So Nasa is having a Life and Work on the moon contest for highschool and college students to depict the future moon environment. I think that geospatial technologies won’t be one of the images unless one of you can draw. I was thinking people are going to draw habitats, mining, and other professions people can see but geospatial technologies will be the invisible tool that pulls everything together. I also imagine that geospatial professionals are going to have to do dangerous field work similar to other early explorers in dangerous new terrritory. Probably even more invisible will be the geospatial planners who have to determine political boundaries. In my mind I am picturing all of the scenes from the Red Mars trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson that is now being made into a sci fi series. What do you imaging life and work on the moon will be like for geospatial professionals?