Lille, France | July 3rd, 2021 A new age for the space industry : How to harness it for the benefit of all? The first satellite launched into space in 1957 was nothing more than a tin can sending beeps. How far have we stepped since then ! Satellites, rockets, probes and station have fundamentally [...]
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Continuing the amazing efforts SGAC members and events organizing teams have provided the network with, for August 2021, we are pleased to announce and congratulate: Laud Bentil - Member of the Month, August 2021!
The European Space Agency (ESA) in cooperation with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has organised the ESA – SGAC Diversity Scholarship. This video/essay scholarship is a great opportunity for students and young professionals from emerging countries to share their views on diversity and ESA.
The Italian Space Agency (ASI), in collaboration with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), offers up to 3 grants to Italian university students to participate in the 72nd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) and the 19th Space Generation Congress (SGC), in Dubai, UAE.
SGAC is delighted to announce the 5 winners of the 2021 NASA SCaN Scholarship to attend this year SGC/ IAC in Dubai, UAE.
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!
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.