The Luxembourg Space Agency Joins ESPI as New Member

The Luxembourg Space Agency is pleased to have become a new member of the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI) .

ESPI is the European think tank for space, supported by a diverse membership base of 20 organisations, including major European space agencies and industry actors. ESPI's purpose is to promote European space policy on a global level; develop approaches to European space policy and facilitate an active forum for the analysis and discussion of European needs, capabilities, and long-term prospects in space activities.

ESPI is an important think tank for European space policy, contributing to strengthening European space and addressing its current and future challenges, whether through studies, events or training activities. The Luxembourg Space Agency plans to be an active member in ESPI and contribute to its activities, also in Luxembourg. As an internationally oriented open country, it is crucial for the country that the European space sector, both private and public, is strong and able to maintain a key position on a worldwide level.

 Mathias Link, Deputy CEO of Luxembourg Space Agency


About the Luxembourg Space Agency 

The aim of the Luxembourg Space Agency national strategy and the resulting action plan is to pursue the efforts made to develop the Luxembourg space sector as a means of diversifying and perpetuating the Luxembourg economy, but also as a major contributor to the sustainability of activities on Earth, and by promoting a responsible approach to activities in Space.

The 2023-2027 strategy focuses on 4 main areas: economic sustainability, sustainability on Earth, sustainability in space and the sustainable and responsible use of space resources.

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