1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites Postponed to 2021

The first International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) symposium on small satellites which was scheduled to hold in Africa, precisely Stellenbosch, South Africa from 11-14 May 2020 has been postponed to 10-13 May 2021

Committed to the health and safety of the participants, speakers, exhibitors, and conference employees, the IAA Africa Organising Committee has made the difficult decision to postpone the 1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites.

This decision was made as a precautionary measure to ensure the wellbeing of all participants given the ongoing threat of CoV-19. The 1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites will now take place from the 10th-13th of May 2021. All registered participants, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors will be contacted directly by the IAA Africa conference organizers to discuss refunds and the next steps regarding abstract submissions.

The organizers apologize for any inconvenience that this postponement may cause. For further concerns or information, please feel free to contact the conference organizer on:
Project Manager: Zelda Coetzee
Email: zelda@zeldacoetzee.com

For more updates, visit the IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites website.

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