From: Space Calendar
…Glasgow, United Kingdom
…Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia
…Houston or San Antonia, TX
Jan 14 — The Space Foundation, Astronauts Memorial Foundation, NASA, Online: Application Deadline: 2013 Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award; presented at the 29th National Space Symposium on Apr 8.
Jan 14-16 — NASA Small Bodies Assessment Group, Washington DC: 8th NASA Small Bodies Assessment Group Meeting; to identify scientific priorities / opportunities for exploration of asteroids, comets, interplanetary dust, small satellites, Trans-Neptunian Objects; held at Liaison Affinia Capitol Hill Hotel.
Jan 14-17 — University of Glasgow, RadioNet, ALMA, Glasgow, United Kingdom: Solar Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) Workshop.
Jan 15 — RSA, Launch Rokot / 3 Rodnik satellites, Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia: Scheduled launch of Rokot carrier rocket with Briz-KM booster to deliver 3 Rodnik communications satellites to orbit.
Jan 15 — SETI Institute, Mountain View CA: Colloquium: The Sentinel B612 telescope – Finding Asteroids Before They Find Us; presented by Ed Lu of B612 Foundation developing Sentinel Space Telescope, the first privately supported deep space mission; 19:00 PST.
Jan 15-17 — Applied Technologies Institute, Columbia MD: New Directions in Space Remote Sensing Course; conducted by Dr. Scott Madry; US$1,740.
Jan 17, 18 — Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena CA: The von Kármán Lecture Series: Probing the Dark Sector with Euclid.
Jan 18 — Space Center Houston, Houston TX: Lunch with an Astronaut, Brian Duffy; US$49.95 adult.
Jan 19 — AIAA, San Antonio TX: AIAA Educator Academy – Mars Rover; for educators to learn how to build Mars Rover with simple objects and create design projects for children; held at University of San Antonio, 08:00 CST.
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