IAC 2008: Hyperbola goes to Glasgow for world’s space jamboree

by | Sep 27, 2008 | exploration | 0 comments

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From 29 September to 3 October Hyperbola will be reporting from the biggest space event of the year the International Astronautical Federation’s congress, held this year in Glasgow, Scotland

As well as live blogging I hope to post images, podcasts and videos of interviews and plenary speeches of the world’s space agencies’ leaders, their programme managers and individuals presenting new ideas about human exploration of the cosmos – cue grandios music

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