On the occasion of the 56th session of the UNCOPUOS STSC, ESPI organized an Evening Event dedicated to an increasingly critical issue of Space Trafic Management. Insightful presentations were given by two invited international speakers: Moriba Jah, Associate Professor at University of Texas and Holger Krag, Head of Space Debris Office at ESA (slides are available for download).
The European Space Policy Institute is organizing two ESPI Evening Events (13 and 20 February 2019) on the occasion of the 56th session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the UN Committe on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Both events will take place at ESPI, starting from 18:30 CET. Registration is mandatory.
ESPI partnered this year again with Business Bridge Europe for the 11th Conference on European Space Policy which has now established itself as the top event for the European space policy community. This year, government officials and high-level representatives of institutions and industry gathered on January 22nd and 23rd in Brussels to discuss the place of space in Europe and the place of European space in the World.
With the historic success of its Chang’e-4 lunar mission, China opened a new chapter in lunar exploration and sent a clear declaration of intent about its long-term ambition to send astronauts back to the Moon. European countries, which will gather this year to agree on ESA’s future programmes, now need to carefully reflect on the consequences of Chinese lunar plans and define what role they want to play in the post-ISS space exploration context.
On occasion of the 56th session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, the European Space Policy Institute is organizing two evening events, on Wednesday 13 and on Tuesday 19 February 2019.
Primarily envisioned as a non-proliferation instrument, the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) aim to control the export of selected items as a mean to promote U.S. national security interests but also play an active role in U.S. economic diplomacy.
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