22 June 2017
Institut d'Astrophysique De Paris
Europe/Paris timezone
The Moon will provide a unique environment for astronomy. This workshop will offer an opportunity for getting an updated view of the unique potential offered by the Moon as the next step for the development of astronomy by the properties of space, combined with the advantages of the terrestrial environment. Domains of astrophysics such as cosmology, ultra-high resolution imaging in radio to the visible range and far-infrared spectroscopy could radically benefit from lunar science. The workshop will terminate in the afternoon with visits to the ESA and CNES stands at the Le Bourget International Air Show and a talk by the ESA DG on the design of a future lunar village.
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Europe/Paris
Institut d'Astrophysique De Paris
Amphitheatre
98bis Boulevard Arago, 75014 Paris, France
Sponsored by ESA, IAP and ILP