diskussionsaften: liv på Mars?


et af de gamle spørgsmål i forbindelse med astronomi har været om der er liv på Mars.
en diskussionsaften indledes med et oplæg ved næstformand Finn Willadsen i Dansk Selskab for Rumfartsforskning.


Rumstationer og deres rolle i rumforskningen


Rumstationer og deres rolle i rumforskningen onsdag 21. april 2021 klokken 19.oo Skype foredrag ved næstformand Finn Willadsen Dansk Selskab for Rumfartsforskning I 1971 blev den den første rumstation Saljut 1 opsendt. den er siden blevet efterfulgt af mange rumstationer fra Sovjetunionen, USA, Kina og så den internationale rumstation ISS. […]

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satellitbaner og deres brug


satellitbaner og deres brug onsdag den 19. maj 2021 klokken 19.oo skype foredrag med næstfomand Dansk selskab for Rumfartsforskning Finn Willadsen Satellitter har i dag en mængde forskellige anvendelser og udgør en væsentlig del af det moderne samfunds infrastruktur. Satellitter kredser om Jorden i forskellige baner ude i verdensrummet. Forskellige […]

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GLEX 2021 i Skt. Petersborg

St. Petersborg Shpalernaya Ulitsa 47, St Petersburg

The Global Space Exploration Conference (GLEX) 2021 will take place in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation from 14 – 18 June 2021. The Conference, co-organized by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and ROSCOSMOS, will bring together leaders and decision-makers within the science and human exploration community – engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, educators, […]

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IAC 2021 i Dubai

For the very first time, the IAC will open its doors to the global space community in the United Arab Emirates, the first Arab country to host the IAC since its establishment in 1950. With the theme “Inspire, Innovate & Discover for the Benefit of Humankind”, the IAC 2021 looks forward to making a contribution to humanity and to science by strengthening and enhancing cooperation between all countries in the space sector.

IAC 2022 i Paris

For IAC 2022, our motto is “Space for @ll”: we will be reaching beyond the space community to bring together all communities along with the burgeoning global ecosystem of start-ups, entrepreneurs, laboratories, research scientists and manufacturers likely to get involved in space activities or benefit from them. We will offer great opportunities for networking and forging contacts and potential partnerships.

GLOC 2023 i Oslo

The conference programme is designed to bring together the international community, including senior representatives of the major space agencies, industries, governments, policy makers, academia and NGOs, as well as representatives of non-space sectors involved in the climate change debate. These leaders in the field will converge in Oslo, Norway to present results, exchange ideas, debate roadmaps, and discuss the future opportunities provided by space activities to contribute to the global climate change mitigation efforts.