“Myself and Kunal have just arrived and initiated our internships at Tohoku University in the beautiful city of Sendai in Japan. We are interning in the Space Robotics Laboratory which is the part of Aerospace Engineering Department. We join colleagues William Jones and David Rodriguez (MSS15) PhD. researchers in the Laboratory.

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Based upon recent events on how private data are used and related to the GDPR, some of the alumni have expressed some concerns due to this publicity and hype around Data Protection. ISU has taken the lead and is already quite advanced on this - alumni can rest assured.

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ISU MSS18 internship stories: students spread out all over the world. The last module of ISU's Master of Space Studies (MSS) program is a three-month internship that ISU students carry out in space agencies, space companies, start-ups, universities and other space-related organizations.

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Focusing on Master of Space Studies’ Year B: one of the MSS year B students, Ms. Xiaochen Zhang, reports back on her experience at ISU: “When I started MSS Year A in 2016, I wasn’t sure about what I wanted to do in the space sector.”

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The International Space University’s Space Studies Program (SSP) central campus staff is heading to The Netherlands for the 31st SSP, taking place from 25th June to 24th August 2018. Matthieu Clidi, the SSP18 event coordinator is sharing some updates on this imminent takeoff.

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The Master of Space Studies MSS18 students have left ISU’s central campus in order to go on internships. It is time for the MSS academic team to reflect on the academic year and especially to say good bye to Terence Boyle.

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The latest edition of SpaceTalk The Next Generation (SpaceTalk-TNG), the magazine designed and edited by alumni for all International Space University alumni is available now!

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ISU MSS18 Student René Michel reports on the Astronaut Panel and last day on campus.
« Il est venu le temps des fusées, Le monde est entré, Dans un nouveau millénaire - L'homme a voulu monter sur les étoiles, Ecrire son histoire, Sur la lune ou sur l'astéroïde. (Notre Dame de Paris)

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As part of the ISU Master of Space Studies (MSS) program, students are following elective lectures where they have the opportunity to study two specific topics in details. During the first elective week, several students chose the lectures on Life Support Systems (LSS).

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Astrobiology, which concerns life in the universe, is a truly interdisciplinary field of investigation and is always well-appreciated in the International Space University (ISU) curricula.  The recent MSS 2018 “Astrobiology Elective” (April 30 to May 11) was no exception”, said ISU Prof. Hugh Hill, leader of this Elective.   

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