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|Founded||Late June 1990|
|Origins||"Ground Data Systems for Spacecraft" symposium, organized by ESA in 1990|
|Method||Space Operations Standards, Conferences, Publications, Awards, online Journal (ISSN No. 2410-0005) and online SpaceOps Conference archive|
SpaceOps (also referred to as the International Committee on Technical Interchange for Space Mission Operations and Ground Data Systems) is an international committee organisation formed in 1992 to "promote and maintain an international community of space operations experts".
SpaceOps Organization has held fifteen biennial conferences hosted by various countries around the world. These international fora have discussed operations principles, methods, cross-support  and tools, management and technical interchange.
- Daejeon, South Korea, hosted by: KARI, 2016
- Marseille, France, CNES, 2018
- Capetown, South Africa, SANSA, 2021. It was held virtually and was shifted from the original 2020 date due to COVID-19.
In 2004, the AIAA Space Operations and Support Technical Committee partnered with the SpaceOps Organization  to publish the Journal of Space Operations & Communicator, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to spaceflight operations and ground support.
Since 2006 most of the conference hosts have decided to publish a post-conference vook. These books contain around 30 of the best papers that have been handed in for the conference. The selected papers were all updated, corrected and in many cases extended by the authors following their nomination at the conference. 
Through its awards program, the SpaceOps Organization recognizes outstanding achievement by individuals and teams in the space operations field. The “International SpaceOps Exceptional Achievement Medal". award recognizes an individual who has distinguished himself or herself in the field of space operations and support.
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