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Galaxy NGC 1232. – ESO
ISU Alumni Conference 2020 - Message from ISU's Halit Mirahmetoglu
MSS20 Final TP Presentation
MSS20 Final TP Presentation. TP ChipSat - TP SETI
ISU Online ISP20 Interactive Space Program
The International Space University goes online this summer!
ISU Annual Scholarship Campaign 2020
SHSSP20 Team Project Presentations
Join Our SHSSP20 Participants as the present their final presentations. All audio and visual effects were controlled by the participants.
SHSSP20 Closing Ceremony
Message from ISU MSS Jessica Meir from ISS
ISU Alumna Jessica Meir wishing ISU's Master of Space Studies a Happy 25th Anniversary from the International Space Station! @astro_Jessica #NASA
Darkness Visible Down Under
Allan Scott Auditorium, University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide, Australia
Presented by Associate Professor Alan Duffy Decades of research have led astronomers to a staggering conclusion - that there exists a new, invisible type of mass that outweighs everything we can see five times over. I will explain how we know so much about the properties of a particle we have yet to discover, and how Australia is playing a leading role in uncovering the nature of this mysterious dark matter with SABRE, the world’s first dark matter detector in the Southern Hemisphere in the Stawell gold mine.
Night Sky Observing
Join UniSA and the City of Salisbury for a night among the stars! Have you ever looked up at the stars and wondered how to identify different constellations or how their story came to exist? Perhaps a thought you haven’t had is does everybody see their history in the same way? Australia has been occupied by humans for at least 50,000 years and over this time Aboriginal Australians have accumulated a detailed knowledge of the heavens above. In this event, Paul Curnow will give an introductory talk into Australian Aboriginal cultures and how their view of the night sky differs from the contemporary western view. Sponsored by the City of Salisbury.
International Astronaut and Human Spaceflight Panel
Allan Scott Auditorium, University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide, Australia Description: The International Astronaut and Human Spaceflight Panel is an annual highlight of each ISU session. SH-SSP participants and the public will have the opportunity to interact with astronauts who represent over 30 years of international spaceflight experience. Instructors:
Walter A.R. Peeters
SHSSP20 Opening Ceremony
Allan Scott Auditorium, The University of South Australia, City West Campus
The Opening Ceremony of SH-SSP20.
SHSSP20 Opening Ceremony
SHSSP20 Opening Ceremony To view the improved audio version of this live stream please go to https://tinyurl.com/SHSSP20-OpenCeremony
ISU Season's Greetings 2019
ISU Executive Space Course Canberra, Australia
ISU Australasian Alumni Meeting - SHSSP19
The ISU Australasian Alumni meeting was held on the 15th of February at the Mawson Centre in Adelaide during the end of the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SHSSP)
This meeting was adjourned with forming an organizing committee for the ISU Australasian Alumni Day for SHSSP20
Moon Village - ARCHES workshop on architecture for extreme environments
SHSSP19 - Opportunities in Australia's Space Industry
SHSSP19 - Model Rocket Workshop
The Annual model rocket competition of the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program was held on the 27th of January at the Pinkertain planes, Adelaide, South Australia.
ISU Chancellor Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund
Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund at ISU
SHSSP19 - Hazards of Human Space Exploration
Guest Speaker: Dr Gordon Cable
Plans for the exploration of deep space over the coming decades will see humans travel deeper into space and for longer periods than at any time in human history. A permanent presence in cis-lunar orbit, exploration of the lunar surface, and missions to the Mars system are all being planned. This new era of space exploration will expose humans to hazards not experienced since the Apollo program of the 1960s and 70s, but magnified by greater distance and much longer exposures. This presentation will use the paradigm of NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) which prioritizes 5 hazards of human spaceflight to explore the ways that the deep space environment can affect human physiology and health, and the challenges that must be overcome for exploration missions to succeed.