The year 2010 will see an unprecedented amount of new data on lunar composition and volatile content become available from a suite of successful orbital missions and surface impactors. This session will highlight the expertise that already exists, the gaps which remain in our current knowledge, and the technology developments that are required for Canada to play a key role as an international partner in future lunar missions. We invite a wide range of contributions related to lunar exploration missions and experiments in the fields of Lunar Exploration Architecture, Planetary Sciences, Space Technologies, Operational and Occupational Space Medicine, Astronomy, Life and Physical Sciences, Advanced Life Support, Astromaterials, Analogue Missions, ISRU, Remote Sensing, and Planetary Database Management.  For more information or to submit an abstract, visit www.casi.ca.

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