U.S. astronaut Scott Edward Parazynski is going to visit the Czech Republic in late August. He was involved in five missions onboard the U.S. space shuttle and seven times stepped into outer space. In Prague he will present his experience at two public lectures that will be held on Monday, August 24 in the building of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
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Global Symposium and Workshop of ITU Radiocommunication Sector will be held on 2-4 March 2015 in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. Focus will be put on the issues associated with the implementation and regulation of radiocommunication networks using small satellites.
The Czech Space Office (CSO) and the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) organise Humans in Space Symposium which is going to take place from June 29 to July 3, 2015. Space medicine, ensuring of living conditions, including necessary and analog simulation studies on Earth are going to be the main topics of the conference.
In the week of 4 - 10 October 2013 the fifteenth time global celebration of astronautics and space exploration World Space Week is going to take place. Czech Space Office that coordinates its activities in Czech Republic, invites all the organizations which are dealing with popularization of astronautics for active participation.
Czech Space Office organizes a workshop for Czech scientific community on biological and astrobiologického research. The aim is to apprise the participants with possibilities of realization of the experiments and forthcoming ESA challenges in usage of the International Space Station and terrestrial scientific equipment. Registration is open till 11th June 2013.
13th December 2012, Czech Space Office organizes a seminar December on Participation in ESA projects. The seminar is intended for workplaces with no or little experience with projects of the European Space Agency. Its contents are basic information about ESA and current opportunities for involvement in its activities.
Current topics of climate change and the use of space technology for environmental monitoring will be few of the main topics of the forthcoming International Astronautical Congress (IAC), which after more than 30 years will take place in Prague at the end of September and which will welcome over 2000 world top scientists. The largest national space agencies like NASA, JAXA and Roskosmos will be also present at the event.