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In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Carine Claeys, during the 6th Space Security Conference, held in Prague between the 19th and the 22nd of June 2022. Dr. Carine Clayes is the EU Special Envoy for Space in the European External Action Service (EEAS).In this episode, Carine talks about her position as an Envoy for Space at the EEAS, and she dives into detail about the purpose of the EEAS and the challenges they are facing.   Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - Space Café Radio - on tour in Prague - here:Space Café Radio – on tour in Prague - with Joe DoddSpace Café Radio - on tour in Prague - with Pascal Faucher
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and Space Cafè Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Prof. Richard Linares, Rockwell International Career Development Professor and Associate Professor at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics of MIT (MA - USA), and Prof. Akhil Rao, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Middlebury College (VT - USA), Emma met Richard and Akhil during the 4th Secure World Foundation Summit for Space Sustainability, held in London on the 22 and 23 of June 2022.  together, they discussed about an economical and technological perspective on debris issues and traffic management. Building on the complementary expertise of Akhil (an economist) and of Richard ( a physicist) this talk merges  an economical perspective with a solid technological analysis. Here some highlights of the interview:[00:01:35] Two ways to define orbital capacity[00:02:30] What is worth to put in orbit?[00:03:25] Slot allocation and Competitive behaviours [00:04:23] Which parameters can be used to help policy makers to regulate orbital capacity? [00:06:16] Who is gonna have the right to use Space?[00:07:53] Is Zoning a good idea? [00:11:20] FCC Filing and the "cartoon level" description[00:12:04] How much does it cost to put a satellite in a particular location? We don't know.[00:13:43] Can we avoid the Kessler syndrome? Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Event coordinator and Space Café Young Global Talents Host Chiara Moenter spoke with Dr. Niamh Shaw, Irish award-winning communicator, writer and explorer of space activities, in the first week of the Space Studies Program (SSP22) of the International Space University (ISU).The SSP is a unique and intense two-month professional development course for postgraduate students and professionals of all disciplines. The programme covers the principal space related fields, such as policy and law, business and management and humanities to life sciences, engineering, physical sciences, and space applications. Each year the SSP is held in a different location and this year the SSP is held in Oeiras, Portugal with the host institutions being Portugal Space and Técnico Lisboa.In this episode, Niamh Shaw talks with us about what needs to change in the way we communicate space, advice for new space communicators, the importance of space education, and her upcoming projects.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - ISU SSP2022 Special in Oeiras, Portugal - here (more to come):Space Café Radio – ISU SSP2022 Special in Oeiras, Portugal - with Hugo André CostaSpace Café Radio – ISU SSP2022 Special in Oeiras, Portugal - with Dr. James (Jim) Green
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and Space Café Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Dr. Jason Forshaw, Head of Future Business for Europe at Astroscale, during the 4th Secure World Foundation Summit for Space Sustainability, held in London between the 21 and the 23rd of June 2022. Jason and Emma explored the peculiar moment we are living in for the space sector , and discussed about UK policy, the need for regulations and how Astroscale is aligning itself to the needs of the debris market.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Event coordinator and Space Café Young Global Talents Host Chiara Moenter spoke with Dr. James (Jim) Green, scientist and senior advisor in the Office of the Chief Scientist at NASA, in the first week of the Space Studies Program (SSP22) of the International Space University (ISU).The SSP is a unique and intense two-month professional development course for postgraduate students and professionals of all disciplines. The programme covers the principal space-related fields, such as policy and law, business and management and humanities to life sciences, engineering, physical sciences, and space applications. Each year the SSP is held in a different location and this year the SSP is held in Oeiras, Portugal with the host institutions being Portugal Space and Técnico Lisboa.In this episode, James Green talks with us about what it is like to be the chief scientist at NASA, the project he is most proud of in his career, his goal with the SSP22, how to communicate space and science – and the role that movies can play with this, and most significantly the importance of gravity assist!Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - ISU SSP2022 Special in Oeiras, Portugal - here (more to come):Space Café Radio – ISU SSP2022 Special in Oeiras, Portugal - with Hugo André Costa
Episode 1 - Update on Russia’s and China’s Space ForcesThe Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI), has the pleasure to present Space Cafè Radio - PSSI Space Security Mini-Series, a radio series focused on allied preparedness to face the rapidly changing space domain. PSSI is a non-profit non-governmental public policy organisation founded in 2002 and based in Prague. In space, PSSI puts emphasis on emerging threats and available policy solutions. All the interviews in the PSSI Space Security Mini-Series were conducted during the 6th PSSI Space Security Conference, held in Prague, at the Czernin Palace, the headquarters of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from the 19th to the 21st of June 2022. The conference is part of the PSSI’s well-established series of high-level trilateral space security conferences, where for trilateral we mean Europe, US, and Japan. The conference series, launched in 2011, is designed to advance decision-making within the security domain among allies. They represent one of the