COSPAR 2020 call for papers

By on 21 August, 2019

SpaceX’s PAZ mission, carrying the first satellites for the Starlink constellation, lifts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base. Image: SpaceX via Flickr.

The 43rd COSPAR scientific assembly is seeking speakers for the event in Sydney next year.

The event’s aim is to encourage scientific research in space at a global stage, with emphasis on exchanging outcomes, data and views, and to provide a forum accessible to all researchers to discuss issues that may influence science space studies.

The theme for 2020 Assembly is ‘Connecting Space Research for Global Impact’.

The organisers are looking for abstracts with not more than two contributors per abstract and the submitter as the lead author. For each abstract submitted, an administrative charge of $25 will be charged to process them (the abstract fee doesn’t register the submitter for the event).

The deadline for abstract submission is 14th February 2020, and the event will be taking from 15th-22nd August 2020, at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

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