The Moon Blog publishes interesting news about the past, present and future of lunar exploration. Once in a while the authors will voice their personal opinion about the exploration of the Moon.

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Trond Krovel is an engineer by trade and has been fascinated by space ever since he was a kid. Ever since he got involved in lunar exploration as a university student he has been active in the lunar exploration community, volunteering for various student and non-profit organisations. His first involvement with lunar exploration was through the European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO) project, where he worked in the AOCS group. He was also elected president of the Student Space Exploration and Technology Initiative (SSETI) association, which was the parrent organisation to ESMO at that time. He is currently heavily involved in the Lunar Explorers Society (Lunex), a non-profit organisation working to return humans to the moon for permanent settling. His day-to-day job is with EADS Astrium in Germany, where he has worked as an AOCS engineer since 2006.