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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Programmatic Workshop on NASA Lunar Surface Systems Concepts
02.13.09
February 25-27, 2009
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC

lunar outpost

An artist's conception of a lunar outpost.

As part of an ongoing collaboration, NASA and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (USCC) Space Enterprise Council (SEC) are conducting a workshop on NASA Lunar Surface Systems (LSS) Concepts. The objective is to provide a status of NASA's lunar surface exploration architecture, to share results of recent innovative lunar concept studies, and to seek feedback from U.S. industry and other interested parties. The workshop will include briefings on NASA, industry, and university analyses performed for NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD) and Constellation Program (CxP), with particular emphasis on a recently completed suite of lunar surface study contracts administered by the Constellation Program's LSS Project Office. If interested in attending this workshop, please contact Kenzie Swift at kswift@uschamber.com

Agenda - Wednesday, February 25 (8 am - 5 pm)

Welcome
  • David Logsdon (USCC SEC)
Opening Remarks Lunar Surface Architecture Status International Partnership / Standards Status USCC SEC Space Transportation Working Group (STWG) LSS Risk Study Plan Minimum Functionality Habitat, ILC Dover Minimum Functionality Habitat, Univ. of Maryland Minimum Functionality Habitat, The Boeing Company Lunar Architecture Analysis Agenda - Thursday, February 26 (8 am - 5 pm)

Innovative Avionics Architecture Lunar Habitat Avionics Analysis Long-Term Energy Storage, ATK Long-Term Energy Storage, Battelle Memorial Institute Long-Term Energy Storage, Hamilton Sundstrand Lunar Thermal Wadi Study Alternative Software Architecture, United Space Alliance Alternative Software Architecture, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Agenda - Friday, February 27 (8 am - 12 pm)

Regolith Moving Methods, Astrobotic Technology, Inc. Regolith Moving Methods, Honeybee Robotics Alternative Packaging Options, Oceaneering Space Systems Closing Remarks
  • David Logsdon (USCC SEC)
  • John Olson (NASA ESMD)