HARS – 2023

The rocketry event of members of the Croatian Astronautical and Rocket Association (HARS) was held in Garešnica on October 27-29, 2023. The event was also attended by guests from Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.



The event was attended by the Adriatic Aerospace Association with its president Slobodan Danko Bosanac, while the leader of the event was Bogomir Hren, president of HARS.






ARAK Dubrava, Zagreb, presented the longest rocket






while AAD Zadar presented the smallest light bulb rocket.




Croatian-Indian cooperation

The Croatian-Indian Society and the Embassy of India in Croatia are organizing an evening of lectures on the topic of space. India has successfully demonstrated that it can meet the challenges of going from Earth’s orbit into deep space, and has thus become a factor in the great endeavour called the space age. These lectures were organised on this occasion.

6-th SASSINI Hackhaton

VU Algebra is the organiser of the international 6th Cassini Hackathon for Croatia. As mentors from A3 are, Ph.D.  Ivan Tomljenović, OIKON, and Ph.D. Slobodan Danko Bosanac, president of A3.

Satellites have many purposes, but those that help our planet Earth make sustainable place to live in have the priority. The data that are provided by these satellites need to be analyzed and extract the meaningful information, Cassini international Hackathon https://www.cassini.eu/hackathons/ is the place where you can let your ideas flow and realize them. You can also learn much about the Space and what information is provided from there in the two week lecture series https://www.cassini.eu/hackathons/big-ideas-campaign , thus providing inspiration for your creativity.

Meeting with the Ambassador of India


The meeting with the Ambassador of India Mr. Raj Kumar Srivastava was held on September 29, 2023 in the premises of the Indian Embassy on the subject of cooperation in space projects. The meeting was attended by the president of the Adriatic Aerospace Association, Mr. Slobodan Danko Bosanac. After congratulating on the great success of the Indian space program, which resulted in an extraordinary complex maneuver of landing the lunar vehicle near the south pole of the Moon, Mr. Bosanac described the Association’s activity with an emphasis on possible elements of cooperation. Mr. Srivastava, for his part, gave his support to these activities and emphasized his readiness to facilitate close cooperation on the development of these activities for mutual benefit. Special support was given to the activities of the Association on the development of regional cooperation, and as an example of such cooperation, Mr. Srivastava described the SAARC project led by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Help was offered to achieve this cooperation. In a very pleasant conversation, the meeting lasted an hour and a half.