Secure World Foundation is proud to announce that the first edition of their Handbook for New Actors in Space has been released in both physical and electronic format. The Handbook has been an intensive effort by the entire SWF team and many of their partners over the last few years. The goal of the Handbook is to is […]
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Why attend? Make connections with industry leaders and key customers in just a week — saving your company travel cost for multiple trips around the world. Gain topic-specific expertise in the fields of telescope optics, adaptive imaging, and space situational awareness. Receive continuing education/professional development credits by attending short courses on the topic of SSA. […]
Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies seeking maximum exposure among participants. Depending on your level of sponsorship, benefits range from a hosted reception to complimentary registrations, or let us customize a level to meet your marketing budget. Exhibit spaces are available for public and private sector organizations to display products and services, and hands on […]
Jeanne Skog of the AMOS Conference has been invited to present its 2013 SSA Policy Forum outcomes to Japan Space Forum’s 3rd International SSA Symposium on Sustainable Space Development and Utilization for Humankind, February 27-28, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. 2013 AMOS Conference SSA Policy Forum Sessions 2013 AMOS Conference SSA Policy Forum Opening Session AMOS […]
Mr. Susumu Yoshitomi of the Japan Space Forum presented the outcomes of the 1st annual Symposium on “Sustainable Space Development and Utilization for Humankind” with a particular emphasis on orbital space debris. The AMOS Conference has been invited to present its SSA Policy Forum outcomes to the 2nd annual Symposium in Tokyo.
AMOS Conference attendees are invited to register for the technical tour. The tour will begin at sea level, and proceed to the 10,000 ft. summit of Haleakala for a visit to the Maui Space Surveillance Complex where participants will visit the DoD’s largest optical telescope, the 3.6m AEOS telescope. Please check back for details.