It is with deep sadness that we were informed that Per Tegner passed away last week.
Beside all his major contributions to the fostering of the European space sector, he has been a strong and permanent support to ESPI, actively participating until last month in our Advisory Council.
But above all, we lost a friend and we will cherish his remembering.
Since 2009, ESPI supports the rotatory Presidency of the EISC in the organisation of the spring Workshop and autumn Plenary Session. This year, ESPI Resident Fellow Matteo Tugnoli, in charge of the EISC international secretariat, participated to the XX EISC Workshop which took place from 14 to 15 May in several locations in Belgium.
The European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), the European Centre for Space Law (ECSL), and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) invite students and young professionals worldwide to submit a paper on “Legal aspects around satellite constellations".
The commercialisation of products and resources in space, including from space mining, is emerging from the realm of science fiction to become seriously considered as a profitable activity. Multiple commercial initiatives are now in development, and it is only a matter of time before these activities succeed, more join in, and a stable industry starts to develop. But how will this industry be regulated? And what evolutions might occur in international law related to it?
On May 8th, ESPI coordinator of studies Sebastien Moranta participated in the symposium on the Hague Code of Conduct organized by the Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS) and UNIDIR under the umbrella of the European Union.
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