Sandra Bullok in "Gravity" and Jennifer Lawrence in "Passengers" splashed into water in their recent SciFi movies - future interplanetary astronauts may profit from the technique known as full body water immersion according to Jenna Tiwana's work.
“ISU MSS18 students of the International Space University (ISU) led by visiting professor Gongling Sun braved the elements of wind, rain and the cold by competing in Ekiden de Strasbourg” reports Kwasi Nkansah an MSS18 participant.
At the occasion of the International Astronautical Congress (IAC17) event in Adelaide, Australia, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the German Aerospace Center, DLR, and the International Space University, ISU on 27 September 2017.
From 19 to 21 November 2017 a workshop will be organized at the International Space University (ISU) in Illkirch, Strasbourg dedicated to the Moon Village concept.
HI SEAS V is a NASA program of long duration (seven and a half months) Martian mission simulation which recently ended. It was composed of a core team of six members including two ISU alumni – Master of Space Studies MSS15, James (Jay) Bevington was the commander and Brian Ramos the health and performance officer.
ISU alumni know that being able to design an effective poster is a useful and important skill to possess. Hence, several of them came and supported this year’s Master of Space Studies (MSS) group assignment led by the International Space University ’s (ISU) resident faculty Professor Hugh Hill.
On 19 September 2017, the International Space University’s (ISU) founder Dr. Peter Diamandis, accompanied by Planetary Resources CEO Chris Lewicky and Luxembourg Space Resources Board member Georges Schmit, visited ISU and addressed the MSS18 students in two inspiring lectures.
The International Space University (ISU) encourages the creation and expansion of knowledge and the exchange and dissemination of ideas in all fields of space. ISU students had a good chance to get information and more practice during a recent trip about Remote Sensing.
As it has now become a tradition, the International Space University (ISU) combined the graduation of the Master of Space Studies MSS17 class with the opening of the MSS18 at the same time allowing for a networking opportunity for the newcomers.
At the occasion of the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, an agreement was signed between the Honorable Susan Close, Minister for Education, representing the Government of South-Australia, Prof. Tanya Monro, Vice President, representing the University of South-Australia (UniSA) and Prof. Walter Peeters, president of ISU.
From this academic year onwards the ISU participants will have the pleasure to receive excellent insight in the Chinese space sector via an alumnus, Gongling Sun (SSP98 in Cleveland).