Instruments, Observations, and Opportunities at the Lunar Poles
The single most important discovery in Lunar science is the confirmation of icy volatiles at the Lunar poles. This not only makes the Moon an exciting destination in its own right, but the Lunar poles are a Rosetta Stone for cryogenic chemistry and physics throughout the solar system and beyond.
Come join scientists, technologists and engineers from around the world. This by “invitation-only” event will be an interactive, small-group conference. Maximum 50 participants.
Before the conference:
Each participant may submit a short abstract.
Due Date for Abstracts:
January 11, 2012; Please Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter Notification will be sent by:
January 18, 2012
After the conference:
All participants will be able to submit a one-page roadmap or position paper on the future of HTS and lunar exploration. These will be published on-line after the event.
In case you missed the previous LSA workshops, you can download the following resources:LSA 2012 Program & Abstracts
LSA 2011 Program & Abstracts LSA 2012 Flyer LSA 2011 Presentatons
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