List of Tom Jones Consulting Projects March 4, 2016Posted by skywalking1 in Space.
Assessment with the IHMC team of how to use space resources from the asteroids, Mars moons, and Mars atmosphere and surface to support human expeditions to the Red Planet. (2015)
On-air spaceflight expert for production of “Surviving Space,” a new documentary television series on Discovery Science Channel. (2015)
On-air astronaut consultant for the Weather Channel during their coverage of the first test flight of NASA’s Orion deep-space, multi-purpose crew vehicle from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. (2014)
Assessment with the IHMC team of various deep-space astronaut activities for NASA’s human exploration plans beyond the Moon, to the nearby asteroids, and Mars. (2013)
Science advisor to Planetary Resources, Inc, the asteroid mining company. (2013)
Member of NASA Planetary Science Division’s Senior Review Panel for ongoing Planetary Missions. (2012)
Asteroid and space operations consultant on Keck Institute for Space Studies assessment of an exciting mission to capture a small asteroid and return it safely to the Earth-Moon system for exploration and exploitation. (2012)
On-air commentator for Fox News Channel’s science and spaceflight coverage. (2005-2012)
Served on distinguished National Research Council panel on the Future of NASA’s Astronaut Selection and Training programs. (2011)
Co-chair of the NASA Advisory Council ad hoc Task Force on Planetary Defense, and editor of its final report. (2010)
NASA Advisory Council member, Space Operations committee. (2006-2009)
Science and crew operations consultant on NASA study team examining piloted missions to Near-Earth Asteroids. (2005)
Astronaut expert for a 2005 NASA study of advanced space suit life support concepts. The team took a “clean sheet” approach to keeping a crewmember alive in free-fall or on a planetary surface.
Team member for the 2005 NASA Solar System Exploration Strategic Roadmap Committee. The team set out robotic exploration priorities for solar system science over the next three decades.
Study team member on a 2004 Planetary Society examination of a human space exploration strategy
Contributor to International Academy of Astronautics study The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space.
Panel member for the National Academy of Sciences’ Space Studies Board’s report, Issues and Opportunities Regarding the U.S. Space Program.
NASA selection panel member for a variety of Earth sciences and space astronomy programs.
Technical advisor for the major Hollywood motion picture, The Core. (2001)
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