International Astronautical Federation

International Astronautical Federation "Connecting @ll Space People" Founded in 1951, the International Astronautical Federation is the world's leading space advocacy body with more than 270 members on six continents including all leading space agencies, space companies, societies, associations and institutes worldwide.
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Following its theme "A space-faring world cooperating for the benefit of humanity", the Federation advances knowledge about space, fostering the development and application of space assets by advanceing global cooperation. As organiser of the annual International Astronautical Congress (IAC), and other meetings on specific subjects, the IAF actively encourages the development of astronautics for peaceful purposes and supports the dissemination of scientific and technical information related to space.

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You can still submit your abstract for #IAC2021 in Dubai! Abstracts can be submitted into one of the following IAC categ...
16/02/2021

You can still submit your abstract for #IAC2021 in Dubai! Abstracts can be submitted into one of the following IAC categories: Science and Exploration, Applications and Operations, Technology, Infrastructure, Space and Society. The Call will close on 28 February 2021 (23:59 CET). Make sure you submit it in time online at: https://iafastro.directory/iac/account/login/

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at [email protected]

For more info: https://www.iafastro.org/events/iac/iac-2021/technical-programme-2021/

Dear Space Enthusiasts,Thank you for submitting abstracts for the Global Space Exploration Conference #GLEX2021 to be he...
15/02/2021

Dear Space Enthusiasts,

Thank you for submitting abstracts for the Global Space Exploration Conference #GLEX2021 to be held next June in the vibrant city of Saint Petersburg. The number of returns has been extraordinary! Extraordinary not only in terms of quantity with over 570 received abstracts from 59 countries, since the sheer number is not saying much about the quality. Looking over the abstracts, it will be no easy task for the GLEX 2021 International Programme Committee to choose among these excellent abstracts. Authors will hear of the outcome within the next three weeks. This surge in entries (+30% compared to the GLEX 2020 abstract submission rate) is evidence of the considerable interest going on due to recent developments and outstanding achievements in space.

Also, you will be pleased to know that the registration for GLEX 2021 is now open! Visit https://www.iafastro.org/events/global-series-conferences/glex-2021/glex-2021-registration-fees.html

GLEX 2021 is a remarkable occasion where the global space community is invited to meet and re-connect on the 60th anniversary of #YuriGagarin’s Space Flight to reflect on the trends, challenges and opportunities in space exploration. With 36 Technical Sessions spanning 12 tracks, the GLEX 2021 Technical Programme is designed to cover all aspects of space exploration and its related disciplines. Each time we bring our community together, we are overwhelmed by the passion, expertise, and creativity of our authors. The conference will be the ultimate place to discover the latest projects, technologies and cooperation opportunities while showcasing the most influential and thought-provoking leaders and thinkers in space exploration today.

Beside high-caliber technical presentations and excellent networking opportunities, delegates will also benefit from prestigious plenaries, engaging IAF Global Networking Forum Sessions, a tailored exhibition and many exciting social events. Details about the programme and more specific information about the conference will be confirmed in the coming weeks and months. We are actively working to ensure a successful event that includes a safe in-person environement.

Register today on https://glex-2021.iaf-registration.org/

Latest report from IAF Member ESPI on New Space in Asia available for free online!
15/02/2021

Latest report from IAF Member ESPI on New Space in Asia available for free online!

🚨 New ESPI Report puts the spotlight on the Asian region. ESPI Report 77 “New Space in Asia" 👉 https://lnkd.in/dzVDzag investigates #NewSpace dynamics unfolding in 🇯🇵Japan, 🇨🇳China, 🇮🇳India, 🇰🇷South Korea, 🇹🇭Thailand and 🇲🇾Malaysia.

✅ New Space trends in #Asian countries as a result of both determined public strategies and fast-developing commercial space ecosystems.

✅ Asian countries are developing their own approach to New Space independently from each other and should not be considered and addressed as a homogeneous ensemble.

✅ Public measures implemented by Asian governments may also provide interesting case studies for #Europe.

