Category: Conference 2012

Live Webcasting of ISS and Mars Strasbourg Conference

Live Webcasting of ISS and Mars Strasbourg Conference

For all of you that really can not make it in person to the International Space Station and Mars Conference that is taking place at International Space University on April 12-13, 2012, you can view what is going on live as the conference will be webcasted. Anyone interested in viewing the conference should visit http://www.isunet.edu/webcast […]

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ISS and Mars – Strasbourg : Agenda

ISS and Mars – Strasbourg : Agenda

The International Space Station (ISS) & Mars conference takes place Thursday and Friday, April 12-13, 2012 in Strasbourg, France at the International Space University (ISU).  The public is invited to attend and ask questions in either of two ways: To attend in person, please register by visiting  www.issmars-europe.eventbrite.com. Full registration is €295 (about $385 ) […]

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Hotel Info

Explore Mars has arranged a preferred rate for the participants of the ISS & Mars conference for 11-14 April 2012 at the Holiday Inn accross the street from the ISU campus in Illkirch. The rate is €79 per room (+ €1.50 city tax per person per night). The hotel has an airport shuttle service from […]

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Roscosmos on board with the use of ISS as Martian flight simulator

Roscosmos on board with the use of ISS as Martian flight simulator

robust life support systems as envisioned on Mars to grow food and recycle waste water. Roscosmos, Russia’s space agency, suggests using the ISS to train crews for the flight to Mars. They have proposed to expand the length of ISS expeditions to a year or even longer.  At present crews spend 6 months at the […]

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