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ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration Summary Report published

Noordwijk, The Netherlands: 20 July 2010.

The ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration envisions how the space-faring nations of Earth can collaborate in exploring the Moon using the coordinated assets of many space agencies. It marks the first time that a group of space agencies has worked together to define a complex human exploration scenario. This document can be used to inform preparatory planning and decision-making within participating agencies. It represents a concrete step towards realising the vision of the Global Exploration Strategy, which identified the Moon as one of the key destinations for future human space exploration.

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