The NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) is uniquely poised to bring people together via the realm of science, where the pinnacle of success is sharing results with the world. NASA is seen as a leader in space science, making the SSERVI a natural moderator in the international conversation for the field.

SSERVI’s International Partnerships Program provides collaboration opportunities for researchers within the global science community, as well as the international education/ public outreach community. International partners are invited to participate in all aspects of the Institutes activities and programs on a no-exchange-of-funds basis.

Non-U.S. science organizations can propose to become either Associate or Affiliate members of the SSERVI on a no-exchange-of-funds basis. Affiliate partnerships are with non-government institutions; the majority of agreements will be Affiliate. Associate partnerships are government-to-government agreements; this includes space agencies.

Click here to find out how to apply to the International Partners Program.

Visit our Collaboration Technology Requirements page for more information on the technical aspects of SSERVI’s virtual collaborations.


ELS 2020

LVWWW – Canceled

NESF2020 – Virtual

LSSW – Postponed

Lunar Landing Workshop

Upcoming Events

March


LPSC 51
CANCELED (The Woodlands, TX)

Lunar Surface Science Workshop
POSTPONED (Denver, CO)

April


Lunar Volatiles Workshop Without Walls
CANCELED (Virtual)

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SSERVI Team Science

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On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon.

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