Basic Space Technology Initiative Events and Activities

International Symposiums on Basic Space Technology Development

Since 2012, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs has been organizing International Symposiums on Basic Space Technology Development in the regions that correspond to the United Nations Economic Commissions for Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Western Asia. These symposiums are organized as a follow up to the series of three  UN/Austria/ESA Symposiums on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development, held in Graz, Austria from 2009 to 2011.

Upcoming event: 2018

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United Nations/Brazil Symposium on Basic Space Technology 
"Creating Novel Opportunities with Small Satellite Space Missions"

11-14 September 2018   
Natal, Brazil 

  2017

UN/South Africa Symposium thumb   United Nations/South Africa Symposium on Basic Space Technology

11-15 December 2017    
Stellenbosch, South Africa

Report A/AC.105/.../CRP.9

2014

UN/Mexico Symposium Group Picture thumbUnited Nations/Mexico Symposium on Basic Space Technology
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20-24 October 2014  
Ensenada, Mexico

Report A/AC.105/1086

 2013

UN/UAE group picture thumbUnited Nations/United Arab Emirates Symposium on Basic Space Technology

20-23 October 2013  
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Report A/AC.105/1052

 2012

UN/Japan group picture thumbUnited Nations/Japan Nano-Satellite Symposium 
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10-13 October 2012  
Nagoya, Japan
Report A/AC.105/1032

Previous series of events

UN/Austria/ESA Symposiums on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development

From 2009 to 2011 the Office for Outer Space Affairs held a series of three United Nations/Austria/ESA Symposiums on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development. One objective of these Symposiums was to prepare and review the work programme of the Basis Space Technology Initiative. For further information please consult the individual Symposium webpages and the Symposium reports:

These three symposiums form part of the  United Nations/Austria/European Space Agency Series of Symposiums.

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