Congratulations to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) for China’s Tianwen-1 probe successfully entering Mars...
15/02/2021

Congratulations to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) for China’s Tianwen-1 probe successfully entering Mars Orbit!
Tianwen 1, China's first independent Mars mission, was launched by a Long March 5 heavy-lift carrier rocket on July 23 from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province. Having travelled for about seven months, it entered Mars orbit on 10 February 2021 by performing a burn of its engines to slow it down enough to be captured by Mars' gravitational pull. The orbiter will spend the next few months scanning the surface to refine the target landing zone for the rover, which is planned to occur in May or June 2021. It will approach at about 265 km (165 mi) to Mars' surface, allowing a high-resolution camera to return images to the Earth and to map the landing site in Utopia Planitia. Tianwen 1 has flown for 197 days and more than 465 million kilometers on its journey to the planet. It is now around 184 million km from Earth and 1.1 million km from Mars. Depending on the two planets' orbits, Mars is between 55 and 400 million km from Earth.

#TIANWEN1

Good news! The Deadline to submit your #IAC2021 PE, HLL, and IAF GNF Proposal has been extended! Due to many requests fo...
13/02/2021

Good news! The Deadline to submit your #IAC2021 PE, HLL, and IAF GNF Proposal has been extended!

Due to many requests for an extension and the great interest in the conference, the timeline has been revisited, you will all have one more week to submit your proposal. The new deadline has been extended until 19 February 2021 at 23:59 CET.

You can find all necessary information on the selection criteria and the submission form on the IAF Website at the following link: https://www.iafastro.org/events/iac/iac-2021/plenary-programme.html.

Plenaries and Highlight Lectures proposals must be submitted to the IAF Secretariat at [email protected].

The IAF GNF Proposal Form is available for download on the IAF Website at the following link https://www.iafastro.org/events/iac/iac-2021/gnf.html.
IAF GNF proposals must be submitted to the IAF Secretariat at [email protected].

Do not miss this opportunity and submit your proposal by 19 February 2021. For any questions, please contact us at [email protected] and [email protected].

Thank you in advance for your contributions and looking forward to welcoming you to Dubai!

The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in cooperation with GK Launch Services during Spring 2019, announced an...
12/02/2021

The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in cooperation with
GK Launch Services during Spring 2019, announced an exclusive competition for a Free Launch of 1U CubeSat on the First Commercial Mission of GK Launch Services.

All IAF member organizations were invited to participate in the competition and profit from this unique opportunity to win a launch operated by GK Launch Services, that was initially planned for the second quarter of 2020 and then, due to the pandemic, postponed to 20 March 2021.

The launcher is the Soyuz-2.1a/Fregat. The new generation of Soyuz launchers features high reliability, multi-functionality, and eco-friendliness – a rocket of great world renown – launched from Baikonur and known for its long successful flight heritage and orbit injection accuracy.

The winners were announced on 22 October 2019 at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) held in Washington, D.C., USA.

The unique right can be exercised by the winner of the competition, Sapienza Università di Roma, whose students, together with the universities of Tel Aviv (Israel) and Nairobi (Nigeria), presented the SIMBA project (System for Improving Monitoring of the Behavior of Wild Animals).

The launch will be streamed live online. Link to be provided soon, stay tuned and save the date: 20 March 2021

We are delighted to share with you the online version of the IAF Highlights 2020! Even if the year did not turn out as e...
11/02/2021

We are delighted to share with you the online version of the IAF Highlights 2020! Even if the year did not turn out as expected with the challenging COVID-19 pandemic it still proved to be a memorable year for the International Astronautical Federation.

In the IAF Highlights you will be able to read about the many interesting new projects and initiatives that the IAF has undertaken during the year.

The online version is available here:https://www.iafastro.org/assets/files/publications/highlights/iaf-2020-highlights-journal-2021-02-05-final-online-med.pdf

We hope you will enjoy the IAF Highlights and are looking forward to a new chapter with all of you in 2021!

Last Call! Do not miss the opportunity to submit a proposal for either a Plenary, HLL, IAF GNF or Special Session, and g...
10/02/2021

Last Call! Do not miss the opportunity to submit a proposal for either a Plenary, HLL, IAF GNF or Special Session, and get involved at the #IAC2021 in Dubai! The deadline for submissions is now on Friday 12 February (23:59 CET).

