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DAP Workshops

Hosted by CCLDAS, the Lunar Dust, Atmosphere, and Plasma (DAP) workshops are forums to discuss our current understanding of the Moon and to share results from past and ongoing missions. These meetings focus on open lunar science questions, the status and future of modeling and laboratory experimental capabilities, and the required measurements and instrument capabilities for future investigations from orbit and on the lunar surface.

Past workshops

Lunar Dust, Atmosphere, and Plasma (DAP) 2012: Environment of the Moon and Small Bodies
June 6—8, 2012
Boulder, Colo.

Lunar Dust, Atmosphere, and Plasma (DAP) 2010: The Next Steps
January 27—29, 2010
Boulder, Colo.

DAP 2012 participants gather at the LASP SPSC building in Boulder, Colorado on June 6, 2012. (Courtesy LASP)