Access to Space for All News

NEW! KiboCUBE awardee, Technical University of Moldova's TUMnanoSAT will be deployed on 12 August at 11:25CEST, watch here
NEW! New pre-recorded lectures have been released for KiboCUBE Academy Season 2, check them out,  read more  (8 Aug 2022)
NEW! PNST 2023 round is open! Register and apply by 9 January 2023 to study at Kyutech, read more (1 Aug 2022)
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Access to Space for All initiative for Sustainability: Interview Series Article #2 released, read more (28 Jul 2022)
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HyperGES 2nd announcement of opportunity webinar was held on 23rd June, watch the video here (24 Jun 2022)
NEW! Access to Space for All brochure is published, read it to get a full view of the initiative, download it (20 Jun 2022)
NEW! UNOOSA and ESA open the opportunity to conduct hypergravity experiments in ESA's centrifuge. read more (16 May 2022)

Hypergravity/Microgravity Track

The Hypergravity/Microgravity Track is designed with the end goal of developing the capacity of running various space experiments onboard the orbital vehicles or space stations.

 

Satellite Development Track

The Satellite Development Track is aiming at building the capacity to design, implement, verify, operate and decommission a satellite in a responsible and sustainable manner.

 

Space Exploration Track

The Space Exploration Track is designed to cover aspects related to space exploration beyond the geostationary orbit and provides opportunities, as building blocks, to that goal.

 

Partnerships

The partnership is a distinctive feature of the Initiative. The Access to Space for All Initiative is only possible thanks to partnerships with various public and private actors, who are contributing to the initiative in various manners. New contributions to the Initiative are possible and encouraged.
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Acknowledgement

For Member States

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Space technologies, data and applications are key enablers for development, in the same way access to internet is an enabler. The Access to Space for All initiative enables communities from all over the world to use and benefit from space technologies and applications thanks to the cooperation among established space actors, the United Nations and non or emerging space entities.
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Contribution to the SDGs

Access to Space for All is key in raising awareness about what space technology can do for the Sustainable Development Goals. Each application for an Access to Space for All hands-on opportunity requests the applicants to provide information on how their activity will support the Sustainable Development Goals. To date, UNOOSA has received applications that spanned over the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Examples of how Access to Space for All supports the Sustainable Development Goals are:

  • SDG 4 "Quality Education": Access to Space for All provides educational resources supporting the hands-on component.
  • SDG 8 "Decent Work and Economic Growth": Access to Space for All builds capacity for individuals to access jobs in the space industry.
  • SDG 9 "Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure": Thanks to some of the hands-on opportunities of Access to Space for All, institutions create facilities that remain available once the opportunity has been completed.

Access to Space for All Awardees

Access to Space for All is key in raising awareness about what space technology can do for the Sustainable Development Goals. Applicants are requested to provide information on how their activity will support the Sustainable Development Goals. Read their ideas on how space contributes to SDGs.

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Access to Space for All Brochure

Access to Space for All brochure brings you an overview of the initiative, the success stories, our partnerships, and various opportunities we are offering. Read our brochure to know more about the initiative.

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