LPSC provides a great opportunity for commercial, scientific, and educational organizations to interact with international experts in the lunar and planetary sciences. Exhibitors can display their products and services or conduct hands-on demonstrations.
Exhibitors will be located in the middle of the action in the Town Center Exhibit Area where the student/scientist mixer and evening poster sessions will be held.
1600 Commerce St
Boulder, CO 80301
Powered by endlessly curious people with an unwavering mission focus, Ball Aerospace pioneers discoveries that enable our customers to perform beyond expectation and protect what matters most. We create innovative space solutions, enable more accurate weather forecasts, drive insightful observations of our planet, deliver actionable data and intelligence, and ensure those who defend our freedom go forward bravely and return home safely. Go Beyond with Ball.®
Cambridge University Press
One Liberty Plaza
New York, NY 10006
Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534. We are part of the University of Cambridge and our mission is to unlock people's potential with the best learning and research solutions. Visit our stand to discuss publishing with us, browse our publications, and get a 20% discount.
GSA Planetary Geology Division
501 E. 38th Street
Erie, PA 16546
The Planetary Geology Division (PGD) of the Geological Society of America (GSA) was founded in May 1981, almost 100 years after the founding of GSA in 1888. We invite all interested persons to join the Planetary Geology Division of GSA as we provide a voice for planetary geoscience in the 21st century. At the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, the PGD helps coordinate the Stephen E. Dwornik student presentation competition.
Prost Stabels Vei 22
Skedsmokorset, Akershus 2019
HySpex is a commercial branch of Norsk Elektro Optikk (NEO). Established by laser physics pioneer Tycho Jæger in 1985, NEO's mission is performing advanced research in electro-optics, developing state of the art products for an international market. Involved in hyperspectral imaging since 1995, NEO launched HySpex in 2006. Renowned for stability, flexibility, and superior data quality, HySpex is an ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer of industry-leading VNIR-SWIR hyperspectral imaging systems for both airborne and ground-based applications.
Institute for Earth & Space Exploration
Western Science Centre Rm 121, 1151 Richmond Street
London, ON N6A 3K7
The Institute for Earth and Space Exploration at Western University is the leading organization for Earth and space exploration research and training in Canada. The mission of the Institute is to lead in interdisciplinary research and innovation in Earth and space exploration, and to strengthen and grow the Canadian Earth and space exploration communities through inspiring and training the next generation of scientists, engineers, social scientists, and entrepreneurs.
3700 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, TX 77058
Founded in 2013, Intuitive Machines was formed from practical experience in large, complex space systems development. The people of Intuitive Machines blend deep technical knowledge with practices honed over 40 years of human spaceflight. Intuitive Machines' Lunar Payload and Data Service is on track to deliver commercial payloads for NASA to the lunar surface in 2021 and one mission per year thereafter. Intuitive Machines is partnering with industry and academic institutions to open up the lunar economy.
Bristol, Bristol BS1 6HG
Working closely with the global scientific community has been at the heart of our publishing activity for more than a century. With a portfolio that includes journals, books, conference proceedings, and science news resources, we focus on physics, materials science, biosciences, astronomy and astrophysics, environmental sciences, mathematics, and education. IOP Publishing also publishes on behalf of other scientific organizations. IOP Publishing — delivering impact, recognition, and value to the scientific community.
2224 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77058
At Jacobs, we're challenging today to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world's most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery, and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific, and project delivery for the government and private sector, including comprehensive planetary science research, curation, and analysis services for NASA Johnson Space Center.
JMARS — Mars Space Flight Facility —
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 876305
Tempe, Arizona 85287-6305
JMARS (Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing) is a free, open-source, Java based geospatial information system developed by the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University. It is currently used for mission planning and scientific data analysis by several NASA missions, including Mars Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, Dawn, and OSIRIS-REx.
Lockheed Martin Space
12557 S Wadsworth Blvd
Littleton, Colorado 80127
Lockheed Martin Corporation is an American global aerospace, defense, security, and advanced technologies company with worldwide interests. Lockheed Martin Space (LMS) is focused on design, development, and fielding of space systems and solutions focused on government, civil, and commercial customers and markets. LMS provides systems, solutions, and operations to NASA’s Planetary Science Division, supporting the science community in the execution of Discovery, New Frontiers, Mars, SIMPLEX, and other missions.
LPI-JSC Center for Lunar Science and Exploration
3600 Bay Area Blvd
Houston, TX 77030
The LPI-JSC Center for Lunar Science and Exploration is one of the founding members of the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI). At LPSC, the Center will help faculty find classroom resources, advise university students about future training opportunities, and distribute educational and public outreach materials.
Lunar and Planetary Institute
3600 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77058
The mission of the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) is to advance understanding of the solar system by providing exceptional science, service, and inspiration to the world. Since its inception more than five decades ago, the LPI has played a unique role in the lunar and planetary science community, providing a means for cooperation among NASA, universities, and other research organizations to advance NASA's objectives in planetary science.
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera SOC
PO Box 873603
Tempe, AZ 85287-3603
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Science Operations Center is located at Arizona State University and operates a suite of cameras in orbit of the Moon for the past 10 years.
Meteor Studio — Arizona State University
750 S. Forest Mall Ave
Tempe, AZ 85281
Meteor Studio is a research and design lab that builds augmented reality and virtual reality experiences, tools, frameworks, and systems. Meteor Studio has developed VR/AR tools to explore orbital and ground-based planetary datasets for scientific analysis and outreach.
