Yesterday, June 11th 2019, the General Assembly of Eurospace has renewed its trust in Jean-Loic Galle to lead the association for the next three years. The Eurospace Council was also renewed, welcoming new members. Find here the current status of Eurospace Council and Members list.
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Key European space manufacturing industry facts in 2018 Final sales worth 8.48 B€ (-3%) Direct industry employment 43 454FTE (+1,45%). Women represent an average 22 % of industry employment, with a qualification structure similar to men. After an unprecedented long series of growing sales, the European space sector is facing a slowdown in 2018, as […]
Eurospace and Giuseppe Morsillo have amicably agreed to put an end to the collaboration of the latter as Secretary General of the association (effective the 7 of May 2019). Eurospace is pleased to thank Giuseppe Morsillo for his professional contribution to the activities of the association along his three years of service. Giuseppe Morsillo is […]
Strengthening the European space sector through an ambitious industrial policy
Eurospace president – Jean-Loïc GALLE – draws the balance of the very fruitful terms for the EU space policy. Video.
The EU is establishing its future space policy programme for the years 2021-2027. EU ambassadors meeting in Coreper on 19 December agreed on the Council’s position on the draft regulation on an EU space programme. The Commission proposal suggests an overall budget for the programme of €16 billion in current prices for the period 2021-2027 […]
Eurospace has recently contributed to the European Commission’s public consultation addressing the interface between chemical, product and waste legislation (here). The consultation is part of the Commission’s activities to promote a more Circular Economy in EU. The European Space Sector is fully committed and has been working since the adoption of the EU chemicals legislation […]
The US has recently made known its increased ambition to dominate space. For many years US institutional space budgets have been 6 to 7 times higher than European budgets. The policy of increased US ambition now represents a further strong challenge to European competitiveness and freedom to act in space. Space capabilities are critically important […]
October 10th, 2018 Yesterday at ESTEC, Noordwijk, the European Space Agency has hosted the sixth edition of the High-Level Forum with Industry, at the presence of high-level representatives of the European space institutional and industrial communities. Jan Woerner, ESA DG, underlined the substantial evolution expected to occur in the various fields of space activity and […]
ESA announces the Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days (SETFPDs) which will take place on 13th and 14th November 2018. The venue will be the ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. The Space Engineering and Technology FPDs is an event oriented to European Industries, Academies and ESA technical experts, to present their achievements in developing advanced […]
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