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Space Café Radio – on tour in Prague – with Pascal Faucher

Pascal Faucher; photo courtesy of LinkedIn.

In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Dr. Pascal Faucher, during the 6th Space Security Conference, held in Prague between the 19th and the 22nd of June 2022. Dr. Pascal Faucher is the Chairman of the European Union Consortium of Member States on Space Surveillance and Tracking since July 2017, previously acting as a French delegate to the Steering Committee and the Security Committee.

In this episode, Pascal discusses the current state of the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking ConsortiumThe EU SST deals with the growing complexity of the orbital environment around Earth and the risks to space-based assets due to the growing threat of orbital debris.

The conference is organized by PSSI, the Prague Security Studies Institute, and is part of a series of high-level international Space Security conferences designed to advance decision-making within the security domain among allies. This is an unclassified gathering of military allies and national security experts and it’s very unique in its style and content, because it openly discusses about security issues related to the current geopolitical climate with people directly involved with dealing with security issues, thus creating an ideal set-up for dialogue and ideas exchange.

Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at [email protected]!

 

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