When it comes to what’s next in space exploration, dream big but think small…that is, think about small satellites. This form of spacecraft—characterized by its small size and mass—could prove to be revolutionary, transforming how we investigate our home planet and explore our solar system.
Today the Association of Space Explorers – Europe, the European chapter of the global association representing over three quarters of the human individuals who have already orbited Earth in a spacecraft, and the Space Generation Advisory Council, the UN-based network organisation for young space professionals, signed a Letter Agreement to put their mutual relations and support on a sound basis.
SGAC and the International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) are looking for your ideas and visions for the future of lunar exploration. The ILEWG Scholarship – Young Lunar Explorer (YLE) recognizes young members of the space community who have been supporting the path to further lunar exploration with their scientific or technical contributions, and those with a vision on the future of the exploration of our closest celestial neighbour.