The Workshop & Symposium, will present various matters for the growth of the Moon Village community and lunar activities, discussing on-going and planned Moon programs, and bringing together stakeholders and lunar community. A big audience is expected from all over the world representing space and non-space companies, space agencies, international organizations, researchers and the wider public.
MVA 2020 – Day 1
MVA 2020 – Day 2
The Presentations Repository contains the 14 presentations, that were shown live during the symposium, and another 34 presentations that were selected to be hosted in the repository of presentations.
Description: Diverse Presentations on Lunar Exploration and Settlement, selected from Call for Presentations
Michelle Hanlon, USA, For All Moonkind
Is section 9 the most important of The Artemis Accords?
Maria Lucas-Rhimbassen, Canada/France
Versus “Moonopolies” & “Fort McMoonies”
John Rummel, USA
A Framework for Environmental Stewardship and Economic Development of the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies: Options for COSPAR and the International Partners Under the Artemis
Nelly Offord Harlé, United Kingdom, SSTL
Lunar support services – Providing data-relay comms and navigation to you missions, wherever they are
Moataz AbdelAzim, Egypt, MVA PESC – Egypt
MVA Egypt – Egypt’s National Lunar Exploration Roadmap
Sahba El-Shawa, Jordan, MVA PESC – Jordan
MVA PESC – Jordan Rand the Valley of the Moon
Adrian Stoica, USA, JPL
Lunar Land Survey
Oleksandr Berdnyk, Ukraine, Yuzhnoye
[Yuzhnoye] Lunar Transport Evolution, Transportation Vehicles and Infrastructure
Uri Greisman Ran, Israel
Lunar Mapping Mission Design
Gennaro Russo, Italy
OrbiTecture: New Paradigms for Space Habitats
Meeradevi Kathaliyil, India
Michael Waltemathe, Germany
Building the Moon Village: Human Culture on Another Celestial Body
Shoyo Hyodo, Japan
Moon Vision and Living Image on the Moon
Athena Vourgos, Cyprus – Junior Presentation
How will communities be created when creating a colony on the moon?
The Presentations Repository contains all above presentations (14) – which will be shown live during this session, and another 34 presentations that were selected to be hosted in the repository of presentations.
In total 48 presentations are in the repository and are available to all registrants to download and view.
Giuseppe ReibaldiPresident, Moon Village Association
"The Moon Village Association’s mission is unique, bridging together both spacefaring and non-spacefaring nations offering them the opportunity to play a role in its realization. There is no other organization on the international scene having such a mission.
Our global role of fostering international lunar cooperation and peace – is aiming to establish a common level playing field for lunar activities through the Moon Village Principles as common practices for sustainable lunar activities for lunar stakeholders, worldwide, to adopt and use in their programs."
George A DanosPresident, Cyprus Space Exploration Organisation
"The return to the Moon and the creation of a permanent base on the Lunar surface are major goals for humanity; goals that can be achieved through international collaboration and a uniting effort. The Moon Village Association has been instrumental in facilitating global collaboration between all relevant stakeholders.
Cyprus through its crossroads location and its long history in being a catalyser of friendship between nations, is the ideal location to gather together to take the next steps in the exploration of the moon and beyond."
International Programme Committee