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Jun 10 — ISRO, Launch PSLV / IRNSS 1, Sriharikota, India: ISRO Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle set to launch 1st spacecraft of Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System.

Jun 10-11 — AIAA, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Cleveland OH: Introduction to Spacecraft Design and Systems Engineering Course.

Jun 10-14 — ESA, ASI, National Institute for Astrophysics, et al, Catania, Italy: International Venus Workshop; at the Diocesan Museum of Catania.

Jun 10-21 — Thirty Meter Telescope, Akamai Workforce Initiative, Hawai`i Community College, Kailua-Kona HI: 2013 Akamai Observatory Career Exploration; at Kealakehe High School.

Jun 10 – Sep 2 — NASA, Seattle WA: Destination Station exhibit; for public to learn about living in space aboard the ISS; at Pacific Science Center.

Jun 11 — ISS, Undocking of Progress 51P Resupply Vehicle, LEO: Progress 50P, filled with ISS waste, set to burn up upon reentry to Earth atmosphere; undocking scheduled at 13:53 UT; live coverage available.

Jun 11 — National Space Club Florida Committee, Cape Canaveral FL: Luncheon at the Radisson Resort at the Port; to provide information on space activities; featuring Commercial Crew Development Panel speakers; US$17-20.

Jun 11 — SETI Institute, Mountain View CA: Colloquium: Martian Sonic Anemometer; presented by Don Banfield from Cornell University; 12:00 PDT.

Jun 11-12 — NASA, Houston TX: JSC Administrative Support Services (JASS) II Contract Industry Day: One-on-One Communications with Industry Support.

Jun 11-13 — ESA, JAXA, RSA, NASA, Aeroflex Corp., STAR-Dundee Ltd, Gothenburg, Sweden: 2013 International SpaceWire Conference; at Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel.

Jun 12 — North Carolina Aerospace Alliance, North Carolina Military Business Center, Research Triangle Park NC: Commercial Suborbital Spaceflight and North Carolina’s Nanobiotechnology and Defense Industries Symposium and Investment Summit.

Jun 12-14 — IEEE, AIAA, Turkish Air Force Academy, Istanbul, Turkey: 6th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technology (RAST): New Ways of Accessing Space for Benefit of Society.

Jun 13 — ISS, LEO: Expedition 36/37 In-Flight Event for “Destination Station” in Seattle, Washington; time TBD.

Jun 13-14 — British Interplanetary Society, UK Centre for Astrobiology, London, United Kingdom: Workshop: Extraterrestrial Liberty – What is Freedom Beyond the Earth?

Jun 14 — Space Florida, Cape Canaveral AFS FL: Space Florida Tour of Cape Canaveral Spaceport.

Jun 14 — Women in Aerospace, Arlington VA: WIA 4th Annual Conference – Aerospace 2013: Turning Today’s Innovation into Tomorrow’s Future; at Key Bridge Marriott; 08:30 EDT.

Jun 14 — Peninsula Astronomical Society, Los Altos Hills CA: LADEE: The Lunar Dust and Atmosphere Environment Explorer; lecture by Brain Day from NASA Lunar Science Institute.

Jun 14 — Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston TX: LPI Seminar Series: Massive Ice Avalanches on Iapetus Mobilized by Friction Reduction During Flash Heating; presented by Kelsi Singer of Washington University – St. Louis; in Lecture Hall of USRA, 15:30 CDT.

Jun 14 — Space Center Houston, Houston TX: Lunch with an Astronaut, Ken Cameron; US$49.95 adult.

Jun 15 — ISS, Docking of ATV 4 Cargo Ship, LEO: European Space Agency ATV 4, named Albert Einstein, scheduled to dock with ISS 13:48 UT; live coverage available.

Jun 15 — Space Frontier Foundation, Online: Winners Announced: 2013 NewSpace Business Plan Competition; entrepreneurs create business plan for commercial development of space; will join “bootcamp” and compete in mid-October.

