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Space exploration continues to be an extremely valuable tool in increasing the understanding of the Universe, as well as life on Earth, as we push the boundaries of scientific and technical limits.
This seminar will focus on magnetic challenges and considerations in the design and manufacture of spacecraft, as well as the role of magnetics in space applications and missions. Speakers from industry and academia will cover subjects including magnetic cleanliness, measurement and sensors, in addition to talks on magnetic aspects of the JUICE, LISA, VIGIL, Lunar Gateway and BepiColombo missions and some interesting magnetic phenomena that are observed in space.
The event will take place at the National Space Centre in Leicester, UK
The event will run from 09:00-18:00 (UK time) and will include talks, a planetarium show, tour of the exhibit and networking opportunities. A draft of the programme will be shared in due course.
The planetarium show will be – We Are Guardians
The world, its peoples and environments are connected and interdependent. From the smallest bacteria to the largest ocean whale; there exists a link between all things. In a world out of balance, We Are Guardians looks at how ecosystems are intrinsically connected and with the increasing use of Satellite Monitoring, examines the links between human activities and climate change.
Please let us know as soon as possible if you have any dietary requirements we need to be aware of.
The dress code for the event is business attire / smart casual.
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