EMMPOL 10&11: Analog missions at the Analog Astronaut Training Center in Poland

EMMPOL10 & Mars Society Belgium Event Invitation

The EMMPOL missions stem from the collaboration between EuroMoonMars and the Analog Astronaut Training Center in Poland. In 2018, AATC established a laboratory to simulate space environment for scientific experiments focused on space biology and medicine. The facility is located in Rzepiennik, Southern Poland.

LICA EuroMoonMars main campaign in Atacama Chile

EMM scouting campaign, Laguna Turquesa at salar de Pedernales (3300 m asl). Credit: Bernard Foing, EuroMoonMars Chile

The 2022 LICA/EMM expedition took place from 21 February to 5 March 2022 with 10 days spent in high altitude (from 3300 m to 6600 m Ojos del Salado). Experiments were conducted in geophysics, geochemistry, volcanology, microbiology/astrobiology, high altitude health and medicine. A mobile laboratory and diverse instruments were used.

First gallery of Art&Science in Space: together to ISS, Moon and Mars

The Moon Gallery

We fly the Moon Gallery Test Flight with Nanoracks to the International Space Station aboard the NG-17 rocket within the framework of a Northrop Grumman Cygnus NG-17 resupply mission on 19 February of 2022, from Wallops Island Virginia. This edition of the gallery 8x8 grid features 1 cm3 cells housing 64 physical artifacts and one engraved AR artwork.

JWST LAUNCH: EuroMoonMars & Space Renaissance Virtual Event

JWST Event Invitation

The Webb Telescope gave humanity a great Christmas present on last 25th December, when it successfully completed its launch and the first steps of the mission. It was an epoch-making event that marked the beginning of a new era in the observation of our Universe.

European-Built Service Module Arrives in U.S. for First Orion Moon Mission

The European Service Module for NASA's Orion spacecraft is loaded on an Antonov airplane in Bremen, Germany. Credits: NASA

[NASA Press Release - 06.11.2018]

ILOA and Canadensys Aerospace announce Lunar Optics Program in continued partnership for Lunar South Pole Observatory

ILOA Director Steve Durst inspects ILO-1 payload development activities at Canadensys. Credits: ILOA.

[ILOA Press Release - 27.07.2017]
The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA), based in Hawaii, and Toronto-based Canadensys Aerospace Corporation, announce a new program for their continued collaboration to develop the payload for the International Lunar Observatory mission (ILO-1) to the Moon’s South Pole in 2019.

Deadline For $30 Million Google Lunar XPRIZE Extended To End Of 2016

Google Lunar Xprize logo. Credits: Xprize

[GLXP Press Release - 12.12.2014]
XPRIZE, the global leader in incentivized prize competition, today announced that the deadline for the $30M Google Lunar XPRIZE has been officially extended until December 31, 2016. As part of this revised timeline, at least one team must provide documentation of a scheduled launch by December 31, 2015 for all teams to move forward in the competition.

Destination: Moon

ESA has released this beautiful and informative video called Destination: Moon about lunar exploration, enjoy!

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