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Lox Methane Gap Assessment Report- February 2016

Date uploaded: 11 February 2016

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Dust Mitigation Gap Assessment Report- February 2016

Date uploaded: 11 February 2016

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ISECG Global Exploration Roadmap - August 2013

Date uploaded: 20 August 2013

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Strategic Knowledge Gaps Summary Table - August 2013

Date uploaded: 20 August 2013

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ISECG Annual Report 2011

Date uploaded: 16 November 2012

The 2011 Annual Report of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) provides an overview of ISECG activities, products and accomplishments in 2011. It also highlights the national exploration activities of many of the ISECG participating agencies over the past year.

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ISECG Workplan 2011-2012

Date uploaded: 16 February 2012

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ISECG Non-agency participation Guidelines

Date uploaded: 25 January 2012

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62nd International Astronautical Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, ISECG Papers

Date uploaded: 24 October 2011

The International Space Exploration Coordination Group participated at the 62nd International Astronautical Congress, Cape Town, South Africa held between 3 and 9 October 2011, with a number of technical papers describing the work conducted so far.
These documents can be downloaded here:

 

 

 

The ISECG Global Exploration Roadmap

Date uploaded: 22 September 2011

Building on the vision for coordinated human and robotic exploration of our solar system established in The Global Exploration Strategy: the Framework for Coordination, released in May 2007, space agencies participating in the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) are developing the Global Exploration Roadmap. The Global Exploration Roadmap reflects the international effort to define feasible and sustainable exploration pathways to the Moon, near-Earth asteroids, and Mars. Beginning with the International Space Station (ISS), this first iteration of the roadmap examines possible pathways in the next 25 years.

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ISECG Annual Report 2010

Date uploaded: 16 June 2010

The fourth Annual Report of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) provides an overview of ISECG work in 2010. The annex to this report highlights the national exploration activities of some of the ISECG participating agencies during the past year. This report is intended to record activities, products and accomplishments of the ISECG to inform stakeholders regarding the progress in implementing the Global Exploration Strategy (GES).

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61st International Astronautical Congress, Prague, CZ - ISECG Papers

Date uploaded: 23 November 2010

The International Space Exploration Coordination Group participated at the 61st International Astronautical Congress, Prague, Czech Republic held between 27 September and 1st October 2010, with a number of technical papers describing the work conducted so far. These documents can be downloaded here; press on the hyperlink to access the documents.

IAC-10-A3.1.1
Assessing Space Exploration Technology Requirements as a First Step Towards Ensuring Technology Readiness for International Cooperation in Space Exploration

IAC-10-A5.1.1
An Approach to Habitation for the Global Point of Departure (GPoD) Lunar Architecture

IAC-10-A5.1.6
A Power Architecture for the ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration

IAC-10.A5.1.7
Lunar In-Situ Resource Utilization in the ISECG Human Lunar Exploration Reference Architecture

IAC-10.A5.2.9
An International Strategy for Human Exploration of the Moon: the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration

IAC-10.A5.2.10
Human Lunar Exploration: International Campaign Development

IAC-10-A5.2.11
Comparative Campaign Assessment in the ISECG Reference Architecture

IAC-10B3.1.10
An International Strategy for Exploration: Development Status of the ISECG Global Exploration Roadmap

IAC-10.B3.1.11
Developing a Common Set of Human Exploration Goals and Objectives

IAF has authorised the publication of the papers on the ISECG website.

 

 

Exploring Together - ISECG Brochure

Date uploaded: 24 September 2010

The purpose of ISECG is to advance the Global Exploration Strategy by providing a forum where interested agencies can share their objectives and plans, and explore concepts that make use of synergies. ISECG operates in accordance with the key principles set out in the Global Exploration Strategy – that it should be open and inclusive, flexible and evolutionary, effective, and take account of mutual interests. ISECG is committed to the development of products that enable participating agencies to take concrete steps towards partnerships that reflect a globally coordinated exploration effort.