NASA Goddard Solar System Exploration Division
8800 Greenbelt Road, Code 690
Greenbelt, MD 20771
The Solar System Exploration Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center conducts theoretical and experimental research to explore the solar system and understand the formation and evolution of planetary systems. Our scientists investigate a broad array of planetary science topics, including astrochemistry, planetary atmospheres, geochemistry, geophysics, geodynamics, space geodesy, extrasolar planetary systems, and comparative planetary studies. Come learn more about our scientific research and discoveries, and about internship and career opportunities in the division.
NASA JSC ARES Division
2101 E NASA Pkwy
Houston, TX 77058
The mission of Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science Division (ARES) is to combine scientific and engineering expertise in order to advance human space exploration, to integrate terrestrial and planetary research, and to promote successful space missions by mitigating risk. Our people are the world's leading sample scientists and we curate the most extensive collection of extraterrestrial materials on Earth. The ARES Division performs the physical science research at the Johnson Space Center and is curator for all NASA-held extraterrestrial samples.
NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP)
7178 Columbia Gateway Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) offers U.S. and international scientists the opportunity to advance their research while contributing to NASA’s scientific goals. NASA Postdoctoral Fellows work on one- to three-year assignments with NASA scientists and engineers at NASA centers and institutes. NPP Fellows contribute to our national scientific exploration, confirm NASA's leadership in fundamental research, and complement the efforts of NASA’s partners in the national science community.
NASA Ames Research Center
Building 17 Room 111
Moffett Field, CA 94035
NASA created the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) to address basic and applied scientific questions fundamental to understanding the Moon, near-Earth asteroids, the martian moons Phobos and Deimos, and the near-space environments of these target bodies. As a virtual institute, SSERVI funds investigators at a broad range of domestic institutions, bringing them together along with international partners via virtual technology to enable new scientific efforts.
Planetary Data System
690.1 Building 34/Room S164
Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
The Planetary Data System (PDS) archives electronic data products from NASA planetary missions, and is sponsored by NASA's Science Mission Directorate. It actively manages the archive to maximize its usefulness, and the PDS has become a basic resource for scientists around the world. All PDS-curated products are peer reviewed, well documented, and available online to scientists and to the public without charge. Online search capabilities are also provided.
Planetary Science Institute
1700 E. Fort Lowell
Tucson, AZ 85719
The Planetary Science Institute, founded in 1972, is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the exploration of our solar system and planetary systems around other stars, conveying what we learn to the public. Our supportive community of more than 100 planetary scientists work in 30 states, the District of Columbia, and other international locations. We engage in all areas of planetary exploration, the search for life in the universe, and the expansion of human space activity.
12350 UNIVERSAL DR
TAYLOR, MI 48180-4070
Proto's product line includes powder diffractometers, X-ray tubes, and custom X-ray diffraction systems. Our powder lineup consists of three standard options, which can also be customized to suit your specific application. Our AXRD Benchtop unit is unmatched in capability by any other benchtop system, the AXRD Theta-Theta diffractometer provides an innovative solution for high-temperature diffraction in a compact package, and the full-sized AXRD LPD system is the ultimate platform for advanced diffraction applications.
550 West Stadium Ave.
HAMP Bldg, Room 2169
West Lafayette IN 47907
Purdue's Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) is dedicated to the scientific study of physical, chemical, and dynamical processes. The planetary science group researches the evolution of the solar system and how planets evolve over time due to impacts, geologic, and atmospheric processes, with an eye to the potential for past and future habitability. Come learn about the outstanding opportunities awaiting students interested in our expanding department.
SMD Science Activation Program
300 E Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20546
NASA Science has a new team to help learners of all ages “do” science! Twenty-three competitively-selected teams from across the nation connect NASA science experts, real content, and experiences with community leaders to do science in ways that activate minds and promote understanding.
Texas A&M — Mission Control — SAND-E
College Station, TX 77843
Texas A&M and Mission Control established a public-private partnership to execute the SAND-E: Semi-Autonomous Navigation for Detrital Environments planetary analog project in Iceland during the summer of 2019. The project also included Purdue, Stanford, and Reykjavik Universities, and NASA Johnson Space Center participated. Texas A&M, through the Aggie Space Alliance, brings expertise in space research through nearly all disciplines on campus including geoscience, engineering, construction science, and more. Come discuss our research and collaboration opportunities.
TRR170 — Late Accretion Onto Terrestrial Planets
The late growth history of the terrestrial planets, from the last giant collisions with planetary embryos to the subsequent late bombardment with smaller objects, is of critical importance for understanding the early chemical differentiation processes and the evolution of the terrestrial planets. The goal of this research program is to improve our current understanding of the late-accretion history of the Earth, its Moon, and other terrestrial planets from 4.5 to 3.8 billion years ago.
2255 N. Gemini Drive
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Since the Apollo era, USGS Astrogeology has played a fundamental role in maximizing the science return from planetary exploration. That legacy continues today as Astrogeology develops state-of-the-art software and foundational data products, coordinates NASA's geologic mapping program, runs the PDS imaging node, conducts scientific research, and trains the next generation of astronauts. Connect with Astrogeology on Twitter (@USGS_AstroGeo), Instagram (@usgs_astrogeology), and Facebook (@USGSAstrogeology)!
Exhibit Set-up –
March 16 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Exhibits must be ready for the Opening of Exhibits that evening. All exhibits must be removed by noon on March 20.
Exhibit Hours –
The exhibit area will be open from Monday through Thursday, with official exhibit hours held during the events listed below:
- March 16 – Opening of Exhibits
Immediately following NASA Night until 9:00 p.m.
March 17 and 19 – Poster Sessions
The exhibit hall will open each day at 9:00 a.m., but exhibitors are only required to be at their booths during the official exhibit hours noted above.
Questions about exhibits may be directed to [email protected].