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A Media Kit including a variety of items for COSPAR 2024 is now available for Assembly participants and the press.
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A new version of the COSPAR 2024 Scientific Assembly poster with QR code links to the scientific program, abstract submission, and general information is available. Please download and display:
Early Bird discounted rates are now available for the 45th COSPAR Scientific Assembly (COSPAR 2024). Register now to secure your spot and join leading space science researchers from around the world in Busan, for COSPAR 2024. The Call for Abstracts can be accessed here. Registration is at www.cospar2024.org/
The second Newsletter of the COSPAR 2024 Local Organizing Committee (LOC) and Professional Congress Organizer (PCO) is now available by clicking this news item.
As an affiliated body of the International Science Council (ISC), COSPAR is pleased to share the 2023 call for nominations to the ISC Fellowship. Send your nominations to us at email@example.com by 12 October 2023 and we will forward them to ISC.
COSPAR is creating a new SmallSats-focussed programme, building on the Panel on Capacity Building’s decades of experience of bringing workshops on the latest research techniques to scientists in developing countries.
Several members of the LSSR editorial board have recently be recognized by the International Association for Radiation Research (IARR) and the Radiation Research Society (RSS). Click for more information.
COSPAR congratulates ISRO on the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the Moon and on the first explorations of the surface by the Pragyaan Rover.