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SpaceUp San Diego – 30/31 January 2016
Organizers in San Diego are organizing their fifth SpaceUp targeted to be the first of the new SpaceUp year 2016! Follow @SpaceUpSanDiego on Twitter or visit the SpaceUp San Diego page to learn more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
SpaceUp Finland – 6-7 February 2016
Are you ready for the coldest and Northernmost SpaceUp ever? The SpaceUp team in Helsinki invites you to their host city at 60 degrees North to experience Finnish hospitality, lots of space talking with the ‘coolest’ space community on the planet and a good chance for the first Aurora Borealis sighting over a SpaceUp venue! Check out all details at the dedicated website http://www.spaceupfinland.org/ and follow @SpaceUpFinland on Twitter for the latest news.
SpaceUps in Planning:
Many are being planned around the world, but we need your help! If you’re interested in organizing a SpaceUp in your city, check out our page on starting your own SpaceUp. You can do it!
Seeking organizers in Pittsburgh, PA, to plan for their first SpaceUp. See the SpaceUp Pittsburgh page for details.
SpaceUp X – Paris Polytechnique – 7-8 November 2015
Following the success of the first French SpaceUp, that was held in May 2013 at the Parisian headquarters of the European SpaceAgency (ESA), and the second unconference at Cité de l’Espace in Toulouse in September 2014, the SpaceUp France organizing team hosted SpaceUp X in Palaiseau (near Paris), France on 7 and 8 November 2015. Reports and photos can be found on the wonderful SpaceUp France website (almost better than this one!) and by following @SpaceUp_FR on Twitter..
SpaceUp Atlanta - 7 November 2015
SpaceUp Rome – 24-25 October 2015
One of the first cities in the world, but the eternal city Rome never hosted a SpaceUp. In fact, SpaceUp Rome was the first SpaceUp in Italy. Hosted at the famous La Sapienza University this was another great event. Good food was guaranteed too! Rome was the place to be in the weekend of October 24-25, where the Italian space crowd met! Pics and stories can be found at the SpaceUp Rome website and through the @SpaceUpRome Twitter account.
SpaceUp Netherlands - 3 October 2015
The next SpaceUp Netherlands was organised at ESA-ESTEC visitor centre SpaceExpo in Noordwijk 3 October, 2015. More details at website: http://www.spaceup.nl/.
SpaceUp Australia - 25 July 2015
SpaceUp Australia 2015 was hosted at the University of Sydney in Sydney, New South Wales. More information at our website (www.spaceupaustralia.org).
SpaceUp at IAF Global Space Innovation Conference in Munich – 23 June 2015
The International Astronautical Federation included a full SpaceUp day during the first day of the Global Space Innovation Conference (GLIC) in Munich on 23 June 2015, from 9:00 to 15:00. More information on the GLIC SpaceUp program website.
The International Space University Central Campus in Strasbourg, France hosted its first space unconference on 11-12 April 2015. Coinciding with Yuri’s Night, the unconference ended with a space party! See the official SpaceUp ISU website for more information.
SpaceUp Cologne was held at the ESA European Astronaut Center venue for two days on 21+22 March 2015. Go to the SpaceUp Cologne website for all information.
SpaceUp Phoenix was held at the Mesa Community College (MCC) on Sat. March 7, 2015. The event is sponsored by MCC, the Phoenix Chapter of the National Space Society (NSS), and the Phoenix Section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). See the dedicated SpaceUp Phoenix website for all details.
Sweden is getting ready to open up a new chapter in Space outreach by having its first ever SpaceUp in Stockholm, on 18 October 2014. SpaceUp Stockholm is being organized collaboratively by Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) and Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AAA). You can find out more at their website here.
SpaceUp Barcelona “World Space Week Special”
Planned on the evening of 9 October 2014, during the World Space Week – SPAIN celebration, at the CosmoCaixa Science Center in Barcelona. Are you interested to present your ideas about space exploration, want to sponsor, want to attend? Please contact us for more info: email@example.com. Also follow us on Twitter: @SpaceUpBCN
Organizers in Adelaide, South Australia are planning to host Australia’s inaugural SpaceUp on September 28, 2014! Follow SpaceUp Australia on Facebook or @SpaceUpAUS on Twitter, or find out more on the SpaceUp Australia website..
