More than 120 astronaut and cosmonauts from around the world recently gathered in Houston, Texas, for the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) XXXII Annual Planetary Congress. The event, which took place October 14-18, marked the largest gathering of international astronauts in history.
Officials with the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) today announced The Texas A&M University System as the title sponsor of ASE’s XXXII Planetary Congress, taking place October 14-18 in Houston. The annual event gathers astronauts and cosmonauts from around the world to discuss human activities in space and future plans for low-Earth orbit and beyond. This year’s event will be the largest gathering of organization in history.
The Association of Space Explorers (ASE) today announced that more than 130 astronaut and cosmonaut delegates from all over the world will gather in Houston, Texas, for its XXXII Planetary Congress from October 14-18. The week-long Congress, which rotates to a different nation every year, returns to the U.S. for only the fourth time since 1985.
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