By Tim KravetzPublished Nov 11, 2017 11:06:22The moon, the planets and the planets of our solar system have all contributed to shaping human civilization.
But how well do we understand the past, present and future?
The Moon is a key part of this, according to a new study by The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and it’s a topic we will be discussing at our event-driven architecture conference.
The team behind the study, which will be held on Nov. 18, was led by senior lecturer and lunar architecture professor Adam Stegall.
“Our work is part of a new approach to understanding the history of the Earth, the moon, and the solar system.
Our goal is to understand the processes that shaped our history and to help us understand the future of the solar systems,” said Stegart.
This is not the first time The University has focused on the Moon.
The last conference on the topic of lunar architecture, which took place in November 2017, was hosted by The Moon, the Stars, and Other Wonders.
In that event, the conference explored the history and future of lunar technology.
The conference was sponsored by the Lunar and Planetary Institute.
In this latest study, Stegar said, we’re taking a different approach.
He said that the goal of the project is to use the moon as a model for a more detailed view of our past and future.
“The moon is the most interesting place on Earth.
It’s not only a big, beautiful, beautiful planet, but it’s also the only place on the planet that has a history that’s completely different from the one that we have today,” Stegard said.
“It’s a very unique place, and that’s what’s going to help people to understand how the solar wind works on the moon.”
For the next several months, the team will be presenting the results of their research in a video-taped presentation at The Moon’s annual conference.
Stegart said that in order to be able to understand past and present lunar architecture and how it might influence the future, it’s important to look beyond our own historical and current experiences.
“We’re going to take a historical perspective, but we’re going take a holistic perspective.
That means looking at the evolution of structures on Earth,” Stesgart said.
The team will present their findings during a panel on the history, design and evolution of lunar structures at the event.
The event-based architecture conference is one of the largest conferences in the world.
It is the largest conference in the history with over 30,000 attendees and takes place every year in Chicago.
This year’s conference will take place on Nov 12-14, 2018.