Open Lunar Foundation works to create a peaceful, cooperative, long term human presence on the Moon for the benefit of all life. One of the many programs within the Foundation is our research work conducted at the leading edge of critical questions regarding lunar futures.
This event marked the launch of the Registry Project White Paper which provides an insightful exploration of the creation of an open, transparent, and dedicated lunar registry that will catalogue crucial mission details such as launch state, operating actor, location, time, and more. The White Paper is written by Rachel Williams and Samuel Jardine, who presented their research at the event.
Read the White Paper here: https://www.openlunar.org/library/bright-moon