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The ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration – Summary Report

Date uploaded: 20 July 2010

The ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration envisions how the space-faring nations of Earth can collaborate in exploring the Moon using the coordinated assets of many space agencies. It marks the first time that a group of space agencies has worked together to define a complex human exploration scenario.
This document can be used to inform preparatory planning and decision-making within participating agencies. It represents a concrete step towards realizing the vision of the Global Exploration Strategy, which identified the Moon as one of the key destinations for future human space exploration.

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Joint Statement, International Space Exploration Coordination Group Senior Agency Management - National Harbor, Maryland, USA

Date uploaded: 24 June 2010

Senior managers representing space agencies in Canada (CSA), China (CNSA), Europe (ASI, CNES, DLR, ESA, UKSA), Japan (JAXA), Korea (KARI), Russia (Roscosmos), Ukraine (NSAU) and the United States (NASA) met at the National Harbor, Maryland, on June 23, 2010, to discuss their interests in globally coordinated human and robotic space exploration.

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ISECG Annual Report 2009

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

This third Annual Report of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG), like the 2007 and 2008 editions, provides an overview of the ISECG activities over the past year, as well highlights the main exploration activities of participating agencies during the past twelve-months.

2009 marked another year of progress in which the ISECG fulfilled its mandate to provide a forum for space agencies to share their space exploration interests and plans with the view to working collectively towards the further development and implementation of the Global Exploration Strategy.

The ISECG Annual Report is intended to keep all exploration stakeholders better informed of the ISECG's work and progress in implementing the Global Exploration Strategy.

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Workplan

Date uploaded: 15 November 2010

This document details the ISECG work objectives and defines an associated implementation plan as primarily addressed through the ISECG working groups.  It was updated following the first meeting of Senior Agency Managers of ISECG agencies on June 23, 2010, and reflects the general guidance and specific actions received from the senior agency managers during that meeting.

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Global Exploration Strategy: The Framework for Coordination (GES)

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

An important element in the definition of Europe's long-term plan for space exploration is the development of an international strategic exploration framework. The Global Exploration Strategy, published in 2007, was developed by an international group made of representatives of 14 space agencies (NASA, CSIRO, KSA, CNSA, BNSC, ESA, ASI, CNES, CSA, JAXA, DLR, ROSCOSMOS, KARI, NSAU).

This document not only supports international space exploration, but it also proposes a vision of globally coordinated exploration which is focused on Earth-Moon-Mars space - places where humans will one day live and work.

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ISECG Annual Report 2008

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

The second Annual Report (2008) of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) and its sub-working groups has been released. This document provides highlights of their activities during the past twelve-months including the progress of its Workplan, work ahead, the major space exploration accomplishments of its members including future opportunities, and progress in implementing the Themes described in The Global Exploration Strategy: The Framework for Coordination.

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Advancing the Global Exploration Strategy: Human Exploration of the Moon

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

In The Global Exploration Strategy: The Framework For Cooperation, fourteen international space agencies expressed their common interest in "creating a common language of exploration" to "enhance mutual understanding among partners and to identify areas for potential cooperation." It was in this spirit that in July 2008 the members of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) agreed to collectively explore ideas and plans for human exploration of the Moon. From the latter half of 2008 through early 2009 interested agencies participated in a series of Lunar Architecture Workshops to begin the process of discussing human exploration of the Moon in the international community.

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ISECG Annual Report 2007

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

The International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) intends to issue a Report each year that will highlight its activities during the past twelve months, report on progress of its Workplan, and the work ahead. In addition, the ISECG Annual Report provides an opportunity for agencies to update the international community on their individual space exploration plans. The Annual Report is intended to keep all exploration stakeholders better informed of the ISECG's work and importantly to ensure that other exploration related coordination groups are fully informed. This first Annual Report of the ISECG provides, in addition to the highlights to be included in each Report, a synopsis of the background to the creation of the ISECG.

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International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) Terms of Reference

Date uploaded: 7 December 2009

Following the publication of the Global Exploration Strategy, an International Space Coordination Group (ISECG) was established. The ISECG met for the first time in Berlin in November 2007. The overall scope of the long-term ISECG activities is defined in the Terms of Reference document.

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