Give me space: a selection of content to guide you through isolation
The team at Space Tech Expo have pulled together some of the great content we’ve seen online to aid us during this time of working from home and isolation. We’ve compiled it below and we hope you enjoy getting stuck in!
The Space Policy Show - The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy is offering a series of online webcasts and virtual meetings as an opportunity to stay engaged with the larger space policy community.
NASA – Isolation on Earth and In Space - blogs, podcasts, videos and top tips from those who have experienced isolation for many months at a time.
Skype a Scientist! - if, like many others, you have students and children at home to keep entertained (educationally), why not sign them up to ‘Skype a Scientist’, which gives them the opportunity to get to know a “real scientist”. This program allows scientists to reach students from all over the world without having to leave the lab!
An Astronauts Guide to Self Isolation with Chris Hadfield - Chris provides four useful tips to stay productive during isolation.
Space Junk Podcast – CO-VIDeo edition - Over the coming weeks, Space Junk Podcast will be putting out video content, with a focus on International Space Law and Policy.
#SpaceHour every day on Twitter - those working in this space industry gather to share their thoughts on Twitter every day – if you miss it you can catch up on the hashtag.
Observe our earth from above - check out Sentinel Hub’s free web application ‘Playground’, where you can look at any Sentinel-2 image in any combination of the bands and enhanced with image effects. Find the latest available images of forest fire, a nice-looking poster, observe drought or simply understand, how earth observation products are built.
BepiColombo Flyby - on April 10, BepiColombo will fly past the Earth. If you know where to look and live in the right part of the world, you will have a chance to see it through binoculars or a telescope.
And finally - here's a video that's made us laugh this week - we think you'll agree that Apollo deserves so many treats!