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Add to Calendar 15/11/2021 5:30 PM 15/11/2021 5:30 PM Australia/Sydney The long journey of human missions to Mars and back to Earth

This event was originally scheduled for Friday 20 August but has now been rescheduled for Monday 15 November.

Attendees who registered to attend online have had their registrations automatically transferred to the new date.

If you have not previously registered but wish to watch the event online, you can watch live from 5.30pm on Monday 15 November on this page (the livestream will be embedded above). 

Due to restrictions in the ACT, guests able to attend the event in-person at the Shine Dome are now limited. Attendees who registered to attend in-person will receive communication from the Academy so that they can indicate their preference to attend in-person or watch online. 

 

The Embassy of Italy, in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney and the Australian Academy of Science, invites you to an Italian Night with Five Southern Stars!

Five amazing scientists will discuss the challenges of travelling across space, preparing for human missions to Mars, and what we can learn for life and sustainability on Earth.

Ambassador of Italy to Australia H.E. Francesca Tardioli will open the event.

The event panel will be moderated by the Anna-Maria Arabia, Chief Executive of the Australian Academy of Science, Anna Maria Fioretti, Science Attaché at the Embassy of Italy, and Lillo Guarneri, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney. 

The panel

Prof. Elisabetta Barberio Not an empty Space: Cosmic Radiation and Dark Matter

Associate Professor Susanna Guatelli Protecting astronauts from the health hazards of the harsh space radiation environment: reality and simulation

Dr Stefania Peracchi Silicon mushroom: an innovative, miniaturised device for radiation protection of astronauts

Dr Eduardo Trifoni Manned entry to Mars and re-entry to Earth: an open engineering challenge

Dr Federica Turco: Interplanetary livestock: how insects could be our best resource on and away from our planet.

 

Free event - online and in-person attendance available. Light refreshments and a selection of Italian wines inlcuded for in-person attendees.

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5:30 PM November 15, 2021

The long journey of human missions to Mars and back to Earth

This event was originally scheduled for Friday 20 August but has now been rescheduled for Monday 15 November.

Attendees who registered to attend online have had their registrations automatically transferred to the new date.

If you have not previously registered but wish to watch the event online, you can watch live from 5.30pm on Monday 15 November on this page (the livestream will be embedded above). 

Due to restrictions in the ACT, guests able to attend the event in-person at the Shine Dome are now limited. Attendees who registered to attend in-person will receive communication from the Academy so that they can indicate their preference to attend in-person or watch online. 

 

The Embassy of Italy, in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney and the Australian Academy of Science, invites you to an Italian Night with Five Southern Stars!

Five amazing scientists will discuss the challenges of travelling across space, preparing for human missions to Mars, and what we can learn for life and sustainability on Earth.

Ambassador of Italy to Australia H.E. Francesca Tardioli will open the event.

The event panel will be moderated by the Anna-Maria Arabia, Chief Executive of the Australian Academy of Science, Anna Maria Fioretti, Science Attaché at the Embassy of Italy, and Lillo Guarneri, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney. 

The panel

Prof. Elisabetta Barberio Not an empty Space: Cosmic Radiation and Dark Matter

Associate Professor Susanna Guatelli Protecting astronauts from the health hazards of the harsh space radiation environment: reality and simulation

Dr Stefania Peracchi Silicon mushroom: an innovative, miniaturised device for radiation protection of astronauts

Dr Eduardo Trifoni Manned entry to Mars and re-entry to Earth: an open engineering challenge

Dr Federica Turco: Interplanetary livestock: how insects could be our best resource on and away from our planet.

 

Free event - online and in-person attendance available. Light refreshments and a selection of Italian wines inlcuded for in-person attendees.

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