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Workshop on Lunar, Planetary Exploration

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Workshop Focuses on Lunar, Planetary Exploration

The Earth's nearest celestial neighbor, the moon, received frequent visitors during the 1960s and early 1970s culminating in six landings by humans during the Apollo Program. In recent years, numerous robotic orbiters and landers have returned to the moon, Mars and beyond, creating new interest in the technology needed for extraterrestrial exploration.

Scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs interested in research beyond Earth recently participated in the 4th International Workshop on Lunar Science and Technology Applications. Taking place in Cocoa Beach, Fla., April 8 through 11, the event was designed to foster collaborative work among those interested in solving the challenges of exploring the solar system.

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