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IFR2018
IAA membership dues & donation 2018
 
 
Price: €250.00

IAA membership dues & donation 2018

IFR2018
IAA membership dues & donation 2018
 
 
Price: €180.00

IAA membership dues 2018

IFR2018
IAA individual membership dues 2018
 
 
Price: €150.00

Cubesat 3

B046
This book collects the papers presented during the 3rd IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions & CubeSat Workshop held in Rome in 2015. Like its previous two successful editions of 2011 and 2013, the goal of this Conference was to provide relevant information on University satellites, opening an international forum on the satellites community topics. It was addressed to researchers, professors and students from all over the world.
 
 
Price: €80.00

Space to Promote Peace

EB031
Space to Promote Peace (with focus on reconstruction of Afghanistan), Published September 2004, Paris, France, 119 pages, Can Space technology promote peace and development in the world? Can Space technology contribute to meet efficiently such a challenge and aid the Afghan and the international efforts of reconstruction in Afghanistan? Can Space- based tools make a difference? These are questions that nations having space-capabilities have to answer and make a combined effort to pitch in support of promoting peace and bring in an improvement in the quality of life of these people.
 
 
Price: €10.00

The Impact of Space Activities upon Society

EB029
The Impact of Space Activities upon Society, Published February 2005, Paris, France, 70 pages. As the 21st century gets further underway, the impact of space activities upon the welfare of humanity will only increase. We can imagine that during the 21st century the human expansion and insight into the cosmos will produce some of the more significant events of this new century. In addition to the enormous knowledge that space exploration has already delivered, space technologies have become integrated into everyday life so deeply that modern society could not function without them.
 
 
Price: €10.00

The Role of Space Architecture

EB028
The Role of Space Architecture, Published in 2013, 32 pages. The purpose of this study was to identify professional disciplines as tools that should collaborate and interact with each other in order to achieve comprehensive and balanced design solutions that would satisfy human needs during space flight and might be applied to diverse space missions.
 
 
Price: €10.00

Space Expectations: Shaping the Next Fifty Years

EB027
Space Expectations: Shaping the Next Fifty Years, Published in 2013, 23 pages. The purposes of the International Academy of Astronautics are to foster the development of astronautics for peaceful purposes, to recognize individuals who have distinguished themselves in a branch of science or technology related to astronautics, to provide a program through which the membership can contribute to international endeavors and partnerships in the advancement of aerospace science, while in cooperation with national science or engineering academies.
 
 
Price: €10.00

The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space

EB016
The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space, Published 2007, 146 pages. Hardcover. The purpose of this report is to articulate a vision for the scientific exploration of space in the first half of the 21 st Century. The compelling scientific and cultural imperatives that guide this vision provide the context for a logical, systematic, and evolutionary architecture for human expansion into the solar system. This architecture represents a new approach leading ultimately to human exploration of Mars and a permanent human presence in the solar system.
 
 
Price: €10.00

Space Debris Mitigation: Implementing Zero Debris Creation Zones

EB017
Space Debris Mitigation: Implementing Zero Debris Creation Zones, Published 2005, 61 pages. For several decades, orbital debris has been identified as a serious concern! This orbital debris potentially threatens future space missions, mainly in Low Earth Orbits and in Geostationary Earth Orbit, due to the risk of high energy collisions with valuable spacecraft. A complete presentation of the topic has been published with the year 2000 revision of the IAA Position Paper on Orbital Debris 1.
 
 
Price: €10.00

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