THE ARTEMIS PROJECT
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE ON THE MOON
1998 Milwaukee
Section 1.6.2.1.1998.
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Artemis Project Program Plans for ISDC 1998

Here is the provisional setup for ASI participation in ISDC 1998. There is one Moon-dedicated room, Executive AB, theater seating 140, which will carry Moon-related programming throughout.

Friday

Friday morning: 9:00-11:00 LEA closed meeting 11:00-12:00 ASI #1 Your Ticket to the Moon: Artemis Project Overview Friday afternoon: 1:30- 3:30 ASI #2 Returning to the Moon in Style: Artemis Project Reference Mission 2:30- 4:30 ASI #3 Breakout Session: Artemis Project Reference Mission 3:30- 5:30 ASI #5 You Can Make It Happen: Artemis Society International 4:30-06:30 ASI #6 Artemis Society Workshop 2:00- 5:00 ASI #4 Workshop on Early Lunar Mission Spacecraft for the Artemis Project Friday evening: Video room. Offerings include Plymouth movie.

Saturday

All day: other Moon related panels and presentations

Sunday

Sunday morning: 9:00-12:00 ASI #7 Communication for the Moonbase Team: Artemis Society Electronic Communication Technical Committee Meeting 9:00-10:00 Lunar Prospector Findings, 10:00-11:00 History of Lunar Prospector, 11:00-12:00 ASI presentation #1, repeat Sunday afternoon and evening: 1:30- 2:30 ASI #8 The Business of the Moon 2:30- 3:30 ASI #9 The Business of the Moon - Workshop 3:30- 4:30 Lunar Industries Association panel 4:30- 5:30 ASI #10 Together, We Will Make it Happen 8:00-10:00 ASI #11 Four Workshops on Coordinating Space Development

Monday

Monday morning: 10:00-11:00 ASI #12 Artemis Society Office of Space Flight Meeting 12:00- 1:00 ASI #13 Living on the Moon

(Could advance this programming to 9 am if there is a consensus that no one wants to go to the Plenary Session at 9 am - Bob Zubrin on the "Colonization of Mars")


Other Programs at ISDC

Notice I have tried to avoid all conflict with other moon-related programming, but you will be up against other interesting stuff.

For example --
Friday morning: Mir and Space Station Alpha;
Symposium on space tourism;
robotics and teleoperation, Business workshop (1)
plus two other good workshops (Project to use Earth-based radar to detect near surface lunar lavatubes, brainstorming a triple helix space settlement)
Friday afternoon: Symposium on Space Settlements;
Space transportation, Spaceports, X-Prize;
Advanced propulsion systems, new launchers;
Business workshop (2),
one other good workshops (Commercial Space Legislation)

Saturday Morning: Sympoosium on Space and Lunar-based energy systems;
Symposium on Space Social Studies, SEDS programming,
three good workshops (Moon/Mars/Space Constitutions, Demonstrating Mars Aviation on Earth, Planetary Studies workshop)

Saturday afternoon: NSS Town Meeting,
Activist Program,
Involvement Program,
Seds program,
three good workshops (Space Social Sciences, Mars Hovercraft design brainstorming, Frontier Fiction writers workshop)

Saturday evening: a midwestern picnic at the Third Street Pier before boarding the Edelweiss Excursion boat(s) down river and out into the Lake Michigan harbor, with talk "Cruising Mare Crisium" by Greg (second boat, if needed, by P. Kokh)

Sunday morning: JPL missions, Europa, Asteroids, Comets;
Symposium on Exploring Mars;
Educators Program, Nanotechnology, Tethers, and Processing,
plus one good workshops (one of which may be on getting started "The University of Luna in Cyberspace" - "U-LuCy")

Sunday afternoon: CELSS, biospherics, Green engineering, Human factors enginerering;
Symposium on the Economics of the Opening of Mars,
Educators program, Remote sensing, data mining, detectable signatures of starships;
plus two good workshops (Putting together a teachers workbook on the Economic Geography of the Solar System; Brainstorming a manned mission into Europa's Ocean)


Time is working against any elaborate exhibits, so it may be time to get more realistic. Let me know if there will be any ASI/LRC displays. The League of New Worlds (Merrit Island, FL exploring analogies between seabed and space habitats) hopes to have their two man Challenger seabed habitat module ready in time to truck to ISDC, probably to be displayed outdoors.

Feedback, objections, suggestions, etc. welcome.

Peter

1998 Milwaukee

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