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 changed the way we live, work and explore. From Earth orbits to outer space, through the moon and Mars, this year’s SG[France] will be your opportunity to [...]
SGAC Webinar Series - Nicaragua: Overview of Space Analog Missions and their benefits
This webinar will focus on Astronaut Analog Missions with several speakers who participated to these missions.
Event on Promoting and Raising Awareness in Space Science and Astronomy in Sierra Leone.
The New Space Economy: vision and perspectives of the next Space Generation from the 6 UN Regions
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.
The first SGAC/IAF Seminar took place in Montevideo, Uruguay, in the framework of the Global Space Applications Conference (GLAC 2018). The event was a complete success with the participation of over 80 students and young professionals from 14 countries.
Senior Shimhanda, the Regional Coordinator for the African Region, has passed the entrance examination of Japan’s Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) to enrol in the Space Engineering International Course (SEIC). SEIC was launched in April of 2013 for aspiring students and engineers with a passion for space or the desire to return skills and technology to their home country.