[FPSPACE] FW: [lunar-update] ILEWG9 Intl Lunar Conference, Sorrento, Italy 22-26 Oct 07

LARRY KLAES ljk4 at msn.com
Sat Oct 13 13:11:34 EDT 2007




>From: Larry Kellogg <larry.kellogg at gmail.com>
>To: lunar-update at news.altair.com
>Subject: [lunar-update] ILEWG9 Intl Lunar Conference, Sorrento,Italy 22-26 
>Oct 07
>Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 10:10:46 -0700
>
>ILEWG9 Intl Lunar Conference, Sorrento, Italy 22-26 Oct 07
>•Co-hosted by ASI & ESA, Co-sponsors: COSPAR, IAF, Space agencies
>•Co-chairs: S. Di Pippo(ASI), J. Wu (China), M. Wargo(NASA),
>B.H.Foing(ILEWG/ESA)
>
>Maybe some of you who are nearer to Italy than I will have a chance to
>attend this years ILEWG conference.
>Already it is number 9. Just seems like yesterday that I had posters up
>in my office at NASA Ames for the first one.
>Bernard Foing even dropped in one time to see what we had done with the
>Lunar Prospector mission.
>Here are some more links.
>- LRK -
>
>The International Lunar Conference in Italy in October:
>http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=40925
>9th ILEWG International Conference on Exploration and Utilisation of the
>Moon (ICEUM9/ILC2007)
>
>Lunar Explorers group at the event -- http://www.lunarexplorers.net -- with
>help from a few SEDS folks, Ryan Kobrick (CUSEDS), Melissa Battler (SEDS
>Canada), and Yuki Takahashi (Caltech SEDS).
>
>
>Here is some history about the ILEWG. The pdf is only 17 pages. Page 17
>has an Exploration Roadmap.
>- LRK -
>-------------------------------------------------------------
>http://www.iafastro.com/fileadmin/template/main/Documents/Events/2007IAC/PL6_introduction.pdf
>
>ILEWG Involves 14 agencies and 23 countries:-Founding agencies (1994) :
>ASA, ASI, BNSC, CNES, DARA, ESA, ISAS, NASA, NASDA, RSA-Joining
>agencies: ISRO (2000), CNSA (2002), CSA, DLR (2005)
>
>-----------
>Past/FutureILEWG/COSPAR/IAF/IAA Community events
>•ILEWG ConferencesonExploration& UtilisationoftheMoonICEUM:
>Beatenberg94, Kyoto 96 , Moscow 98, ESTEC 2000, HawaiiNov2003,
>UdaipurNov04, Toronto05, Beijing06, Sorrento22-26 Oct07, US 08
>•COSPAR/ILEWG: Washington92, Hamburg 94, Nagoya 98, Warsaw 00, Houston
>02, Paris 04, Beijing06, Montreal 08, Bremen 10
>•IAF/IAA/ILEWG: Houston 02, Bremen 03, Vancouver04, Fukuoka05,
>Valencia06, Hyderabad07, Glasgow08, Korea09
>•EGS/EGU/ILEWG lunar sessions: Hamburg95, Vienna 97, Nice 98, The Hague
>99, Nice 00 –04, Vienna05-06-07-08•ILEWG Website: http://sci.esa.int/ilewg
>•Publications: 7 ICEUM volumes + 6 COSPAR books Adv Space Res.
>•Public outreach: 18000 Google quotes
>-------------------------------------------------------------
>
>There is more information at the ESA web site listed below.
>http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=34125
>- LRK -
>
>If you get a chance to go to Italy this month and participate in the
>conference, pass back some reflections.
>- LRK-
>
>Thanks for looking up with me.
>
>- LRK -
>
>Larry Kellogg
>
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>The International Lunar Conferencein Italy in October:
>http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=40925
>9th ILEWG International Conference on Exploration and Utilisation of the 
>Moon (ICEUM9/ILC2007)
>*
>22-26 October, 2007, Sorrento, Italy*
>
>Please note that on Wednesday 24 October, sessions 6., 7. and 8. will be
>held in parallel.
>On Thursday 25 October, sessions 6. and 7. will run in parallel.
