AARSE’s 10th international conference was held at the University of Johannesburg Auckland Park campus from 27 to 31 Oct. 2014, hosted by the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) and the University of Johannesburg. Click here to read a summary of the conference activities. Click here to see the winners of the AARSE-ESA Award. Click here to read the AARSE 2014 declaration. Click here to see some stats on the AARSE conference. Click here to see photos of the AARSE conference.
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