Astrobotic's flight-ready lunar lander structure will featured July 19-21 at NASA's annual Lunar Science Institute forum. More than 500 lunar researchers are expected to attend the event at the NASA-Ames campus in Silicon Valley. NLSI supports seven U.S. research teams as well as groups from Canada, Korea, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Netherlands and Germany.
Astrobotic President David Gump will present the company's economic opportunity to the Silicon Valley Space Business Roundtable on the evening of July 21, with attendees receiving VIP access to the lunar lander at Ames. Tickets for the SVSBR event are available at: http://svsbr.org/events/
The assembled lander on display in the Planetary Robotics High Bay. It will be on display at NASA-Ames next week.