NASA’s Doug Cooke Explains the ISECG Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration

By Marc Boucher
September 30, 2010
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At the 61st International Astronautical Congress in Prague today NASA’s Doug Cooke, Associate Administrator, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate explains the Reference Architecture for Human Lunar Exploration as developed by the International Space Exploration Coordination Groups (ISECG).

In the second video Doug Cooke answers the question from the moderator on what the ISECG lunar architecture means to NASA now that there has been a change in policy.

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