Planetary Sciences Community Meetings Calendar

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July 11, 2022

Lunar Surface Science Workshop — Virtual Session 17: Defining a Coordinated Lunar Resource Evaluation Campaign , Virtual
Evaluate the potential of local resources, particularly ice deposits at the lunar poles, in sustaining human exploration of the Moon.

August 23-25, 2022

Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group , Laurel, Maryland/Virtual
LEAG was established in 2004 to support NASA in providing analysis of scientific, technical, commercial, and operational issues supporting lunar exploration objectives and their implications for lunar architecture planning and activity prioritization.

October 26-28, 2022

Apollo 17 ANGSA Workshop , Houston, Texas
New insights of the Moon from Apollo 17. ANGSA: A Model for Future Exploration of the Moon. The Apollo 17 surface activities, capabilities, training, crew makeup, and operations are an invaluable baseline for future human endeavors on the Moon’s surface during Artemis missions. New analyses of Apollo 17 samples enabled by ANGSA, NASA’s research and analysis funding programs, independent synthesis, and recent orbital and landed missions (e.g., LRO, LADEE, GRAIL, LCROSS, SELENE, Chandraynaan-1, and Chang’e missions) have fundamentally changed many of our concepts for the geology of the TLV as well as the Moon. The goals of this workshop include: - Revisiting the TLV by integrating new geologic and exploration context, new ANGSA sample data, orbital observations, and the full breadth of data sets from all six Apollo landed missions for a fuller understanding of the Moon, the Sun, and the Earth. - Establishing links among multiple generations of lunar scientists and engineers as we prepare for our future on the Moon. - Focusing on scientific and design lessons learned from both Apollo and from ANGSA in preparation for near-term human exploration of the Moon.

November 2-4, 2022

Lunar Polar Volatiles Conference , Houston, Texas/Virtual
The conference will focus on discussions on the current state of knowledge of volatiles in the lunar polar regions and outstanding questions to be addressed by missions anticipated in the next several years.

March 13-17, 2023

54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 
This conference brings together international specialists in petrology, geochemistry, geophysics, geology, and astronomy to present the latest results of research in planetary science.