Planetary Sciences Community Meetings Calendar

Organized by LPI/USRA

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June 16-21, 2024

European Lunar Symposium 2024, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
This conference brings together the European scientific community involved in lunar science and exploration and the international experts engaged in lunar missions. Particular emphasis will be given to the science and technology of future explorative missions, the in-situ resource utilization and the presentation of the results from mission studies preparatory to future human exploration on the lunar surface.

August 20, 2024

Lunar Surface Science Workshop Virtual Session 24: Science Drivers and Capabilities for Lunar Surface Habitat Research Facilities , Virtual
The overall goal of this virtual workshop is to bring together scientific and technical professionals to suggest and discuss lunar science priority activities related to physical sciences, space biology, human biomedical sciences, fundamental physics, astrobiology, astrophysics, and heliophysics. This workshop is intended for researchers at any level (student to senior professional), including academia, Research and Development (R&D) industry, and government. It will include presentations from key stakeholders, posters, and breakout discussions to capture community input, and aims to advance NASA’s understanding of the research community’s perspective on scientific drivers and associated capabilities for lunar surface habitat research facilities that enable and support scientific and commercial enterprises.

October 28-30, 2024

2024 Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group , Houston, Texas/Virtual
The Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG) supports NASA in providing analysis of scientific, technical, commercial, and operational issues in support of lunar exploration objectives and their implications for lunar architecture planning and activity prioritization. The annual meeting brings together community members from their respective sub-fields (science, exploration, academia, commercial, etc.) to support the exploration of the Moon. This meeting will include an opportunity for virtual participation.

January 28-30, 2025

Itokawa and the Dawn of Asteroidal Sample Return Workshop , Houston, Texas/Virtual
This workshop will highlight and focus on Itokawa samples, the Hayabusa mission, asteroid-meteorite connections, and other past, present, and future asteroidal sample return missions through a combination of invited and contributed presentations, panel discussions, and LPI lab tours. The LPI’s Expanding NASA’s Community of Planetary Sample Scientists (ENComPSS) program is supporting this workshop at the Lunar and Planetary Institute. Although the emphasis of the workshop will be on in-person participation, opportunities for virtual participation will be available.