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Register Today For Our Space Café The Netherlands by Chaira and Bano On 19 March 2021

This Space Café The Netherlands will feature Dr. Hilde Stenuit, seasoned researcher, and team leader for Space Applications Services, in conversation with Chiara Moenter, host of Space Cafe The Netherlands and co-founder “SDG18 – Space for All” and Bano Barzingi, student of Global Project and Change Management.

This event will take place on 19 March at 4:00 pm CET.

A Better Future for Space – We see an exponentially growing space industry, one which will change the world and improve our daily life. In order to create a future where we ensure continuous and sustainable use of outer space, it is important to instill a sense of wonder and understanding of our global oneness in this endeavor for the next generations. Hilde will explain more about her work at Space Application Services and the development of the research space access service ICE Cubes. It is highly important to look at what the business sector can contribute to space education and space sustainability. Together we will explore the work Hilde is doing and see how commercial services, and the business sector in general, can help to ensure a better future and inject the ‘Overview’ effect into our global society.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Dr. Hilde Stenuit.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Switzerland-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café The Netherlands will be conducted in English. Reserve your place today.

To register please click here

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