Tomorrow, NASA joins the worldwide Earth Day celebration with resources and events to inspire us to be better stewards of our planet. Next Gen STEM Earth Toolkit Bring the STEM celebration to the classroom with this toolkit filled with NASA Earth science resources. For even more, check out Earth Day resources from the team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. EarthContinue reading “Earth Day 2022”
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The ad astra vita project wishes to express its support for, and solidarity with, the people of Ukraine during this horrendously difficult time, and for all the humanitarian initiatives underway to provide support and aid during the worst humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. Even though we may be far away, we can stillContinue reading “#StandWithUkraine”
Award Nominations for the ad astra vita project
This year we were extremely honoured and excited to be nominated as a finalist in the A22 Aviation/Aerospace Australia Airspace Awards in the category of “Outstanding Outreach with a STEAM Program or Project” and in the “Innovator of the Year” category for the Australian Space Awards. It is a wonderful, humbling achievement just to seeContinue reading “Award Nominations for the ad astra vita project”
Commercial Human Spaceflight – A New Frontier
Introducing our new special guest editor, Philip Vukovic – BSc (Melb). Many thanks to Philip for this wonderful piece for anyone who is curious about ‘commercial spaceflight’, something that has been in the news a lot over the past year. Are you wondering where you should go for your next big holiday? Well… deliberating on your nextContinue reading “Commercial Human Spaceflight – A New Frontier”
The Now Frontier: Developing Australia’s Space Industry
The submission by the ad astra vita project, and our Founder Dr Rowena Christiansen’s appearance before the Inquiry to advocate for the advancement of aero/space medicine are both mentioned in the Report: (pp.81-86, Recommendation 20).
Ad astra vita! – A Brief Overview of the Medical and Physiological Problems Associated with Spaceflight
Introducing our new special guest editor, Philip Vukovic – BSc (Melb). Many thanks to Philip for this wonderful introductory piece for anyone who is curious about the effects of spaceflight on humans. As we continue to embark on our journey through the austere and challenging environments of space, further research in space medicine and lifeContinue reading “Ad astra vita! – A Brief Overview of the Medical and Physiological Problems Associated with Spaceflight”
ASBX 2021 starts tomorrow!
ASBX 2021 starts tomorrow – last chance to register FREE!
ASBX 2021 only three weeks away!
ASBX is just 3-weeks away and we are already breaking records! We want to thank all our speakers and supporters for joining the world’s largest conference dedicated to space biology and space health. It’s not too late to join and register for free today at www.asbx.com.auand visit our incredible list of speakers at www.asbx.com.au/speakers. Don’t forget toContinue reading “ASBX 2021 only three weeks away!”
ASBX 2021 – The Australian Space Biology x Health Summit
ASBX 2021 – the 3rd Australian Space Biology x Health Summit, will be held from 16-19 November, 2021. It will be free, presented virtually, and registrants will have access to both the pre-recorded presentations by a stellar local and international line-up of speakers, and the daily live panel discussion sessions. For those in other time zones,Continue reading “ASBX 2021 – The Australian Space Biology x Health Summit”
ESA Space Physician Training Course
ESA is calling for applicants for the 2022 Space Physician Training Course. I attended last year, and it was fabulous. Well worth applying if you are interested! https://www.esa.int/About_Us/EAC/Space_physician_training_course_call_for_applications