Prof. Parker invited as speaker at OASA’s upcoming SpaceBiz Breakfast on space debris
Prof. Quentin Parker, Director of LSR, is invited as speaker to discuss to discuss the topic of space debris at OASA‘s next . The event will be held on February 17 (Fri), 8:30 AM-10:00 AM, at the Hong Kong Bankers Club.
See below for event introduction from OASA:
By 2030, the space economy may reach into the trillions under the current trajectory. Although the NewSpace is making innovative and exciting breakthroughs, information is incredibly scarce for those who want to make an impactful and successful career in the FUTURE.
What is the science behind these new space ventures? What are the business opportunities in the NewSpace? Are you ready to join our Astropreneurs to explore?
Let us introduce OASA’s newest initiative: Space Biz Breakfast Series. We welcome you to a monthly forum to explore various sectors in the NewSpace while enjoying premium breakfast with our insightful friends and partners. From Space Tourism to the Satellite Internet, moon fashion to shooting star entertainment, we could probably go on and on from sunrise till moon rise!
FEBRUARY’S TOPIC: Space Debris
What is and how does it affect the environment? Still, there is more space debris in the atmosphere now than ever before. In 2021, for example, more than 1,900 space objects were registered for the first time with The United Nations’ outer space objects index. It’s time for us to face up to the problem of space debris!
Registration can be made here.