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Controlling cost growth of NASA Earth and space science missions
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Cost Growth in NASA Earth and Space Science Missions
|Statement||Committee on Cost Growth in NASA Earth and Space Science Missions, Space Studies Board, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council of the National Academies|
|Contributions||National Research Council (U.S.). Space Studies Board|
|LC Classifications||TL521.312 .N389 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2011281094|
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Cost and schedule growth is a problem experienced by many types of projects in many fields of endeavor. Based on prior studies of cost growth in NASA and Department of Defense projects, this book identifies specific causes of cost growth associated with NASA Earth and space science missions and provides guidance on how NASA can overcome these specific problems.
The recommendations in this book focus on changes in NASA policies that would directly reduce or eliminate the cost growth of Earth and space science missions.
Large cost growth is a concern for Earth and space science missions, and it can be a concern for other missions as well. The study was prompted by the NASA Authorization Act of (P.L. ), which directed the NASA administrator to sponsor an “independent external assessment to identify the primary causes of cost growth in the large- medium- and small-sized space and Earth science spacecraft mission classes, and make recommendations as to what changes.
If the cost growth is large enough, it can create liquidity problems for NASA's Science Mission Directorate that in turn cause cost profile changes and development delays that amplify the overall cost growth for other concurrent and/or pending missions.
Successful implementation of a comprehensive, integrated strategy to control cost and schedule growth of NASA Earth and space science missions would benefit both NASA and the nation, while enabling NASA to more efficiently and effectively carry out these critical missions.
Cost Growth in NASA Earth and Space Science Missions. Project Scope The National Research Council will assemble a committee to identify the primary causes of cost growth in NASA Earth and space science missions involving large, medium, and small spacecraft.
**“ Historical mass, power, schedule, and cost growth for NASA science instruments,” R. Bitten and S. Shinn, IEEE Aerospace Conference,pp. 1– This study*** examines growth of spacecraft buses in depth at the start of Phase B, PDR, and CDR milestones similar to what was performed for instrumentsFile Size: KB.
Decades of Cost Management Excellence 3 Space Missions Model Overview Cost estimating for Formulation through Implementation for robotic Earth and Space Science Missions Methodology used in supporting NASA mission analyses for 25 years. – initially developed to support NASA’s Discovery Program Applied to Mars Pathfinder and NEAR.
Cost Estimating > Robert Bitten, The Aerospace Corporation, Marc Hayhurst, The Aerospace Corporation: Phase E Cost Growth for NASA Science Missions Phase E is the payoff for the long awaited development of NASA science missions as it includes the mission operations to collect the science data required for success as well as the data analysis to.
cost growth of NASA Earth and space science missions is difficult to derive, the report says. For example, prior studies calculated values for average cost overruns ranging from 23 percent to “Yes, there has been cost growth” with Marssaid Lori Glaze, acting director of NASA’s planetary sciences division, during a town hall meeting March 18 at.
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With such variation, a single, reliable value for the average cost growth of NASA Earth and space science missions is difficult to derive, the report says. For example, prior studies calculated values for average cost overruns ranging from 23 percent to 77 percent. NASA Earth Science Division Response to COVID The Earth Science Division collects global Earth-observing satellite data and has planned for continuity of observations, while prioritizing the health, welfare and safety of our employees and contractors during the COVID pandemic.
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In its detailed fiscal year budget proposal published Ma NASA confirmed that the Mars rover mission is facing growing costs just 16 months before [ ]. Controlling Cost Growth of NASA Earth and Space Science Missions (SSB, ) Defending Planet Earth: Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies: Final Report (SSB with ASEB, ) An Enabling Foundation for NASA’s Space and Earth Science Missions (SSB, )File Size: 9MB.
NASA should develop a broad, integrated strategy to contain costs and maintain schedules as earth and space science missions are planned and designed, says a. 3 Introduction • Motivation for a new Phase E Model – Several recent studies on mission operations cost of NASA missions have found significant cost growth exists in Phase E • One study found average growth from the Phase B estimate to be ~50% versus actual* • Goals for model development – Develop a model with few subjective inputs, which could be used by even.
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Advanced Earth Observing Satellite (ADEOS) was the first international space platform dedicated View Mission.Controlling Cost Growth of NASA Earth and Space Science Missions (SSB, ) Defending Planet Earth: Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies: Final Report (SSB with ASEB, ) An Enabling Foundation for NASA’s Space and Earth Science Missions (SSB, ) Forging the Future of Space Science: The Next 50 Years (SSB, ).The Economics of NASA Mission Cost Reserves Sally Whitley The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins Rd.
Laurel, MD [email protected] Abstract-Increases in NASA mission costs are well-noted but not well-understood, and there is little evidence that theyFile Size: KB.