Jun 15-16 — San Jose State University, ESA, University of Idaho, AGI, NASA, San Jose CA: International Planetary Probe Workshop (IPPW) Short Course on Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems.

Jun 15-19 — University of Oulu, eHeroes, Academy of Finland, Oulu, Finland: Space Climate 5 Symposium; at Sokos Hotel Eden.

Jun 15-20 — NASA, Wallops Island VA: RockOn 2013; participants build, test, fly science payload on suborbital rocket; launch to about 117.5-km altitude occurs Jun 20.

Jun 17-21 — San Jose State University, ESA, University of Idaho, AGI, NASA, San Jose CA: 10th International Planetary Probe Workshop; at San Jose State University.

Jun 17-23 — Group of French Aerospace Industries, Paris, France: 50th International Paris Air Show; at Paris Le Bourget Exhibition Centre.

Jun 18 — NASA, Washington DC: NASA Asteroid Initiative Call for Ideas; public forum to provide status update on asteroid initiative planning, encourage feedback and ideas; 09:15 – 12:00 EDT.

Jun 18 — SETI Institute, Mountain View CA: Colloquium: Conformal Gravity: New Light on Dark Matter and Dark Energy; presented by Robert Nesbet from IBM Almaden Research Center; 12:00 PDT.

Jun 18-19 — ESA, Darmstadt, Germany: 4th European Ground System Architecture Workshop (ESAW); at European Space Operations Centre.

Jun 18-20 — International Academy of Astronautics, Pasadena CA: 10th IAA Low-Cost Planetary Missions Conference; at Caltech.

Jun 18-21 — JAXA, Tokyo, Japan: SPICA Science Conference 2013 – From Exoplanets to Distant Galaxies: SPICA’s New Window on the Cool Universe; at the Univeristy of Tokyo.

Jun 19 — The National Academies, Washington DC: Meeting: Human Spaceflight – Public and Stakeholder Opinions Panel.

Jun 19-21 — The National Academies, Irvine CA: Meeting: Human Spaceflight – Technical Feasibility Panel.

Jun 19-21 — ESA, Paris, France: 4th Gaia Science Alerts Workshop; at Paris Institute of Astrophysics (IAP).

Jun 20 — ESA, Noordwijk, The Netherlands: Failure, Test and Operations Data Workshop 2013; to enhance data feedback processes to benefit all ESA projects; at European Space Research and Technology Centre.

Jun 20-21 — Jet Propulsion Laboratory, MIT, Cornell, University of Michigan, Pasadena CA: 2013 Interplanetary Small Satellite Conference; with keynote speaker NASA Chief Technologist Dr. Mason Peck; at Caltech.

Jun 21 — Up Aerospace, Launch SpaceLoft XL / Flight Opportunities Program Payloads, Las Cruces NM: As part of series of launches in New Mexico Space Grant Education Launch Program.

Jun 21 — Jet Propulsion Laboratory, International Academy of Astronautics, Graduate Aerospace Laboratories – Caltech, Pasadena CA: Theodore von Kármán Symposium.

Jun 21 — International Academy of Astronautics, Pasadena CA: IAA Regional Meeting.

Jun 21 — Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston TX: LPI Seminar Series: TBD; presented by Francis McCubbin from University of New Mexico; in Lecture Hall of USRA, 15:30 CDT.

Jun 21 — `Imiloa Astronomy Center, University of Hawai`i – Hilo, Hilo HI: Mauna Kea Skies Talk; astronomers from Mauna Kea observatories speak about recent discoveries; this session features Professor Gary Davis from Joint Astronomy Centre Telescope; 19:00 HST, US$8-10.

Jun 21 — Space Center Houston, Houston TX: Lunch with an Astronaut, Brian Duffy; US$49.95 adult.

Jun 22 – Jul 4 — Southwest Research Institute, University of Hawai`i, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Kamuela HI: 8th Workshop on Catastrophic Disruption in the Solar System; 3rd Workshop on Binaries in the Solar System.

