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All articles of the first issue of the year of ASR (71/01) are OpenAccess for one complete year, as courtesy of Elsevier. These 80 peer-reviewed articles (1215 pages) can be downloaded by anyone without any paid subscription to the journal at:
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New Year's Greetings from the Committee on Space Research COSPAR
COSPAR will hold its fifth Symposium in Singapore, 16 - 21 April 2023, with a focus on Space Science with Small Satellites. Information on the scientific program is available at https://www.cospar-assembly.org/symposia. The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) website, for information on registration, accommodation and other matters, is open at http://www.cosparsg.org. Download the poster for display. Further to numerous requests to move the Singapore Symposium abstract deadline out of the holiday period, please now submit your contributions by 13 January 2023 at the latest.
Planning on going to the 45th COSPAR Scientific Assembly in Busan, 13 - 21 July 2024. You will want to read a recent announcement from the South Korean President concerning Korea’s ambitions for the Moon and Mars.
Recent free-to-read open access papers published in Advances in Space Research (ASR) are available through Elsevier's ScienceDirect site.
...With its Scientific Commission engaging in studies of the Earth from space, its Task Group on Global Climate Change, and its thousands of scientists convening regularly in assemblies and symposia, COSPAR helps develop the contributions and solutions that space research brings to fight climate change.... Click to read more.
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COSPAR congratulates NASA, ESA, DLR, ISA, and all their international partners for the successful launch of the Artemis1 Mission. Forward to the Moon!