Announcing the 2020 Lunar Development Conference, a virtual event on July 19 & July 20

Organized by The Moon Society with assistance from other space advocacy groups.

The Moon Society, a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to returning humans to exploration of the Earth’s Moon and creating sustainable commercial settlements, announces the 2020 Lunar Development Conference: a new online virtual event to be held on Sunday, July 19th and Monday, July 20th.  

Registration is now open for the general public. Tickets to the event are $10, which can be applied to a membership in the Moon Society. Current members as well as full-time students and seniors (60+) are able to register for free.

The Lunar Development Conference will bring together astronauts, lunar scientists, business leaders, moon base designers, and space enthusiasts to discuss all aspects of lunar exploration and settlement. 

Speakers at the virtual conference are planned to include:

The latter day coincides with the 51st anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

All presentations will be given online and attendees will be able to fully participate in Q&A, networking activities, and adhoc meeting spaces using a new virtual software platform and mobile application.

The hashtag #LunarDevCon will be the official social media hashtag for the event, and will be used extensively during our promotion and during the event.

Those interested in presenting at the Lunar Development Conference can submit an abstract using the form at

Sponsorships for the event are available to qualifying companies and organizations. Sponsors are provided co-promotions during and after the event and additional access to connect with attendees. Please inquire to

We thank the community for its support as we seek to ignite commercial lunar development and promote the vision of human lunar exploration and settlement. We’ll see you in July!