Association of Space Explorers (ASE)
1985-10-02 Cernay France
2-6 Oct 1985, Cernay (France), stemming from initiatives commencing 1981.
Provide a forum for professional dialogue among individuals who have flown in space; support space science and exploration for the benefit of all; promote education in science and engineering; foster greater environmental awareness; encourage international cooperation in the human exploration of space.
Events2025 – Annual Plenary Congress
2024-09-29 | Netherlands – Annual Plenary Congress
2022-10-11 | Türkiye – Annual Plenary Congress
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Congress (annual). Executive Committee of 9 members. ASE-USA Board of Directors; ASE-Russia Board of Directors. Standing Committees (4): Policy, Liaison and Public Relations; Crew Safety and Technology Development; Ecology; Education.
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