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Aerospace Science and
Aerospace Science and
Technology Department : contributions
Technology Department : contributions
towards the Brazilian Space Program
towards the Brazilian Space Program
Eduardo Viegas Dalle Lucca
COPUOS
United Nations, Vienna, Austria, 11-22 February 2013AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Objective
Introduce Aerospace Science and Technology
Department (DCTA) and explain how this
organization contributes to achieve
objectives of the National Space Program.AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
S S S SU U U UM M M MM M M MA A A AR R R RY Y Y Y
 Brazilian Policy, Program and System for space
activities
 DCTA
 Mission and Organizational Structure
 Space Projects & Activities
 Final ConclusionU US SI IN NG G S SP PA AC CE E T TE EC CH HN NO OL LO OG GY Y T TO O A AD DD DR RE ES SS S
N NA AT TI IO ON NA AL L P PR RO OB BL LE EM MS S Brazilian Space Program
Brazilian Space Program
GOALS AND ACTORS
GOALS AND ACTORS
PNDAE (The policy)
National Politics for the Development of Space Activities:
Establishes objectives and guidelines to be implemented in
the national space programs and projects
PNAE (The Program)
National Program of Space Activities:
Ten years, revised yearly (2012-2021)
SINDAE (The Execution)
National System for the Development of Space Activities:National System for the Development of Space Activities
National System for the Development of Space Activities
INDUSTRY
L La au un nc ch h V Ve eh hiic clle es s a an nd d
Satellites and
Satellites and
Launching Centers
Launching Centers
C Co on nttr ro oll C Ce en ntte er r
UNIVERSITYAEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENTAEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES
 Specialized Education
 Technological Research and Development
 Fligth Test
 Metrology, Fostering, Industrial Quality, Aeroespace
Industries Catalog, Certification and Norm, Technology
Transfer
 Laboratory tests
 Launch operationsAEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
STRUCTURE TO CONDUCT SPACE ACTIVITIES
STRUCTURE TO CONDUCT SPACE ACTIVITIES
•Sounding rockets
•Specialized Education
•Satellite Launch vehicles
• Research
•Laboratories and test banches
•Solid Propellant
•Quality, safety, reliability of
•Launching Centers
space products and servicesI I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space, Infrastructure and Facilities
• Research
• Development
• Innovation
• Launch Operations
• Technological Services in aeronautical, space and defense systems
• Specialized educationAccess to Space - Sounding Rockets
500 Kg
500 Kg 4 40 00 0 K Kg g
700 Km
700 Km 2 25 50 0 K Km m
5 50 00 0 K Kg g
6 65 50 0 K Km m
160 Kg
160 Kg
300 Km
300 Km
6 60 0 K Kg g
6 60 00 0 K Km m
260 Kg
260 Kg
160 Km
160 Km
2 20 0 K Kg g
4 4,,5 5 K Kg g
1 12 20 0 K Km m
7 70 0 K Km m
8
8
5
6 61 1 4 4 5
2 22 23 3 3 31 1 3 3 1 13 3
o op pe er ra at tiio on na all
end-of-life end-of-life end-of-life o op pe er ra at tiio on na all o op pe er ra at tiio on na all operational
e en nd d- -o of f- -lliif fe e end-of-life end-of-life end-of-life operational
1965 1967 - 1979 1976 - 1989 (HiFire + INPE) Shefex II MicroG-2
1965 1967 - 1979 1976 - 1989 (HiFire + INPE) Shefex II MicroG-2I I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space - Sounding Rockets
•Cooperative development between Germany (DLR) and Brazil (DCTA)
•Payload : 400 kg and Apogee: 250 km
•Conduct scientific and technologic experiments in microgravity
VSB-30I I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space - Sounding Rockets
A A A AT T T TM M M MO O O OS S S SF F F FH H H HE E E ER R R RI I I IC C C C R R R RE E E EE E E EN N N NT T T TR R R RY Y Y Y S S S SA A A AT T T TE E E EL L L LL L L LI I I IT T T TE E E E ( ( ( (S S S SA A A AR R R RA A A A) ) ) )
•Orbital plataform
•Reentry capability
•for microgravity experiments
•Payload - 300 kg
•LEO - 300 kmI I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space - Launch Vehicles
S S S SA A A AT T T TE E E EL L L LL L L LI I I IT T T TE E E E L L L LA A A AU U U UN N N NC C C CH H H H V V V VE E E EH H H HI I I IC C C CL L L LE E E E ( ( ( (V V V VL L L LS S S S- - - -1 1 1 1) ) ) )
