Tomorrow (28 February) is the final day of the conference. Hopefully, wifi willing, and without any other commitments interfering I should be live blogging from 0830h for the Lunar Architecture Update plenary session
Moderator: Mr. Doug Cooke, Deputy Associate Administrator, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, NASA
"NASA and 13 other Space Agencies led the development of the Global Exploration Strategy defining Themes and Objectives for exploring the moon. Lunar Architecture Teams (LAT 1 and 2)provided an architecture framework addressing objectives important to NASA while other Space Agencies such as ESA are defining an architecture focusing on their prioritization of objectives. This panel discusses the status of NASA and ESA lunar architecture activities, and discusses collaboration activities with international and commercial entities."
Mr. Geoffrey Yoder, Integration Office Director, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, NASA
Ms. Sandy Coleman, Director, NASA Exploration Program, ATK Washington Operations
Dr. Scott Hensley, Principal Engineer, NASA JPL
Then the final session is from 1000h to 1100h and is called
"Perspectives from the Hill"
Mr. Paul Carliner, Principal, Carliner Strategies, LLC
Dr. Leslee Gilbert, Republican Staff Director, House Committee on Science and Technology (invited)