20 September 2022
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The 73rd edition of the International Astronautical Congress is underway in Paris, an unmissable occasion in which the excellence of the sector, SMEs, entrepreneurs and researchers from all over the world come together to delve deeper into space-related issues and create new synergies and multiply collaboration opportunities.

And it is from here that the news comes that France is preparing to invest more than 9 billion euros in the space sector over the next three years; this was announced by Elisabeth Borne, French Prime Minister.

Organized by IAF and hosted by the French space agency (CNES), the International Astronautical Congress also involves students and young professionals with dedicated events.

They are therefore days of conferences and debates with prestigious interventions from politics and space institutions focused on the theme spacefor@ll, which is also an inspiring principle that instills optimism and is based on a program full of events that will end on Thursday 22 September.

Together with the numerous guests present at the IAC, in the Italian Space Agency area there is also the CTNA, National Aerospace Technology Cluster.

This is the opportunity for the Cluster to reiterate in concrete terms the value of its mission: to expand the network by facilitating communication between different subjects, sharing experiences and overall contributing to generating innovation.

Valuable professional projects and collaborations, in fact, arise precisely from circumstances like these in which the opening is international and the feedback is direct and immediate.

From a wide-ranging event such as the International Astronautical Congress, which has around 9,000 participants from over 80 countries, comes the hope of thinking as soon as possible about new perspectives destined to become reality and of implementing everything needed to make the space accessible to all.