Registration Now Open For The IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition

The International Astronautical Federation is pleased to announce that the registration for the 71st International Astronautical Congress – The CyberSpace Edition to be held from 12 – 14 October 2020 is now open!

The IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition encompasses most of the traditional IAC features compatible with a virtual format, including Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Official Announcements, Plenaries, Highlight Lectures, the IAF Global Networking Forum Programme, Technical Programme including Special Sessions, Press Conference, a Networking Session focusing on the Next Generation, a Virtual Exhibition with integrated audience interaction tool, and a Mentoring Programme.

As usual, each IAC day will have a theme:

  • Monday 12 October: The Opening Day and the Space Agencies Day with confirmed presence of Heads of Agencies from NASA, ESA, JAXA, ISRO, CNSA and ROSCOSMOS
  • Tuesday 13 October: an exciting Industry Day with a Plenary Session on Small and Medium Sized Companies – Strategies for Survival and Recovery in the Age of COVID-19, several GNF Sessions focusing on the Artemis Mission, Orion and the Commercialization of the ISS, and a Highlight Lecture on the MEV 1: The World’s First Commercial On-Orbit Servicing Mission
  • Wednesday 14 October: The Diversity and Outreach Day with the usual IAF-ASE Astronauts Panel and a Plenary focusing on this year’s launch of worldwide missions to Mars

Everything will be free of charge. Register today for free and make sure to visit the #CYBERSPACEIAC2020 official website to get the latest updates on the programme. Also, you will receive your digital congress bag with the IAC 2020 official Final Programme – including the congress agenda and the detailed list of speakers and exhibitors, as well as the latest magazines and news from all space actors.

Register today by clicking here.

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