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Register Today for the next Space Café Black Ops by Dr Emma Gatti on 31 May 2023

This Space Café Black Ops will feature Namrata Goswami , an independent scholar on space policy and Great Power Politics, in conversation with Dr. Emma Gatti, Space Analyst and Broadcaster and correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Italy. Ep. 4: Russia and Japan: Capable partners in differing space orders

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IDDK Partners SSTL for Space Biological Experiments

IDDK Co., Ltd has announced a strategic partnership with Singapore Space & Technology Ltd. (SSTL) to advocate the use of the space environment for biological experiments. This initiative is one of the pivotal first steps in developing Singapore’s Space Life Science sector, which will set the stage for building new knowledge and capabilities. As a result, it will foster the next generation of space science researchers as well as international collaborations.

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MSRO and UNICEF to Empower Youth to Take Climate Action

The Maldives Space Research Organisation (MSRO) is working together with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to empower young people to take climate action. Within the collaboration, Maldivian young professionals and students received the opportunity to attend the Maldives’ first space conference, the Space for Island Nations Conference (SINC), which took place from 2-4 May at Crossroads Maldives.

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Warpspace Partners EO Satellite Operator LatConnect60

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Warpspace has signed a strategic partnership agreement with LatConnect 60 Ltd. to create a mechanism to monitor carbon emissions from space efficiently and in very high resolution. LatConnect 60 Ltd. is developing a constellation of satellites to measure carbon emission concentrations from space, with the sensitivity to pick up emission flow rates as low as 50kg/hr and higher. Consequently, the first satellite will tentatively launch into low Earth orbit in the second half of 2025.

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SINC 2023 – Timmermans outlook to GLOC 2023 in Oslo

The two areas in the world most noticeably impacted by climate change are the Arctic and the Tropics. These regions represent the theme 'Fire and Ice' of the Global Conference on Space for Climate Change #GLOC2023, in Oslo, Norway, from 23-25 May! During the #SINC2023 conference at the Maldives will see how space can contribute to monitoring the issues and pinpointing possible solutions for climate change. Remco Timmermans explains the theme of the conference, starting with Fire and finishing with Ice. #WaitForIt All info about this conference, hosted by the Norwegian Space Agency and IAFastro: gloc2023.org

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