More than a month ago, the SG[France]2021 organizing team launched a call for posters where they wanted you to show what Space means to you. The Posters have been displayed at the posters exhibition of SG[France]2021 on the 3rd of July during the event, and a winner has been selected!
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has grown tremendously in the past few years, from increased international events to new project groups. This growth is supported by intensive work for the Strategic Partnerships Team (SPT), which is currently looking for a new co-coordinator.
SGAC is looking for a volunteer to become a co-lead of the Commercial Space Project Group. The new co-lead will work with current co-lead, José Ferreirs, to support the activities of the Project Group, and will report to the Project Group Coordinators Alessandra Vernile and Joshua Critchley-Marrows.
Three winners have been selected for their contributions to the SG[Egypt] and Our Giant Leap artwork competition and presented their artwork on Saturday, July 10th 2021 during a live artwork showcase during SG[Egypt]2021. Discover the winning entries and join us in congratulating these space artists!
Antonio Fowl Stark [KangSan Kim] is a South-Korean born International Business Developer and Space Policy Consultant, his expertise is in global corporate strategy and technology evaluation.
Roxy Williams is a Computer Engineering student, SGAC National Point of Contact for Nicaragua and General Coordinator for the Open Course Introduction to Space Engineering in Space Generation Advisory Council - SGAC.
Rania is a Space Engineer working on the design, verification and integration of spacecraft. She has been part of several European Space Agency projects for earth observation, planetary defense and space exploration. Among them: HERA, Biomass, Plato, JUICE etc.
OHB SE, one of Europe’s prominent satellite developers, and SGAC are collaborating to support 1 selected SGC delegate to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) on 21 – 23 October and 25 – 29 October, 2021 respectively in Dubai, UAE.
The Space Generation Advisory Council was selected to receive $1 million from Blue Origin’s Club for the Future
Today, SGAC was selected to receive a $1 million grant from Blue Origin’s Club for the Future. This generous donation will allow us to: Kickstart our visionary endowment fund which will allow us to support long term growth for SGAC and sustainably provide more scholarships that enable access to international, regional, and local space events for our members Expand SGAC’s presence and impact in emerging space regions and countries to build closer relationships with regional partners to generate greater impact in local areas. Update our infrastructure and governance to better support our members throughout the world.
Interview with María de las Victorias Cocca & Esquivel International Secretary of the Latin American and Caribbean Space Network (ReLaCa Espacio) By Itzel Rocillo