•Payload – up to 250 kg
•LEO – up to 700 kmI I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space - Launch Vehicles
S SA AT TE EL LL LI IT TE E L LA AU UN NC CH H V VE EH HI IC CL LE E ( (N Ne ex xt t s st te ep ps s) )
S SA AT TE EL LL LI IT TE E L LA AU UN NC CH H V VE EH HI IC CL LE E ( (N Ne ex xt t s st te ep ps s) )
8 80 00 0 k kg g
800 km
800 km
500 kg
250 kg 500 kg
250 kg
7 75 50 0 k km m
750 km
750 km
VLS-1 VLS-ALFA VLS-BETA
2020
2013-2014-2015 2018I I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
Access to Space - Launch Vehicles
M M M MI I I IC C C CR R R RO O O OS S S SA A A AT T T TE E E EL L L LL L L LI I I IT T T TE E E E L L L LA A A AU U U UN N N NC C C CH H H H V V V VE E E EH H H HI I I IC C C CL L L LE E E E ( ( ( (V V V VL L L LM M M M) ) ) )
•Solid propellant three-stage rocket
•Payload – microsatellits up to 150 kg
•LEO – up to 300 km
•Cooperative development between Germany
(DLR) and Brazil (DCTA)I I I In n n ns s s st t t ti i i it t t tu u u ut t t te e e e o o o of f f f A A A Ae e e er r r ro o o on n n na a a au u u ut t t ti i i ic c c cs s s s a a a an n n nd d d d S S S Sp p p pa a a ac c c ce e e e
LABORATORIES, TEST BENCHES, PROPELLANT PLANTAccess to Space – Launch CentersBarreira do Inferno Launch Center
B B B Br r r ra a a az z z zi i i il l l l - - - - E E E ES S S SA A A A C C C Co o o oo o o op p p pe e e er r r ra a a at t t ti i i io o o on n n n
B B B Br r r ra a a az z z zi i i il l l l - - - - E E E ES S S SA A A A C C C Co o o oo o o op p p pe e e er r r ra a a at t t ti i i io o o on n n n
Radar BEARNAlcantara Launch Center
Control room
TelemetryAlcantara Launch CenterI I I IN N N NS S S ST T T TI I I IT T T TU U U UT T T TE E E E O O O OF F F F A A A AE E E ER R R RO O O ON N N NA A A AU U U UT T T TI I I IC C C CA A A AL L L L T T T TE E E EC C C CH H H HN N N NO O O OL L L LO O O OG G G GY Y Y Y
I I I IN N N NS S S ST T T TI I I IT T T TU U U UT T T TE E E E O O O OF F F F A A A AE E E ER R R RO O O ON N N NA A A AU U U UT T T TI I I IC C C CA A A AL L L L T T T TE E E EC C C CH H H HN N N NO O O OL L L LO O O OG G G GY Y Y Y
HUMAN RESOURCES PREPARATION
Graduate Courses
A Ae er ro on na au ut tiic ca all E Elle ec ct tr ro on niic c M Me ec ch ha an niic ca all C Ciiv viill C Co om mp pu ut te er r Aerospace
Aerospace
Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Science
Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Science Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
•Aerodynamics •Applied •Energy •Buildings •Scientific
•Navigation and
•Structures Electronics •Projects •Geotechnics Computations guidance
•Propulsion •Circuits and •Organization •Hydraulics •Software
•Aerodynamics
•Flight Microwaves •Technology •Transportation Engineering
•Propulsion
Mechanics •Systems •Computation •Electronics
•Aero Design Control Theory •Systems
•Telecom-
municationsI In ns st ti it tu ut te e f fo or r I In nd du us st tr ri ia al l F Fo os st te er ri in ng g a an nd d C Co oo or rd di in na at ti io on n
I In ns st ti it tu ut te e f fo or r I In nd du us st tr ri ia al l F Fo os st te er ri in ng g a an nd d C Co oo or rd di in na at ti io on n
Quality, safety and reliability of space products and services
Certification and Qualification of Space
products, services and goods
Metrology
Industrial Fostering
Technology Transfer
Industrial Quality
Aerospace Industries CatalogAEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
CONCLUSIONS
 DCTA plays a fundamental role to achieve the objective of the Brazilian
Space Program;
 The development of sounding rockets and launch vehicles has allowed our
country to consolidate knowledge and ensure the access to space;
 A large support infrastructure has been deployed, comprised of the CLA,
CLBI, Propellant Plan, as well as laboratories and technical niches in private
sector.Aerospace Science and
Aerospace Science and
Technology Department : contributions
Technology Department : contributions
towards the Brazilian Space Program
towards the Brazilian Space Program
Thank You for Your Attention.
Cel Eduardo Viegas Dalle Lucca
DCTA - São José dos Campos – SP
55 12 3947-6731 (ssp@cta.br)