|The United Nations General Assembly has declared this
time in October as World Space Week "To celebrate each year
at the international level the contributions of space science and
technology to the betterment of the human condition". The theme for this year is "Space Unites the World".
World Space Week
|The 18th Australian Space Research Conference (ASRC) will be held this year on the Gold Coast at the Mantra on View Hotel. Jointly sponsored by the National Committee for Space and Radio Science and the National Space Society of Australia, and with support from the Australian Space Research Institute and the Mars Society of Australia, it will cover the areas of space science, space engineering, space industry, government space and space education and outreach. More details can be found at ASRC-18. Details of previous conferences can be found at Australian Space Science Conference.|
|The third Astrobiology Australasia Meeting (AAM), a
joint meeting of the New Zealand Astrobiology Network and the Australian Centre for Astrobiology (at UNSW Sydney, Australia), will be held 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand, with associated fieldtrips through the hot springs of the Rotorua area, as well as a “Grand Tour” of Western Australia’s incredible record of life through time, from the living stromatolites in Shark Bay to to 3.5
billion-year-old forms preserved in the Pilbara outback.|
More details can be found at the Australian Centre for Astrobiology.
|The 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting and General Meeting of the Astronomical Society of Australia will be held at the Swinburne University of Technology. For more details see ASAM2018.|
|The 2018 Cubesat Innovation Workshop will be held by the Australian Centre for Space Engineering at the University of New South Wales.|
For more details see Cubesat2018.
|The University of South Australia will host a summer space program for the International Space University. More details can be found at UNISA and ISU.|