Friends and colleagues
If COSPAR 2021 were a rocket sitting at Vandenburg … or perhaps at Mahia Peninsula, from where my own team’s next pair of cubesats will launch pretty soon after the Assembly is over … then we’d be into the final countdown and all-systems-go for launch.
Miss the Live Stream? The recording of the Public Lecture is now available.
What is it like to work in space exploration and specifically onthe M2020 Mission? Here is your opportunity to learn first hand about M2020 from one of the key NASA scientists Dr Adrian Brown. Participants even have the opportunity to ask Dr Brown questions.
At COSPAR-K, the team at STEM Industry School Partnerships Program (SISPs) will challenge you to create smart habitats to improve liveability in space for future Mars based communities. You will learn to think like engineers in order to design Smart STEM focussed products for remote deployment and automation of devices on Mars. Areas of exploration will include product design, working with sensors and data, plus prototyping user interfaces for the remote management of resources.
Using real world science with a dash of sci-fi, we are exploring how plants and life will evolve on Mars. Plants vs Mars poses the questions: Will plants adapt? Will survival be dependent on engineered systems? Choose a side, Plants or Mars. Students will be required to explore the science, develop their argument and design a smart solution to support life on Mars.
This exciting creative interdisciplinary (cross-curriculum) design project will also be available for 2021 via the NSW SISP Program.
You can reach us from wherever you are in the world by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will want to grab the official t-shirt of the first ever Virtual Assembly in the history of COSPAR.
Missed the Space Agency Leaders’ Round Table live? You can now download and view the recording.
See the whole weeks’ program at a glance. Commencing Friday 28th January 2021.
View the extended interview videos of all Awardees here.