Tuesday 2 February 2021

Block 1

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Block 2

PM

D1.2
Large-Scale Heliospheric Structure: Theory, Modelling, and Data
D1.2
Large-Scale Heliospheric Structure: Theory, Modelling, and Data
D1.3
Pickup Ions in the Heliosphere and Beyond
D1.3
Pickup Ions in the Heliosphere and Beyond
D2.3
Thermal and Dynamic Plasma Instabilities on Multiscales: From Laboratories to Planets, the Sun/Stars, Galaxies, and Beyond
D2.3
Thermal and Dynamic Plasma Instabilities on Multiscales: From Laboratories to Planets, the Sun/Stars, Galaxies, and Beyond
D2.5
Nonthermal Particles in the Inner Heliosphere: Origin and Consequences
D2.5
Nonthermal Particles in the Inner Heliosphere: Origin and Consequences
D3.2
Cross-scale Coupling and Multi-point Observations in the Magnetosphere
D3.2
Cross-scale Coupling and Multi-point Observations in the Magnetosphere
D3.2
Cross-scale Coupling and Multi-point Observations in the Magnetosphere
D3.2
Cross-scale Coupling and Multi-point Observations in the Magnetosphere
PPP.3
Planetary Protection Research and Development
PEDAS.1
The Science of Human-Made Objects in Orbit: Space Debris and Sustainable Use of Space
PEDAS.1
The Science of Human-Made Objects in Orbit: Space Debris and Sustainable Use of Space
PEDAS.1
The Science of Human-Made Objects in Orbit: Space Debris and Sustainable Use of Space
D3.5
Particle Acceleration and Loss in the Earth and Planetary Magnetospheres
D3.5
Particle Acceleration and Loss in the Earth and Planetary Magnetospheres
D3.6
Magnetotail Dynamics and Substorms during Storm and Non-storm Time
D3.6
Magnetotail Dynamics and Substorms during Storm and Non-storm Time
D2.4
Sun-Heliosphere Connection Events: Origin, Propagation, Impact and Prediction
D2.4
Sun-Heliosphere Connection Events: Origin, Propagation, Impact and Prediction
D2.4
Sun-Heliosphere Connection Events: Origin, Propagation, Impact and Prediction
D2.4
Sun-Heliosphere Connection Events: Origin, Propagation, Impact and Prediction
B0.3
Lunar, Mars, and Asteroid Resources
B0.3
Lunar, Mars, and Asteroid Resources
B0.3
Lunar, Mars, and Asteroid Resources
B0.3
Lunar, Mars, and Asteroid Resources
B0.7
Planetary Exploration, Horizon 2061: Report to COSPAR and Discussion
B0.7
Planetary Exploration, Horizon 2061: Report to COSPAR and Discussion
B0.7
Planetary Exploration, Horizon 2061: Report to COSPAR and Discussion
B0.7
Planetary Exploration, Horizon 2061: Report to COSPAR and Discussion
B1.3
Results from the Exploration of the Kuiper Belt by NASA’s New Horizons Mission
B1.3
Results from the Exploration of the Kuiper Belt by NASA’s New Horizons Mission
B1.3
Results from the Exploration of the Kuiper Belt by NASA’s New Horizons Mission
B1.3
Results from the Exploration of the Kuiper Belt by NASA’s New Horizons Mission
B4.4
Venus Science and Exploration
B4.4
Venus Science and Exploration
B4.4
Venus Science and Exploration
B4.5
Mercury Science and Exploration
B6.1
Exoplanet Detection and Characterisation: Current Research, Future Opportunities and the Search for Life Outside the Solar System
B6.1
Exoplanet Detection and Characterisation: Current Research, Future Opportunities and the Search for Life Outside the Solar System
B6.1
Exoplanet Detection and Characterisation: Current Research, Future Opportunities and the Search for Life Outside the Solar System
B6.1
Exoplanet Detection and Characterisation: Current Research, Future Opportunities and the Search for Life Outside the Solar System
B3.1
Lunar Science and Exploration
B3.1
Lunar Science and Exploration
B3.1
Lunar Science and Exploration
B3.1
Lunar Science and Exploration
E1.10
Accretion and Ejection in Galactic Compact Objects
E1.11
The Gravitational Wave Universe in the LIGO-Virgo Era
E1.8
Evolution of Disk and Corona in X-ray Binaries: Intersection of Observations and Modeling
E1.8
Evolution of Disk and Corona in X-ray Binaries: Intersection of Observations and Modeling
E1.8
Evolution of Disk and Corona in X-ray Binaries: Intersection of Observations and Modeling
E2.4
New Views on the Solar Magnetic Atmosphere
E1.16
Origin of Cosmic Rays
E1.16
Origin of Cosmic Rays
E1.3
Astronomy from Space and the Ground: Synergies and Challenges
E1.3
Astronomy from Space and the Ground: Synergies and Challenges
E1.7
Observations and Prospects for X-ray Polarimetry
E1.7
Observations and Prospects for X-ray Polarimetry
E1.7
Observations and Prospects for X-ray Polarimetry
E1.7
Observations and Prospects for X-ray Polarimetry
E1.2
The Remnants of Supernova Explosions
E1.17
The Space View of Radio Galaxies
E1.17
The Space View of Radio Galaxies
E1.18
Probing Energy Extraction from Supermassive Black Holes
E1.9
Multi Wavelength Studies of Compact Objects - into the 21st Century
E1.9
Multi Wavelength Studies of Compact Objects - into the 21st Century
E1.9
Multi Wavelength Studies of Compact Objects - into the 21st Century
E1.15
Cherenkov Telescope Array: the Ground-based Eyes to Observe the Gamma-ray Universe
E1.15
Cherenkov Telescope Array: the Ground-based Eyes to Observe the Gamma-ray Universe
E1.15
Cherenkov Telescope Array: the Ground-based Eyes to Observe the Gamma-ray Universe
E1.15
Cherenkov Telescope Array: the Ground-based Eyes to Observe the Gamma-ray Universe
C0.3
Variabilities of Radio Wave Propagation Characteristics in Lower Ionosphere
C0.3
Variabilities of Radio Wave Propagation Characteristics in Lower Ionosphere
C0.2
Advances in Remote Sensing of the Middle and Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere from the Ground and from Space, including Sounding Rockets and Multi-Instrument Studies
C0.2
Advances in Remote Sensing of the Middle and Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere from the Ground and from Space, including Sounding Rockets and Multi-Instrument Studies
C2.4
Small Satellite Missions for Aeronomy and Ionosphere Studies
C3.2
Planetary Upper Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Magnetospheres
C3.2
Planetary Upper Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Magnetospheres
C3.2
Planetary Upper Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Magnetospheres
C3.2
Planetary Upper Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Magnetospheres
C1.1
Recent Advances in Equatorial, Low- and Mid-Latitude Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Ionosphere Studies
C1.1
Recent Advances in Equatorial, Low- and Mid-Latitude Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Ionosphere Studies
C1.1
Recent Advances in Equatorial, Low- and Mid-Latitude Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Ionosphere Studies
PSW.1
Quantitative Assessment of Current and Emerging Space Weather Modelling Capabilities for Improved Space Weather Services
PSW.1
Quantitative Assessment of Current and Emerging Space Weather Modelling Capabilities for Improved Space Weather Services
PSW.1
Quantitative Assessment of Current and Emerging Space Weather Modelling Capabilities for Improved Space Weather Services
PSW.1
Quantitative Assessment of Current and Emerging Space Weather Modelling Capabilities for Improved Space Weather Services
A0.4
Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions
A0.4
Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions
A0.4
Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions
A0.4
Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions
A3.1
Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing and Application for Global Terrestrial Ecosystems
A3.1
Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing and Application for Global Terrestrial Ecosystems
A3.1
Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing and Application for Global Terrestrial Ecosystems
A3.1
Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing and Application for Global Terrestrial Ecosystems
F3.5
Pre-biotic and Complex Molecules in the Universe: Observational, Laboratory, and Computational Perspectives on the Evolution of Molecular Complexity
F3.3
Habitability in the Solar System and Beyond
F3.3
Habitability in the Solar System and Beyond
F3.5
Pre-biotic and Complex Molecules in the Universe: Observational, Laboratory, and Computational Perspectives on the Evolution of Molecular Complexity
PSB.1
Scientific Ballooning: Recent Developments in Technology and Instrumentation
PSB.1
Scientific Ballooning: Recent Developments in Technology and Instrumentation
PSB.1
Scientific Ballooning: Recent Developments in Technology and Instrumentation
PSB.1
Scientific Ballooning: Recent Developments in Technology and Instrumentation
H0.4
Gravitational Wave Astrophysics
H0.5
Applications (Geodesy, Metrology, Navigation, and Others)
H0.5
Applications (Geodesy, Metrology, Navigation, and Others)
H0.5
Applications (Geodesy, Metrology, Navigation, and Others)
F2.2
Space Radiation Risk, Quality of Radiation and Countermeasures: Physical and Biophysical Mechanisms, Modelling and Simulations
F2.3
Space Radiation: Dosimetric Measurements and Related Models, Radiation Detector Developments and their Ground-Based Characterization
F2.3
Space Radiation: Dosimetric Measurements and Related Models, Radiation Detector Developments and their Ground-Based Characterization
F2.2
Space Radiation Risk, Quality of Radiation and Countermeasures: Physical and Biophysical Mechanisms, Modelling and Simulations

