Terrestrial Analogs For Lunar Science And Exploration: A Systematic Approach

Pascal Lee, Andrew Abercromby, Stephen Braham, Matthew Deans, Terrence W. Fong, Brian Glass, Stephen Hoffman, Christopher McKay, Jonathan Nelson, Marcelo Vasquez, and Nicholas Wilkinson
Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR, October, 2008.


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Abstract
The planning of a range of future human activities on the Moon requires the use of terrestrial analogs to help these activities be as safe, productive, and cost-effective as possible. We discuss key features of a systematic approach to selecting terrestrial analogs for lunar exploration operations planning.

Keywords
planetary exploration, analog

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Text Reference
Pascal Lee, Andrew Abercromby, Stephen Braham, Matthew Deans, Terrence W. Fong, Brian Glass, Stephen Hoffman, Christopher McKay, Jonathan Nelson, Marcelo Vasquez, and Nicholas Wilkinson, "Terrestrial Analogs For Lunar Science And Exploration: A Systematic Approach," Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR, October, 2008.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Deans_2008_6204,
   author = "Pascal Lee and Andrew Abercromby and Stephen Braham and Matthew Deans and Terrence W Fong and Brian Glass and Stephen Hoffman and Christopher McKay and Jonathan Nelson and Marcelo Vasquez and Nicholas Wilkinson",
   title = "Terrestrial Analogs For Lunar Science And Exploration: A Systematic Approach",
   booktitle = "Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR",
   month = "October",
   year = "2008",
   number = "4126",
}