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22/5/2015 - General News
Management Meeting: Spanish Space Programl, International JEM-EUSO repersentatives & National PIs of JEM-EUSO May 20th, 2015
22/5/2015 - General News
Write a titleManagement Meeting: Spanish Space Programl, International JEM-EUSO repersentatives & National PIs of JEM-EUSO May 20th, 2015
13/3/2015 - General News
4th JEM-EUSO Offline workshop
13/3/2015 - General News
6th AWG MEETING, TBD , 18 & 19 May 2015
13/3/2015 - Coming soon
17th International JEM-EUSO meeting will take place on 22-26 June, 2015 at Wako, Japan.

The 17th International JEM-EUSO meeting will take place on 22-26 June,
2015 at Wako, Japan. The city Wako locates in the urban area of Tokyo
Japan.

13/3/2015 - General News
5th AWG MEETING, Toulouse, 8 & 9 March 2015
27/9/2014 - General News
Kick-off AYA-ESP 2013 & progress status: EUSO-Balloon, Mini-EUSO, K-EUSO meeting October 10th in Madrid
5/3/2014 - General News
15th International Meeting of the JEM-EUSO Collaboration, 9-13 June 2014. Palermo, Italy
The JEM-EUSO experiment, Extreme Universe Space Observatory at the Japanese Experiment Module of the International Space Station (ISS), is the first international space misión devoted to the scientific research of cosmic rays of highest energies. Its super-wide-field telescope will look down from the ISS onto th night sky, to detect UV photons emitted from air showers generated by UHECRs in the atmosphere.
In the 15th Intenational meeting of the JEM-EUSO collaboration we will discuss:
·      Mission Status Overview
·      Current state of the Project as a whole
·      Science Objectives
·      Scientific equipment status
14/2/2014 - General News
Offline workshop 3-7 March 2014, University of Alcala
14/2/2014 - General News
[EUSO-BALLOON] Next progress meeting at APC February 14th
The next Euso-Balloon progress meeting will be held Friday, February 14th 2014 at the laboratory of APC in Paris.
4/11/2013 - General News
9th Multidark Consolider Workshop in Alcalá de Henares
Up to now science has failed to identify what makes up to 85% of the matter of the Universe. Elucidating the nature of dark matter constitutes a key challenge in modern physics. MultiDark is a Spanish Project supported by the Consolider-Ingenio 2010 Programme of the Ministry of Science and Innovation, in which experimental and theoretical physicists, astrophysicists and cosmologists join efforts to take up this task from a multidisciplinary perspective.
18/6/2013 - General News
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