Stakeholders from around Europe and the world gathered online on 7-12 December to attend the 2020 European Space Week. Despite the constraints put in place by the Coronavirus pandemic, the event was a great success, with over 3000 participants involved in the discussions, plenaries, consultation platforms and award ceremonies that took place during the week.

The first online edition of EUSW provided an occasion for members of the global space community to come together to celebrate the achievements of the European Space Programme. It was an occasion to hear from users about their needs and requirements, to discuss the strategic direction of EUSpace, and how to ensure that the programme continues to provide the services needed to meet Europe’s strategic priorities.

In total, there were around 100 speakers, who took part in 14 sessions spread across the week.

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Why attend?

Connect with more than 1200 attendees from across Europe and beyond
Learn about the latest status of Galileo, Copernicus and EGNOS
Discuss with industry leaders, space stakeholders and policy makers
Discover the latest applications on Earth observation and satellite navigation