Kicking-off the festive season with EUSPA Open Days 2022!

Published: 
15 November 2022
EUSPA Open Days is a two-day, walk-through, immersive experience that will introduce visitors to the EU Space Programme as well the agency's mission.
EUSPA Open Days is a two-day, walk-through, immersive experience that will introduce visitors to the EU Space Programme as well the agency's mission.

This year we invite our guests to see, navigate and communicate with the help of the EU Space Programme.

Can we reverse climate change by looking in on earth from space? Are autonomous driving cars fact or fiction? Would we still be able to communicate if ground networks become unavailable? Well thanks to Galileo, Copernicus and GOVSATCOM everything is possible!

This year’s event will also shine a light on the importance of keeping our precious satellite infrastructure safe and secure as they orbit in outer space thanks to the Space Situational Awareness component of the EU Space Programme.

‘’EUSPA Open Days give anyone wanting to visit our Headquarters in Prague, Czech Republic, a better chance to understand the crucial role of EUSPA and the added value of the EU’s investment in space but also the positive impact that EU Space technologies have in our daily lives’’ says EUSPA Executive Director, Rodrigo da Costa.

What's in it for me?

  • An immersive Copernicus exhibition which will make your social media feed blow up
  • Fun learning opportunities for youngsters or adults wanting to experience childlike playfulness 
  • Exciting seminars, space workshop, competitions, and prizes
  • Discussions with EUSPA experts about career or space entrepreneurship opportunities 

Registrations for schools and universities are open as of today and will remain open until all available slots are filed. 

Stay tuned for more information and keep an eye on our EUSPA Open Days 2022 page.

We are looking forward to welcoming you onboard!

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Updated: Nov 15, 2022