July 11, 2014

More than 2000 scientists dealing with  space exploration are going to visit Committee on Space Research Scientific Assembly. Assembly program includes more than 4000 reports, 9 interdisciplinary lections, round table on exoplanets exploration and Moscow State University Principal Viktor Sadovnichiy’s report.

The final variant of COSPAR Scientific Assembly is already approved.

COSPAR Assembly is the most  important conference on space sciences, it represents actual knowledge about space and discusses all directions of space exploration.

Moscow Assembly program comprises  more than 2700 oral and 1500 poster reports on extremely wide range of topics from astrophysical experiments and solar system planets exploration to biological and medical experiments onboard the ISS.

Special program for science teachers including interdisciplinary lections, discussions and excursions to the space industry centres, Space corporations and Russian Academy of Science museums will be a separate part of the Assembly.

The Assembly will last for 9 days: from August 2 to August 10. More than 2,5 thousand scientists, students and postgraduates of more than 60 universities are expected to take part in it. The conference will be held by Moscow State Lomonosov University.

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