/2015 – now Iternational Space Station Columbus Operational Spacecraft Engineer

    DLR Oberpfaffenhofen / LSE Space Spacecraft Operations

    Main task: DMS, COMMS, Environmenal control, TCS, Power. Mission Data Base Manager.

     

    09/2014 – 09/2015 MSG4 Spacecraft Analyst

    ESA ESOC, Spacecraft Operations

    Main task: responsible for S/C database on mission control system, training spacecraft controllers, checking spacecraft health, groundstation data flow and sending commands to the spacecraft during the LEOP

     

    09/2013 – 09/2014 Traineeship Astronomy

    ESO, Chile

     

    Main task: data reduction and analysis of exoplanet occultation (photometry) and circumstellar dust disks of post-AGB stars (interferometry)

     

    12/2011 – 07/2012 MSG3 Spacecraft Controller

    ESA ESOC, Spacecraft Operations

    Main task: responsible for checking spacecraft health, groundstation data flow and sending commands to the spacecraft during the LEOP

     

    10/2010 – 11/2011 Young Graduate Trainee

    ESA ESOC, Mission Analysis

    Main task: design of stationkeeping strategy and distant retrograde orbits around Ganymede for ESA's JGO mission

     

    1/2009 - 3/2009 Internship at JAXA, Japan

    Main task: design tool for the preliminary analysis of asteroid sample-and-return missions and participation in ESA’s Global Trajectory Optimisation Competition

     

    4/2008 SpaceTech Program Officer

    Delft University of Technology

    Main task: responsible for schedule, logistic and communication during the educational program at ESA ESRIN

     

    8/2007 - 4/2008 & 8/2006 - 4/2007 Student-assistant/tutor

    Delft University of Technology

    Main task: responsible for guiding 20 first year students in their projects and advice them in their study

     

    Publication

    8/2011 AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, Girdwood, Alaska, "Stationkeeping strategy for Laplace-JGO science phase around Ganymede"

     

    Extracurricularducation

    9/2007 – 9/2008 Study Tour Committee, 6 hours/week

    Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

    Organisation of an intercontinental study tour to the United States and Brazil for 33 students and 4 professors

    The university awarded a 2-month scholarship for this position

     

    9/2007 – 9/2008 Faculty Student Council, 1 hour/week

    Delft University of Technology

    Quality assurance of education and service at the faculty and representing the interests of the students by monthly meetings with the dean

    The university awarded a 3-month scholarship for this position

     

    9/2006 – 9/2007 Space Department, 6 hours/week

    Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

    Organisation of excursions, lectures and small study tour abroad for 17 students and 1 lecturer of the faculty

    Highlights: lecture by Buzz Aldrin, March 13thand Symposium ‘Space 4 Society’, March 16th

    The university awarded a 2-month scholarship for this position

     

    9/2006 – 9/2007 Bachelor Committee, 1 hour/week

    Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

    Quality assurance of courses given at the faculty by meetings with lecturers

     

    9/2005 – 9/2006 Freshmen’s Weekend, 3 hours/week

    Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

    Organisation of an introduction weekend for 230 first year students of the faculty

    The university awarded a 1-month scholarship for this position

     

    Knowledge of languages

    Native: Dutch

    Fluent: English, Spanish

    Moderate: German, French

     

    Computer Skills 

    AutoCAD

    C++

    FORTRAN

    IDL

    IRAF

    LaTeX

    Mathematica

    MatLab

    MS Excel

    MS PowerPoint

    MS Word

    Pro Engineer

    S2K

    Satmon

    SciLab

     

    Hobbies and interests

    Hobbies: Dancing, skating, drawing, painting

    Interests: Astronomy, history, palaeontology


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