Lunar Night Survival

Enabling a sustained presence on the Moon

Lunar Night Survival is an international project that proposes a scalable power generation and distribution system to enable a sustained presence on the Moon. This project began at International Space University’s (ISU) Space Studies Program where our team, the TP Lunar, met and received the challenge: develop a power solution to survive the lunar night. Based on roadmaps for Moon exploration, we have created a common vision to develop a sustained human and robotic presence on the Moon and contribute to future activities in an international setting and cooperation.

Sponsored: ISU, ESA, NASA.

The Lunar Night Survival Project was presented at USRA NASA HQ at the Lunar Night Workshop (Nov. 13th, 2018). More info on
Credits: International Space University.
Credits: International Space University.