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February 02, 2015


The Hague , Netherlands
Monday February 2, 2015 — Thursday February 5, 2015

February 04, 2015


London , United Kingdom
Wednesday February 4, 2015 — Thursday February 5, 2015

February 05, 2015

UCA Conference- Unmanned Cargo Aircraft

Thursday February 5, 2015

February 06, 2015


Webcast ,
Friday February 6, 2015

February 10, 2015


Frascati , Italy
Tuesday February 10, 2015 — Friday February 13, 2015

Hyderabad , India
Tuesday February 10, 2015 — Thursday February 12, 2015

February 15, 2015


Dubai , UAE
Sunday February 15, 2015 — Tuesday February 17, 2015

February 16, 2015


Anaheim, California , USA
Monday February 16, 2015 — Thursday February 19, 2015

Dubai, UAE ,
Monday February 16, 2015 — Tuesday February 17, 2015

February 18, 2015


Starnberger See (Munich) , Germany
Wednesday February 18, 2015 — Thursday February 19, 2015
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Space Internship Network (SpIN) Guidance for Employers


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The Space Internship Network (SpIN) has been designed to provide an introductory link for undergraduate students considering employment in the space sector, and industry leaders looking to find the most talented and enthusiastic people to ensure the future success of their business.

European Space Conference


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EARSC Blog by Geoff Sawyer, January 2015: For the last 2 days I have been at the annual space policy conference in Brussels. As usual it has proven to be a very useful event to gather the thoughts of the political influencers and deciders but also to meet with so many friends in the space and Brussels communities. Several messages emerge for me which I wish to capture and share.

Satellite-based earth observation services to be used by Penn State researchers in ACT-America project, funded by NASA


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Pennsylvania State University has been awarded $30 million by NASA to fund their investigation into understanding the source and activity of carbon and other related green house gases in order to predict and prepare for future climate change. The “Atmospheric Carbon and Transport-America” project will use satellite-based earth observation services alongside airborne and ground-based observation data in research that aims to measure atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and other gases and the atmospheric properties of weather systems across eastern US to help an understanding of climate change.

Satellites can help us to safeguard nature’s richest carbon storehouses – peatlands.


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(26 Jan 2015) Peatlands make up just 3% of land but capture twice as much carbon as all forests combined.

EU space policy needs innovation to stay in 'race' against US


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(26Jan2015) The European space industry has huge potential but requires more investment if it is to compete with its US counterpart, says Angelika Niebler.


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