VIENNA, 8 September 2020—The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) announced the winners of the second Space4Youth Competition, that asked youth all over the world to provide their ideas and examples from their community to leverage space for Sustainable Development Goal 13: Climate Action.
SGAC has launched its new online store (learn more here). To help the global SGAC network engage with this new initiative, the SGAC invites you to develop a special SGAC logo that will be featured in the new online store!
SGAC is pleased to announce the winners of the NEO Renaissance Poster Competition 2020 in three categories.
SGAC Announces the winners of the SGAC – LSA NewSpace Europe 2019 – Pitch Competition Grant in collaboration with the Luxembourg Space Agency SGAC is proud to announce the winners of the SGAC – LSA NewSpace Europe 2019 – Pitch Competition Grant, sponsored by the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA). The 5 grant winners will [...]
SGAC Announces the Winner of the Spanish Space Congress 2019 Essay Competition SGAC in cooperation with TEDAE we are pleased to announce Mario Ortega Pérez is the winner of the Spanish Space Congress Competition who will attend the Congreso del Espacio on 9-10th of October 2019 in Madrid. SGAC would like to thank TEDAE for their support to [...]
SGAC is proud to announce the winners of the South American Space Leader Award 2019 who will be sponsored to attend the 5th SA-SGW 2019 event to be held in La Paz, Bolivia.
Are you trying to get your space startup off the ground? The Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) and SGAC are joining forces to offer students and young professionals the opportunity to attend and pitch their startup at the NewSpace Europe 2019 conference in Luxembourg!
SGAC is pleased to announce Alexander Gilbert (USA) as the winner of the SSS Essay Competition 2019. Organized with the support of the European Southern Observatory (ESO), the SGAC Space Safety and Sustainability (SSS) Project Group invited participants aged 18 to 35 from around the world to take part in this essay competition. The competition provided entrants with the opportunity to introduce new ideas on the topic of how humankind could expand into outer space and most importantly, in a safe and sustainable way.
VIENNA, 20 June 2019 (United Nations Information Service) — At a side event on Space for Youth held during the 62nd session of the Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) announced the winners of the inaugural Space for Youth Competition.