Enabling Exploration: The Lunar Outpost and Beyond

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Presentations from the Lunar Exploration Group annual conference October 1–5. Lots of interesting stuff!<br /><br />http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/leag2007/presentations/<br /><br />Exploration Partnership Strategy Briefing<br />Marguerite Broadwell<br />NASA Headquarters<br /> <br />Exploration Science Mission Directorate Briefing<br />Geoffrey Yoder<br />NASA Headquarters<br /> <br /><br />Science Mission Directorate<br />Jim Green<br />NASA Headquarters<br /> <br />Exploration: The International Space Station (ISS) - Today's Outpost<br />W. Michael Hawes<br />NASA Headquarters <br /> <br />Exploration Systems Mission Directorate<br />Geoffrey Yoder<br />NASA Headquarters<br /> <br />Constellation Office Briefing<br />Jeff Hanley<br />NASA Johnson Space Center<br /> <br />Recommendations from the Workshop on Science Associated with the Lunar Exploration Architecture, Tempe, Arizona, 2/27–3/2, 2007<br />Brad Jolliff<br />NASA Advisory Council<br />Washington University<br /> <br />Outpost Science and Exploration and Exploration Working Group (OSEWG)<br />Kelly Snook and Geoffrey Yoder<br />NASA Headquarters<br /> <br />Field Exploration and Astronaut Training Activities and Goals<br />Mark Helper<br />University of Texas, Austin<br />Art Snoke<br />University of Wyoming<br /> <br />2007 Lunar Dust Workshop (NASA Ames) Outbrief<br />Daniel Winterhalter<br />Jet Propulsion Laboratory<br /> <br />Research Enabled by the Lunar Environment<br />Mike Duke<br />Colorado School of Mines<br /> <br />From the Moon to Mars: The Things We Most Need to Learn at the Moon to Support the Subsequent Human Exploration of Mars<br />Brett Drake<br />NASA Johnson Space Center<br /> <br />Update from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)<br />Jean-Claude Piedboeuf<br />Canadian Space Agency<br /> <br />Italy's Plans for Moon Exploration<br />Sylvie Espinasse<br />Italian Space Agency<br /> <br />Chandrayaan Mission Objectives and future lunar programs<br />Paul Spud <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p><em>Whether we become a multi-planet species with unlimited horizons, or are forever confined to Earth will be decided in the twenty-first century amid the vast plains, rugged canyons and lofty mountains of Mars</em>  Arthur Clarke</p> </div>
 
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