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The Space Cafe Podcast #039: Andrew Williams and an idea for tackling the constellation issue

Andrew Williams; Credits: ESO/M.Zamani

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present the 39th episode in our podcast series The Space Cafe Podcast: Andrew Williams and an idea for tackling the constellation issue

Episode 039 features a special guest Andrew Williams.

Andy Williams may have an interesting idea about how to deal with the growing issue of satellite constellations. Andy is ESO (European Southern Observatory)’s External Relations Officer and supports ESO’s relations with the Member States, prospective members, and intergovernmental organisations including the UN and the European Union.

The Space Cafe Podcast brings our signature brand of engaging and relevant content from across the global space economy to you via an exciting new format. Together with award-winning Executive Producer, Markus Mooslechner (Terra Mater Factual Studios), our fortnightly podcast features highly interesting guests.

Each episode includes a review of important topics, as well as guest appearances and deep commentary from expert panellists from across the space sector.

Thanks to our global distribution partner, BookWire, the podcast is available on all major podcast platforms.

 

 

 

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A person’s welcoming silhouette is outlined against one of the Auxiliary Telescopes (ATs) at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in the Atacama Desert of Chile, Credit: Gideon Yoffe/ESO

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