It is with strong regret and sadness that ISU learned about the sudden demise of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Dr. Kalam was the father of the Indian Space program as a space propulsion scientist.

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On May 21st, both ISU MSS teams presented their major findings of the Team Project (TP). As each year, one TP was more geared to a ‘Mission-to-Earth’ topic, a second one to a ‘Mission-from-Earth’.

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This year ISU will celebrate its 20th promotion of the Master in Space Studies (MSS) classes. At the same time the NASA selection for new astronauts has been announced.

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The objective of the Reversible Figures experiment was to investigate whether the perception of depth was altered in astronauts during long-duration spaceflight. The results of this experiment have just been published in PLoS One.

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The International Space University (ISU) in Strasbourg is world-renowned as a unique institution providing graduate-level training to future leaders of the global space community.

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The theme this year for the Space Studies Program (SSP) Arthur C. Clarke event is: “Where Space Meets Popular Culture”. The June 24th event, organized by ISU focuses on the intersection of Hollywood and science, where STEM meets STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).

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The ISU’s 28th Space Studies Program is kicking off, on Monday 8th June at 17.30 EDT, on Ohio University Campus, Walter Hall Rotunda! SSP15 is drawing more than 110 participants from 30 countries – and 150 more faculty members – to Athens, Ohio, from June 8-August 7, 2015.

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ISU is proud to announce that the 30th annual Space Studies Program (SSP) session will be hosted by the Cork Institute of Technology in Cork (CIT), Ireland from 26 June – 25 August 2017.

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The Via Satellite 2014 Excellence Award for the University Space Program of the Year was awarded to the International Space University (ISU) for the Space Studies Program (SSP).

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The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on 27th April 2015 to confirm Dr. Dava Newman as NASA’s deputy administrator, more than six months after the ISU lecturer was proposed to the post.

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