>
>Monday 22 October 2007
>13. 	Young Lunar Explorers session
>	Chair: T. Krovel
>
>4. 	Media Briefing (TBC) 	17:00 - 18:00
>
>Tuesday 23 October 2007
>1. 	Plenary Opening
>	Chair: B.H. Foing 	09:00
>2. 	Results from SMART-1 and latest reports from Chang'E 1 and Selene
>	Chair: J. Green 	09:30
>3. 	Agencies activities and plans
>	Chairs: B. Foing et al. 	11:00-13:00
>4. 	Media Briefing (TBC)
>5. 	Status of Future Missions: Chandrayaan-1, LRO/ LCROSS, Future landers 
>and orbiters
>	Chairs: S. Espinasse, M. Coradini 	14:00
>
>Wednesday 24 October 2007
>6. 	Science and Exploration of the Moon: Results, Open Questions New 
>Approaches
>	Chairs: M. Grande, P. Sreekumar, G. Chin, D. Kendall 	08:30
>6.1 Science instruments
>6.2 Upcoming missions  14:00
>6.3 General tools
>6.4 Science for exploration
>6.5 Science and human exploration
>
>7. 	Technologies, Infrastructures, Resources for Future Robotic and Human 
>exploration
>	Chairs: L. Taylor, S. Hovland, K. Matsumoto 	08:30
>7.1 Landers
>7.2 Rovers
>7.3 Support technologies (24 Oct 14:00)
>7.4 Power and ISRU
>      Co-Chairs: L. Taylor & S. Hovland
>7.5 Instruments Technologies
>
>8. 	Societal, legal, policy, economics
>	Chairs: R.Richards, S.Durst, D.Isakeit 	08:30
>
>13B. 	YLE Session
>	Chairs: T. Krovel, A. Grinberg, R. Walker 	14:00
>
>Thursday 25 October 2007
>6. 	Science and Exploration of the Moon: Results, Open Questions New 
>Approaches
>	Chairs: M. Grande, P. Sreekumar, D. Kendall 	08:30
>6.6 Science from the Moon
>6.7 Science on the Moon
>
>7. 	Technologies, Infrastructures, Resources for Future Robotic and Human 
>exploration
>	Chairs: L. Taylor, S. Hovland, K. Matsumoto 	08:30
>7.6 Transport and Orbital Support
>7.7 Architectures
>7.8 Human Support
>7.9 Human Operations
>
>Friday 26 October 2007
>9. 	Next steps for Robotic Landers, Rovers and Outposts
>	Chair: K.Matsumoto, S.Hovland
>10. 	International Prospects for utilization and human exploration
>	Chair: M. Wargo 	11:00
>11. 	Reports & recommendations from working groups
>	Chair: B. Foing 	12:00
>12. 	ICEUM9 declaration
>	Chair: B. Foing 	15:00 - 15:30
>
>[See web site for more detail. - LRK -]
>Snip
>==============================================================
>http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=34125
>International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG)
>What is ILEWG?
>
>The International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) is a public forum
>sponsored by the world's space agencies to support "international 
>cooperation
>towards a world strategy for the exploration and utilization of the Moon
>- our natural satellite" (International Lunar Workshop, Beatenberg (CH), 
>June 1994).
>
>The Forum is intended to serve three relevant groups:
>    1. actual members of the ILEWG, ie delegates and representatives of the
>participating Space Agencies and organizations - allowing them to discuss
>and possibly harmonize their draft concepts and plans in the spirit of the
>Beatenberg Declaration
>
>    2. team members of the relevant space projects - allowing them to 
>coordinate
>their internal work according to the guidelines provided by the Charter of 
>the ILEWG
>
>    3. members of the general public and of the Lunar Explorer's Society 
>who are
>interested and wish to be informed on the progress of the Moon projects and
>possibly contribute their own ideas
>
>The ILEWG Forum also hosts the Lunar Explorer's Society.
>http://www.lunarexplorers.net/
>
>Snip
>==============================================================
>http://www.lunarexplorers.net/
>Welcome to the online home of the Lunar Explorers Society!
>
>Working for a permanent presence of humanity on the Moon
>The Lunar Explorers Society is an international space advocacy
>organization that aims to promote the exploration of the Moon
>for the benefit of humanity. We believe that the Moon is the
>next and most important step in the human exploration of the
>solar system. We are dedicated to help achieve this goal
>through furthering international cooperation, outreach
>activities and general enlightening of the public. In pursuing
>this aim we hope to bring the best of humanity to the Moon,
>and to bring the benefits of the Moon to all people on Earth
>through a sustainable exploration process.
>
>Snip
>
>==============================================================
>The NSS web site has put a link to the "LUNA GAIA" pdf file.
>- LRK -
>--------------------------------------------------------------
>
>LUNA GAIA: A Closed-Loop Habitat for the Moon. Design for a >90%
>self-sufficient 11-person base by a team of 30 space scientists.
>International Space University, 2007, 168 pages.
>
>http://www.nss.org/settlement/moon/library/index.htm
>
>snip
>
>- LRK -
>The symposium's 168-page report
><http://ssp06.isunet.edu/document/team_project/LunaGaia.pdf> sets down a
>plan for an 11-person base to be located in Peary Crater at the lunar north 
>pole.
>
>Snip
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>
>WHAT THE MIND CAN CONCEIVE, AND BELIEVE, IT WILL ACHIEVE - LRK
>
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