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Top 12 companies selected in Global Space Markets Challenge [Sep/2021]
ESA’s Global Space Markets Challenge has reached its next phase. The competition’s Selection Committee has chosen the top 12 applicants.
Each applicant has been invited to deliver a five-minute pitch on their internationalisation plans...
Global Space Markets Challenge: Longlists announced [Aug/2021]
The Global Space Markets Challenge pre-selection committee has established two longlists for the competition’s upstream and downstream categories.
By 10 September, 12 finalists – six from each category – will be invited to pitch thei...
The Size & Health of the UK Space industry in 2019 [Aug/2021]
The United Kingdom’s Space Agency (UKSA) just published its regular
report “Size & Health of the Space industry” in May 2021, presenting
key figures on the UK space industry in 2018/19.In this report, UKSA
forecasted an estimated spac...
Copernicus Sentinel data supporting the pulp and paper industry in Portugal [Jun/2021]
The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) aims to
gather quantitative evidence that the usage of Copernicus Sentinel data
provides an effective and convenient support to various market
applications. Over 20 case studies have ...
Entrepreneurship and private investment trends in the European space sector in 2020 [Jun/2021]
In view of profound changes of the space activities’ landscape, the
European Space Policy Institute published its annual report “Space
Venture Europe” in May 2021, addressing the entrepreneurship and private
investment trends in Europe in...
Global Space Markets Challenge Competition [Jun/2021]
The Global Space Markets Challenge is a new competition launched by ESA
with the operational and technical support of EURISY, a European
non-profit association of over 15 national space agencies and other
organisations involved in space activit...
Metalysis–ESA Grand Challenge: team Malt wins first phase [May/2021]
Metalysis and ESA announce team Malt as winner of the first phase of the
Grand Challenge to develop innovative techniques for future lunar
settlements."ESA’s Grand Challenge fosters New Space initiatives in
Europe and this brings us into cont...
OECD’s approach to space sustainability and the economics of space debris in perspective [May/2021]
In the context of increasing space activities, addressing space debris
is becoming more important. In April 2020, the OECD Space Forum provided
an economic analysis of the issue of space debris by reviewing the most
relevant socio-economic impa...
China’s Space Sector: Commercialisation with Chinese Characteristics [Apr/2021]
In April 2021, Blaine Curcio, Founder of Orbital Gateway Consulting,
Senior Affiliate Consultant at Euroconsult and Author of Euroconsult
China Space Industry Report, presented “Private Investment in the
Chinese Space Sector” to ESA.The Chi...
Space Architecture: Economic impacts, future developments and industrial perspectives of innovative construction techniques for the creation of habitats for the Moon and Mars [Apr/2021]
WATCH THE EVENT BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK(The event starts at 16.00 (CET) on April 23rd) On Friday 23rd April, ESA_Lab @ Poliba is organising an online seminar focused on the economic impacts and industrial perspectives of the innovative construc...
ESA_Lab@UCLan: Assessing the public value of ESA programmes [Apr/2021]
As the world is confronted with challenges from a triple crisis
(health, economic and climate), the past years of progress to reduce
social inequality and improve global cooperation are threatened. Now,
more than ever, international organisatio...
Call for participants: OECD's initiative on the value and sustainability of space-based infrastructure [Mar/2021]
The OECD Space Forum is undertaking in 2021 a ground-breaking project to
examine the value and sustainability of space-based infrastructure with
11 space agencies / administrations. To that end, OECD is inviting
selected universities and resear...
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