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ASRI member Prof. Joseph Lefkowitz from the faculty of Aerospace Engineering is one of this year's Asher Grant recipients, for his research about Low-power Hall thruster Diagnostics using Optical Emission Spectroscopy.
ASRI member, Prof. Adi Nusser from the Physics Department is one of this year's Asher Grant recipients, for his research: Constrained realizations of 2MRS density and peculiar velocity fields: growth rate and local flow.Cosmology is witnessing exciting developments thanks to the rapid accumulation
ASRI member Prof. Yaron Amouyal from the Department of Materials Engineering is one of this year's Asher Grant recipients, for his research on Thermoelectric materials. Thermoelectric (TE) technology enables conversion of waste heat into useful electrical power as well as solid-state cooling. TE materials are employed in several niches, among them are space applications.
ASRI member Prof. Noam Soker from the Physics Department is one of this year's Asher Grant recipients, for his research 'Jet-powering of bumps in the light curves of erupting stars'. 
ASRI member and former Director Prof. Pini Gurfil is one of this year's Asher Grant recipients, for his research 'Chaos Evolution and Short-Period Corrections in High Earth Orbits':
Technion projects are to be tested onboard the International Space Station, as part of the Ramon Foundation and the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology’s “Rakia Mission”. One of these projects is being led by ASRI member, 
On November 3rd two analog astronauts, Dr. Gernot Grömer, director of Austrian Space Forum, and Mr. Alon Tenzer, gave a very interesting talk about the 'Back from Mars - AMADEE20' project, that was held in the Negev desert in Israel.