Space inspires citizens in every country to be creative and collaborate, and with new amazing opportunities available in the space exploration field, representatives from seven different space companies, including SES Satellites from Luxemburg actively participated and supported Science Days 2023.
During the 7th edition of Science Days, Dr. Gary Cannady, the U.S. representative for the One Voice 4 Change spoke about the new alliance with The Michaelis Foundation and future of CubeSats, and the need for countries to work together in space.
"One of the defining characteristics of the modern STEM and Space age is the way that more nations are taking part like never before, said Jeff Michaelis, space educator with the Michaelis Foundation".
Space exploration is no longer a battle to prove which country is the best, and the citizens of the United States can expect even more international cooperation as NASA prepares to return to the moon on its way to Mars.
Working with other friendly nations is how we will succeed, Jose Carlos "JC" KSCIA country manager said during the event.
The students, educators and space enthusiasts who attended Science Days expressed their desire and commitment to international cooperation, and to finding new ways to collaborate even more in the near future.
As more countries expand their space activities, strong international cooperation and collaboration is imperative, according to space leaders from around the globe who presented at Science Days.
"We are already seeing the positive impact and the development of more international collaboration coming from Science Days' initiative," said Astronaut Marcos Pontes.
About Science Days:
Science Days is the largest U.S. STEM & Space event outside of the United States. An initiative led by The Michaelis Foundation.
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