highest level of unclassified gathering of military allies, national security experts and senior industry representatives.In this first episode Senior Editor Dr. Emma Gatti interviewed John Huth, the Defense Intelligence Officer for Space and Counter Space, Defense Intelligence Agency of the United States of America. John discussed the recent advancement in space defense capabilities by China and Russia. Are these nations becoming a tangible space threat? Is the Artemis Program at program at risk? This and much more in this rich conversation with one of the top level representative of the country space defense in the US.Chapter:0:00 Space Café Radio - PSSI Special - with John Huth2:16 The 2022 Defence Intelligence Agency Security in Space Report: what's new?3:16 China, Russia, North Korea: where do we stand at?4:56 A re-organization of Russia and China forces5:48 An alliance made out of convenience?6:22 LRS vs. Artemis7:19 China's Commercial Space capabilitiesIf you want to keep the pulse of the space industry, please visit our website at SpaceWatch.Global and subscribe to our newsletters. And of course, don't forget to become a Space Watcher!
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and Space Café Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Dr. Philip Metzger, planetary scientist at the University of Central Florida. In 2021 he was selected as the Kennedy Space Center’s NASA Scientist/Engineer of the Year for research into the blast effects of lunar landings. In 2021, the International Astronautical Union named Asteroid 36329 Philmetzger after him for his efforts to preserve the Apollo sites on the Moon.In this episode Philip discusses how humanity can use and preserve the moon. He covers how both a human and robotic presence is essential for moon resource extraction and economic activity on the moon. He even suggests that humanity is 10 years away from bringing moon resources to Earth's orbit to use as propellant.Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in London - here (more to come):Space Café Radio – on tour in London - with Farzana BaduelSpace Café Radio - on tour in London - with Temi Shogelola
In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Severin Meister, CEO of Rivada Space Networks about their ambitions and plans. We spoke with Severin during this year's ILA Berlin which is the largest aerospace trade show in Germany which took place this year June 22 - 26.Rivada Space Networks GmbH is a disruptive new company set to establish and operate the first truly global low latency point-to-point connectivity network of LEO satellites. By connecting its satellites with lasers, Rivada Space Networks will provide resellers and B2B customers with the ability to securely connect any two points on the globe with low latency and high bandwidth. The constellation of 600 low-earth-orbit communications satellites will represent a fundamental change in the availability of secure, global, end-to-end enterprise-grade connectivity for Telecom, Enterprise, Maritime, Energy and Government Services markets.Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find the other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - ILA 2022 Special - here (more to come):Space Café Radio - ILA Special - with Lukasz Wilczynski
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Kerry Timmons, Systems Engineering Manager on the Orion program at Lockheed Martin.In this episode, Kerry discusses the Orion spacecraft that will take astronauts to the moon and back to Earth. Kerry sheds light on the technical details of the Orion spacecraft and the technology that will take humanity back to the moon.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find the other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series about Artemis 1 here:Space Café Radio - Artemis I Episode I - with Jeremy ParsonsSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode II - with Elkin NorenaSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode III - with Nico DettmannSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode IV - with Kerry Timmons
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Event coordinator and Space Café Young Global Talents Host Chiara Moenter spoke with Craig Donlon, principal scientist for oceans and ice at the European Space Agency (ESA), at the Living Planet Symposium in Bonn. This symposium is the world’s largest Earth Observation conference.In this episode, Craig Donlon talks with us about what makes the oceans so important, what Earth observation can do in this field, what the future holds, and explains that the next best place to find an alien to look in the deep blue unknown!Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in Bonn at LTS - here:Space Café Radio - on tour in Bonn - with Robert MeisnerSpace Café Radio – on tour in Bonn - with Simonetta Cheli
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Nico Dettmann, Group Leader for Lunar Exploration Development Projects at the European Space Research and Technology Center in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. In this episode, Nico discusses ESA's involvement in the Artemis program. Specifically, Nico discusses the Service Module, which he refers to as "the power-house" of the mission. The Service Module is an extremely important part of the Artemis Program that will help propel the Orion capsule to the moon, bring it back to Earth, and so much more! Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find the other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series about Artemis 1 here:Space Café Radio - Artemis I Episode I - with Jeremy ParsonsSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode II - with Elkin NorenaSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode III - with Nico DettmannSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode IV - with Kerry Timmons
