Proceedings of the Forum will be published before the “Lunar Exploration and Space Technology Heritage” as a special extended Abstract Book (electronic format, DOC and PDF): Plenary paper – 6 pages (5Mb), invited paper – 4 pages (3Mb), contributed paper - 3 pages (2Mb), Poster presentation – 2 pages (1Mb). Text of extended Abstract (Manuscripts) must be received by the organizers until July 31, 2016 by e-mail: email@example.com Papers will be subject to refereeing by the SOC of the Forum.
It is planned that articles will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series.
Instruction for preparing of Manuscripts to the Extended Abstract Book of the Forum: “Lunar Exploration and Space Technology Heritage”. Deadline for submission of Manuscripts is July 31, 2016
Replace this sentence with the title of your abstract
A. Aman (1,2), B. Bman (2) and C. Cman (1) – OR – A. Aman (1) and/for the Team-Name
(The proper way of using spaces and commas: A.Aman(1,2),B.Bman…; presenting author (if already known) shall be in bold (e.g. B. Bman); if there is only one affiliation, do not use any numbering (e.g. A. Aman, B. Bman and C. Cman)
(1) Institute of Applied Astronomy, St. Petersburg, Russia, (2) Kazan State University, Kazan, Russia (firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax: +55-555-5555555)
(The proper way of using spaces and commas: (1)Institute of Appliedstronomy,St. Petersburg; contact information must be always placed at the end of the affiliation list in the following format: (email@example.com/Fax:....))
Please replace these instructions with the text of your abstract. The text will appear in one pages of paper size A4, 297mm (height) x 210mm (width). The page margins are as follows: 25mm (top), 25 mm (bottom, right and left). If you are including tables or figures, they MUST be imported into this file.
The text will automatically wrap to a second page if necessary. The running head on the second page of this template has been eliminated intentionally.
Any image file format that can be imported into this file will be acceptable for publication; to avoid technical problems; we suggest using TIFF (.tif) or GIF (.gif) files for photographs, and encapsulated PostScript (.eps) or Windows metafiles (.wmf) for line drawings. We ask that you use smaller-format files whenever possible (for example, do not use a 1-MB TIFF file if a 250-K GIF file provides acceptable resolution).
The section heads in this template use the correct style (upper and lower case, bold). The format for second-level heads is show below:
Sample of a level-two head
If you are using the spell checker and it does not seem to be working, check the “Language” option under the “Tools” to make sure that “No Proofing” is not selected as the default. You should also check that the default font is Times New Roman.
Use the brief numbered style common in many abstracts, e.g., , , etc. References should then appear in numerical order in the reference list, and should use the following abbreviated style:
 Aman, A. and Bmann, B. (1997) JGR, 90, 1151–1154.
 Aman, A. et al. (1993) Trudy of the Kazan City Observatoy, 32, p. 74 – 78 (In Russian).
 Aman, A. (1996) LPS XXVII, 1344–1345.
We recommend that the abstract is carefully compiled and thoroughly checked, in particular with regard to the list of authors, before submission. Updates/revisions will not be accepted.
The length of an extended abstract should not exceed 2 pages A4 size and 1 MB for poster presentation.
The length of an extended abstract should not exceed 3 pages A4 size and 2 MB for contributed speaker.
The length of an extended abstract should not exceed 4 pages A4 size and 3 MB for invited speaker.
The lengths of an extended abstract should not exceed 6 pages A4 size and 5 MB for plenary review.