Lunar Power System Technical Committee Membership
The Lunar Power Systems Technical
Committee is responsible for developing technical plans and economic
models for all of the systems that generate, store, and transmit electrical
power for Artemis Base and associated facilities. This includes lunar mobile
vehicles and other surface transportation systems but not necessarily space
vehicles or the orbital transfer stations. Concerns include forcasting
requirements, researching and suggesting technologies for particular applications,
and coordinating power generation and storage not only for Artemis uses
but for external paying customers.
Also, see the Committee Work Breakdown
for a more precise description of the work to be accomplished.
Members - These are people who are actively involved in the various
tasks of the LPSTC. They are doing the actual work of the Project Team
Reps - To provide a far-reaching influence, there are LPSTC representatives
for other Technical Committees, which keep a long-term frame of mind in
important decisions and provide input as to the developments in other committees.
Observers - Not considered official members, observers are people
who want to stay informed of what goes on in the LPSTC, usually by being included in the APTC mailing list or related
|Gregory R. Bennett
Joining the Lunar Power Systems Technical Committee
The LPSTC always welcomes new members,
reps, or observers. If you would like to join the LPSTC, please send mail
with the type of member you would like to be to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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