In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Lukasz Wilczynski, the founder and organizer of the European Rover Challenge and CEO of PR & Communications Agency for Poland/CEE of Planet Partners. We spoke with Lukasz during this year's ILA Berlin which is the largest aerospace trade show in Germany which took place this year June 22 - 26.In this episode, we discuss the European Rover Challenge, its history, its challenges, the future, and about this year's program. This event will take place in Poland, September 9 -11.The European Rover Challenge takes place in Poland on-site and remotely! It consists of two parts: the Challenge Zone and the Inspiration Zone. The Challenge Zone is a competition between autonomous rovers allowing students to showcase their skills and creativity. Students design rovers that attempt to complete a mission that were executed by agencies like NASA or the European Space Agency on a make-shift martian surface. The winner of the event is chosen by the team whose software is best prepared to complete the mission and the team who responds effectively to critical situation. Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Elkin Norena, SLS resident manager at the NASA Kennedy Space Center, about the SLS, the rocket that will take humanity back to the moon and to Mars.In this episode, Elkin discusses the Artemis 1 mission and what the agency hopes to learn from this first launch of the SLS rocket. Elkin discusses technical details of the launcher from the engines to the Orion capsule, painting a picture of this enormous and complex rocket.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find the other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series about Artemis 1 here:Space Café Radio - Artemis I Episode I - with Jeremy ParsonsSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode II - with Elkin NorenaSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode III - with Nico DettmannSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode IV - with Kerry Timmons
In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Dr. Pascal Faucher, during the 6th Space Security Conference, held in Prague between the 19th and the 22nd of June 2022. Dr. Pascal Faucher is the Chairman of the European Union Consortium of Member States on Space Surveillance and Tracking since July 2017, previously acting as a French delegate to the Steering Committee and the Security Committee.In this episode, Pascal discusses the current state of the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking Consortium. The EU SST deals with the growing complexity of the orbital environment around Earth and the risks to space-based assets due to the growing threat of orbital debris. The conference is organized by PSSI, the Prague Security Studies Institute, and is part of a series of high-level international Space Security conferences designed to advance decision-making within the security domain among allies. This is an unclassified gathering of military allies and national security experts and it's very unique in its style and content, because it openly discusses about security issues related to the current geopolitical climate with people directly involved with dealing with security issues, thus creating an ideal set-up for dialogue and ideas exchange.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - Space Café Radio - on tour in Prague - here:Space Café Radio – on tour in Prague - with Joe Dodd
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Jeremy Parsons, Deputy Manager for the Exploration Ground System Program at NASA Kennedy Space Center.In this first episode of the Artemis 1 series, Jeremy Parsons discusses his role in the NASA Artemis program that will take humanity back to the moon and eventually to Mars. Parsons discusses the motivation and science involved in going to the moon and Mars, as well as what this program means to him and the Artemis generation.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find the other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series about Artemis 1 here:Space Café Radio - Artemis I Episode I - with Jeremy ParsonsSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode II - with Elkin NorenaSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode III - with Nico DettmannSpace Café Radio - Artemis I Episode IV - with Kerry Timmons
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Temi Shogelola, Space Sustainability Lead at the UK Space Agency, at the 4th Secure World Foundation Summit in London on June 22-23.At the summit, Temi gives her perspective and opinion on the needs of the space domain to implement policies to further space sustainability. Policies such as tracking debris, in-space traffic management, collaboration, and investment.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!This episode is part of a joint collaboration between SpaceWatch.Global and Secure World Foundation, focused on creating a new communication language, strategies, and outreach environment for the Space domain at large. For more information about this initiative and the goals of the Space Communication Project please contact Krystal Azelton (kazelton@swfound.org) of Secure World Foundation or Emma Gatti (e.gatti@spacewatch.global).You can find other episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in London - here (more to come):Space Café Radio – on tour in London - with Farzana BaduelSpace Cafè Radio - on tour in London - with Dr. Philip Metzger
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Senior Editor and SpaceCafé Italy Host Dr. Emma Gatti spoke with Farzana Baduel the CEO of Curzon PR, a London-based PR firm focused on public relations and marketing communications consultancy, at the 4th Secure World Foundation Summit in London on June 22-23. Farzana also served as Vice-Chair of Business Relations for the UK Conservative Party. At the summit, Farzana discusses the biggest issues with communication to stakeholders outside of the space industry. She also sheds-light on the misconceptions the public has about the space industry, and how story-tellers could help bridge the gap of communication and make the space industry more accessible to the public.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!This episode is part of a joint collaboration between SpaceWatch.Global and Secure World Foundation, focused on creating a new communication language, strategies, and outreach environment for the Space domain at large. For more information about this initiative and the goals of the Space Communication Project please contact Krystal Azelton (kazelton@swfound.org) of Secure World Foundation or Emma Gatti (e.gatti@spacewatch.global).
