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Lunar Solar Power
Dr. David Criswell, Director, Institute for Space Systems Operations

The Chicago Area National Space Society Chapters and the Environmental Concerns Organization are proud to sponsor a visit to Chicago by Dr. David Criswell, Director of the Institute for Space Systems Operations and inventor of the Lunar Solar Power concept.

Our world faces a continuously growing demand for energy. One potential future source is solar power. In this presentation, Dr. David Criswell, the inventor of the Lunar Solar Power concept, will explain how solar arrays located on the Moon can be used to supply electricity to an energy-starved Earth. Dr. Criswell is the Director of the Institute for Space Systems Operations, the Associate Director of the Texas Space Grant Consortium and serves on the Board of Advisors for the National Space Society.

Program Highlights

Date: Thursday, October 23, 2003

Time: 5:00 PM

Event Location
    University of Chicago
   Ryerson Physical Laboratory
   Room 352
   1100 E. 58th Street
   Chicago IL 60637

Maps:

A map of the general area surrounding the University of Chicago.
The red dot marks the location of Ryerson.
Map of area around University of Chicago


A map of the campus identifying various parking lots.
The red dot marks the location of Ryerson.
Map of University of Chicago parking


A more detailed map of the central campus.
The red dot marks the location of Ryerson.
Map of University of Chicago with Ryerson


A detailed map showing the immediate area surrounding Ryerson.
Map of University of Chicago around Ryerson Physical Laboratory


The same map with a number key to identify the surrounding buildings.
Ryerson is number 26.
Map of University of Chicago identfying individual buildings
01. Administration Building 18. Jones Laboratory
02. Anatomy Building 19. Kelly Hall
03. Beecher Hall 20. Kent Chemical Laboratory
04. Bond Chapel 21. Mandel Hall
05. Classics Building 22. Mitchell Tower
06. Cobb Lecture Hall 23. Pick Hall
07. Culver Hall 24. Reynolds Club
08. Eckhart Hall 25. Rosenwald Hall
09. Erman Biology Center 26. Ryerson Physical Laboratory
10. Foster Hall 27. Searle Chemical Laboratory
11. Fulton Hall 28. Snell and Hitchcock Halls
12. Gates-Blake Hall 29. Social Science Research
13. Goodspeed Hall 30. Stuart Hall
14. Green Hall 31. Swift Hall
15. Harper Memorial Library 32. Walker Museum
16. Haskell Hall 33. Wieboldt Hall
17. Hutchinson Commons 34. Zoology

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