The seminar will provide a platform to foster ongoing collaboration between North America and Norway.
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Washington, D.C. and the Norwegian Space Agency (NOSA), in partnership with the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University, are excited to present the space seminar: Transatlantic Cooperation on Space Technology and Policy in the Arctic.
Norway and the United States share a long history of collaboration in the field of space exploration, and space activities. Engaging in scientific activities, such as launching sounding rockets from Andøya and providing operational satellite services in the Arctic, showcases effective collaboration.
This space seminar will provide a platform to foster ongoing collaboration between North America and Norway with a focus on various space-related endeavors. The seminar aims to explore new avenues for cooperation, bringing together key stakeholders, including science institutes, space agencies, state departments, policy makers, armed forces, and industry leaders.
The three-day event seeks to raise awareness among both the Norwegian and US authorities about the ongoing transatlantic collaboration in the field of space, as well as common interests and areas where collaboration can be further developed.
Furthermore, the seminar is an opportunity for mutual networking among the Norwegian and the North American space sector for future collaboration on space science, sounding rockets, the International Space Station, and the exploration of the Moon and Mars.
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