16th ESPI Autumn Conference
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16th ESPI Autumn Conference

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The Global Space Activity Monitor

16th ESPI Autumn Conference

Europe and Human Spaceflight
ESPI Executive Brief

ESA Accelerators: challenges and opportunities

ESPI Executive Brief

The Global Space Activity Monitor

ESA Accelerators: challenges and opportunities

The War in Ukraine and the European Space Sector
ESPI Executive Brief

The War in Ukraine and the European Space Sector

ESPI Executive Brief

The Global Space Activity Monitor

The War in Ukraine and the European Space Sector

Space Environment Capacity
ESPI Public Report

Space Environment Capacity

ESPI Public Report

The Global Space Activity Monitor

Space Environment Capacity

ESPI Insights
ESPI Insights

Top space news directly to your mailbox

ESPI Insights

The Global Space Activity Monitor

Top space news directly to your mailbox

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LATEST NEWS

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05.05.2022

The invasion of Ukraine that started in February 2022 has had important consequences on the European space sector. Beyond the immediate impact on European programmes, the situation will also influence European actions on security and defence and compel European decision-makers to change their approach towards space cooperation.

03.05.2022

Issue 26 of ESPI Insights is now available. ESPI Insights provides a quick, monthly update on major news in the space sector. This issue covers the top news from April 2022, including: ESA re-evaluates its cooperation with Russia, especially the space exploration programmes, the European Investment Fund launches the CASSINI Space Investment Facility, Amazon’s record launch contracts cause ripple effects in space industry, and Rocket Factory Augsburg (RFA) awarded €11M in DLR competition.

15.04.2022

In October 2021, a High-Level Advisory Group appointed by ESA DG made recommendations on the main societal challenges representing priorities for a reinforced and more effective cooperation between ESA, its Member States, and the EU and highlighted the importance of accelerating the use of Space in Europe.

13.04.2022

The 2021 UN General Assembly resolution 76/231 led to the establishment of a new Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) on reducing space threats through norms, rules and principles of responsible behaviours. ESPI produced and submitted a working paper to the OEWG secretariat to support their deliberations.

11.04.2022

The intensification of space activities and the emergence of new actors along with new technological and business concepts (i.e. large constellations, miniaturized systems, etc.) have raised, and continue raising, new challenges to ensure the safety of operations and the long-term sustainability of the space environment.

Our Mission Statement

"The European Space Policy Institute provides decision-makers with an informed view on mid to long-term issues relevant to Europe’s space activities. In this context, ESPI acts as an independent platform for developing positions and strategies."

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