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Closes: 13 Oct 2017 (Special)
Closes: 20 Oct 2017 (Regular)
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Deadline: 19 Jan 2018
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|Field Trip: St John’s Island National Marine Laboratory|
|Workshop 1: Physical Modeling of Gps and Insar Data with Unicycle|
|Workshop 2: Space Shuttle Orbiter & FORMOSAT Satellite|
|NASA Hyperwall Presentations|
Field Trip: St John’s Island National Marine Laboratory
Field Trip to St John’s Island National Marine Laboratory (3 Hour SJINML Tour)
Saturday, 12 August 2017, 8am to 12pm
Price per Person: SGD60
One of the Southern Islands in Singapore, St John’s Island was the anchorage site of Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819. It was then used as a quarantine station during the late 19th century and presently houses multiple chalets for a popular weekend getaway.
The Tropical Marine Science Institute also has coastal facilities located on the island and as part of TMSI's public education programme to create awareness in the marine sciences; the institute conducts organized short visits to their marine research facility.
So be a part of this tour and step off the beaten track to explore a different side of Singapore!
3 Hour SJINML Tour
Workshop 1: Physical Modeling of Gps and Insar Data with UnicycleAbout the Organizers | About the Facilitators Date: Wed-9 Aug │Time: 4PM - 6PM │ Room: MR335 │25 Participants Maximum
Free of Charge to AOGS2017 Attendees on a First-Come-First-Served Basis
Participants are expected to bring their own laptop with a recent version of Matlab already installed.
About the Workshop
Workshop 2: Space Shuttle Orbiter & FORMOSAT Satellite
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About the Workshop
On top of learning more about space science, students attending the workshop will also be required to complete two paper models - the space shuttle orbiter and the FORMOSAT satellite. Redesigned by IRSL and created by the National Space Organization in Taiwan, these paper models can illustrate how a real shuttle orbiter glides and lands on the base. The FORMOSAT model’s realistic exterior appearance also pictures the main payload onboard the Taiwanese satellites.
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