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First Convention of Lunar Explorers
First Convention of Lunar Explorers
8 Feb 2001
(Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

The 1st Convention of Lunar Explorers, organised by LUNEX, ILEWG and ESA, will be held Palais de la Decouverte, Paris, on 8-10 March 2001. ESA's SMART-1 mission to the Moon will be presented to the public and the press. The Lunar Explorers Society (LUNEX) is an international organisation created in July 2000, which aims to promote the exploration of the Moon for the benefit of humanity.

LUNEX wants to bridge the gap between space agencies and the general public to promote planetary exploration and space. The 1st Convention will allow the discussion of the science of the Moon, technology, future utilisation of the Moon, lunar bases, public outreach and education, lunar and planetary exploration, and the recommendations of Young Lunar Explorers.

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