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International Space University


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International Space University

ZARNECKI, Jan Charles (born 1949), Professor of Space Science, Open University, 2004–13, now Emeritus; Director, International Space Science Institute, Berne, since 2013

RYCROFT, Michael John (born 1938), Proprietor, Cambridge Atmospheric, Environmental and Space Activities and Research Consultancy, since 1998; Professor, International Space University, France, since 1995 (part-time, since 1998)

The Volume and Dynamics of International Migration and Transnational Social Spaces. By Thomas Faist. Oxford University Press, 2000. Cloth, $85.00; paper, $35.00

CULHANE, (John) Leonard (born 1937), Professor of Physics, 1981–2005, now Emeritus, Director, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, 1983–2003, and Head of Department of Space and Climate Physics, 1993–2003, University College London; Director, International Space Science Institute, Bern, 2010–13

Legal Framework For The Commercial Use Of Outer Space - An International Colloquium To Present Conclusions Of “Project 2001”, a joint research project of the Institute of Air and Space Law of the University of Cologne (Germany) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne (Germany), 29–31 May 2001.

The Coming Into Force Of The Montreal Convention, 1999, On Air carrier’s Liability, And Insurance Related Issues - Conference organised by the International Institute of Air & Space Law, University of Leiden, in co-operation with law firms Beaumont and Son (London, UK) and Van Traa (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Leiden (Netherlands), 12 June 2003.

 

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An educational institution in Strasbourg, France, that offers courses in space-related disciplines, including a Master of Space Studies (MSS) degree and Professional Development Programmes. The curriculum is geared towards postgraduates, professionals, and those wishing to enter the space sector. Subjects include space mission planning and systems architecture, orbital mechanics, space life sciences, launch vehicles, remote sensing, space and society, and law and policy related to space activities.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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