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IAF Welcomes EOS, Managed by Max Polyakov, as New Member

At this year’s International Astronautical Congress 2017 (IAC), EOS was honored to be accepted as a new member of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF).

Founded in 1951 to foster dialogue between scientists around the world and support international cooperation in all space-related activities, the International Astronautical Federation continues to connect people involved in the space industry worldwide. Nowadays it has over 300 members, including all the key space agencies, companies, societies, associations and institutions across 66 countries.

At each of the annual International Astronautical Congresses the IAF brings its multidisciplinary and international network to life.

This year IAC 2017, hosted by the Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA), took place in Adelaide, Australia from 25–29 September.

It was an intense week for the major players in the industry to gather and discuss recent advancement and progress. In particular, this year targeted secure access to satellites that provide communications, timing and navigation services and remote sensing data, rapid changes in the industry, including the growing number of space stakeholders, the move to commercial activities, and the impact of miniaturisation.

At this session, as a new member, EOS was awarded a Certificate of Membership as well as a unique frame with the IAF 60th anniversary commemorative flag, which has flown in space for 444 days aboard human space launch systems and the space stations available at the time.

Artiom Anisimov, EOS Business Development Manager, and Christian Feichtinger, IAF Executive Director

The new partnership will allow EOS, operated by Max Polyakov, access to a global network of experts and decision-makers and vote in the IAF General Assembly. Also EOS will be eligible to host an IAC. Who knows, maybe next year EOS will be involved into hosting the IAC.

Commenting on EOS new partnership, Max Polyakov said: “It is not only a great honor for EOS to become part of the International Astronautical Federation, but also a momentous acknowledgement of the work our team does. IAF membership is another step forward that opens up new opportunities for us and allows to make even more contributions to the development of the space industry”.

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  • I was hoping people intelligent enough to get involved with cryptography would also be smart enough to not believe in these silly space fairy tales like magical floating space buses, but here you are, promoting fake space for more people to waste their hard earned money on things that do not exist. All so the greedy liars can extort ignorant people even more. When will you people wake up and realize your government lied to you about Earth and space? It’s sad to see EOS caught up in this bullshit.

    • yes, because no one gets TV or their Internet form Satellites,,, it’s ALL FAKE,, LMAO — oh ya,,, and the earth is flat,,,, but not the Moon (I can prove it is a “sphere”)….. buy some good binoculars and look up and watch the space station go by,,,,,,,,

      • Maybe one day you’ll wake up a realize you’ve been lied to. But probably not with your ignorant mockery and belief that you can see a bus sized object 240 miles away fly in front of the moon’s surface at 17,000 mph. Maybe you should actually try your little experiment to see for yourself. (Hint- watching a flashing light in the sky doesn’t count as “seeing the iss”)

        • I have, that is why I suggested it to you,,, I didn’t “accept lies”,,, I went out and did my own FIRST HAND EXPERIMENTS and found the TRUTH. Binoculars are CHEAP,, go buy a pair,,, find out when it (the space station) is passing over your head and LOOK UP !!! Its not a hard thing to do,,,,,

          Then take a look at the MOON when it is HALF lit up….. (1/4 or 3/4 phase),,,, look at where the TERMINATOR LINE is (where the light stops and the dark begins). You will notice that the Craters make LONG SHADOWS,,,,, how could that be if its flat? The ONLY way that can be is if the moon is a GLOBE and the craters are on the SIDE hence the passing light creates LONG SHADOWS,,,, in the middle of the LIT ZONE the craters through no shadow (because the light is coming straight down).

          Get yourself some Bino’s boy !!!!