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The Help Desk was the most visited chat space with 48,540 posts and 8,848 unique viewers. Lockheed Martin’s workshop had a total of 103 posts and 118 unique viewers. The Climate Change topic was well above average with a total of 5,833 clicks followed by the Opening & Awards Ceremony with a total of 3,656 clicks.

Total registrants that attended was 11,410 and user total was 67,650.

  • Peak time was during the PM shift (Europe & Asia Pacific)

Most popular Spaces:

  1. Lobby with 29,957
  2. Full program with 26,960
  3. Scientific program with 16,201
  4. Lounge 1 – Genesis with 14,309
  5. Resources with 16,832 – peak time in the AM shift (Americas)

Top Documents:

  1. Cospar program posters 2021 with 491
  2. About COSPAR2022 with 450
  3. COSPAR Program Timetable 2021 with 424
  4. 2021 In Need of Space with 399
  5. Lockheed Martin Workshops with 373

Top Companies:

  1. Lockheed Martin
  2. CSIRO
  3. North-West University
  4. Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  5. UNSW

Post Congress Information

The Covid-19 pandemic forced deferral of the Sydney Assembly from August 2020 to January 2021 and redesign of the presentation mode from 100% in-person to either 100% virtual presentation or a mix of virtual and in-person presentations (COSPAR-2021-Hybrid).

During the events of the week, we all engaged with an extremely high quality COSPAR scientific program. There were 615 sessions, each delivered twice; over 2,000 scientific presentations; and three excellent workshops led by our anchor sponsor Lockheed Martin. Over 2,000 delegates were active on the platform each day. From the app, there have been over 2,000 downloads, more than 117 thousand page hits, and the number keeps rising. The assembly website has had over unique 11,000 users accessing content.

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