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The Space Café Podcast #76: Niklas Hedman, UNOOSA: Exploring the Intersection of Space Industry and International Diplomacy (with a surprising twist)

Niklas Hedman; Photo courtesy of him

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Café Podcast #76: Niklas Hedman, UNOOSA: Exploring the Intersection of Space Industry and International Diplomacy (with a surprising twist)

Episode 076 features a special guest: Niklas Hedman

In episode 76 of the Space Cafe Podcast, host Markus Mooslechner interviews Niklas Hedman, the acting director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), about the challenges and opportunities of space exploration. They discuss topics such as international cooperation, space debris, and the potential benefits of space exploration for sustainable development.

Key Notions:

International cooperation is essential for the success of space exploration.

Space debris poses a serious threat to current and future space missions.

Space exploration has the potential to bring significant benefits to sustainable development on Earth.

Memorable Quotes:

“Space exploration is not a zero-sum game.” – Niklas Hedman

“We cannot close our eyes for the problems that we are facing.” – Niklas Hedman

“We are all in the same boat when it comes to space.” – Niklas Hedman

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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 guests that matter.

Each episode includes a review of important topics, as well as guest appearances and deep commentary from expert panelists 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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