Already the second SpaceUp event in France, this time at the home of Airbus, Arianespace and of course the famous Cité de l’Espace, which was the venue of SpaceUp Toulouse on 20 and 21 September 2014. They may be followed as @SpaceUpTLS on Twitter and have a great dedicated website here.
The first SpaceUp on UK soil had been in the planning for quite a while, but London had the honour to host the UK space community on 5 and 6 July 2014. For more info on results follow @SpaceUpUK on Twitter and have a look at the official SpaceUp UK website.
The first ever SpaceUp in the Netherlands was hosted at the ESA’s “Space Expo” Visitor Centre just outside its main Technology Centre ESTEC in Noordwijk, just off the Dutch North Sea Beach. In the presence of historic and modern European, American and Russian space hardware the Dutch (and European) space community discussed cool space topics, only interrupted for a traditional Dutch pancake dinner on Saturday evening. Follow @SpaceUpNL on Twitter and see the official SpaceUpNL website for all information on logistics and participants. 10+11 May 2014.
SpaceUp New Zealand
SpaceUp Los Angeles
Space United, a humanitarian non profit space organization, is organizing the first SpaceUp in Colorado during the World Space Week. Between October 3rd and 6th, with a movie night and costume party planned, it will pack entertainment with discussions! Visit the SpaceUp Denver website to learn more and register.
SpaceUp at ISDC 2013
A SpaceUp was held at the International Space Development Conference (the yearly conference of the National Space Society) in San Diego in May 2013. Follow @ISDC on Twitter or the ISDC page on Facebook for updates.
A frog-eating team held the first SpaceUp in Paris on May 25th-26th, 2013, in the European Space Agency (ESA) headquarters. For the latest updates, follow @SpaceUpParis on Twitter or the SpaceUp Paris page on Facebook. And photos and more can be found on www.spaceup.fr!
Seattle is proud to have hosted its very first SpaceUp! Organizers were lucky enough to have The Museum of Flight offer to host the event, on April 13-14th 2013. Follow @SpaceUpSeattle on Twitter and check out the SpaceUP Seattle page to learn more.
Organizers in Lawrence, Kansas had their first SpaceUp in April 2012, and was back on April 13th, 2013. Follow @SpaceUpKansas on Twitter to learn more.
SpaceUp San Diego
The first SpaceUp in India was held in Bangalore in December 2012 and gathered 250 participants, the largest SpaceUp so far! The next one will be in Bhopal on December 6-7, 2013. Visit them at the SpaceUp India website, or follow them at @SpaceUpIndia on Twitter.
After the great success of SpaceUp Europe, more unconferences are being organized in Europe. Four Polish space enthusiasts have organized SpaceUp Poland in Warsaw, to be held on 24+25 November 2012. Check out all there is to know at the SpaceUp Poland page and follow @SpaceUpPL on Twitter.
The first SpaceUp in Europe was held at the Cosmodrome in Genk, Belgium, on 22 and 23 September 2012. Go to the SpaceUp Europe website to learn more, or follow @SpaceUpEU on Twitter and find us on Facebook and Google+.
SpaceUp Los Angeles
SpaceUp San Francisco
The Bay Area is known for technology, but SpaceUp SF showed that space is also on the cutting edge. Their first SpaceUp was in spring 2012. Follow them at @SpaceUpSF on Twitter or visit the SpaceUp SF website to get updates.
SpaceUp San Diego
SpaceUp Los Angeles
SpaceUp San Diego
Houston made a big splash with their first event in 2011, followed by workshops, panels, and other targeted events.
DC showed that SpaceUp isn’t just a West Coast phenomenon. Their first event drew an enthusiastic crowd in August 2010. Follow them at @SpaceUpDC on Twitter to get involved.