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SEE, formally known as SISO Smackdown, was first hosted by SISO at the 2011 Spring Simulation Multiconference in Boston, MA. Student teams hailed from MIT, Genoa, Bordeaux and included 2 interns at Johnson Space Center (JSC) from Penn State. KEO University had to withdraw after the catastrophic events in Japan. Technion Institute in Israel rather than participate directly, did a study of scenario development and HLA visualization. Taking place on the near side of the moon, the scenario included a mining operation (MIT), cargo rover (MIT) driving to supply depot (Genoa and Bordeaux) and meeting the Shuttle Lander (Penn State) which then launched from the lunar surface. MIT also provided the ISRU (In Site Resource Utilization) and the Hopper.

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