NSSA takes part in ‘Space Talk’ of the Saudi Space Commission

The National Space Science Agency (NSSA) participated in the first virtual meeting of “Space Talk,” held by Dr Haitham Al Tuwaijri representing Saudi Space Commission (SSC) and hosted one of the former directors of Nasa, the American astronaut Charles Bolden. NSSA chief executive Dr Muhammad Al Asiri said that the participation in these meetings comes as part of the continuous efforts to raise awareness of space, its sciences and applications, and to define its importance among all segments of society.
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NSSA Presents a Discussion Paper at the IGC 2021

With a discussion paper, NSSA, represented by engineers Muneera Jasim Almalki and Ebrahim Alburshaid will participate in the International Geographic Information Conference, which will be held in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on March 29–31, 2021. The event is organized by the Saudi Geographical Society in cooperation with the Vision Intelligence Company.
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Participation in the First Meeting of Space Conventions

Within the framework of its continuous endeavor to raise the levels of its affiliates in all areas related to space and its sciences, the NSSA participated in the first meeting organized by the General Department for Legal Affairs of the Saudi Space Commission in cooperation with the College of Law at Prince Sultan University, on Thursday evening March 4, 2021 remotely.
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NSSA participates in Space Economy Leaders Conference

On the occasion of the first meeting of the space economy leaders of the current G20 session, under the chairmanship of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain, represented by the National Space Science Agency (NSSA), received an invitation from the Saudi Space Agency to participate in the first meeting of the space economy leaders. It was held on 7th October this year to coincide with World Space Week. Many pertinent agencies participated in the event, represented by heads of space agencies in the G20, the Economic Cooperation and Development of the United Nations (OECD), the United Nations Office of Space Affairs (UNOOSA), and the space agencies which are members of the Arab Group for Cooperation Space, and, finally, consulting organizations, companies, economic entities, and experts in the same sector.
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