BIS Hosts 14th Reinventing Space Conference in London
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Weekly Planet Watch – Evening Planets: Venus (SW), Mars (SW), Saturn (SW), Uranus (E), Neptune (SE); Morning Planets: Jupiter (E).
4th Asia Oceania Space Weather Workshop: The Risk of Space Weather – Regional Action
| Oct 24 — The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco CA: How to Make a Spaceship! (without NASA).
Oct 24 — Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Tucson AZ: Colloquium: Geophysics of Pluto and Charon; Francis Nimmo from University of California – Santa Cruz, 16:00.
Oct 24 — University of Arizona Department of Astronomy, Steward Observatory, Tucson AZ: Lecture: Black Holes, Gravitational Waves, and “Interstellar”; Sam Gralla of UA Dept. of Physics, 19:30.
Oct 24-27 — British Interplanetary Society, UK Space Agency, Airbus Defence & Space, et al, London, United Kingdom: 14th Reinventing Space Conference (RIspace); at Royal Society.
Oct 24-27 — JPL, NASA/Caltech, Pasadena CA: 3rd International Workshop on Instrumentation for Planetary Missions.
Oct 24-27 — Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), Reed Exhibitions, Singapore: APEX EXPO and Aircraft Interiors Expo Asia (AIX Asia).
Oct 24-27 — Asia Oceania Space Weather Alliance, Korean Space Weather Center, Jeju, South Korea: 4th Asia Oceania Space Weather Alliance (AOSWA) Workshop.
Oct 24-28 — Canadian Space Agency, ESA, NASA, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Conference: Exploring the Universe with JWST – II.
Oct 24-28 — African Association of Remote Sensing, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Makerere University, et al, Kampala, Uganda: 11th International Conference of the African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE).
Oct 24 — Moon: 1.5° SSW of Regulus, 18:00.
Oct 24 — Comet 73P-BD/Schwassmann-Wachmann: At perihelion (1.001 AU).
NET Q4 — Interorbital Systems Corp., Launch Neptune 5 (5 CPM) vehicle / 30 Nanosats, Mojave CA: Planning to launch Neptune 5 Common Propulsion Module (CPM) to loft 30 nanosats to LEO, including payloads for GLXP teams Team Synergy Moon, Part-Time Scientists, Plan B & EuroLuna.
Oct 15 – Sep 4, 2017 — Peabody Essex Museum, Salem MA: Lunar Attraction Exhibit; featuring 60 Apollo memorabilia, paintings, sculptures, photographs, books, movies, jewelry that illustrate our profound connection to the Moon.
Oct 21-28 — National Meteorological Satellite Center (NMSC), Songdo City, Incheon, S Korea: 7th Asia-Oceania / 2nd AMS-Asia / 2nd KMA Meteorological Satellite Users’ Conference.
Oct 25-26 — Federal Aviation Administration, Washington DC: FAA COMSTAC Fall Meeting.
Oct 25-27 — American Astronautical Society, University of Alabama in Huntsville, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville National Space Club, Huntsville AL: 9th Wernher von Braun Memorial Symposium; at University of Alabama – Huntsville campus.
Oct 25-27 — ESA, Space Technology Centre – University of Dundee, Yokohama, Japan: International SpaceWire Conference 2016.
Oct 25-28 — Geological Society of America, Denver CO: Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting.
Oct 25 — Venus: 3.1° N of Antares, 05:00.
Oct 25 — Amor Asteroid 2016 PY78: Near-Earth Flyby (0.083 AU).
Oct 25 — Aten Asteroid 2015 KA: Near-Earth Flyby (0.097 AU).
Oct 26 — STEREO (Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory) A & B, Heliocentric Orbit: NASA craft imaging Sun and solar phenomena enter 11th year in space today.
Oct 26-29 — American Society for Gravitational and Space Research, Cleveland OH: 32nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR).
Oct 26 — Amor Asteroid 2016 UH: Near-Earth Flyby (0.051 AU).
Oct 26 — Aten Asteroid 2016 TA57: Near-Earth Flyby (0.061 AU).
Oct 26 — Apollo Asteroid 2016 TV10: Near-Earth Flyby (0.070 AU).
Oct 26 — Amor Asteroid 2016 TJ56: Near-Earth Flyby (0.093 AU).
Oct 27 — Huntsville National Space Club, Boeing Company, Huntsville AL: 28th Annual Wernher von Braun Memorial Dinner; at US Space & Rocket Center.
Oct 27 — Cornell University, Ithaca NY: Lecture: Surface-atmosphere Connections on Titan; Jonathan Mitchell of UCLA, 16:00.
Oct 27-28 — Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Taipei, Taiwan: Workshop: Submillimeter Array (SMA) Science in the Next Decade.
Oct 27 — Mercury: At superior conjunction with Sun (1.430 AU from Earth), 06:00.
Oct 27 — Aten Asteroid 413260 (2003 TL4): Near-Earth Flyby (0.026 AU).
Oct 27 — Aten Asteroid 2012 UA34: Near-Earth Flyby (0.095 AU).
Oct 28 — Cornell University, Ithaca NY: The Pluto System as Revealed by New Horizons; Kelsi Singer of SwRI, 12:30.
Oct 28 — Moon: 1.4° NNE of Jupiter, 01:00.
Oct 29 — Cassini: Flyby of moon Titan (860,000-km altitude).
Oct 29 — Moon: 5.5° NNE of Spica, 03:00.
Oct 29 — Mars: At perihelion (distance 1.2363 AU from Sun), 03:00.
Oct 29 — Venus: 3.0° S of Saturn, 12:00.
Oct 29 — Aten Asteroid 2016 TZ19: Near-Earth Flyby (0.049 AU).
Oct 30 — Standard Time (Europe): Change clocks back 1 hour, from Summer Time to Standard Time.
Oct 30 – Nov 1 — Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics, Vietnam Institute of Physics, et al, Hanoi, Vietnam: Hanoi International Workshop: Gravitation and the Universe.
Oct 30 – Nov 4 — Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Seoul, South Korea: 7th KIAS Workshop on Cosmology and Structure Formation.
Oct 30 — Moon: New Moon, 07:38; 4.2° N of Mercury, 12:00.