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Final frontier, final hide-and-seek: Developing capacities for outer space monitoring and operations

Friday 12 november 2021 10:00 - 10:45
Developing Space Situational Awareness (SSA) capacities and in-orbit service technologies is essential to efficiently act for a more sustainable Earth orbital environment. Ensuring the long-term sustainability of outer space is only possible by equitably developing space monitoring capacities and sustainable in-orbit operations devices worldwide. This session will showcase concrete examples of multistakeholder cooperation that are already paving the way for a more balanced development of leading-edge space capacities.
Stage C
Better governing the global commons: climate, biodiversity, oceans, outer space

Speakers (5)

Marc Becker
Co-Chair

European Space Surveillance and Tracking (EUSST)

Kazuto Suzuki
Professor

The University of Tokyo - Science, Technology And Innovation Governance Program

Romain Lucken
Co-Founder and CTO

Share My Space

Kumar Singarajah
Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs (UK and Europe)

Astroscale

pakorn
Pakorn Apaphant
Executive Director

Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)

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