There are seven international space conferences scheduled in the next six months. They will bring together key players in the space industry, government officials, space agencies, and many others.
Max Polyakov Space blog has prepared an overview of the main space events.
“Space Foundation with the support of Noosphere Venture Partners announced the opening of the 12th Annual International Student Art Contest. 2022 contest theme is “Living, Working and Playing on the Moon”. Contest encourages student Artists worldwide to ‘Shoot for the Moon’.
Firefly Aerospace conducted the first flight test of our Alpha vehicle on Sept 2, 2021. Although the vehicle didn’t make orbit, the day marked a major advancement for the team. Firefly demonstrated that they “arrived” as a company capable of building and launching rockets.
The recent G7 summit announced the creation of a new international consortium of companies and government organizations focused on cybersecurity
The International Student Art Contest, a competition established by the Space Foundation to encourage interest in students about art and space, has been held annually since 2011. The 2021 contest generated more than 4,500 entries from 88 countries, with participants aged 5 to 18.
On June 15-16, non-profit organization Association Noosphere held the fifth grand final of the Vernadsky Challenge engineering startup contest at the International Exhibition Center in Kyiv, Ukraine, as part of the International Aviation and Space Salon “Aviasvit – XXI”.
Children’s drawing contest dedicated to the 30th anniversary of space independence of Ukraine. The age of the participants is from 3 to 17.
Let’s light that candle! The folks at Firefly Aerospace took a brief break from rocket development recently to fire up an engine in honor of co-founder Max Polyakov, who turned 43 years old Tuesday (June 30).