The Indian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has announced the agenda for Space Week, which will be held from 17 October 17 to 23 October 2021 and will be organized by the Ministry of Space and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Witness the participation of various distinguished personalities in the space industry, including the Indian Space Research Corporation, Space Service, and the Indian National Center for Space Development and Licensing (Inspace).
India’s recent space missions and the success of this sector have made the country the world’s leading space center. The country’s focus on space exploration is supported by its technological expertise and proficiency in advanced technologies. India has recently undertaken various tasks such as placing 104 satellites into orbit during one mission, and has also managed to perform complex missions such as Mangalyaan at well below the cost of similar missions led by other countries. In line with these achievements, Space Week at Expo 2020 Dubai will hold sessions on the future of international participation and cooperation in the space industry.
Leading names in the space industry in India, such as Dr. K. Sivan, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Corporation, Secretary of the Government of India Space Department, Indian National Center for Space Development and Licensing (Inspace) Dr. Pawan Goenka and ISRO Science Secretary Dr. umamahiswaran
The Future of International Partnerships and Cooperation in the Space Industry special session will feature discussions on international collaboration for space exploration and joint research and development leading to multiple research areas in a single mission at the same cost.
The session on Capacity Building and Research Opportunities will be fundamental in addressing questions regarding research focus areas in the space sector, challenges in the space field, and capacity building in collaboration with partners in the public and private sectors.