SGAC Chair Presents at the Fifth Meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG) in Turin, Italy

01 November, 2010

The International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems was established on a voluntary basis as an informal body to promote cooperation, as appropriate, on matters of mutual interest related to civilian satellite-based positioning, navigation, timing and value-added services, as well as the compatibility and interoperability of global navigation satellite systems, while increasing their use to support sustainable development, particularly in developing countries.

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SGAC Supports the 2011 Planetary Defense Conference Student Competition – Enter Today!

28 October, 2010

The International Academy of Astronautics will hold its second conference on protecting our planet from impacts by asteroids and comets from 9 - 12 May 2011 in Bucharest, Romania.  SGAC is proud to be involved by assisting in the organisation of the student paper competition, entitled "From Threat to Action."

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SGAC is currently looking for a full time (40h/week) intern in its main office in Vienna, Austria

15 October, 2010

The internship will have a duration of three months (Nov 24 2010 – Feb 25 2011). The intern will work under the supervision of the Executive Director. Half of his or her time will be dedicated to SGAC 2010 Annual Report, Executive Summary of the Annual Report, and SGAC marketing documents. Additionally, he or she will devote the other half of his or her time to library and documentation matters as well administrative help.

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SGAC Reception at the IAC 2010 in Prague

10 October, 2010

After organising yet another successful Space Generation Congress (SGC) in Prague, Czech Republic, SGAC was represented well at the 2010 International Astronautical Congress (IAC) by many of the SGAC's young leaders. Eleven SGC delegates were selected to presented their papers, demonstrating the quality of the SGC attendees.

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SGC 2010 Closes with Perspectives from the Young Space Generation and an Inspirational Speech from NASA Administrator, Maj. Gen. Charles F. Bolden

27 September 2010

The Space Generation Congress (SGC) 2010 closed on Saturday, 25 September with final presentations given by each of the five project groups (Industry, Agency, Climate, Exploration and Outreach) and five speeches delivered by top space professionals, including a first-time ever address at SGC by NASA Administrator, Charles F. Bolden.

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