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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: We say thank you to the women in the space industry

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Berlin, Paris – 8 March 2021. – Today is International Women’s Day, and, as SpaceWatchers, we use this opportunity to say thank you to all the wonderful women we have the privilege to work with.

SpaceWatch.Global is based and built on passion, professionalism and personality, and we are glad and proud to say that we found a lot of it over the years in our community. We want to greet today those who successfully moved on – Helen, Anna, Adriana, Ksenia, Nathalie, Maruska, Melissa – and say thank you that they joined us on our journey. And we would like to say thank you to those whom we are grateful to work with today – Yvette, Melanie, Mia, Tiziana, Rika, Elina, Margaryta, Chiara, Bano, Valerie and Kristina.

With there help, the entire team of SpaceWatch.Global is committed to continue working for balanced and unbiased information about space. Being inclusive and open is in our genes.

THANK YOU!

Sincerely,
Torsten (Publisher) & Markus (Editor-in-Chief)

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