He continued his discussion sessions and presentations during the third day
The activities of the 17th edition of the International Conference on Space Operations 2023, one of the most prominent global events in the space sector, continue for the third day in a row, which is hosted by the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center for the first time in the Arab world.
The third day began with a discussion session titled “The Missions of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center: From Earth to Mars, passing through the Moon.” Landing soon on the moon.
A session entitled “Sustainability of Space Operations and the Impact of Space Technologies on Earth’s Sustainability” was held, in the presence of representatives from the United Nations Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, during which Bokar AP, Advisor to the Board of Directors of the World Society for Space Sustainability, said: “The 37% of the world’s population is not connected to the Internet, and does not benefit from the digital economy, and therefore the space economy can be achieved by using satellites to enhance communication with remote areas.
Meanwhile, presentations held throughout the day covered a wide range of topics and provided a platform for space operations professionals to share their research and experiences, exchange knowledge and best practices, as well as discuss the latest developments and challenges in their fields.
Filled with stands for space agencies, private companies and educational institutions, the exhibition hall continued to attract attendees by showcasing the latest innovations and services.
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