Space Cooperation and Diplomacy Series: International Cooperation on Human Exploration
May 8, 2018 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM UTC-4| Free
Building on the success of the first Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) Space Cooperation and Diplomacy panel, we are delighted to announce our second panel focused on international cooperation on human exploration in Washington D.C at the George Washington University on May 8th, 2018.
The first event in Space Cooperation and Diplomacy gathered over 50 students and young professionals for an expert panel that discussed international space cooperation and utilizing space technology for international development and economic growth with representatives from ESA, JAXA, and DLR
This initiative follows SGAC’s objective of establishing local events around the world for university students and young professionals in the Washington D.C. area. The event is a panel format with guests from space agencies, embassy space attaches, and space industry representatives. In this second version, we are welcoming astronauts from USA, ESA and Japan. Inside the theme of international cooperation on human exploration the focus of the discussion is:
- Human exploration
- International collaboration on human space flight, and
- Astronauts experience in space missions.
|Venue:||Room 505 in the Elliott School of International Affairs|
|Dress code:||Business Casual|
|Includes reception (with food and drinks provided) starting at 2000|