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Gordon Woodcock Award 2020

The AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee is proud to announce the recipient for first Gordon Woodcock Award for professional excellence in Space Architecture is Dr. A. Scott Howe.

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Submit ! - deadline 10.12.2020
A new virtual art gallery is opening!

#SpaceOpenCall
Techniques:

Static digital imagery (pictures, photos, sculptures);
Time-based media (videos, audios, movies, slides);
Interactive digital installations;
XR / VR / AR / MR art;
Game art;
Generative art;
Web art or net art.

All the details about the open call - https://v-art.digital/open-call
International artists/collectives are invited to apply on - https://bit.ly/3f2NV9C
No registration fee
No limitations on age, country, gender…
The deadline for applications — 10 December
#SpaceOpenCall #vArtOpenCall #DigitalArt #vArt #vArtPlatform #Space #OpenCall #TAtchersArtManagement
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now online: Christina Ciardullo and Michael Morris on ARCHITECTURE with SPACE APPLICATIONS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHpyYLvD_YA
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NEW READING
https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-60942-9

Design of Supporting Systems for Life in Outer Space
A Design Perspective on Space Missions Near Earth and Beyond
by Annalisa Dominoni
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AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Year in Review article

Lunar and Mars projects open space architecture opportunities
By BARBARA IMHOF, THEODORE W. HALL AND MARIA JOÃO DURÃO
Contributor: Zachary Taylor

December 2020

A new generation of space architects seized opportunities to design habitable flight hardware for lunar exploration and development. …
…Space architecture has not only become an integral part of space mission technical design but has also entered public consciousness as an exciting new field of work and career choice. This was demonstrated by the popular “Moving to Mars” exhibit at the Design Museum in London, which closed in February. During its six-month run, 80,000 people visited the show in person, and over 60 million people accessed online and print coverage. The exhibit featured immersive environments and numerous objects, including contributions from NASA, ESA and SpaceX. The London-based architecture firm Hassell contributed a full-scale concept of a Mars habitat. There were also a range of scale models, a video and technical drawings that explore how scientists and engineers might bring a human perspective to life on Mars. The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm announced in April that the exhibit would open there in December.

#spacearchitecture Maria Joao Durao Barbara Imhof Northrop Grumman Corporation NASA/JSC ThalesAlenia Thales SpaceX Blue Origin ESA - European Space Agency
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via Marc M. Cohen

… The ethical considerations of stewardship will be much more extreme when humans venture on to deep space. The most important unanswered philosophical and scientific questions are: Are we alone? And is there intelligent life elsewhere in the universe? Those who believe life in the universe is common expect to find existing or fossilized life on Mars.
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now live on youtube: BRAND GRIFFIN, Spacearchitect on design decisions with the title 'different for a reason'.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqzG8QziAKI