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Satellite TN Social Networking Activity
The TN Executive team would like to invite Satellite professionals both in industry and academia to join them on a social networking call on 8 July to discuss items of relevance to the industry.  For further details and to register for this call please see here for more details.


Webinar Updates

e28cb7134bd104f9bdd6947598224f96-huge-hoYou can now watch the Aerospace TN webinar ONDemand Urban Air Mobility – Hype or Hope 

Our webinar on ‘Satellite Technology for More Autonomous & Sustainable Civil Aerospace' has had to be postponed, however, we plan to reschedule and will publicise the new date to you asap.

8d0ff6cd668dbeedd7c0a4003d6c1b1e-huge-emDon’t forget to check out our Webinar Hub for details of all the other IET Technical Network webinars and you can even catch up with content from previous webinars if you missed registering for these the first-time round.

The Satellite Network is pleased to announce its collaboration with the following organisations.

97b904639572f0fbbbc8497a3cf2f7cb-huge-biThe British Interplanetary Society (BIS) promotes the exploration and use of space for the benefit of humanity, by connecting people to create, educate and inspire, and advance knowledge in all aspects of astronautics.

The British Interplanetary Society is one of the world’s leading think tanks on space development. The BIS organises lectures and conferences, produces general and technical publications, brings its members together to network and cooperate on projects, informs space policy and it represents the UK in space activities throughout the world.

8a0ab378f7723acddbe76588ac6db901-huge-suThe Space Universities Network provides resources and events to support university teaching staff of space science and engineering in the UK

They aim to enhance the quality of learning and teaching by providing support and resources to the higher education space science and engineering community. Theywish to help create a skilled workforce of graduates who can meet the challenges of future space exploration.  


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Despite the distractions of the current situation, the IAF Student Paper Competition again had a very good level of entries this year; our thanks are due to all the students and their supervisors who helped make this a very high-standard competition. The BIS would also like to extend its thanks to the IET for co-sponsorship and adjudication, and to UKSEDS and the Space Universities Network (SUN) for assisting with the judging.  On 2 May, three undergraduates and three postgraduates faced this intimidating panel of judges in the UK final.   read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Satellite Network May 18, 2020 5:28 pm BST


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