Event Summary: Space Architecture Lecture: Run, Hike, and Camp on the Moon
As part of the Stamford Museum Astronomy Nights program, SATC member Antoine Faddoul gave a public lecture entitled “Space Architecture: Run, Hike, and Camp on the Moon” on April 7th, 2017 at Stamford Observatory in Connecticut, USA.
The talk included an introduction to space architecture and the main aspects of designing for space travel. Faddoul presented Project Luna Castra which is a semi-permanent lunar base that promotes sports activities on the Moon. A discussion followed covering how short-term trips to the moon expedite the plans and technologies for deep space travel and advance technologies for Earthly use.
Stamford Astronomy Nights are family friendly and attract wide audience of different age groups and backgrounds. The public talks are followed by a viewing of the night sky through the 22-inch telescope.