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NASA Alumni League

Ms. Mitskevich will be giving an overview of the Launch Services Program and its relevance to NASA.
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Brian Norton

on 26 May 2015

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Transcript of NASA Alumni League

NASA's Launch Services Program
NASA's Launch Services Program (LSP)
We have a busy future!
- LSP was started in 1998. To date we have launched more than 70 missions spanning across the universe
- Program employs approx 250 civil servants and approx 200 contractors
- Manage over $500M in both Program and Customer budgets
Amanda Mitskevich
Program Manager
LSP acts as the "broker"
With the goal of ensuring mission success
2013 Launches
LSP Roles and Responsibilities
Launch Sites
NASA's Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory (GRAIL)-A&B
Renamed - Ebb & Flow
reaches the far side of the moon
NASA is divided into 4 Mission Directorates:
Aeronautics Research
Science
Human Exploration and Operations
Thank You
Launch Services Program (LSP):
Responsible for the acquisition and Program management of launch vehicles in support of NASA and other government payloads
Next Mission: MMS
(Magnetospheric Multiscale)
MMS will launch on an Atlas V from Cape Canaveral AFS to study the mystery of how magnetic fields around Earth connect and disconnect, explosively releasing energy via a process known a magnetic reconnection.
2014 Launches
Space Technology
SMAP Launch
January 31, 2015
Firebird II
Montana State University
University of New Hampshire
Grifex
Jet Propulsion Labortory
Exocube
California Polytechnic State University
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