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Lunar exploration boost space exploration funding

Euroconsult has published the fourth edition of its 'Prospects for Space Exploration' market intelligence report. The market report positions lunar exploration as the catalyst behind an unprecedented surge in the space exploration sector. This consequently led to a global Government investment rise to an impressive $26 billion during 2023.  Ambitious lunar missions will potentially also boost investment to nearly $33 billion by 2032, a growth trajectory which underscores lunar exploration's pivotal role in shaping the future of space exploration. 

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: Give the next generation a voice – SGAC SEPG Group

Space Exploration is an ever growing field full of excitement and challenges never faced before by the human race. In the past with Artemis, Space-X, Mars exploration, solar-robot exploration, the James Webb telescope we have had a great legacy in space exploration. However, it is time for the younger generation to continue developing these innovations and projects.

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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)

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.

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UKSA Announces Funding for Eight Projects on Mars Day

The UK Space Agency (UKSA) has announced £1.6 million in funding for eight projects through its Enabling Space Exploration fund on Mars Day. The Agency's goal is to invest in projects that could revolutionize the human ability to journey deeper into space safely and efficiently, using remote technologies and supplies found in space to sustain astronauts and spacecraft. 

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Space Café Radio – on tour in London – with Neil deGrasse Tyson

In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Editor in Chief and Space Café Italy host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with American astrophysicist, author and space communication legend Neil deGrasse Tyson. Emma met Neil during the 4th Secure World Foundation Summit for Space Sustainability, held in London on the 22nd and 23rd of June 2022, just before of the launch of his new book Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization.  Together, they discussed his vision, his hopes for the future of humanity in Space, and about letting Kubrick down.

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: What is the real annually generated revenue of the space industry? PART 2

The global space economy has been estimated to reach 1 trillion USD of revenues by 2040 (Morgan Stanley, UBS), but such numbers have been generated starting from a 2016 baseline of 340 billion USD for the Satellite Industry only and adding all the other marginal sectors in an unclear fashion.

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: ISU SSP22 Special – Team Project – Space-Ocean-Climate Interactions

The Ocean is the birthplace of our species and essential to our survival. It is responsible for producing approximately one third of oxygen on Earth and allows the regulation of Earth’s climate. The oceans are also an important source of food and 10% of world’s population depend on it. Since the advent of space in 1958 humans have learned to use satellites to observe our planet.

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