Based on the report of the evaluation mission, UN-OOSA notified India as the host country for establishment of Centre for Space Science and Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP). The Centre was established in India on November 1, 1995 under an agreement signed initially by 10 member countries of the region. The Centre is hosted by the Government of India with Department of Space (DOS), as the nodal agency.
During the new Iranian calendar year which started on March 21, the Islamic Republic of Iran plans to launch seven satellites into space, Hamid Fezeli, Head of the Iran Space Agency (ISA) said. ISA is also host of one of UN-SPIDER's Regional Support Offices.
This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
The educational programme of the Centre is oriented towards the dissemination of knowledge in relevant aspects of space science and technology. The initial emphasis of the Centre is to concentrate on in-depth education, research & applications programmes, and linkages to the global programmes/databases, execution of pilot projects, continuing education and awareness and appraisal programmes.
Bachelor's Degree in Electronics/ Telecommunications/ Electrical Engineering or Master's degree in Science (Physics, Electronics) or equivalent with at least 5 years of experience in teaching/research or professional experience in the field of Communication Engineering and/or related. The candidates should be sponsored by the Organisation in which disciplines they are working.
No course fee for selected participants from the Asia Pacific region, thanks to contributions from the Government of India.
01/08/2013 to 30/04/2014
Space Applications Centre, Indian Space Research Organisation, Department of Space (Government of India)
Centre for Space Science and Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP)
Policy, solutions and funding for new initiatives: ESA is joining forces at two events with decision-makers, universities, industry and users to map how space services can contribute to emerging challenges in the Arctic. At the forefront are climate change, transport safety and security, and sustainable exploitation.
As the world marks the 50th anniversary of humankind’s first flight into outer space, the United Nations today reaffirmed the importance of international cooperation in developing norms of law to ensure adherence to treaties that promote peaceful and beneficial uses of outer space. In a declaration adopted today, the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS), which is also marking 50 years since its first session in 1961, voiced its conviction that space science and technology and their applications, including