Hi everyone! Just want to let everyone know that the location for our upcoming Symposium has changed from JJR MacLeod Auditorium to Earth Sciences Centre (33 Willcocks St, Toronto, ON M5S), room 1050. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused or will cause.
Hey everybody! As posted before, this year’s ASX Symposium will tackle the challenges of human space exploration. The Symposium will feature two speakers, Dr. John B. Charles (NASA Human Research Program) and Prof. Soon-Jo Chung (CalTech; Jet Propulsion Laboratory) and will be held on February 2nd, from 6:00pm-9:00pm in the
JJR MacLeod Auditorium (1 King’s College Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8) Earth Sciences Centre (33 Willcocks St, Toronto, ON M5S) room 1050.
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See y’all there!
We know that it is extremely difficult for us to send vehicles to outer space, especially if we are to send a human in it. So what does it really take for us to travel beyond our planet and solar system and to survive under “zero-gravity”? Join us in our 15th Annual Symposium as Dr. Charles (NASA Human Research Program) and Prof. Chung (CalTech; Jet Propulsion Laboratory) address the capabilities and challenges of human technology and abilities in space.
That’s it for now, have a Happy Holidays and keep an eye out for more symposium details in the New Year!
The wait is over; ASX is proud to announce our 14th Annual Symposium “What Ifs: Is the Impossible, Possible?”! This 14th Annual Symposium will be held on January 27th, from 6:30 – 11:00 pm.
We are honoured to be featuring Gurtina Besla, assistant professor of Astronomy at the University of Arizona and PI of the outreach project TIMESTEP; David Kipping, Professor at Columbia University and lead of the Cool Worlds Lab; and Quinn Konopacky, assistant professor at the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences – University of California, San Diego.
The wait is over; ASX is proud to announce our 13th Annual Symposium “Astronomyths: Science or Fiction?”! This 13th Annual Symposium will be held on January 29th, from 6:30 – 11:00 pm. In the past, this event has featured many famous astronauts, top researchers and leaders in the space industry, and it had attracted more than 1000 audience members.
As the title of this Symposium suggests, our speakers this year will tackle some aspects of cosmology and aliens while asking the question “is this science or fiction?”. We are honored to be featuring; Professor Fred C. Adams (cosmologist at the University of Michigan), Professor Lynn Rothschild (NASA AMES Research Centre) and Brian Trent (science fiction writer and author of “The Nightmare Lights of Mars”).