Andrew Butler, an SH-SSP16 alumnus and teaching associate for the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP18) organized by the International Space University and the University of South Australia is launching the SH-SSP18 blog. Read on!
50 excited participants from 15 different countries are now in Adelaide, Australia, for the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP), a five-week, residential program run jointly by the International Space University (ISU) and the University of South Australia (UniSA). This is the seventh SH-SSP held at UniSA’s Mawson Lakes campus during the southern hemisphere summer, embodying the international, intercultural and interdisciplinary philosophy for which ISU is renowned.
Like its nine-week Space Studies Program (SSP) counterpart usually held in the northern hemisphere, the SH-SSP in a more condensed format focuses on space applications, space policy and space services, while giving a well-rounded overview of space science, space systems engineering and technology, space business and management and space legal and regulatory issues.
In 2018, alongside its longstanding stratospheric balloon launch and a newly introduced model rocketry component to the program, more under http://www.isunet.edu/sh-ssp-ta-blog?layout=blog