The Sixth Community Workshop for Achievability and Sustainability of Human Exploration of Mars
28 – 30 August 2018
Chairs: H. Thronson, C. Carberry, & J. Connolly
Approximately 70 subject matter experts on astronaut lunar and martian exploration, science, operations, and key technologies assembled in late August 2018 at The George Washington University to critically assess how operations, technologies, and facilities for the Moon and its vicinity might feed forward to astronaut missions to the martian surface before the end of the 2030s. This workshop was the sixth in the series of community workshops on Achieving, Affording, and Sustaining Human Exploration of Mars (a/k/a, AM workshops) hosted since 2013 by Explore Mars, Inc. and the American Astronautical Society.