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Register Today For Our Space Cafè Italy by Dr. Emma Gatti – ep. 6 with ASI’s President Giorgio Saccoccia on 30 November 2022

This Space Café Italy will feature Giorgio Saccoccia , President of the Italian Space Agency (ASI), in conversation with Dr. Emma Gatti, host for Space Cafè Radio and Editor in Chief of SpaceWatch.Global.

The future of Italy’s Space Sector 

Our guest for the last episode of 2022, directly from the 2022 Ministerial and -hopefully-from the launch of Artemis I, will be the President of the Italian Space Agency, Mr. Giorgio Saccoccia.

It has been a very significant year for the Italian Space Sector, with many changes and important decisions, and certainly being just after the Ministerial we expect there will be a lot to discuss: which budget will Italy offer to ESA for the next coming years? Will Italy reaffirm its leading position within the EO sector? How will the EU Next Generation Funds be distributed? We will also talk about the launch of Artemis, the IRIDE constellation project, the new frontiers of the national space exploration industry  and much more. Don’t miss the opportunity to be able to interact with the President and ask him all your burning questions!

The appointment is for November the 30th at 6 p.m. Italian time. Participation is free but don’t forget to register on Eventbrite!

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with ASI’s President Giorgio Saccoccia.

This Space Café Italy will be conducted in Italian.

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

Reserve your place today.

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