Scott Hatton

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The 2019 Sir Arthur Clarke Awards: Winners Announced

The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Sir Arthur Clarke Awards which recognise and reward those individuals and teams that have made notable or outstanding achievements in, or contributions to, all space activities in the past year, 2018/19.  Better known as ‘The Arthurs’, the Awards have been presented annually since …

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RISpace presentation programme

The 17th Reinventing Space Conference and Exhibition takes place on Tuesday 12th November, Wednesday 13th November and Thursday 14th November 2019. We are pleased to announce our presentation programme. A supply chain directory for Northern Ireland (Tuesday) A Hybrid Nuclear / In situ Chemical Transport Architecture for the Exploitation of the Moon (Thursday) A novel …

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Tickets available for the 2019 Sir Arthur Clarke Awards dinner

The Awards Ceremony for the 2019 Sir Arthur Clarke Awards will be held at the Gala Dinner of the Reinventing Space Conference 2019 at the International Convention Centre, 2 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3WH on the evening of Thursday 14 November. The Sir Arthur Clarke Awards recognise and reward those individuals and teams that have …

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Welcome to Belfast!

Our host city for Reinventing Space 2019, Belfast has come a long way in a short time, and is now one of the UK’s most vibrant and exciting city break destinations, full of great food and friendly faces. Belfast is famous for its hospitality, for its warm welcome and sense of fun. The city is …

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Careers Launch at RISpace 2019

As part of the Reinventing Space Conference 2019, UKSEDS is organising Careers Launch, aimed at students, graduates, and young professionals who want to succeed within the space sector. 80 delegates will gather for a series of panels and workshops on careers within the space industry and networking opportunities with potential employers. Reinventing Space (RISpace) is a conference and exhibition …

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BIS membership ticket offer

The British Interplanetary Society, organisers of Reinventing Space, is running a 15 month membership offer for the year 2020. Digital membership including our ‘Spaceflight’ magazine is £73 worldwide. If you wish to register for this year’s Reinventing Space at the concessions rate – £329 rather than the standard ticket price of £549 – and are not yet …

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Northrop Grumman becomes Silver Partner for the 17th Reinventing Space conference

We are happy to welcome Northrop Grumman as Silver Partner for the 17th Reinventing Space conference and exhibition. At Northrop Grumman, the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing is a celebration of over 60 years of unmatched legacy in both exploring and defending the final frontier. From crafting the Lunar Module and the …

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RISpace papers announced

We are presenting a record number of abstracts this year and will be putting together a highly innovation-focused programme for RISpace in Belfast during November. Alongside keynotes and panels, to be announced soon, papers to be presented include: A Hybrid Nuclear / In situ Chemical Transport Architecture for the Exploitation of the Moon A novel …

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Raytheon becomes RISpace Silver partner

We are happy to welcome Raytheon as a Silver Corporate Partner to the British Interplanetary Society and thus to the 17th Reinventing Space conference and exhibition. The Raytheon Company, with 2017 sales of $25 billion and 64,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specialising in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With a history …

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RISpace Call For Abstracts 2019

The 17th Reinventing Space Conference (RISpace) will be held between Tuesday 12 and Thursday 14 November 2019 at the International Conference Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The acceptance of abstracts for the conference has now closed. The focus of the 2019 conference will be on the novel applications that are becoming commercially viable as space technology improves. These include space tugs, space tourism, satellite …

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