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GGOS Days 2022

GGOS Days is the annual meeting of GGOS during which the different components of GGOS meet and report on their activities during the past year and their plans for the coming year. It takes place as a 2 days hybrid meeting in Munich (Germany)…
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Abstract Submission for AGU22

Please participate in the GGOS session "Geodesy for Sustainable Earth Observation" at the upcoming 2022 AGU Fall Meeting #AGU22. The deadline for abstract submission is August 3.

EGU Blog Post about GGOS

Recently EGU Geodesy Division published a post in their Blog introducing GGOS, Geodesy and the recently established Geodetic Information Portal ggos.org. Don't miss it: https://blogs.egu.eu/divisions/g/2022/06/13/ggos/  
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Geodesy 2030

Geodesy 2030 - Don't miss this recently published paper on the current activities and future tasks of Geodesy.

Introduction in Basic Geodetic Concepts – EGU2022

The Geodesy 101 course at #EGU22 was very well attended and was a perfect way to learn more about geodetic principles.  This course is for geoscientists to learn more about geodesy. Don't miss it next year at EGU...
GGOS Japan

GGOS Japan
new Logo and Film

GGOS Japan is a group to ensure close cooperation among the GGOS related institutions in Japan and to effectively foster activities associated with GGOS. This GGOS affiliate and it's GGOS Japan members are very active. They have now developed…
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GGOS Film
New Versions

We recently published two new language versions of the "Discover GGOS" film. It is now available in French and Portuguese, beside of English, Spanish, German and Japanese.
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REFAG 2022 – Symposium on Reference Frames for Applications in Geoscience

The REFAG 2022 carries on the tradition of previous IAG dedicated symposia on Reference Frames, aiming to bring together leading experts from academia, public authorities and private sector with young scientists and students, to discuss current achievements and future prospects of geodetic reference frames and their scientific and societal impact. Don't miss to participate in this great symposium.

IAG Statement on Ukraine

IAG issued an official statement expressing its deep dismay and concern about the military offensives in Ukraine. GGOS is changing its logo color for the next few weeks as a sign of solidarity.
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New eBook:
One-mm Accuracy Unified Geocentric
Terrestrial Reference System

A new eBook with the title "How to establish and maintain a one-mm accuracy unified Geocentric Terrestrial Reference System - A theoretical model" was now published.