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September 16-22, 2019 / Vol 38, No 37 / Hawai’i Island, USA

13 Sep 2019, 20:17 UTC
September 16-22, 2019 / Vol 38, No 37 / Hawai’i Island, USA
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Europe Events Advance Astronomy, Astronautics, Space Industry, Education, Science – Toward Moon South Pole 2021 Mission?

More than a dozen meetings this week highlight the breadth of ongoing Europe space activity. The European Planetary Sciences Congress continues in Geneva, Switzerland from September 15-20 – as does 36th International Electric Propulsion Conference in Vienna, Austria with ~500 attendees from 25 countries. Launchspace ‘Space Mechanisms Course’ is being held Sep 16-17 in Munich, Germany before ‘European Space Mechanisms and Tribology Symposium’ Sep 18-20. The ESO-IAU ‘AstroEdu Conference’ Sep 16-18 in Garching, Germany aims to bridge research and practice in astronomy education. European Space Policy Institute holds 13th European Space Diplomacy on Sep 18-19 in Vienna. There is also an International Conference on Geomagnetic Storms and Space Weather in Paris, an Open House at Royal Astronomical Society in London, and a lecture on Dark Energy in Salisbury, United Kingdom. The 2019 European Rover Challenge in Poland, and ‘Extremely Big Eyes on the Early Universe 3’ in Rome just completed last week. With numerous impactful organizations, including ESA, International Astronautical Federation, Moon Village Association, ILEWG and International Lunar Decade – there is potential to realize Europe at Moon South Pole 2021. Planning to support ...

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