PDC 2017 Tokyo registration (daily registration)

PDC17
IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC 2017) registration. 15-19 May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. The International Academy of Astronautics is holding the 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference. The conference fee is € 100. It includes attendance at the conference for one day only. (Conference dinner not included).
 
 
Price: €100.00

PDC 2017 Tokyo registration (accompanying person)

PDC17
IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC 2017) registration. 15-19 May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. The International Academy of Astronautics is holding the 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference. The conference fee is € 150. Conference dinner is included.
 
 
Price: €150.00

PDC 2017 Tokyo registration (students)

PDC17
IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC 2017) registration. 15-19 May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. The International Academy of Astronautics is holding the 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference. The conference fee is € 150 for students. It includes attendance at the conference, conference lunches and coffee breaks (Conference dinner is not included).
 
 
Price: €150.00

PDC 2017 Tokyo registration (IAA member)

PDC17
Restricted to IAA Members and Corresponding Members. IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC 2017) registration. 15-19 May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. The International Academy of Astronautics is holding the 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference. The conference fee is € 450 for IAA Academicians. It includes attendance at the conference, conference lunches, coffee breaks and the Conference dinner.
 
 
Price: €450.00

PDC 2017 Tokyo registration

PDC17
IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC 2017) registration. 15-19 May 2017, Tokyo, Japan. The International Academy of Astronautics is holding the 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference. The conference fee is € 550. It includes attendance at the conference, conference lunches, coffee breaks and the Conference dinner.
 
 
Price: €550.00

MIC3 Report

B037
Inventive Ideas for Micro/Nano-Satellite The MIC3 Report, Published 2015, 158 pages. Hardcover. This volume represents final papers from the third Mission Idea Contest for Micro/Nano Satellite Utilization (MIC3). The primary goal of MIC is to inspire new and innovative approaches to space exploration and exploitation. Prior to the 3rd contest, the Pre-workshop for the 3rd Mission Idea Contest was held in Tokyo, Japan in November 23, 2013 as a match-making event for potential satellite users and developers.
 
 
Price: €80.00

Psychology & Culture

EB015
Psychology and Culture during Long-Duration Space Missions, Published 2009, 55 pages. The objective of this report is twofold: a) to describe the current knowledge of cultural, psychological, psychiatric, cognitive, and interpersonal issues that are relevant to the behavior and performance of astronaut crews and ground support personnel; and b) to make recommendations for future human space missions, including both transit and planetary surface operations on the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
 
 
Price: €10.00

Medical Safety & Liability

EB014
Medical Safety and Liability Issues for Short-Duration Commercial Orbital Space Flights, Published 2009, 32 pages. The objective of this report is to identify and prioritize medical screening considerations in order to preserve the health and promote the safety of paying passengers who intend to participate in short-duration flights (up to 4 weeks) onboard commercial orbital space vehicles. This report is intended to provide general medical guidance to the operators of orbital manned commercial space vehicles for the medical assessment of prospective passengers.
 
 
Price: €10.00

Asteroids and Comets

EB013
Dealing with the Threat to Earth from Asteroids and Comets, Published 2009, 140 pages. Hardcover. The Earth has been struck by asteroids and comets (Near-Earth Objects, NEOs) many times throughout its history. This report of the International Academy of Astronautics addresses the nature of the threat, expected future impacts, and the consequences of impacts from various size NEOs. It reviews current programs to detect, track, and characterize NEOs, and the future improvements required in order to take responsible and timely action.
 
 
Price: €10.00

Artificial Gravity

EB012
Artificial Gravity Research to enable Human Space Exploration, Published 2009, 37 pages. The scope of the report covered the key biomedical research questions that need to be answered to make artificial gravity a practical countermeasure and the facilities and flight opportunities required to answer key questions to accomplish the necessary research. Human and animal experiments, on Earth and in space, were considered for both short-radius intermittent centrifugation and long-radius continuous rotation paradigms. 10€ for a pdf format version. €10.00 (electronic version).
 
 
Price: €10.00

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