The four graduating students from the United Arab Emirates were proud to see the Director General of the UAE's Space Agency, Dr. Al Ahbabi speaking at the Closing Ceremony on 15 February at the University of South Australia (UniSA) in Adelaide.

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The final event in the public lecture series of ISU’s and UniSA’s Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program SHSSP19 was delivered by Brigadier General Sir Pete Worden (USAF Ret.) of the Breakthrough Foundation. His marquee project, Starshot, was revealed to an excited audience.

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“This February SpaceUp is coming back to Strasbourg. What makes a SpaceUp conference unique is that it is an unconference. An unconference is an all participant conference where there are no spectators” writes Farnoosh Sheini, an ISU MSS19 student and co-organizer of SpaceUp ISU.

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Last week, the International Space University ISU’s Master of Space Studies MSS19 students availed themselves of a number of one-to-one sessions with recruiting experts from HE Space - a privately owned personnel recruitment company with an exclusive focus on the space sector.

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In conjunction with the yearly Israel Space Week, ISU President J. de Dalmau was hosted on 27 January by Israel Space Agency (ISA) Director Avi Blasberger for discussions on the workforce development of Israeli space professionals and the training of promising young graduates.

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“This intensive program was developed by the International Space University and Aldrin Space Institute for students passionate about shaping the future of commercial space. Upon completion, students will earn a 12 credit Commercial Space Course Graduate Certificate.” Andrew Aldrin, Aldrin Space Institute

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By the end of 2017, NASA announced a new approach to its future exploration efforts, focusing on international and commercial cooperation to bring humankind back to the Moon, this, with the ultimate goal of, eventually, expanding human exploration to Mars.

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On 24 January 2019, on her way back from a conference in Brussels on the economic aspects of space activities, ISU’s Chancellor and Head of the German Aerospace Center, Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund paid a visit to ISU to remain informed on outstanding issues.

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The Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program (SHSSP) officially opened at the University of South Australia on 14 January 2019, bringing together 46 participants from 13 countries. Now in its 8th year, the prestigious program is conducted by UniSA in partnership with ISU.

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We are excited to announce that the International Space University will be continuing the traditional Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program blog!

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