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Kibo-ABC Workshop Online 2020 will be held on November 4, 2020.

Last Updated: October 30, 2020

The Kibo-ABC staff is glad to hold an annual meeting of the Kibo-ABC Workshop online on November 4, 2020. Kibo-ABC is a collaborative program established by the Space Environment Utilization Working Group (SEUWG) of APRSAF. It aims to promote ISS/Kibo utilization in the Asia-Pacific region and share and build on the outcomes of "Kibo" utilization. We have had a face-to-face meeting of SEUWG and Kibo-ABC in APRSAF every year, but this year's meeting was cancelled due to COVID-19.

The Kibo-ABC Workshop is open to everyone, members or non-members of Kibo-ABC, and offers rich topics of ongoing activities.


1. Objective

The main objective of "Kibo-ABC Workshop Online 2020" is to gather and share the member's effort and achievement of the Kibo Robot Programming Challenge (Kibo-RPC) and the Asian Herb in Space (AHiS). In addition, some member organizations will report their activities on the ISS/Kibo regarding the bilateral cooperation of micro-g experiments. We hope to develop multilevel cooperative relationships among Kibo-ABC participating organizations and promote Kibo utilization in the Asia-Pacific region.


2. Meeting information

  • Day: 13:00 ~ 16:00 on November 4, 2020 (Japan Standard Time, UTC+9)
  • Agenda (draft): [PDF: 111KB]

  • YouTube live streaming : Kibo-ABC Workshop Online 2020

3. Tips for joining the meeting

  • Kibo-ABC member organizations
    • The Kibo-ABC secretariat will send you the URL of Microsoft Teams.
    • Please join us with Microsoft Teams.
  • General audiences
    • Everyone is welcome to join the meeting via YouTube and write comments and questions with YouTube chat.
    • Chairs may pick up the comments and questions from YouTube if time allows.


Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

SSAF members in the Asia-Pacific region were awarded (Credit: JAXA)



 
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