The University of Luxembourg Launches a Unique Interdisciplinary Space Master in Line with the Government's SpaceResources.lu Initiative
In fall 2019, the University of Luxembourg launches a two-year Interdisciplinary Space Master program.
A Luxembourg Space Agency Study Predicts a Market Revenue of up to 170 Billion EUR Generated by the Space Resources Utilization Industry over the 2018-2045 Period
According to an in-depth study conducted by the Luxembourg Space Agency, using space resources is expected to create major socio-economic benefits in many areas, including GDP impacts, employment creation as well as market and technology spillovers in several technical domains such as data analytics, materials science, additive manufacturing and robotics.
Luxembourg to Host NewSpace Europe 2018 Conference Aimed at Identifying Opportunities in the Global Space Economy
The Luxembourg Space Agency and the Space Frontier Foundation are organizing the 2nd NewSpace Europe conference on November 27 and 28, 2018 in Luxembourg City.