The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group scheduled for August 31–September 2, 2021, will be held virtually.
Purpose and Scope
The Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (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.
The theme of the 2021 Annual Meeting is “Lunar Science and Exploration in the Next Five Years.” It will feature updates from NASA HQ, current and planned lunar missions, Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) providers, and others. The meeting will also engage and showcase the early-career lunar community.
In addition, this year’s LEAG meeting will highlight the contributions of early-career researchers in the lunar community, especially as they relate to the next five years of lunar exploration. In holding with this theme, we would like to have a Featured Early-Career presentation on Day 1 of the meeting.
Any early-career researcher (including current students and those within five years of graduation) who would like to be considered for this presentation can indicate their interest by checking the appropriate box on the abstract submission form. Abstracts from early-career researchers that explicitly link to the meeting theme of “lunar science and exploration in the next five years” will be considered for the featured presentation.
Please direct any questions to Erica Jawin (JawinE@si.edu).
Code of Conduct
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