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Space Architecture Symposium (SAS) Paris 23.09.2022

The AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC) in cooperation…

UCL Space Domain Lecture

UCL Space Domain Lecture by SATC member Ariel Ekblaw, on Monday…

Welcome to SpaceArchitect.org

by Space Architecture Technical Committee AIAA

SpaceArchitect.org provides an inclusive global network that promotes research and dialogue about human living in space: Space Architecture. SpaceArchitect.org maintains a bibliography and open archive of space-architecture papers and articles here; maintains the online brochure “How to become a Space Architect?“, a first-line FAQ for those interested in the field; and organizes periodic space architecture symposia to bring students and enthusiasts together with professionals. Stay current and like us on Facebook.

SATC (Space Architecture Technical Committee) is a professional organization. Comprising an international network of professionals, it is one of many AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) technical committees. It promotes development of the professional field of space architecture, including practice standards and other interfaces between aerospace engineering, architecture and industrial design disciplines. Members are formally nominated and accepted, and must be current members of the AIAA.

SpaceArchitect.org and SATC partner each year to organize sessions about space architecture at three major professional conferences:

Space Architecture is the theory and practice of designing and building inhabited environments in outer space (it encompasses architectural design of living and working environments in space related facilities, habitats, and vehicles). These environments include, but are not limited to: space vehicles, stations, habitats and lunar, planetary bases and infrastructures; and earth based control, experiment, launch, logistics, payload, simulation and test facilities. Earth analogs to space applications may include Antarctic, airborne, desert, high altitude, underground, undersea environments and closed ecological systems. Designing these forms of architecture presents a particular challenge to ensure and support safety, sustainability, habitability, reliability, and crew efficiency, productivity and comfort in the context of extreme environments.

(For a more detailed set of definitions and guiding principles about space architecture please refer to the “Millennium Charter manifesto” on the spacearchitect.org website.)

Whether you are an architect or industrial designer working in aerospace and seeking information, a student looking for inspiration and ideas or someone just wanting to find out more about the activities of SpaceArchitect.org or the SATC, we invite you to explore this website. You are welcome to contact us with any questions.

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Radio ORANGE 94.0
Listen to a radio broadcast with Melodie Yashar https://cba.fro.at/543754

"Melodie Yashar is a designer, technologist and researcher. One of the main topics of this interview is her work with SEARCH+ (Space Exploration Architecture) and NASA. With them she developed habitation units for Mars and the Moon, as well as infrastructure plans for the lunar and martian surface. Another part of the interview is her current work with ICON, a company that is developing 3D printers on a large scale for houses and habitation units. Her work with ICON is not only focussing on printable structures for extraterrestrial missions, but also for housing on earth with a special focus on affordable projects for people without homes. She gave insight in her career as well as in the challenges she faced in this still white and male dominated area of research and development.

Deniz Hocaoglu and Vasco Arteaga conducted the interview and produced this broadcast as part of the course Emerging Fields in Architecture at the TU Wien.

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Radio Spaceuriosity at Radio Orange 94.0
Every 2nd TUE of the month
A broadcast by Sandra Haeuplik-Meusburger and Verena Holzgethan
http://o94.at/radio/sendereihe/spaceuriosity/
Live Stream: http://o94.at/live/
Cultural broadcasting archive: https://cba.fro.at/series/spaceuriosity
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Montparnasse
Space Architecture Symposium at CNOA | Conseil National de l’Ordre des Architectes 🪐🧑‍🚀🏢 #spacearchitecture
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Paris Convention Center
Space Habitats Committee at #IAC2022
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19.09.2022 - … about the new NASA Space Launch System aiming at the moon Barbara Imhof and Niamh Shaw are in conversation about humans going to the moon. We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this episode: Sian Cleaver from...
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SPACE SPECIALS podcast September 2022 episode

Going to the moon with ARTEMIS
… about the new NASA Space Launch System aiming at the moon

Barbara Imhof and Niamh Shaw are in conversation about humans going to the moon.

We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this episode: Sian Cleaver from Airbus, NASA Astronauts Doug Hurley and Rick Mastraccio now working on SLS at Northrup Grumman and lastly NASA astronaut Stan Love. Audio also includes a snippet of Niamh’s day at NASA Kennedy attending the initial rollout of the SLS/Orion assembly on March 2022.

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Paris Convention Center
Thank you for such an incredible session!!! E5.1 - Space Architecture 🧑‍🚀🪐🚀 #iac2022 #spacearchitecture
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