On 2 April 2020, NASA released the “Plan for Sustained Lunar Exploration and Development,” in response to direction from the National Space Council. As humanity works to develop a “vibrant Earth-Moon future,” we must think not only about role of space agencies and the technologies required, but also about the economic conditions needed to sustain humanity in space.

ASCENDxCo-Lab attendees joined an esteemed panel of experts on 29 July during a virtual collaborative working session to identify both the technology and information gaps, and the economic conditions needed to support long term settlement of the moon and Mars.

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The ASCENDxCo-Lab on Economically Viable Lunar Settlement was made possible by the generous support of our underwriters. Please visit their websites for more information.

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