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Register Today for our Space Café Italy by Dr. Emma Gatti – 5 April 2023

This Space Café Italy will feature Prof. Luigi Carrino, President of Distretto Tecnologico Aerospaziale della Campania, and Dr.ssa Mariella Pappalepore, the CFO of Planetek Italia, in conversation with Dr Emma Gatti, Editor- in-Chief and correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Italy. Southern Space - A view of the Italian Space industry in the southern regions

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Register Today for our Space Café Austria by Sabine Pongruber on 6 April 2023

How does the European Space Agency and the Worldbank join their forces to solve world´s biggest challenges? From Climate Resilience to Disaster Management, Clean Energy and Agriculture. This Space Café Austria will feature Christoph Aubrecht , Director of ESA´s Global Development Assistance, in conversation with Sabine Pongruber, Founder and CEO of WEME Global and a friend of SpaceWatch.Global.

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Register Today for Our Space Café Black Ops by Dr. Emma Gatti on 29 March 2023

In the third episode, Namrata and Emma will discuss the rise of the Chinese Space industry. From the projects for an independent Moon base to their progress in every sector of the space tech and military domain, China’s declared ambition is to become the strongest world power in 50 years from now, and space is one of their main tools to reach such a goal.

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Register Today for our Space Café Canada by Dr. Jessica West – on 24 March 2023 at 5pm CET

This Space Café Canada will feature Hira Nadeem , President and Co-Founder of Zenith Canada Pathways Foundation and a Space Systems Engineer on the SkySat Mission Operations Team at Planet, in conversation with Dr. Jessica West, Senior Researcher at Project Ploughshares and a friend of SpaceWatch.Global.

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Register Today for our Space Café ,,33minutes with Dr. Gilles Rabin” – 28 March 2023

"French-German Space - Of course, I still love you" The failure of Vega C and the delay of Ariane 6 put Europe and the Franco-German couple in front of their responsibilities. Do we accept being dependent on our best friend, the USA, for access to space? Do we renounce the ambition to remain in Europe, a great space power?

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Register Today for our Space Café ,,33 minutes with Maya Glickman-Pariente” on 14 March 2023

This Space Café WebTalk will feature Maya Glickman-Pariente - CEO, SPACECIALIST, Head of Space Operations, SAS Founder of “My space academy” - in conversation with Torsten Kriening, publisher of SpaceWatch.Global. "The next generation of space operation - do we really need humans in the loop?" As we dive deeper (or fly higher) into the era of satellite constellations, with dozens, and sometimes thousands of satellites operated simultaneously by privately owned companies, we see a wind of change in the SatOps business. This change is inevitable.

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Register Today for our Space Café Summit by Dr. Emma Gatti on International Women’s Day on 8 March 2023

International Women's Day 2023 - Space Café Summit - Women and Space: The view in 2023. On the 8th of March at 4 pm CET, on the occasion of International Women's Day, SpaceWatch.Global will hold a special Space Café summit fully dedicated to women in the space industry. Dr. Emma Gatti, SpaceWatch.Global's Editor-in-Chief, will interview Sumaya Al Hajeri, Technology Expert - UAE, Maya Glickman-Pariente, Spacecialist - Israel, Jennifer Manner, EchoStar - USA, Dr. Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, ORF - India, Jenni Tapio, ESA - Finland

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Register Today for our Space Café Israel by Meidad Pariente – 22nd February 2023

This Space Café Israel will feature Alice Miller - VP Space in Helios - in conversation with Meidad Pariente, correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Israel - From Earth to the Moon and back: spin-ups and spin-downs of beyond earth habitat - Alice, like many, wanted to become an astronaut. Becoming a pilot was the first step. Once she realized women could not become pilots in the Israeli Air Force, she petitioned the high court and won the case (1995). She did not become a pilot but opened the doors for hundreds and thousands of women.

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