The Space Medicine and Life Sciences (SMLS) and Space Safety and Sustainability (SSS) project groups of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), alongside the University College London (UCL) Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR) Space Health Risks Research Group, are launching a short answer competition to recruit members to work alongside their research team.
SGAC has partnered with the UK Space Agency to bring 1 student or young professional to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (October 21 – 23 2021) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Space Hero is the first worldwide movement aiming to democratize Space through a biennial global competition where a non-astronaut, non-military, non-billionaire will be given the chance to go into Space. Now, Space Hero is collaborating with SGAC to sponsor 24 SGAC members to attend the 1st SG[Egypt] to be held online in July 2021.
SGAC has partnered with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space Communication and Navigation (NASA SCaN) to bring 3 SGAC members to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) on 21 - 23 October and the 25 - 29 October, 2021 respectively in Dubai, UAE.
One of the goals of the Space Generation Congress (SGC) is to provide an opportunity for interaction between members of the space sector with diverse geographic and technical backgrounds. To enable those members of the SGAC community without sources of funding to attend the event, and recognize our active members, SGAC has been running the Space Generation Leadership Award (SGLA). The Space Generation Leadership Award facilitates the attendance of international delegates who bring unique and insightful firsthand perspectives to the Space Generation Congress. It selects top international applicants to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (08 - 10 October, 2020) and the 71st International Astronautical Congress (IAC) (12 - 16 October, 2020) held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Are you a professional space enthusiastic photographer or a passionate hobby photographer? Yes? Then this scholarship is for you! SGAC is looking for an Event Photographer to capture the activities during the 19th Space Generation Congress (October 21 – 23 2021). The successful applicant will be able to attend the SGC 2021 and will be granted free access to the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (October 25 – 29 2021) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), the Future Space Leaders Foundation (FSLF), and SATELLITE, organizers of SGx2021, have joined forces with Space & Satellite Professionals Internationals (SSPI) to bring one person to attend SGx2021 on September 7th, providing complimentary entrance to SATELLITE 2021. SGx activities during SATELLITE are hosted in Washington, DC, USA, on 7th September 2021. The competition winner will also receive access to the invitation-only SSPI Chairman's Reception on 8th September 2021.
SGAC has partnered with the UK Space Agency to bring 1 student or young professional to attend the 9th Space Generation Fusion Forum (August 21–23, 2021) and the first day of the 36th Space Symposium (August 23) in Colorado Springs, USA.
SGAC has partnered with SEDS USA to bring 1 student to attend the 9th Space Generation Fusion Forum (August 21–23, 2021) and the first day of the 36th Space Symposium (August 23) in Colorado Springs, USA.
This year the European Space Agency (ESA) announced that for the first time in over a decade they have opened applications for a new generation of European Astronauts. For the 2021-2022 selection, applicants must obtain a European Part-MED, Class 2 (Private Pilot) medical certificate.