• STDM Project Group

    Advanced Space Technologies are an essential tool when disaster strikes - find out more with the  Group on Space Technologies For Disaster Management (STDM) Group!

  • SSS Group

    It is vital to keep space clean, safe and useable for future generations - if you are curious how you can contribute, be sure to check out the Space Safety and Sustainability Group!

  • Small Satellites Project Group

    Are you interested in the small satellite community and would like to be up-to-date, while meeting young professionals and students from around the world? Join our group!

  • NEO Project Group

    Near Earth Objects are a substantial hazard to our civilization, but also an opportunity for further space development. The NEO group focuses on everything from detection and mitigation to resource utilization. Check out our page for more information and learn how to get involved!

  • SLP Project Group

    The Space Law and Policy Group incorporates all aspects of those two broad fields of study. It develops the term ‘space law’ as all types of space-related international and national regulations and laws, whereas it interprets the term ‘space policy’ as all kinds of objectives and action plans of the international space community.

Space Exploration Project Group

Welcome to SGAC’s Group on Space Exploration 

 

Space exploration has increased human knowledge and presence within the Solar System, and it has brought tangible science and technology benefits to our lives.

The success of space exploration has its maximum exponent in the International Space Station (ISS) where sophisticated capabilities and fruitful partnerships have been developed. The ISS is still producing meaningful benefits for humanity by providing a platform for conducting physical and life sciences experiments as well as research related with the constrains of long-time human space flight.

The future of space exploration will be to send robotic and human missions beyond Low-Earth orbit (LEO), to the Moon, to asteroids, to Mars and beyond. Most of the people who will make it a reality are now teenagers, students or young professionals.

The Global Exploration Roadmap (GER) is being development by space agencies in the frame of the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG). It represents an international effort to prepare collaborative human and robotic space exploration and to define feasible and sustainable exploration pathways to the Moon, near-Earth asteroids, and Mars over the next 25 years.

 

Project Overview


The topic of exploration is in the centre of SGAC interest, including special working groups during the SG Congress held every year in conjunction with the IAC.

Our aim is the creation of an international and interdisciplinary forum integrated by students and young professionals to approach Space Exploration from a multidisciplinary point of view and focused in the 8 common goals outlined in the GER:

  • Develop Exploration Technologies and Capabilities
  • Engage the Public in Exploration
  • Enhance Earth Safety
  • Extend Human Presence
  • Perform Science to Enable Human Exploration
  • Perform Space, Earth, and Applied Science
  • Search for Life
  • Stimulate Economic Expansion

Through articles, reports, meetings and conference presentations we would like to integrate the perspectives of the next generation of space explorers into the GER implementation.

 

Current Projects


 

 

Get Involved


Would you like to be part of the next generation of space explorers? We are calling for motivated SGAC members to join our group! Fill the form at this link: https://lnkd.in/dwx3ZaT and wait for the confirmation of acceptance.

For further details and info, contact Hady Ghassabian (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

Project Sponsors & Leaders


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Further Reading


 

 

 

Projects

Commercial Space

Commercial Space Project Group

 

Near Earth Objects

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Space Exploration



Space Safety & Sustainability

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Small Satellites

Small Satellites Project Group

Space Law & Policy

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Space Technology for
Disaster Management
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YGNSS

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