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Space Café Brazil by Ian Grosner in conversation with Bruno Sarli

This Space Café Brazil will feature Bruno Sarli a Brazilian Aerospace Engineer, in conversation with Ian Grosner, Correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Brazil.

A Brazilian Aerospace Engineer working at NASA.

Bruno Sarli is a PhD Aerospace Engineer with 13 years of experience, most recently focused on space flight dynamics for the past seven years. After graduating in Aeronautics in Brazil and Space Engineering in Europe, he moved to Japan where he obtained a PhD in Engineering while working for ISAS/JAXA as a researcher. In 2016, Bruno joined NASA Goddard Space Flight Center where he focused on mission design and planetary defense. Bruno worked in mission design and system analysis for four Japanese missions, NASA DART and MAVEN missions, and the Mars Sample Return (MSR) Campaign.

He served as the lead flight dynamics engineer for the Venus Flagship Mission, Geochronology mission, and Venus Equatorial Merged Concept, as well as provided flight dynamics support for the Lunar Geophysical Network, Centaur Orbiter and Lander planetary decadal studies.

Bruno is currently a phase lead in the Capture, Containment and Return System (CCRS) for NASA Mars Sample Return.

The conversation will include careers in the space sector, in Brazil and internationally, space missions, planetary defense and other topics.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Bruno Sarli.

This Space Café Brazil will be conducted in Portuguese and will take place on Wednesday, December 7 at 10 am (BRT) / 2 pm (CET).

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

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