Jun 23-25 — Cryogenic Society of America, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Girdwood AK: 25th Space Cryogenics Workshop; to discuss of cryogenics related to space missions, components, instrumentation, launch vehicles; at Alyeska Resort.

Jun 23-28 — Gordon Research Conferences, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley MA: Gordon Conference on Origins of Solar Systems.

Jun 24 — Arianespace, Launch Soyuz / O3b, Kourou, French Guiana: Soyuz rocket, designated VS05, set to launch 4 satellites for O3b Networks.

Jun 24-25 — Science and Technology Facilities Council, University College London, Royal Astronomical Society, London, United Kingdom: 1st UK Large Observatory for X-ray Timing Meeting; to discuss LOFT mission being considered by ESA for launch in 2022-2024.

Jun 24-26 — American Geophysical Union, Washington DC: AGU’s 2nd Annual Science Policy Conference; for Earth and space scientists, students, policymakers, industry professionals to discuss Earth and space sciences.

Jun 24-27 — Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, Bellevue WA: 2013 Commercial and Government Responsive Access to Space Technology Exchange (CRASTE); in conjunction with 2013 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS).

Jun 24-27 — AIAA, San Diego CA: 43rd AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit; 44th AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference; 44th AIAA Thermophysics Conference; 31st AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference; 21st AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference; 5th AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference; AIAA Ground Testing Conference.

Jun 24-28 — RHEA Systems, Canadian Space Agency, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: 2-Day Training Course: Introduction to Concurrent Design; to focus on spacecraft platform modeling and design.

Jun 24-28 — Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, NASA Lunar Science Institute, Laurel MD: The Unknown Moon; for high-school teachers to investigate the Moon; at JHU/APL.

Jun 24-28 — American Geophysical Union, Annapolis MD: AGU Chapman Conference: Crossing the Boundaries in Planetary Atmospheres – From Earth to Exoplanets.

Jun 24-28 — Asia Oceania Geosciences Society, Brisbane, Australia: The AGOS 10th Annual Meeting; at Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Jun 24-28 — Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Education and Public Outreach, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt MD: Lunar Workshop for Educators; for grade 6-9 science teachers to focus on Moon science and exploration; at NASA GSFC.

Jun 24 – Aug 23 — International Space University, National Institute for Space Research, Strasbourg, France: The International Space University’s 26th Annual Space Studies Program; at the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) campus.

Jun 25 — RSA, Launch Soyuz / Resurs P1, Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan: An RSA Soyuz rocket set to launch Resurs P1 Earth observation satellite.

Jun 26 — Orbital Sciences Corp., Launch Pegasus XL / IRIS, Vandenberg AFB CA: OSC selected by NASA to launch Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph spacecraft aboard Pegasus XL rocket; will measure flow of energy and plasma through Sun atmosphere, heliosphere.

Jun 26 — British Interplanetary Society, UK Centre for Astrobiology, London, United Kingdom: Space Colonies: A Proposed BIS Study Project; with speaker Jerry Stone.

Jun 27 – Jul 1 — Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada: 2013 RASC General Assembly; held at Thunder Bay Centre on Lakehead University campus.

Jun 28 — Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston TX: LPI Seminar Series: TBD; presented by Francis McCubbin from University of New Mexico; in Lecture Hall of USRA, 15:30 CDT.

Jun 28 — Space Center Houston, Houston TX: Lunch with an Astronaut, David Hilmers; US$49.95 adult.

Jun 29 — Space Tourism Society, Los Angeles CA: Seminar: Space Experience Economy (SEE); presented by STS founder / president John Spencer and other guests.

Jun 29 — Kennedy Space Center, Titusville FL: Grand Opening of Atlantis Display.

Jun 29 – Jul 5 — Space Tourism Society, Los Angeles CA: Space Tours – Los Angeles; week-long tour of space facilities in Los Angeles including SpaceX, XCOR, Mojave Air and Space port; US$4,985 per person.

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