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« : 27 Апрель 2008, 15:47:26 »


На 37-я Научной Ассамблее КОСПАР (COSPAR), которая состоится 13-20 июля 2008 г. в Монреале, Канада, в секции
PEDAS1 Space Debris: Improving the Knowledge and Controlling the Risk  мы получили приглашённый доклад:

Кроме того, в этой секции у нас еще будет один устный доклад:
THE ISON INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGNS FOR MONITORING OF FAINT HIGH ALTITUDE OBJECTS, Igor Molotov, Vladimir Agapov, Vasiliy Rumyantsev, Vadim Biryukov, Thomas Schildknecht, Nail Bakhtigaraev, Mansur Ibrahimov, Pavel Papushev, Nasredin Minikulov, Sergei Andrievsky

и один постерный:
GLOBAL GEO SURVEY SUBSYSTEM OF THE ISON, Igor Molotov, Vladimir Agapov, Vasiliy Rumyantsev, Vadim Biryukov, Gennadiy Kornienko, Elena Litvinenko, Alexander Vikhristenko, Rodolfo Zalles, Irina Guseva, Raguli Inasaridze
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« Ответ #1096 : 20 Декабрь 2018, 22:59:01 »

Call for Papers for AMOS Conference 2019

Call for Papers for AMOS 2019 - Due March 1


2019 Key Dates

March 1    Abstract Deadline
Week of May 1    Notification of Acceptance
June 28*    Student Award Technical Paper Deadline*
August 15    Last Day to Update Abstracts; Presenter Registration, Photo and Bio Deadline
August 30    Technical Paper & Copyright Agreement Deadline
September 10    Oral Presentations Due

Maui Economic Development Board is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 20th annual Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies (AMOS) Conference scheduled to take place September 17-20, 2019 at the Wailea Marriott in Maui, Hawaii.

The more than 100 technical papers offered as oral presentations or poster presentations are the core of the annual AMOS Conference. The rich array of presenters cover research and development ongoing in the many fields related to space situational awareness such as adaptive optics and imaging, orbital debris, astrodynamics, non-resolved object characterization and more.

The AMOS Program Committee reviews all submissions from the annual Call for Papers and selects those that best meet the scientific and technical goals of the conference. We encourage submissions from international, undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) at an accredited college or university. International and student participants will receive a reduced conference fee.

Please visit https://amostech.com/amos-speakers/ for all the details on submitting an abstract.  Proposals for special sessions, such as panels and invited oral presentations are also considered.

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« Ответ #1097 : 14 Январь 2019, 19:14:59 »


International Recent Advances in Space Technologies(RAST) conferences are organized by Hezârfen Aeronautics and Space Technologies Institue every odd years since 2003. Approximately 600 participants over 30 countries join to conference which is sponsered by IEEE, AIAA, ISPRSS, GRSS. As the previous years, we will be held RAST conference in June 11-14th, 2019, in Harbiye Museum (İstanbul). A huge number of students, academics and scienticsts are expected to participate to conference. There will be tutorials, special sessions, panels and presentations. The main theme of conference is "Space for the Sustainable Development Goals" which is parallel to United Nations' goals for "Space for Sustainable Development Goals:2030".  We will accept papers about the topics which is in CFP. You can see the poster and CFP from RAST website. Deadline for submission of full papers is March 18th, 2019.

National Defence University,
Hezârfen Aeronautics and Space Technologies Institue
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« Ответ #1098 : 15 Январь 2019, 04:54:18 »


2nd IAA Conference on Space Situational Awareness

January 14-16, 2020
Hilton Arlington, Washington, D.C., USA

Due to the generous sponsorship from the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department of the University of Florida (UF) invites you to attend the second International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Conference on Space Situational Awareness (ICSSA). The ICSSA will be hosted at the Hilton Arlington, in Washington, D.C., USA, from January 14th to January 16th 2020.

The foremost purpose of Space Situational Awareness (SSA) is to provide decision-making processes with a quantifiable and timely body of evidence (predictive/imminent/forensic) of behavior(s) attributable to specific space domain threats and hazards. The conference will cover broad-ranging technical and policy related aspects associated with the topic of SSA. Over the past two decades, SSA has evolved into a high-impact, multidisciplinary field of research. The magnitude and complexity of its constituent lines of inquiry are growing at rapid pace, driven by the increasing number of objects of interest, including resident space objects: RSOs (a collective term for active spacecraft and space debris) as well as near Earth objects: NEOs (comets and asteroids in Earth’s vicinity). Combining its various “notions”, SSA today spans research in areas of RSO/NEO sensing, identification, forecasting, tracking, association, risk assessment, resource allocation, spacecraft control, information & communication, proximity operations, debris removal, space weather, drag-controlled re-entry, alternative (non-propulsive) deorbiting technologies, liability and insurance issues and a host of other related topics. Continued sustainable access and utilization of space relies on the awareness of its environment, both from the perspective of human operators on the ground and autonomous spacecraft during flight. Moreover, as the nature and number of participants utilizing the space environment grows, there is critical need for steadfast governance driven by a coherent space policy.

