On 12th January, a public event was organized in the center of Adelaide focusing on astronaut activities in the framework of ISU’s Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP). The panel was sponsored by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) of Australia.
On 9 January 2017 the 6th Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SH-SSP) session has been officially opened by ISU president Prof. Walter Peeters.
The International Space University is hosting its second “unconference” at its central campus on 11 and 12 March 2017. If you're a student, professional or a space enthusiast then this event is for you! It will also be the opportunity to celebrate ISU’s 30th anniversary!
On January 14th an ISU alumni crew, Team PRIMA Crew 173, will be entering the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) in the high cold desert in Utah to begin a 14 day simulated Mars mission, selected by the Mars society.
Robert Gevargiz, a Master of Space Studies MSS 17 participant reports on a recent Space Policy Session led by Dr. Vasilis Zervos, ISU resident faculty in economics and space policy.
What an amazing year 2016 has been for the International Space University and the team at ISU central campus.
“This internship not only provided me with a lot of information about space but it also gave me a good insight on how a not for profit university is run” said Victor a ninth grader from a local secondary school. He is one of three students currently interning at the International Space University’s (ISU) central campus.
ISU sustains its position at the Campus in Strasbourg by signing a new 15-year lease agreement. It therefore will have access to more physical space and we can start envisaging a next step in the ISU success-story, with your help also!
Many ISU alumni wish to become space entrepreneurs or have interesting business ideas. Privatizations of major space infrastructure activities as well as new possibilities in the sector of downstream space applications are increasingly offering such opportunities.
This year again a large number of faculty applied to be a chair of either the core lectures, departments or team projects, all of which compose the two-month Space Studies Program (SSP).
On 9th January 2017 ISU will start a new session in the Southern Hemisphere under its now successful Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program, SH-SSP, banner in close cooperation with the University of South Australia (UniSA) in Adelaide.