ARC PAO Asleep At The Wheel - Again

NASA Invites Academia and Industry to Lunar Dust Workshop, NESC/LaRC

"The NASA Engineering and Safety Center will sponsor a Lunar Dust Workshop Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 at the NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. The three-day workshop will focus on the effects of lunar dust for human and robotic missions to the moon, as well as procedures and technologies to protect astronauts and vehicles."

Editor's note: This meeting will have 150 attendees from NASA, academia, and industry - a rather high profile event for ARC. And how does ARC PAO tell people about it? They don't. There is no mention on the ARC home page, the events page, or the news page. Nor did they bother to issue a press release.

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