Space Science in Context is a free, virtual conference that runs biennially and brings together people interested in and who study outer space and/or its social contexts for an interactive event.
In 2023 the conference attracted 450 registrants, from over 50 countries around the world. The conference used a flipped-classroom model for its talks and posters. We hosted three panel sessions—Labour and Space; Space, Technology and Dual-Use; and Environment and Space Science—and 20+ posters.
All content is archived and available online at https://spacescienceincontext.com.
Read more about the event in this report: Five reflections on co-organising Space Science in Context 2023 written by the organisers Eleanor S. Armstrong and Divya M. Persaud. A comprehensive report on the conference will be published in the first EASST Review of 2024.