“On my first day at the Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), I met my supervisors Ms. Chung Soyoung from the Space Policy team and Dr. Ju Gwangheok from the Lunar Exploration team. It was determined that I would work on lunar exploration…
All summer long - AIRBUS - the Space Studies Program SSP18 alliance partner, represented by amongst others, SSP07 Lex Meijer, demonstrated its commitments to education and today’s talent by contributing to the International Space University (ISU) and the participants of SSP18 through various ways.
For the first time in the Netherlands, at Space Expo, in the city of space; Noordwijk, the Annual Astronaut Panel of the International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Program (SSP) took place on 2nd of July 2018.
The Kalpana Chawla Project for Innovation, Entrepreneurism and Space Studies at the International Space University (ISU) has been established to honor the Indian-American Astronaut Dr. Kalpana Chawla. The scholarship project is focused on developing strong technical and leadership qualities with talented Indian women.
“We, Rene and Nicolas, are currently completing our internship at SES, which is one of the leading satellite operators in the world. They have offices in all the continents and services that go from in-flight connectivity to maritime coverage.
This week, MSS18 Wenjing Hu reports from Northern Sky Research (NSR): “I am currently carrying out my internship in NSR France, based in Strasbourg, France, however, I am working with NSR analysts from all over the world.
The International Space University (ISU) announced that the Board of Trustees has conferred a Doctor of Space Achievement degree, honoris causa to space and technology visionary and thought leader Michael Potter.
Cape Canaveral, USA: on 29 June 2018, a Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on SpaceX Crew Resupply Mission (CRS) 15, carrying two International Space University (ISU) ‘Hydra’ payloads to the International Space Station (ISS).
On 25th June 2018, in the presence of His Majesty Willem Alexander the King of the Netherlands and Prof. Jan Woerner, Director-General of ESA, the 31st session of ISU’s Space Studies Program (SSP) was launched in The Netherlands, at the ESTEC premises of ESA.
This week, Anisa Qureshi reports from ispace in Luxembourg: “ispace is a rapidly growing start-up, no two days are the same. ispace Europe is the second office of ispace inc; the first being the headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
“Myself and Kunal have just arrived and initiated our internships at Tohoku University in the beautiful city of Sendai in Japan. We are interning in the Space Robotics Laboratory which is the part of Aerospace Engineering Department. We join colleagues William Jones and David Rodriguez (MSS15) PhD. researchers in the Laboratory.