Canada Reaches For The Moon
2021 Canadian Lunar Workshop
June 14 - 16, 2021
The Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) first-ever Canadian Workshop on the Moon was held from June 14 to 16.
Through this event, the CSA aimed to bring together Canada’s key players in the field of space exploration so that Canada will play an important part in missions to the Moon and eventually to Mars. Space exploration leads to discoveries and benefits, particularly in health, robotics and international collaboration, that will have a positive impact on all Canadians for generations to come. The Canadian Lunar Workshop was a great success: over 500 participants attended online. The presentations covered a wide range of topics related to lunar exploration. We wish to thank all our co-chairs, our guest speakers and the more than 100 speakers for the quality content that has been presented in this program. Workshop participants can help us better prepare for future events in responding to this short survey. The program and abstracts can be consulted in PDF format or online from your Oxford Abstract account. The online version allows access to posters and presentations. The Organizing Committee wishes to thank all the participants to this first Canadian Lunar Workshop.
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Presentations and e-posters are available on Oxford Abstracts. Click on the workshop session you are interested in to view the presentation, or visit the e-poster gallery. Those that want to make their presentation available can do so from their Oxford Abstracts account. Click here for further instructions.