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World Space Week 2021 celebrates “Women in Space”!

Join thousands of participants in over 90 countries celebrating accomplishments and contributions of women to the space sector and sciences.

In 2020, more than 6,500 events were organized in over 60 countries under the theme “Satellites Improve Life”.

Celebrating women in space with Maruška Strah in 2021

Celebrating women in space with Maruška Strah in 2021

This year,  we are celebrating women in space. To open the conversations, we interviewed our Executive Director World Space Week Association, Maruška Strah. Listen to Maruška as she explains what her hopes and thoughts are for the World Space Week in 2021 and what we can all do to make it happen. 

Maruška is also a mentor at UNOOSA’s Space4Women program, and she would be very happy to hear from you. 

Satellites improve life – An interview for the World Space Week 2020 with the New Zealand Space Agency

Satellites improve life – An interview for the World Space Week 2020 with the New Zealand Space Agency

In 2020, we took the opportunity to learn more about New Zealand’s plans on using satellites to improve life.

In this interview, Dr Peter Crabtree, Head of the NZ Space Agency, Dr Sara Mikaloff-Fletcher, Lead Researcher for the mission and Steven Hamburg, Chief Scientist, EDF,​ talk with Haritina Mogosanu, Senior Science Communicator for WSWA and Country Coordinator for New Zealand about MethaneSAT, during World Space Week 2020.

WSWA Seeks Volunteer Relations and Participation Manager!

World Space Week Association (WSWA) seeks a Volunteer Relations and Participation Manager, to help support the Executive Director and the Global Team in their endeavors in leading the largest space event on Earth. This will be an unpaid volunteer position, and the...

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