The ad astra vita project and Mars Society Australia present a virtual Space Health Symposium on Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 October 2020 (via Zoom – free registration).
Here are some resources collated from providing public health advice (covers international statistics and USA and Australia-specific). (The text for resources 3-7 was provided by The Hill website.) International WHO situation reportshttps://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports/ The Hill – Here are some of the best maps to track the coronavirus epidemichttps://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/prevention-cures/487469-here-are-some-of-the-best-maps-to-track-the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dashboard Johns Hopkins University hasContinue reading “COVID-19 Pandemic”
MSA Goals: Mars is within reach. The fourth planet from the sun, the Red Planet, is a potential new frontier for humanity. It is the nearest body in the Solar System known to possess all the mineral resources necessary to sustain a permanent human presence. It has landscapes billions of years old that can shedContinue reading “Featuring Mars Society Australia”
The aims of ASAM are: To cultivate and promote aviation medicine and related sciences; To provide an authoritative body of opinion on matters of aviation medical significance; and To increase the awareness of the aviation industry, government, and the general public of the importance of aviation medicine to flight safety. Membership of ASAM is openContinue reading “Featuring the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine (ASAM)”
Welcome to the new ‘beta’ website for the ad astra vita project! We are hoping that this exciting new initiative provides an opportunity for the whole Australian space life sciences community to participate and “advertise its wares” to the world. We also hope that this will result in increased linkages and collaborations, and consultancy opportunitiesContinue reading “Welcome to our new ‘beta’ website”