Ulrich Köhler studied geosciences in Munich and São Paulo. After a first employment at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) he spent two years at Brown University in Providence (RI), USA. Since 2002 he is with DLR’s Institute of Planetary Research in Berlin. Analyzing remote-sensing camera images, he is involved in various deep-space missions to the Solar System’s planets, moons, asteroids, and planets. Born 1963, he’s a true “child“ of the Apollo era and ever since dedicated to lunar spaceflight. His major scientific interest is the geology of the Moon and lunar volcanism in particular.