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Fourth European
Astronaut Reunion
May 11-13, 2017
Switzerland

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Association of Space Explorers

Europe

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ASE-Europe was founded in 2012, in recognition of the achievements of ASE to unify the efforts of astronauts and cosmonauts to reinforce international cooperation in the exploration and use of space for the good of mankind. Its purpose is:

To support European educators and students and to promote education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM);

To promote and organize the establishment of regular and close contacts of Europeans within the Association and its international membership who are united by the experience of human orbital flight;

To better publicize and disseminate knowledge about the historic significance of Man’s entry into space and the European share in this venture.

Contact Us

ASE-Europe
c/o International Space University
1 rue Jean-Dominique Cassini
67400 Illkirch-Graffenstaden
France

Europe@space-explorers.org

 

 

ASE – Europe Board of Directors

Michel Tognini – France (President)
Reinhold Ewald – Germany (Secretary)
Pedro Duque – Spain (Treasurer)
Christer Fuglesang – Sweden
Luca Parmitano – Italy
Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu – Romania

 

 

 

ISS Crew Fund

ASE Europe works with Space Generation Advisory Council SGAC to support young space professionals

One of the main missions of SGAC is to facilitate access to space conferences and workshops for students and young professionals. SGAC, in cooperation with the ISS Crew Fund, organised the 2017 ISS Crew Fund Scholarship that enabled five outstanding SGAC members to attend the 2nd European Space Generation Workshop in Paris, France. The ISS Crew Fund is under administration of ASE Europe. The money is intended to be used to provide opportunities of international cooperation also for the next generations of young space professionals and foster international cooperation for peaceful research and exploration of Space. Decisions are taken by a board composed of astronauts.

Read more about our five awardees!

European Astronaut Reunions

 

ASE-Europe coordinates and hosts the annual European Astronaut Reunion, an opportunity for European astronauts to promote the benefits of European endeavors in space and inspire the next generation of European astronauts, scientists and engineers.

 

Fourth European Astronaut Reunion
2017 / Lausanna & Geneva, Switzerland

Third European Astronaut Reunion
2016 / London, UK

Second European Astronaut Reunion
2015 / Milan, Italy


First European Astronaut Reunion
2014 / Munich, Germany

 

ISU Scholarship

 

The ASE ISU Scholarship is specifically intended to support young space professionals or students who have been accepted to the International Space University. The ISU scholarship is awarded by ASE – Europe, in coordination with the international Executive Committee.

ASE ISU Scholars

2013: Ms. Emmanuelle David
2014: Ms. Ana Cristina van Oijhuizen-Galhego Rosa
2015: Mr. Izan Peris Marti
2016: Ms. Praskovia Milova

 

 

Membership in ASE is open to individuals who have completed at least one orbit of the Earth in a spacecraft. ASE-Europe represents the community of flown astronauts and cosmonauts who are citizens or permanent residents of countries within the geographical boundaries of Europe.

The regional chapters of ASE function independently under the general direction and guidance of the international Executive Committee. The chapters are represented on the Executive Committee and are responsible for developing and supporting ASE activities and engaging member astronauts and cosmonauts in the respective regions.

Founding Members

Dumitru Prunariu (President) – Romania
Reinhold Ewald (Secretary) – Germany
Michel Tognini (Treasurer) – France

Jean-François Clervoy – France
Pedro Duque – Spain
Frank De Winne – Belgium
Leopold Eyharts – France
Bertalan Farkas – Hungary
Klaus-Dietrich Flade – Germany
Dirk Frimout – Belgium
Christer Fuglesang – Sweden
Miroslaw Hermaszewski – Poland
André Kuipers – Netherlands
Franco Malerba – Italy
Ulf Merbold – Germany
Ernst Messerschmid – Germany
Claude Nicollier – Switzerland
Helen Sharman – United Kingdom
Gerhard Thiele – Germany
Franz Viehbock – Austria
Ulrich Walter – Germany


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ASE offers several unique astronaut and cosmonaut signed collectibles.

AstroNotes: Send the Gift of Inspiration!

AstroNotes offers a personalized inscription and autograph – a valuable and historic collectible appropriate for any special oocasion – from the very few in human history who have viewed the Earth from space. AstroNotes supports ASE's global scientific and education outreach activities, from Near Earth Object (NEO) hazard mitigation to ASE scholarships for students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Please join ASE in inspiring tomorrow's explorers, scientists, and innovative thinkers!

ASE Congress Commemorative Posters

The ASE Planetary Congress posters feature the authentic and original signatures of the astronauts and cosmonauts who attended that Congress. These unique and extremely rare posters are part of a series of limited Collector's Edition posters that have been signed at each ASE Congress since the association was founded in 1985. Some editions contain the signtatures of well-known space travelers such as Buzz Aldrin, Pete Conrad, Scott Carpenter, Charlie Duke, Alexei Leonov, Jim Lovell, Tom Stafford, Valentina Tereshkova and many others!

 

 

 

ASE plays an important role in this period of uncertainty about the future of human space flight. Major decisions any single nation will define the path and resources for future international exploration.

ASE’s role as the primary forum for professional exchange among astronauts and cosmonauts will be increasingly relevant, and necessary, as we leverage international capabilities to fly beyond low Earth orbit. With your support, ASE will continue to contribute both leadership and vision as humanity moves outward from our home planet and toward the stars.

Contributions can be mailed to:

ASE-Europe
c/o International Space University
1 rue Jean-Dominique Cassini
67400 Illkirch-Graffenstaden
France

Or you can contribute online, via Paypal:

Thank you!

This beauty consists of subtle nuances,

   as in the miraculous balance of soft and

        brilliant hues. Only a child in its innocence

            could apprehend the purity and splendor of this vision.

                    Patrick Baudry, France

 

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Upcoming Events:

ASE XXX Congress
October 16-20, 2017
Toulouse, France

Parc d'Innovation | 1 rue Jean Dominique Cassini | F-67400 Illkirch Graffenstaden | Strasbourg, France

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