Conference Co-Chairs:
Riccardo Bevilacqua, University of Florida
Moriba Jah, University of Texas at Austin
Mrinal Kumar, Ohio State University

Organizing Committee Members:
Jeng-Shing (Rock) Chern, Canada
Arun Misra, Canada
Ali Al-Mashat, France
Luciano Anselmo, Italy
Carmen Pardini, Italy
Thomas Schildknecht, Switzerland

For questions regarding registration and logistics, please contact:
Katie MacWilkinson, University of Florida Conference Department

Important Dates:
Abstract Deadline: August 15, 2019
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« Ответ #1099 : 19 Январь 2019, 14:00:10 »

[BinAst5] 5th Binary Asteroids in the Solar System Workshop: First Call


The first Binary Asteroids in the Solar System Workshop was held in Steamboat Springs, CO, in 2007. The workshop has been held every three years since in Poland, Hawai'i, and the Czech Republic.

It is time for the 5th workshop, which will return to Colorado, this time in Fort Collins, near the Colorado State University campus, on 2019 September 3-5.

Details are available at


Registration and abstract submission are now open.

We appreciate that the dates are squeezed in around other major meetings such as EPSC/DPS in Geneva, but we hope to fill the registration list to maximum anyway.

The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 60. Keep that in mind if you tend to procrastinate (the U.S. shutdown notwithstanding).

The workshops are characterized by a relaxed atmosphere and free format, with almost as much time for discussion as for the presentations themselves.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together various ideas on the detection, characterization, formation, and implications of binary and multiple objects among the NEO, main-belt, Trojan, Centaur, TNO populations. We hope to include all of the many modes of observation, in all of the dynamical populations, as well as theory and numerical modeling of formation and evolution of these systems. We especially welcome the new topics of rings of small bodies, and heliocentric orbital pairs of asteroids and their implications.

A reception will be held Tuesday (Sept 3) evening followed by two full days of oral presentations (Sept 4-5). A separate room will be available for posters.

There should be some funds available for students to either waive the registration fee or for travel support.

Students hoping for a grant should register soon. No payment will be required at the time. However, registering will reserve a seat in the meeting room pending review of the request.

We're looking for a few good professionals to serve on the SOC. If willing, please send me an email off-line.

As the head of the English department at a well-known college once wrote, "Looking forward to hopefully seeing you there."


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Brian D. Warner
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« Ответ #1100 : 19 Январь 2019, 14:04:51 »


EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019  (European Planetary Science Congress & Division for Planetary Scienes of AAS)
Centre International de Conférences de Genève (CICG) | Geneva | Switzerland
15–20 September 2019

Aims & scope

The intention of the EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019 is to cover a broad area of science topics related to planetary science and planetary missions. The programme of the congress will contain oral and poster sessions, and it will emphasize workshops and panel discussions in order to have a strong interaction between the participants.

The Scientific Organizing Committee of the EPSC-DPS2019 invites all planetary scientists to participate in the congress, submit contributions to the topical sessions and share their research with colleagues and friends. We look forward to welcoming you in Geneva, Switzerland.

Important deadlines
20 February 2019: Call-for-abstracts
08 May 2019, 13:00 CEST: Abstract submission deadline
05 June 2019: Letter of acceptance (no information on presentation type)
04 July 2019: Letter of schedule (including information on presentation type) / upload of conference programme
31 July 2019: Late poster abstract deadline
31 July 2019: Early registration deadline

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« Ответ #1101 : 19 Январь 2019, 20:24:45 »

Announcement of STARS2019 and SMFNS2019, Havana, Varadero, Cuba

*Dear Colleague*
*We are pleased to announce the meetings:*
*STARS2019* - 5th Caribbean Symposium on Cosmology, Gravitation, Nuclear
and Astroparticle Physics and *SMFNS2019* - 6th International Symposium
on Strong Electromagnetic Fields and Neutron Stars, to be held from May
6 to 12, 2019, in Havana and Varadero (Cuba), respectively
The events are the fifth and sixth in a series of meetings gathering
scientists working on astroparticle physics, cosmology, gravitation,
nuclear physics, and related fields. As in previous years, the meeting
sessions will consist of invited and contributed talks and will cover
recent developments in the following topics:

*STARS2019* *– *New phenomena and new states of matter in the Universe,
general relativity, gravitation, cosmology, heavy ion collisions and the
formation of the quark-gluon plasma, white dwarfs, neutron stars and
pulsars, black holes, gamma-ray emission in the Universe, high energy
cosmic rays, gravitational waves, dark energy and dark matter, strange
matter and strange stars, antimatter in the Universe, and topics related
to these.
*SMFNS2019* *– *Strong magnetic fields in the Universe, strong magnetic
fields in compact stars and in galaxies, ultra-strong magnetic fields in
neutron star mergers, quark stars and magnetars, strong magnetic fields
and the cosmic microwave background, and topics related to these.
*Professor Walter Greiner Award* will be granted to the best three
posters presented by students at the conferences.
For more details (registration, registration fees, call for abstracts,
proceedings, travel information and accommodation) please visit
We count on your participation.
Best Regards
Сергей Шмальц
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« Ответ #1102 : 21 Январь 2019, 16:00:53 »


Exploiting Synergies: NEO & debris detection conference
Tue, Jan 22 from 9:00 - 11:00am CET Science & Technology

Webcast of the opening plenary address, 09:00-09:30, and panel discussion, 09:30-10:30. The panel will be followed by media Q&A.

ESA is hosting its first-ever joint technology conference that brings together two fundamental pillars of space safety and security: the hunt for near-Earth objects, like asteroids, and the need to detect space debris in Earth orbit. Exploiting Synergies will include the latest in observation techniques, orbit determination methods, risk management and data exchange for both naturally formed risky rocks and potentially hazardous human-made debris.
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