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Register Today for our Space Café – Live in Vienna – with Dr. Emma Gatti and Torsten Kriening – on 11h December 2023

Join us at our Space Café – Live in Vienna – with Dr. Emma Gatti and Torsten Kriening – on the day before the World Space Forum at UNOOSA.

SPACE 2023 – a place to be or regulators’ nightmare and operators’ hell?

Join us for an enlightening roundtable discussion at the Space Café, where leading experts, operators, and policymakers will converge to explore the vast complexities and thrilling possibilities of the future of space, moderated by Dr. Emma Gatti, Editor in Chief and Torsten Kriening, Publisher at SpaceWatch.Global.

Stay updated for our guests to be announced!

Key Discussion Points:

  • Regulatory Frameworks: Crafting effective policies for sustainable space exploration and commercialization.
  • Operational Challenges: Addressing the logistics of an increasingly crowded orbital regime.
  • Future Visions: Imagining the next steps in humanity’s cosmic journey.

This is a unique opportunity to engage in critical conversations, network with industry leaders, and shape the narrative of our space-bound future.

RSVP asap to secure your spot in this stellar event. Whether you’re a seasoned space professional or an enthusiastic newcomer, your voice and perspective are invaluable.

🌟 Join us as we reach for the stars and beyond!

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with our guests.

This Space Café live will be conducted in English.

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

IMPORTANT note: This event is a live, in-person event and will be broadcasted on SpaceWatch.Global homepage and Youtube!

Reserve your in-person spot now!

To register, please click here.

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