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Latest Conference News:

ILC2003 Program is now posted. Click here to view.

Updated! Abstracts are now posted on the ILC2003 website. Click here to view.

Notice: Conference registrations will be non- refundable as of Wednesday 08 October.

New! Waikoloa Beach Marriott Hotel registration form is now available for download. Click here for travel and lodging information.

About the ILC2003
The International Lunar Conference 2003 is a decisive week-long gathering of American and international space program representatives, scientists and engineers, astronomers, business people and entrepreneurs, educators and enthusiasts -- all seeking to develop global and inter-global understandings, strategies, initiatives and enterprises leading to a permanent human presence on our Moon within the decade.
Click here for the latest Conference program/schedule, including invited participants, speakers and presentations.
Click here for Conference registration information.
National / International Organizing Committee: Steve Durst, Michael Cerney, Charles Bohannan, Jennifer Valcov (Space Age Publishing Company); David Schrunk, Brad Blair, Gregory Nemitz, Eligar Sadeh, Michael Duke (USA); Li Furong (China); Bernard Foing, Barbara Imhof (Europe); Erik Galimov, Vladislav Ivashkin (Russia); Hitoshi Mizutani, Yasuyuki Matsumoto (Japan); Narendra Bhandari (India)
Technical / Program Committee: Paul D. Lowman, Jr., Wendell Mendell, Jeffrey Taylor, Alex Ignatiev, Peter Chen, David Byrne (USA); Vladislav Shevchenko, Nikolai Abrosimov, Vladimir Plokhikh (Russia); Guiseppe Racca, Per Bodin, Bernard Foing (Europe); Takashi Nakajima (Japan); George Joseph (India); Ouyang Ziyuan, Nan Rendong, Ju Hehua (China)
Local Organizing Committee: Leilehua Yuen, Alexa Russell, George Russell, Ken Charon, Clint Sloan
International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) Representatives: Bernard Foing, Jean-Pierre Swings, Guiseppe Racca, David Hall, Horst Uwe Keller (Europe); Michael Duke, Carle Pieters, Stephen Saunders (USA); Hitoshi Mizutani, Takizawa Yoshisada (Japan); Erik Galimov, Sasha Basilevsky (Russia); Narendra Bhandari (India); Li Furong (China)
Call For Papers -- Abstract Deadline was 31 August, 2003.

Papers are actively solicited appropriate to any topic of any session listed in the program/schedule.
An abstract in English should be no more than one page size of 8.5 X 11" (216 X 279.5 mm), single-spaced, with author(s) clearly indicating the merits of their contribution, relevance to conference and the covered areas. One additional supporting page with illustrations and/or data may be useful. Starting in the top quarter of the page, include: title of paper, authors' full name, affiliation, mailing address, email, phone and fax info; and one or two keywords to give the presentation the best place in a suitable session.
Submissions are preferred via email (news@spaceagepub.com) as Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) attachments.
The deadline of abstract submission or notice of intent to submit was 15 August 2003 (extension request required); notification of acceptance is 11 Sep.

Poster session: Poster presentations are actively solicited for Conference display on 20-21 Nov.
Art Exhibit: Let your imagination soar ‘To The Moon’ at the Space Art Show featuring works by Hawaii Island artists in a variety of media.


Organizations that wish to co-sponsor the International Lunar Conference 2003 will receive name and logo recognition in conference brochures, programs and website, and appropriate level privileges (banners, tables, etc.). Sponsorship levels are as follows:
• Promotional - assist in promotion and advertisement of ILC2003 through publications, conferences, meetings announcements, etc.
• Special Event - cover cost of coffee break, refreshment, breakfast, luncheon or other dinner event.
• Financial - provide a monetary contribution to cover program, event or other conference-related costs.

For co-sponsorship opportunities, please contact us for more information.
Travel and Lodging
The official hotel of the ILC 2003 is the Waikoloa Beach Marriott on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii Island, Hawaii. Resting on the beachfront of beautiful Anaehoomalu Bay with stunning views of Mauna Kea, the luxurious Marriott hotel has been host to several space and astronomical related conferences over the past two years and is well appointed to ILC2003 business concerns.
Please click here for complete details including alternative lodging and travel assistance.
New! Waikoloa Beach Marriott Hotel registration form is now available for download. Click here for travel and lodging information.
Hawaii Space Tours
Hawaii Space Tours is making its world premiere at ILC2003 as a specially-crafted tour service dedicated to promoting Hawaii as a globally strategic setting for space and lunar science, commerce and tourism. It is the culmination of over 15 years of research by the Hawaii Island Space Exploration Society (HISES) on the feasibility of space tourism in Hawaii...click here for more information.
Contact Us

Space Age Publishing Company
75-5751 Kuakini Highway
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740 USA

Phone: 808-326-2014
Fax: 808-326-1825
Email: news@spaceagepub.com
Web: http://www.spaceagepub.com


This page last updated 16 November 2003