Chinese/Soviet Technical Forum

THIS IS A PAST EVENT – HYPERLINKS AND FORMS HAVE BEEN REMOVED

Date: 7 June 2014

Venue: 27/29 South Lambeth Road, Vauxhall, London, SW8 1SZ

For over 30 years the BIS Chinese/Soviet Technical Forum has featured a wide range of speakers, papers, films and guests becoming one of the most popular and long running events in the Societies calendar.  This years programme will feature new presentations on various aspects of Soviet/Russian and Chinese space exploration.

Provisional Programmme

How Soyuz 35 changed my life
A. Knight

Scenes from the early Chinese space programme
B. Harvey

Cosmonaut Stories
B. Hendrickx

Tracking Shenzhou spacecraft outside China
B. Vis

Films from Baikonur
D. Gill

Jodrell Bank, the Soviets and Bernard Lovell’s 1963 trip to Moscow
D. Phelan

Changing shift on ISS
D. Shayler

India and USSR cooperation
G. Singh

Nikolai Rukavishnikov
G. Spiteri

Latest developments in international cooperation with China
J. Myrrhe

Comparing the Russian cosmonaut and Chinese taikonaut corps (provisional)
N. Vicente

A transformation of the Russian concept for reusable launch systems – from complete to partial reusability
O. Sokolov

Review of the Russian photo-recon programme, 1991-2014
P. Clark

China – Hare or Tortoise?
W. Carey

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THIS IS A PAST EVENT – HYPERLINKS AND FORMS HAVE BEEN REMOVED
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