ISU Space Studies Program Hosted by CIT in Cork, Ireland
Jun 19 — SpaceX, Launch Falcon 9 / BulgariaSat 1, Cape Canaveral AFS FL: SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to launch launch BulgariaSat 1 communications satellite.
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Weekly Planet Watch – Evening Planets: Jupiter (SW), Saturn (SE); Morning Planets: Venus (E), Neptune (SE), Uranus (S), Neptune (SE).
Spaceport America Cup and USA Spaceport Initiatives Advancing Nationwide
| Jun 19-22 — AIAA, IEEE, URSI, Herzarfen Aeronautics and Space Technolgies Institute, et al, Istanbul, Turkey: 8th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies – RAST.
Jun 19-23 — Ames Research Center, NASA, Moffett Field CA: Conference: Kepler & K2 Science Conference IV; at NASA Ames.
Jun 19-23 — Europlanet, European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme, INAF, National Astronomical Observatory Rozhen, Sofia, Bulgaria: Comet Workshop 2017: Comet Formation Paradigm After Rosetta – What is the Hallmark of Cometary Nuclei Formation in Protoplanetary Discs Inherited from Rosetta?
Jun 19-24 — Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, UH – Hilo, High Technology Development Corporation, CFHT, PUEO (Perpetuating Unique Educational Opportunities), Subaru Telescope, Hilo HI: Women’s STem Aerospace Research Scholars (STAR) Program.
Jun 19-25 — French Aerospace Industries Association (GIFAS), Paris Le Bourget, France: International Paris Air Show; ESA Director General Jan Woerner and all ESA directors to open the ‘Space 4.0ur future’ overarching vision talks held daily.
Jun 19 — Mercury: At perihelion, 03:00.
May 5 – Jun 19 — Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston TX: Campaign 4: Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA 2017); 45 day analog spaceflight / Moon / Mars mission.
Jun 9-24 — British Interplanetary Society, Wells & Mendip Astronomers, Somerset, United Kingdom: WMA/BIS Space Art Show: Visions of Space 2.
Jun 10 – Sep 10 — EuroChem, TransTelekom, DHL, General Electric, Samsung, Siemens, Caspian Pipeline Consortium, Astana, Kazakhstan: Expo 2017 Astana: Future Energy.
Jun 15 – Aug 15 — International Space Elevator Consortium, Online: ISEC 2017 Summer Internship Program; six interns to perform home-based / online intern studies with ISEC.
Jun 17 – Aug 19 — Singularity University, Moffett Field CA: SU 2017 Global Solutions Program; a 9-week immersive, residential experience for students to develop Moonshot innovations addressing humanity’s grand challenges by leveraging exponential technology and entrepreneurial tools; Climate Change is overarching theme for 2017
Jun 18-23 — Gordon Research Conference, NASA, South Hadley MA: Gordon Research Conference: Origins of Solar Systems: Making a Habitable Planet.
Jun 18-23 — Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the Research Council of Norway, Trondheim, Norway: 4th STARMUS Festival: Life And The Universe.
Jun 20 — Founder Institute, Online: Founder Institute Star Fellow Program: How to Launch a Space Startup; featuring Bob Richards of Moon Express and Adeo Ressi, the founder of FI, 10:00.
Jun 20 — Silicon Valley Space Center, Online: Commercial Spaceflight Federation’s Ambassadors Program Webinar Series: Bigelow Aerospace, link to webinar program, starts 12:00.
Jun 20 — United States Postal Service, USA Nationwide: Total Eclipse of the Sun Forever Stamp to be issued today, commemorating Great American Solar Eclipse to occur Aug 21, features heat changing image of Full Moon.
Jun 20-22 — ESA, ESTEC, Leiden, The Netherlands: 14th Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation (ASTRA 2017).
Jun 20-22 — Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Earth Observation Summit 2017.
Jun 20-22 — Chicago Society for Space Studies, Deerfield IL: Go For Launch! educational program; featuring NASA astronaut Don Thomas, at Deerfield High School.
Jun 20-22 — Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel MD: 3rd International Asteroid Impact Deflection Assessment (AIDA) Workshop
Jun 20-23 — Applied Technology Institute, Columbia MD: Communications Payload Design; taught by Bruce Elbert from College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin.
Jun 20-24 — Spaceport America, Experimental Sounding Rocket Association, Las Cruces NM: Spaceport America Cup; world’s largest University rocket engineering competition on the vertical and horizontal launch campuses at Spaceport America.
Jun 20 — Summer Solstice: Longest day of the year (opposite in Southern Hemisphere) as Sun, traveling along ecliptic, reaches a point farthest north of celestial equator, 18:25.
Jun 20 — Moon: 2.4° S of Venus, 11:13.
Jun 20 — Amor Asteroid 2017 LW: Near-Earth Flyby (0.040 AU).
Jun 20 — Apollo Asteroid 2015 YC1: Near-Earth Flyby (0.084 AU).
Jun 21-23 — Challenger Center, Kapolei HI: Teacher Training for Return to the Moon; for teachers interested in bringing their class on a simulated space mission.
Jun 21-23 — IEEE, AESS, ESA, ASI, INAF, Padua, Italy: 4th IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for AeroSpace.
Jun 21 — Mercury: At superior conjunction, 04:00.
Jun 22 — National Science Foundation, Arlington VA / Online: Teleconference: Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (AAAC) Meeting.
Jun 22 — Moon: 0.5° N of Aldebaran, 04:23.
Jun 22 — Apollo Asteroid 2005 LW3 Near-Earth Flyby: Near-Earth Flyby (0.060 AU).
Jun 22 — Apollo Asteroid 2010 VZ11: Near-Earth Flyby (0.082 AU).
Jun 23 — Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, Moon Orbit: NASA spacecraft in extended mission begins 9th year in Moon orbit today; launched Jun 18, 2009.
Jun 23 — ISRO, Launch PSLV-C38 / Cartosat 2E, Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India: Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle to launch on PSLV-C38 mission for Cartosat 2E high-resolution Earth observation satellite and international secondary payloads.
Jun 23 — Moon: At perigee (distance 357,938 km), 00:49; New Moon, 16:31.
Jun 24 — Cassini, Saturn Orbit: Flyby of Titan scheduled at 338,000-km altitude.
Jun 24 — Astronomy in the Zenith, Natal, Brazil: Lecture: The OSIRIS-REX Mission.
Jun 24 — Space Center Houston, Houston TX: Lunch with an Astronaut, Brian Duffy, adult US$69.95.
Jun 24 – Jul 2 — The Meteoritical Society, Curtin University, The Institute for Geoscience Research (TIGeR), Perth, Australia: Workshop on Shock Metamorphism in Terrestrial and Extra-Terrestrial Rocks.
Jun 24 — Aten Asteroid 441987 (2010 NY65): Near-Earth Flyby (0.020 AU).
Jun 25 — SpaceX, Iridium Communications, Launch Falcon 9 / Iridium Next 11-20, Vandenberg AFB CA: SpaceX to launch 10 Iridium Next satellites aboard Falcon 9, launch 13:24:59.
Jun 25 — RISpace, British Interplanetary Society, Online / Glasgow, United Kingdom: Abstracts Due: 15th Reinventing Space Conference; Oct 24-27, at Strathclyde University Technology & Innovation Centre.
Jun 25-27 — Space Frontier Foundation, Moffett Field CA: NASA Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Technology Transfer Programs (SBIR/STTR).
Jun 25-28 — American Water Resources Association, Tysons VA: 2017 Summer Specialty Conference on Climate Change Solutions – Collaborative Science, Policy and Planning for Sustainable Water Management.