The world renowned Space Studies Program will take place in the beautiful city of Strasbourg this summer. We expect hundreds of world leading experts in space, heads of space agencies, astronauts, and top executives to participate in the program this year.
ISU's new Center for Space Entrepreneurship (ISU-CSE) at Florida Tech debuts its first offering, to be held at the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex from June 3 to July 12, 2019.
The ISU Board of Trustees convened the 60th meeting of its history on 27 and 28 February 2019 at Central Campus in Strasbourg, gathering some twenty leaders from across the space enterprise in academia, government agencies and industry.
The Valispace workshop at the International Space University (ISU) has concluded but the knowledge gained from this event will continue to help develop the flight paths of MSS19 for the rest of their careers.
The four graduating students from the United Arab Emirates were proud to see the Director General of the UAE's Space Agency, Dr. Al Ahbabi speaking at the Closing Ceremony on 15 February at the University of South Australia (UniSA) in Adelaide.
On 11th April 2019 the first privately-funded spacecraft is scheduled to land on the Moon. Yonatan Weintraub an alumnus of the International Space University ISU and recipient of the Ilan Ramon Scholarship, is one of the three co-founders of SpaceIL behind this historic achievement.
The final event in the public lecture series of ISU’s and UniSA’s Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program SHSSP19 was delivered by Brigadier General Sir Pete Worden (USAF Ret.) of the Breakthrough Foundation. His marquee project, Starshot, was revealed to an excited audience.
Following the successful launch of Rocket Women’s new apparel collection with proceeds aiding a scholarship for women in STEM, Rocket Women are thrilled to announce that each purchase of Rocket Women apparel this year will support a scholarship for ISU’s SSP!
“This February SpaceUp is coming back to Strasbourg. What makes a SpaceUp conference unique is that it is an unconference. An unconference is an all participant conference where there are no spectators” writes Farnoosh Sheini, an ISU MSS19 student and co-organizer of SpaceUp ISU.
During a recent visit to Eumetsat’s Headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany, International Space University ISU’s Nassim Bovet and Juan de Dalmau discovered that Eumetsat proudly displays two posters of past Space Studies Programs SSP in a central location of the main building!
Last week, the International Space University ISU’s Master of Space Studies MSS19 students availed themselves of a number of one-to-one sessions with recruiting experts from HE Space - a privately owned personnel recruitment company with an exclusive focus on the space sector.