NEOShield-2 Agents are our ambassadors who educate & spread the word about asteroid potential threat and how to protect the Earth, all around the world!

Want to help us spread the word about asteroids, the potential threat that they pose, and the measures we can take to protect our planet?

Become a NEOShield-2 Agent!

What is a NEOShield-2 Agent?

Our Agents are our NEOShield-2 ambassadors, trained to represent our project and bring our research and technology developments to the attention of the public.

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Agents are fans and supporters of our project who are passionate about planetary defence. They volunteer their time to help us raise awareness of NEOShield-2 and the NEO risk as a whole.

How can I become a NEOShield-2 Agent?

Everybody can become a NEOShield-2 Agent! Getting involved is easy:

  1. Contact us to discuss your idea for an event or a promotional activity
  2. Organise and hold your event
  3. Write a short article on your accomplishment

We’ll send you an information pack to help get you started, as well as some NEOShield-2 PR material (e.g. pins, stickers, business cards or flyers) to give out at your event.

In acknowledgement of your hard work and enthusiasm, we’ll send you some of our new NEOShield-2 promotional items. What’s more, you’ll be listed as an official NEOShield-2 Agent on a dedicated part of the website and be a part of the NEOShield-2 Family!

Want to know more? Read our Agent FAQ

Hall of Fame

In acknowledgement of their hard work and dedication, all NEOShield-2 Agents will be listed below.

In the Hall of Fame, you’ll be able to find information on our Agents and the events they held, including a link to the articles they have written.

Our AgentTopic addressed (Link to Agent Report)Date and LocationAudience reached
Victor Bar - An Israeli project manager and a space enthusiast who sees great importance in educating the public about the NEO threat. Also Asteroid Day Regional Coordinator Israel.The NEO threat and NEOShield-2

NEOShield-2 and Asteroid Day 2016
15.10.2015 and 30.06.2016, Givatayim Space Observatory, Israel2015: 60 persons in total (45 members of the Israeli Astronomers Society + 15 general public)
2016: 60 persons in total, most of them amateur astronomers
Jordi Steen Forteza - A keen Space and Asteroid enthusiast and Asteroid Day Coordinator Denmark. NEOShield-2 Agent Jordi conducts the First Near Earth Asteroid Threat workshop in Denmark30.06.2016, Denmark22 persons in total, most of them from general public and amateur astronomers
Sushil Bhattarai - A M.Sc. Physics student from St. Xavier's College and Asteroid Day Regional Coordinator Nepal.Remembering the Chelyabinsk Event15.02.2017, Mokshada School, Kathmandu, Nepal200 students, teachers, and staff
Takis Theodossiou - President of LOGOS-SLOVO Α-Ω scientific association, Board of Directors IMCA & Member of the Meteoritical Society and Asteroid Day Coordinator Greece.Hazardous Asteroids (NEOs) and the NEOShield-2 Project03.03.2017, LOGOS-SLOVO Α-Ω scientific association, Athens, Greece18 persons (members of the association, amateur astronomers and space enthusiasts)