SGAC Announces the Winner of the SEPG-AAE Dream Mission Call 2023

SGAC are pleased to announce Charles Horikami, Luca Kiewiet, Gueorguy Serafimov and Athena Vourgos as the winners of the 2023 SEPG-AAE Dream Mission Competition. The SGAC Space Exploration Project Group (SEPG) and the Académie de l’Air et de l’Espace (AAE) joined forces to seek innovative ideas from students and young professionals for their "dream mission". The winners will be sponsored to attend the AAE Space Exploration Conference 2023 in Turin, Italy, where they will give a presentation on their mission concept. 

2023-01-14T09:04:25+01:00January 11th, 2023|Tags: , , |

SGAC – Space Exploration Project Group – AAE Conference 2023 – Dream mission call

Do you want to share your space exploration dream with the space community? The Space Exploration Project Group (SEPG) and Académie de l’air et de l’espace (AAE) are joining forces to offer young professionals and students the opportunity to present their space exploration dreams at the AAE Space Exploration Conference 2023 in Turin, Italy.

2023-01-16T12:22:27+01:00August 31st, 2022|Tags: , , |

[PG-SEPG] – SEPG Webinar #6: Involving Everyone – Perspectives of Developing Countries on Space Resources and Lunar Activities

On this sixth episode of the SEPG series on the future of space exploration we will explore the perspectives of Developing Countries on Space Resources and Lunar Activities.

2020-05-31T17:43:50+02:00May 31st, 2020|Tags: , , |

[PG-SEPG] SEPG Webinar #5: Lunar Architecture 101: Perspectives and Scenarios for Future Lunar Settlements

In the 5th episodes of the SEPG Webinar series on the future of space exploration, we will address architectural scenarios for future lunar settlements.

2020-05-21T22:00:01+02:00May 21st, 2020|Tags: , , |

[PG-SEPG] SEPG Webinar #4: Forward to the Moon – Lunar Analogue Missions

In the 4th episode of the SEPG webinar series on the future of space exploration, we will talk about the importance of designing and running appropriate analogue missions simulating in situ resources utilisation on the Lunar surface.

2020-05-18T11:46:14+02:00May 15th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , |
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