Council on International Cooperation in the Study and Utilization of Outer Space (INTERCOSMOS)
Conseil de coopération internationale dans l'étude et l'utilisation de l'espace extra-atmosphérique
Sovet po Mezdunarodnomu Sotrudnicestvu v Oblasti Issledovanija i Ispolzovanija Kosmiceskogo Prostranstva (INTERKOSMOS)
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1970 Moscow USSR
1970, Moscow (USSR), as an international programme of multilateral cooperation of 10 countries adopted in 1967. Conducted by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in the field of space research. Also referred to in English as Council for International Cooperation for the Exploitation of the Cosmos. Following reorganization of the USSR Academy of Sciences into the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1992, INTERCOSMOS ceased to exist as such, being transformed into the Council on Space of the Russian Academy.
Foster development of international cooperation of the members in peaceful research and uses of outer space, in particular: physics of outer space; space meteorology; space biology and medicine; space communications; production of new materials; remote sensing of the earth.
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