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Sept-Dec 2020 Summary:
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At Astroverse we understand that you don’t want millions of emails spammed to your inbox. As part of our subscription, we will aim to send you just ONE email per month, filled with lots of amazing UK Space Events, so that you can plan out your month; what you want to attend, and what you want to recommend to others.
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Below you’ll find a snipped preview of an Astroverse ‘Monthly Edition’
(4th March 2021 lectures example):
|04/03/2021||Shooting for the Stars – The first Half Century of ESA Mission Operations||RAeS||This lecture will recall the milestones of ESOC’s history from the point of view of the presenter, who experienced directly in the control rooms the last three and a half decades of ESA mission operations. The emotions, the dramas and successes of the past, which have created ESOC’s huge and unique reservoir of experience, are highlighted through anecdotes and real life stories of mission control.||Go to this event||Yes|
|04/03/2021||Skynet and Beyond, the UK’s Satellite Communications System and Branch AGM||RAeS||Patrick Wood will explore Skynet, a resiliant, flexible and secure communications system for the military. He will discuss the challenges of building and launching the space assets as well as the parallel challenge of delivering a new ground infrastructure, all as part of the largest Private Financed Initiative the UK MoD had at the time.||Go to this event||Yes|
|04/03/2021||Connect Harwell Nxt Gen: Speaker Session with Oxford Space Systems||HarwellHub||Dr. Keyer Mistry, Manisha Kushwaha and Samuel Puche from Oxford Space Systems will discuss their antenna development journey including RF performance, mechanical design and analysis and assembly and test. This also includes a networking session.||Go to this event||Yes|
The Astroverse Team
Joshua Finn is a graduate engineer working for Thales UK whilst completing his Masters degree in Space Exploration Systems at the university of Leicester. He graduated from the university of Surrey with a Bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering. Josh has competed in the UKSEDS Olympus Rover Trials and is dedicated to widening participation in the space industry for young professionals and students.
Myles Johnson is a Systems Engineer in the UK aerospace/defence industry, and a recent International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Program Alumni, with a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Myles is passionate in growing the UK Space entrepreneurship ecosystem and is currently leading the Lockheed Martin UK Outreach Team as well as supporting early careers through the RAeS Space Group ECS.
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