Volume 18 Issue 1
Lunar Base Camp


 
 










Workshops & Seminars

From the Editor-in-Chief

Dear Readers,
Journal of Space Operations & Communicator, a quarterly online publication serves as a forum for those involved in the space operations field to communicate with one another in order to share ideas that could improve the way operations are carried out in space. The Journal is a cross-disciplinary scholarly publication designed to advance space communication as a profession and as an academic discipline. The Journal is distributed electronically without charge to users on a global basis. JSOC contains peer-reviewed articles, comments and case notes written by leading scientists, professors, and practitioners in their respective fields of aerospace expertise. The editorial board seeks articles that demonstrate exemplary academic research of emerging trends in space technology and space operations fields. The current issue focuses on The Artemis Plan. As Artemis transitions into the Sustaining Phase, U.S. human spaceflight operations at the Moon will support sustained lunar surface activities that includes ambitious lunar surface exploration missions requiring the build-up of surface systems such as unpressurized and pressurized rovers and surface habitation elements, ultimately establishing the Artemis Base Camp. Critical to base infrastructure is the provision for lunar networking, pointing, navigation, and tracking, enabled with GPS-cubesats. The progressive development of the disruptive GPS technology suggests a Multi-Level Perspective of socio-technical processes for which Earth-GPS technology showed during its 50 year developmental history. Additionally, Safety II is examined as to build-in auxiliary system resilience.

The Editorial Board of JSOC wishes all Happy Holidays and a Blessed New Year 2022.

Sincerely,
Ronald H. Freeman, PhD
Editor-in-Chief
January 1, 2022

"Journal of Space Operations & Communicator", a quarterly online publication serves as a forum for those involved in the space operations field to communicate with one another in order to share ideas that could improve the way operations are carried out in space. The Journal is a cross-disciplinary scholarly publication designed to advance space communication as a profession and as an academic discipline. The Journal is distributed electronically without charge to users on a global basis. JSOC contains peer-reviewed articles, comments and case notes written by leading scientists, professors, and practitioners in their respective fields of aerospace expertise. The editorial board seeks articles that demonstrate exemplary academic research of emerging trends in space technology and space operations fields.


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