Future Exploration of the Moon and Small Bodies
July 20-22, 2012
About the workshop
The 2012 New Media Practitioners Professional Development Workshop brought 17 bloggers, podcasters, and other science communicators to LASP for a two-day intensive workshop with space scientists. The workshop was a collaborative professional development opportunity for attendees to learn about current issues surrounding future exploration of the Moon and other small bodies in our Solar System. The Colorado Center for Lunar Dust and Atmospheric Studies (CCLDAS) sponsored the event.
For more information, please see the workshop recap, or read the post-workshop summary report at https://lasp.colorado.edu/home/ccldas/files/2012/07/CCLDASWorkshopSUMMARY_2012.pdf.
- Earth’s Moon and lunar dust
- Asteroids and comets
- Google Lunar X PRIZE
- The moons of Mars: Phobos and Deimos
- Dr. Ed Beshore: Deputy Principal Investigator for Osiris-REx; Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona
- Dr. Daniel Britt: co-investigator for Mars Pathfinder and Deep Space 1; Department of Physics, University of Central Florida
- Dr. Richard Dissly: Senior Manager, Science Business Development, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation
- Dr. Mihály Horányi: PI for CCLDAS; LASP scientist; Department of Physics, University of Colorado Boulder
- Dr. Hal Levison: SWIFT co-author; Department of Space Studies, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
- Dr. Alan Stern: PI for New Horizons; former NASA executive; Department of Space Studies, SwRI