Space Calendar for October 2023: Key Space Conferences in the UK and Europe10th Oct 2023
Space exploration has become a focal point of scientific and technological advancement as we venture further into the cosmos. October 2023 is set to be exciting for space enthusiasts and professionals alike, with a series of space conferences scheduled across the United Kingdom and Europe. These events offer a platform for experts, researchers, and enthusiasts to come together, exchange knowledge, and delve into the mysteries of the universe.
Let’s dive into the upcoming space conferences that will ignite your curiosity and expand your understanding of the cosmos.
When: 9-10 October
Want to discover everything that’s going on internationally in the rapidly expanding Space-based Solar Power (SBSP) field? Interested to hear perspectives on SBSP from the energy and space sectors, government, private actors, and investors? Then, the conference online on October 9-10, from 09:30 CEST (08:30 BST), to meet and hear from international experts in the field and to discuss and learn about the vital role that Energy from Space could play in mitigating the climate crisis and contributing to a clean energy-rich world.
When: 11-13 October
Where: Liverpool, UK
It is a conference and exhibition dedicated to advancing humanity’s future capabilities in space and highlights the trends that will define space enterprise a decade from now.
Each year, the conference brings together a network of innovators from industry, agency, government, financiers, academia and end users to present and discuss the key challenges and opportunities for future space leadership and growth. This year’s conference theme is “The Evolving Architecture of NewSpace.” It will focus on the key benefits and emerging issues presented by the increasing use of space in the coming decades.
When: 24-25 October
Where: Vienna, Austria
The Autumn Conference is one of the annual highlights of ESPI’s calendar, offering a platform for European and international stakeholders to convene and hold informed and in-depth space-related discussions that reach beyond headlines. This year’s discussions will focus on “European Space Governance in a Transforming World,” acknowledging that space and non-space activities’ global scope and nature are profoundly changing. Hosted at the Urania Observatory in Vienna, this two-day event will comprise three-panel sessions and a high-level debate. As the 17th Autumn Conference, this is one of the key space conferences on the calendar.