Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium Spring Meeting
Monday, April 24, 2023 -Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Venue: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
Deputy Administrator, NASA
Assistant Director for Space Security and Special Projects, White House OSTP
Kurt "Spuds" Vogel
Director of Space Architecture, NASA
Associate Administrator, NASA STMD
Deputy Associate Administrator for Programs, NASA STMD
The LSIC 2023 Spring Meeting will focus on the United States, NASA, and Space Tech’s vision for a sustained presence on the lunar surface. Panels, discussions, and working sessions will include topics such as long-term use cases for infrastructure on the lunar surface, technology developments, and discussing a community white paper aimed to capture the community’s perspective on the infrastructure and technology developments needed to support transition from a mostly NASA-supported presence to industry or other public or private participants.
Day 1 Keynote Speakers:
Day 2 Keynote Panel:
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