MSS17 participant Marc Scanlan reports on a recent trip to Eumetsat in Darmstadt, Germany: “Hosted by the ever-joking guide Phil Harvey, Wednesday’s trip began with a tour of the Eumetsat scale satellite models in the frigid Darmstadt morning.
The short movie 'DREAM BIG' made by International Space University (ISU) alumni as part of their Humanities department activities at Space Studies Program SSP15 has been accepted for screening at the European Geosciences Union annual Assembly GeoCinema session in Vienna this April.
The award-winning journalist Julian Guthrie recently published a New York Times best-selling book about ISU co-founder Dr. Peter Diamandis and a group of people who dreamed of getting to space without the government’s help.
Siddharth Kumar Narendra Shihora a Master of Space Studies MSS17 participants of the International Space University (ISU) outlines a recent professional visit to ASD Eurospace and ESA headquarters.
A red carpet, paparazzi, backdrops and other props set the scene for the delivery of the Human Performance (HPS) in Space assignment from Stethoscope to Tricorder – The Human Visual System, led by Medical Doctor Volker Damann.
Students from the International Space University’s Master of Space Studies MSS17 visited SES operations near Luxembourg City on 3rd February 2017. MSS17 Robert Gevargiz reports.
The International Space University, the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg and the University of Strasbourg are pleased to invite you to the presentation of MMARS1. This event open to the general public will take place on Tuesday 7 March 2017 at 18.30 at ISU’s central campus.
A number of space related projects over the last years have been benefitting, in particular for the seed funding phase, by using crowdfunding techniques.
The International Space University Library is the repository for student reports, across all ISU programs including Team Projects and White Papers. Team Projects are available in full-text for the ISU community and the rest of the world.
On 7 March, a presentation took place in ISU describing the earlier and further steps of the MMARS1 project, which is now on board the International Space Station (ISS) safely stored and waiting to be activated.
This year ISU will celebrate its 30th anniversary and the 30th edition of the Space Studies Program (SSP). 2017 will be a year rich in events and novelties. One of the highlights will be the 2017 alumni conference!