ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 Mission Success: Women Shattering the Glass Ceiling

The Chandrayaan 3 mission made it possible for India to become the first nation to land a spacecraft on the south pole of the moon on August 23 2023, making that day historic. Discover the reaction of our Indian #Giants to this extraordinary mission, with a special tribute to the incredible women behind it.

2023-11-08T22:32:32+01:00November 8th, 2023|Tags: , , , |

Sheroes of Space, Nigeria: Celebrating their excellence in digital innovation and technological advancement

Sheroes of Space, Nigeria is a session that is dedicated to commemorating the efforts and strides of female professionals in the Nigerian space program. In addition to this, it will highlight the role that women have played in the advancement of space research in Nigeria through the utilization of digital technology.

2023-03-14T23:02:49+01:00March 14th, 2023|Tags: , , , , |

[SGC/IAC 2022] SGAC – ispace Scholarship

ispace and SGAC are collaborating to support 2 women, students or young professionals, from less represented countries, to attend the 20th Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the 73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) on 14 – 16 September and 18 – 22 September, 2022 respectively in Paris, France.

2022-06-20T09:42:44+02:00June 7th, 2022|Tags: , , , |

Time, distance and shielding – a radioprotective paradigm for Earth and beyond

Humans are preparing to embark on journeys further than they have travelled before, to expand our knowledge of what lies beyond our home planet. This will be no easy task, with only a handful of astronauts ever having been beyond the protective bubble surrounding our planet, and only briefly during the Apollo missions. This bubble is known as the magnetosphere and is the veritable force field which protects us from the harsh radiation environment of space and without it, life would not exist.

2020-05-11T20:39:50+02:00May 11th, 2020|Tags: , , , |
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