International Lunar Exploration Working Group
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International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) is a public forum sponsored by the world’s space agencies to support international cooperation towards a world strategy for the exploration and utilization of the Moon.
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Founding agencies (1994) : ASA, ASI, BNSC, CNES, DARA, ESA, ISAS, NASA, NASDA, RSA.
Operations and conferences
The 8th gathering was held 2006 July 23–27 in Beijing, China, and agreed the new Lunar Beijing Declaration.
The roadmap or timeline envisaged includes a 15 year period of robotic operations before crewed missions.:9 Robots would pilot in-situ resource utilisation and construct habitation for later crew.