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Planning Applications for Three Mars Missions with Ensemble Arash Aghevli Andrew Bachmann John Bresina Kevin Greene Bob Kanefsky James Kurien Michael McCurdy Paul Morris Guy Pyrzak Christian Ratterman Alonso Vera Steven Wragg NASA Ames Research Center QSS Group Inc San Jose State University University of California MS 269 2 NASA Ames Research Center Moffett Field CA 94035 aaghevli mail arc nasa gov bachmann email arc nasa gov John L Bresina nasa gov keving mail arc nasa gov kanef email arc nasa gov James A Kurien nasa gov Michael P McCurdy nasa gov Paul H Morris nasa gov gpyrzak mail arc nasa gov cratterman arc nasa gov Alonso H Vera nasa gov stephen email arc nasa gov Abstract A number of new tactical planning and operations tools were deployed on the highly successful Mars Exploration Rover MER mission Based on successes and lessons from the MER experience a number of groups at NASA Ames and JPL have developed a platform for developing integrated operations tools called Ensemble Ensemble is a multi mission toolkit for building activity planning and sequencing systems that is being deployed on extended operations for the MER mission the 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander and the 2009 Mars Science Laboratory rover mission Experience designing building and operating the MER tools with our colleagues studying the use of the MER tools from a Human Computer Interaction perspective and feedback from these three missions has lead us to take a somewhat different approach to designing and deploying applications with planning technology this time around We believe these changes will make future applications even more efficient to use and easier to implement This experience may be of use and interest to people working on similar kinds of applications space related or not Introduction The Mars Exploration Rover MER mission is a highly successful rover mission to Mars run by NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL Each day scientists and engineers must analyze what situation the two MER



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