Issue 23-18, Jul 2, 2023
1. DPS-EPSC ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENSION TO JULY 12
2. UPCOMING DPS-EPSC DEADLINES
3. TRAVEL GRANTS
4. SPECIAL ISSUE OF ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH: LUNAR ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS RESULTING FROM HUMAN EXPLORATION AND OCCUPATION OF THE MOON
DPS-EPSC ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENSION TO JULY 12
The DPS-EPSC Science Organizing Committee (SOC) is excited to provide an excellent science program for the upcoming meeting in downtown San Antonio, TX and online on Oct 1 – 6th.
The abstract deadline has been extended to Wednesday July 12th.
One first-author scientific abstract is permitted per individual; a total of up to two first-author abstracts are permitted if at least one is in the area of historical astronomy, workforce, education, outreach or DEIA (diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility).
Please reach out to the DPS-EPSC chairs (Akos Kereszturi, Stavro Lambrov, and Tracy Becker – [email protected]) with any questions you may have.
UPCOMING DPS-EPSC DEADLINES:
- 6 July: Workshop proposals due
- 12 July: Abstract deadline
- 14 July: Splinter Meeting proposals due
- 8 August: Meeting volunteer form due
- 17 August: Early registration deadline
- 8 September: Marriott Rivercenter Hotel reservation deadline
See also the Solar Eclipse Planning Workshop in San Antonio beforehand, 29-30 September.
Main Meeting Website Is Here:
If you have any questions regarding DPS-EPSC 2023, please contact the AAS meetings team at 202-328-2010 or [email protected].
Note that travel grants are available for early career folks, underrepresented minority communities, and dependent care.
SPECIAL ISSUE OF ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH: LUNAR ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS RESULTING FROM HUMAN EXPLORATION AND OCCUPATION OF THE MOON
We wish to announce a special issue of Advances in Space Research, entitled ‘Lunar Environment Effects resulting from Human Exploration and Occupation of the Moon’. Papers should focus on research concerning the environment of the Moon, its influence on humans and human systems on the Moon and in the Moon’s vicinity, and the effect of human exploration on the lunar environment. We encourage research concerning limits to human exposure on the lunar surface under different conditions, the various effects on human systems on the Moon and efforts to enhance protection. We encourage papers concerning the scientific value of the Moon and possible efforts to preserve scientifically valuable environments.
Papers to be included in this special issue will be accepted until January 30, 2024. All papers must be submitted through the Elsevier Editorial Manager System (EM) for ASR. The papers should be designated for the special issue upon submission. There are no page limits for individual articles.
While ASR does not have any publication costs, there is a charge for the printing of color pages. All papers will be refereed by a minimum of two individuals.
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