|Material Type:||ISU Team Project report|
|Publisher:||Illkirch-Graffenstaden (France) : International Space University, 2007|
|Size:||ii, 86 p. / ill. / 30 cm|
|Bibliography note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
Since the birth of the solar system, the Earth has periodically suffered from catastrophes that have caused temporary extreme environmental changes and mass extinction. Should a catastrophe prove unavoidable, one method of recovery would be the establishment of an accessible archive off Earth.
The project recommends the creation of a Lunar Archive Program to manage the archive and a system of complementarity terrestrial repositories. Additionally, we delineate the advocacy, design, implementation, content insertion and updating steps necessary to establish and maintain an archive that will aid the short-term survival, midterm societal growth, and long-term recovery of the human race and its creation.
|ISU program :||Space Studies Program|
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