If you have any questions please contact us at: [email protected]

For more info: https://www.iafastro.org/events/iac/iac-2021/

10/02/2021
Hope Mars Mission

Congratulations to a wonderful team Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre مركز محمد بن راشد للفضاء !

Meet the determined, committed, and dedicated core team behind the Hope Probe. Meet most of our heroes, the heroes that have worked tirelessly for 7 continuous years to carry the UAE's space ambitions to the Red Planet.

#ArabsToMars #HopeProbe

Tune in tomorrow for the exciting IAF GNF Space Conversations Series, on the topic of “STEM Professional Women’s Exclusi...
09/02/2021

Tune in tomorrow for the exciting IAF GNF Space Conversations Series, on the topic of “STEM Professional Women’s Exclusion in the Canadian Space Industry: Reclaiming their Space” presented by Dr. Stefanie Ruel, Lecturer in Organizational Behavior in the Department for People and Organizations at the Open University, UK.

This event will showcase the 'how' of exclusion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-professional women from management and executive positions in the contemporary Canadian space industry. Building on empirical evidence collected from a variety of individuals working across the Canadian space industry, Dr. Stefanie Ruel will provide some examples of day-to-day discourses that contribute to the creation and reproduction of identity anchor points that can position STEM-professional women below White cisgender STEM-professional men.

This event is presented in the frame of the IAF Space Economic Platform – ISEP.

When? Wednesday 10 February 2021, 14h00 CET

How to join? Click here and join the live streaming : https://youtu.be/w5fdo8Su6XM

More details on the session: https://www.iafastro.org/events/iaf-gnf-space-conversations-series/stem-professional-womens-exclusion-in-the-canadian-space-industry-reclaiming-their-space.html

For more information on this initiative and to submit your proposal please visit: https://www.iafastro.org/events/iaf-gnf-space-conversations-series/

Best regards,

IAF Secretariat
#IAFGNFSERIES #STEM

Become an IAF Alliance Partner in 2021!Would you like to further even more your ties with the IAF? Get more involved in ...
08/02/2021

Become an IAF Alliance Partner in 2021!
Would you like to further even more your ties with the IAF? Get more involved in all the Federation’s activities throughout the year and be able to showcase your organization, with a prominent visibility on all of our communications and publications?

Then, it is time for you to discover the IAF Alliance Programme!

The IAF Alliance Programme was launched in 2015 with the aim of providing IAF Members with additional opportunities to become more involved in the Federation’s activities. The Alliance Programme is designed to increase and strengthen the ties between the Federation and its Members, through the provision of mutually beneficial strategic partnerships, that can positively contribute to the strength of the Federation and its ability to provide enhanced services to all its members. The programme aims at serving the interest of all the Members of the Federation and is open to all IAF Members.

To kick-off the new year, the Federation is proud to announce that two new Alliance Partners joined this initiative:

Agência Espacial Brasileira - AEB and GMV

Should you be interested in joining contact us on https://www.iafastro.org/membership/iaf-alliance-programme.html

05/02/2021
International Astronautical Federation

Did you already submit your abstract for #GLEX2021? If not HURRY UP! The final abstract submission deadline is only one week away. Submit it online at https://iafastro.directory/iac/account/login/ by 12 February at the latest!

GLEX 2021 will feature an impressive programme and take place in beautiful St. Petersburg, Russia. Make sure you do not miss this opportunity and we look forward seeing you in June! For more info: https://www.iafastro.org/events/global-series-conferences/glex-2021/

Can't wait to be in June 2021 and travel to St. Petersburg, Russia for the third IAF Global Space Exploration Conference #GLEX2021 hosted by Roscosmos See you there!

See you next year in Athens!
04/02/2021

See you next year in Athens!

And just like that we are almost at an end of COSPAR 2021.

You can order your Assembly merchandise online from the store @cospar2021.org

#space #science #cospar2021 #spaceresearch

Can't wait! More info coming soon, stay tuned!
04/02/2021

Can't wait! More info coming soon, stay tuned!

