SPACE
the goal for humanity
we strive to reach it

The Adriatic Aerospace Association (A3) is a non-governmental, non-profit and independent association established with the objectives of: 1. stimulating research and development in the aerospace sector, 2.) mediating projects as a point of contact, 3 .) education and counseling; and 4.) international cooperation. The founding members are natural and legal persons from the scientific and technological sector with the basic intention of promoting the stated goals. Activities A3 include employees of companies and institutions in the science and education sector willing to participate in the aerospace program of the Republic of Croatia, thereby listing Croatia in the list of countries participating in one of humanity’s largest ventures. Joining this demanding endeavor means working towards the realization of this vision through participation in the design and implementation of the project in Croatia and internationally. Participation can be through membership but also through partnership as a collaborator on individual projects

 

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Northwestern’s Polytechnic University prof. Yi Li visit to A3

Prof. dr. Yi Li from Department of Astronautics at the Northwestern Polytechnic University in Xian visited us 5-7 December. During the visit we discussed future collaboration in space research. Prof. Li visited two institutions, our members. At the Ruđer Bošković Institute dr. Mile Ivanda showed prof. Li the research they do in the laboratory for …

A3 welcomes a new member – Institute Oikon from Zagreb

Oikon Ltd. – Institute of Applied Ecology has developed in last 21 years into a leading licensed and accredited consulting company / research institute in the field of applied ecology in Croatia and the region. Oikon’s specialties are nature and environment protection, natural resource management, landscape ecology, industrial ecology, environmental modeling, renewable energy, sustainable mobility, …

How can small countries find their role in space activities

This document is the result of the panel discussion on the topic “Small Countries in Space Era”, motivated by the rapidly evolving development in Space exploration, utilization of the benefits from it for the well being of humanity, and future presence of humans out there. Small countries should also find their role in this endeavor but …