The Global Exploration Roadmap (GER) community workshop has concluded.
Recordings are embedded below; each agenda title links to a pdf of the presenter’s slides.

Day 1

Welcome & Purpose of the Workshop

NASA Exploration Plans – Mark Geyer

Low Earth Orbit – Robyn Gatens

The Lunar Vicinity and the Deep Space Gateway – John Guidi

Deep Space Gateway Enabled Missions to the Lunar Surface pt1 – Ryan Whitley

Deep Space Gateway Enabled Missions to the Lunar Surface pt2 – Ryan Whitley

Deep Space Gateway-Enabling Missions to Mars – Michelle Rucker

Capturing Exploration Scenarios & Plans for Day 2 – Kathy Laurini

Day 2

Objectives/Welcome/Observations-Conclusions from Day 1

Messages related to the Commercial Sector – Kathy Laurini – Nantel Suzuki

Int’l In-situ Resource Utilization Strategy – John Gruener

Status of Space Agency Efforts – Nantel Suzuki

Open-Mic Q&A and Conclusions

About the Global Exploration Roadmap V3.0 Workshop

NASA’s virtual workshop on the Global Exploration Roadmap (GER) was held Nov. 29 and 30, 2017. The workshop was primarily virtual, but seating was available for onsite attendance at the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute, located at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.

Participants engaged in meaningful discussions during this workshop, as NASA provided an overview of updates to the next iteration of the Global Exploration Roadmap, a document authored jointly by 15 contributing space agencies (see the last iteration, here). NASA’s current plans for advancing human missions in deep space were also shared, and our partners and spaceflight industry representatives were invited to comment and provide feedback.

Registration was required for onsite attendance, and encouraged for virtual attendance. Virtual participants had opportunities to comment and ask questions during the workshop through an interactive web platform.

Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: NASA GER webpage

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