We have commenced work at the #Baikonur cosmodrome on preparing #Soyuz-2 LV commercial launch scheduled for March 20, 2021. Today #Fregat upper stage, ELSA-d, DMSAT-1, UNISAT-7, three GRUS and a Fukui Prefectural Satellite arrived at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. Follow our news! 🛰️ 🚀

Мы начали работы на космодроме #Байконур по подготовке к коммерческому запуску РН «#Союз-2», запланированному на 20.03.2021. Сегодня разгонный блок #Фрегат, космические аппараты ELSA-d, DMSAT-1, UNISAT-7, 3 КА GRUS и спутник префектуры Фукуи прибыли на космодром Байконур. 🛰️ 🚀

Join us on Wednesday 10 February 2021 at 14:00 CET, for a brand-new exciting IAF GNF Space Conversations Series, lead by...
03/02/2021

Join us on Wednesday 10 February 2021 at 14:00 CET, for a brand-new exciting IAF GNF Space Conversations Series, lead by the IAF Vice-President for Diversity Initiatives, Deganit Paikowsky, and Professor Stefanie Ruel, Lecturer in Organizational Behavior in the Department for People and Organizations, The Open University, UK, on the topic of “STEM Professional Women’s Exclusion in the Canadian Space Industry: Reclaiming their Space”.

This session will showcase the 'how' of exclusion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-professional women from management and executive positions in the contemporary Canadian space industry. Building on empirical evidence collected from a variety of individuals working across the Canadian space industry, Dr. Stefanie Ruel will provide some examples of day-to-day discourses that contribute to the creation and reproduction of identity anchor points that can position STEM-professional women below White cisgender STEM-professional men. She will also consider the potential for social change across this industry, looking first to the histories of Canadian women working in the space industry during the early Cold War and second inviting everyone to become part of the solution with respect to systemic discrimination practices in the contemporary space industry.

Dr. Ruel, mother to four children, a former Mission Manager in Life Sciences at the Canadian Space Agency and now an academic, led more than ten life sciences missions into space aboard various microgravity platforms. She is now a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Organizational Behavior in the Department for People and Organizations, Faculty of Business and Law, at the Open University, UK. Her award-winning research, including her recent book titled “STEM-Professional Women's Exclusion in the Canadian Space Industry”, focuses on both historical and contemporary concerns in STEM contexts, striving to suggest social justice initiatives that can undo systemic discriminatory practices.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the conversation and join us on 10th February via the following link: https://youtu.be/w5fdo8Su6XM

#IAFGNFSeries

The space sector is driven by complex macro-level dynamics that go beyond simple market forces, requiring a holistic vie...
03/02/2021

The space sector is driven by complex macro-level dynamics that go beyond simple market forces, requiring a holistic view.

IAF Member PwC has decided to consolidate its views on the major trends and dynamics impacting the space sector globally, with the Second Edition of the "Main Trends & Challenges in the Space Sector".

The document is organised into eight sections, spanning macro trends impacting the space sector, trends on each of six of the main space domains (Earth Observation, Satellite Communications, Navigation, Access to Space, Space Situational Awareness and Space Exploration), as well as governance, policy and regulation related to space activities.

Enjoy your reading!
https://www.pwc.fr/fr/assets/files/pdf/2020/12/en-france-pwc-main-trends-and-challenges-in-the-space-sector.pdf

IAF Member International Space University ISU has an open call!
03/02/2021
International Space University ISU

IAF Member International Space University ISU has an open call!

ISU SSP21 CALL FOR TEACHING ASSOCIATES & STAFF –
✅ Build your employment opportunities
✅ Grow as a person
✅ Be an even more spacey person 👩🏽‍🚀🚀🛰️
✅ Share your knowledge
✅ Exchange with likeminded people who have the same passion for space
If the above resonate with you - Get your application in before 15 February 2020!
https://www.isunet.edu/isu-ssp21-call-for-teaching-associates-staff/

Dear IAF Community, the deadline for submitting nominations for the IAF Awards 2021 is quickly approaching!Send us your ...
02/02/2021

Dear IAF Community,

the deadline for submitting nominations for the IAF Awards 2021 is quickly approaching!

Send us your nominations to [email protected] and use this wonderful opportunity to recognize the remarkable achievements of your colleagues and peers!
Find more information about the IAF Awards Programme at iafastro.org.

We look forward to receiving your nominations!

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