[ESIP-all] FW: SpaceOps 2010 Call for Papers Now Open
Moe, Karen (GSFC-4070)
karen.moe at nasa.gov
Mon Jun 1 18:27:06 EDT 2009
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Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 09:01:42 -0500
To: <karen.moe at gsfc.nasa.gov>
Subject: SpaceOps 2010 Call for Papers Now Open
SpaceOps 2010 Conference
Delivering on the Dream
Hosted by NASA Marshall Space Flight Center and organized by AIAA
2010 Call for Papers Now Open!
The 2010 SpaceOps Conference is the chance for your mission or project to share your dreams and deliveries with the community. Our theme for 2010, Delivering on the Dream gives you the chance to bring the ideas, innovations, and experiences, both exhilarating and painful, from other professionals, back to your home turf to benefit your program.
Submit Your Abstract for the 2010 Conference! <http://www.aiaa.org/content.cfm?ResetTracking=1&loadview=110&viewcon=submit&pageid=230&lumeetingid=2129>
The 2010 Conference will bring together space operators from around the world to discuss the current status of and future direction of space operations. For 2010, we are introducing two new tracks to our already successful track disciplines, in keeping with the theme Delivering on the Dream.
* Mission Design and Mission Management
* Mission Execution: Plan, Train, and Fly
* Data and Communications Systems and Facilities Supporting Operations
* Cross Support, Interoperability, Standards
* Launch Operations NEW FOR 2010!
* Commercial Space Operations NEW FOR 2010!
We need the best ideas, the brightest teams, the most creative innovations and the most insightful experiences to be presented to the broadest community of space operations professionals.
Space Operations professionals and innovators from around the globe will be bringing their accomplishments, plans and innovations to share with their peers.
You can advance your mission, your organization and your own expertise only if you stay connected with the Space Operations community.
The Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Home to your host, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
To fully participate, click on "submit a paper" (upper right). To simply attend, stay tuned to this website for registration details as they become available. Also, you can sign up for the SpaceOps update by clicking here <http://www.aiaa.org/OptIn/popup.cfm?lumeetingID=2129> , and you will be notified when registration is open.
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2010 Abstract Form
Individuals interested in submitting an abstract For the 2010 SpaceOps Conference & Exhbitis MUST submit their abstracts on the provided ABSTRACT FORM. <http://www.aiaa.org/events/space/Abstract_Form.doc>
After filling out the Abstract Form with your abstract text and information, we recommend that if possible you save it as a PDF file and review then upload the PDF version. Since the committee will review your abstract in PDF format regardless of the format you submit it, this minimizes conversion errors. What you see is what we get.
If conversion to PDF format is not convenient for you, we can accept it in MS Word 2003 format (*.doc) but not Word 2007 (*.docx) format. Word 2007 users can easily save as either PDF or Word 2003 format.
Authors having trouble submitting abstracts electronically and those with questions should e-mail AIAA Technical Support at paper_tech_support at aiaa.org. Questions about the abstracts or the submission of hard copy abstracts should be referred to the Conference Product Manager.
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Going Green in 2010
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, going forward many AIAA promotional pieces will only be available electronically via PDF. The electronic 2010 SpaceOps Call for Papers is currently available on our Web site under "promotional materials" for download, or you can click More Info at the bottom of this email to receive your copy.
Download Your Copy of the 2010 Call for Papers <http://www.aiaa.org/events/space/2010_SpaceOps_CFP.pdf> (PDF)
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