Events

November 20, 2015
 

Upcoming Events – November 2015

Nov. 20Lecture: Human Colonisation of Mars, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 22-27XVII IAG/USP Advanced School on Astrophysics: 3D Spectroscopy and Spectral Synthesis, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 23Phobos and Deimos Webcast: Space Weathering and Regolith, DusSpace Weathering and Regolith, Dust

Nov. 23-25The 1st Colombia-ICRANet Julio Garavito Armero Meeting, Bogota, Colombia

Nov. 23-26Workshop on Innovative Technologies for Space Optics: Active Optics, Free Forms, Straylight Modelling and Test, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Nov. 23-2712th European Space Weather Week, Ostend, Belgium

Nov. 23-27Workshop: Galileo Teacher Training Program, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Nov. 23-27Workshop: Microstructures of Black Holes, Kyoto, Japan

Nov. 23-28IBS-MultiDark Joint Workshop on Dark Matter and 13th MultiDark Consolider Workshop, Madrid, Spain

Nov. 23-28Indo-French Astronomy School for Optical Spectroscopy, Pune, India

Nov. 23-Dec. 11PhD School in Theoretical Physics, Florence, Italy

Nov. 24Lecture: Volcanism on Earth and Mars, Tucson, Ariz.

Nov. 24-25London Space Week, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 24-25Starship Engineer Workshops, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 24-27Science Operations 2015: Science Data Management — An ESO/ESA Workshop, Garching, Germany

Nov.Teleconference: Review of Progress Toward the Decadal Survey Vision in New Worlds, New Horizons in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Nov. 25Lecture: The Brits Who Got the Americans to the Moon — Or the NASA Cricket Team!, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 25-27Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Aerospace Technology, Cairns, Australia

Nov. 25-28International Conference on General Relativity, Amravati, India

Nov. 26Presentation: To See the Beginning of Time, Stourport On Severn, United Kingdom

Nov. 26Collaborate to Innovate Space Conference 2015, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom

Nov. 28-29Meeting: Einstein’s Legacy — Celebrating 100 Years of General Relativity, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 29-Dec. 4Conference: Extreme Solar Systems III, Waikoloa, Hawaii

Nov. 30Mars 2020 Landing Site Selection Discussion, Ithaca, N.Y.

Nov. 30Phobos and Deimos Webcast: Phobos-Deimos ISRU

Nov. 30-Dec. 1Meeting: Extreme Weather Events and Climate Change Attribution, Washington, D.C.

Nov. 30-Dec. 2Workshop on Results from High-Resolution VLBI: Dissecting the Universe, Bonn, Germany

Nov. 30-Dec. 2ARCHES Scientific Workshop: X-ray Surveys with Advanced Multi-Wavelength Cross-Identification Methods, Paris, France

Nov. 30-Dec. 26th European Space Cryogenics Workhops: Innovation and Challenges, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Nov. 30-Dec. 4Workshop: High Performance Clocks, with Special Emphasis on Geodesy and Geophysics and Applications to Other Bodies of the Solar System, Bern, Switzerland

Nov. 30-Dec. 5Workshop: The Solar System as Seen by the ELTs, Garching, Germany

Nov. 30-Dec. 5Conference: A Century of General Relativity, Berlin, Germany

Nov. 30-Dec. 53rd IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop & International Workshop on Lean Satellite Standardization, Rome, Italy




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