In this Space Café Radio – SpaceWatch.Global Event coordinator and Space Café Young Global Talents Host Chiara Moenter spoke with Robert Meisner, Earth Observation Outreach and Φ-Experience coordinator at ESA, at the Living Planet Symposium in Bonn. This symposium is the world’s largest Earth Observation conference.In this episode, Robert Meisner explains the importance and challenges of Earth Observation, how data is collected, how it becomes useable for us, and what gets him so excited about his work.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in Bonn at LTS - here:Space Café Radio – on tour in Bonn - with Simonetta CheliSpace Café Radio – on tour in Bonn- with Craig Donlon
In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Dr. Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning for Secure World Foundation, at the LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop in Lausanne about threats and risks in Low Earth Orbit and how to move forward to a sustainable future in space. This episode talks about Space Situational Awareness, our awareness level, mega-constellations and risk management of the current situation.The LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop, 4-5 May 2022 in Lausanne aimed to provide specific solutions and pragmatic actions to enhance collisional space safety in low Earth orbit (LEO). The workshop brought together international experts, space practitioners and others to debate specific solutions over the course of two days. This workshop was organised by the eSpace Center at EPFL with the support of AXA XL, ClearSpace, LeoLabs, and Secure World Foundation.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in Lausanne at the LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop - here:Space Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (1/9) - with Jim BridenstineSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (2/9) - with Charlotte BewickSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (3/9) - with Christie IacominiSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (4/9) - with Walt EverettsSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (5/9) - with Frank SchaeferSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (6/9) - with Srinivas SettySpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (7/9) - with Valentin EderSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (8/9) - with Tim FlohrerSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (9/9) - with Brian Weeden
In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Tim Flohrer, Head of Space Debris Office at the European Space Agency, at the LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop in Lausanne about threats and risks in Low Earth Orbit and how to move forward to a sustainable future in space. This episode specifically talks about Space Situational Awareness, fragmentation of debris caused by past practices that have increased orbital traffic, and risk management of the current situation.The LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop, 4-5 May 2022 in Lausanne aimed to provide specific solutions and pragmatic actions to enhance collisional space safety in low Earth orbit (LEO). The workshop brought together international experts, space practitioners and others to debate specific solutions over the course of two days. This workshop was organised by the eSpace Center at EPFL with the support of AXA XL, ClearSpace, LeoLabs, and Secure World Foundation.Space Cafè Radio brings you talks, interviews and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content and a personal touch. Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts at radio@spacewatch.global!You can find more episodes of our Space Café Mini-series - on tour in Lausanne at the LEO Kinetic Space Safety Workshop - here:Space Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (1/9) - with Jim BridenstineSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (2/9) - with Charlotte BewickSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (3/9) - with Christie IacominiSpace Café Radio – on tour in Lausanne (4/9) - with Walt EverettsSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (5/9) - with Frank SchaeferSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (6/9) - with Srinivas SettySpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (7/9) - with Valentin EderSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (8/9) - with Tim FlohrerSpace Café Radio - on tour in Lausanne (9/9) - with Brian Weeden
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