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Event Partners: 

  • GALIX - The Global Alliance for International Collaboration in Space
  • Space Renaissance International (SRI)
  • European Space Policy Institute (ESPI)
  • For All Moonkind
  • Global VSAT Forum (GVF)
  • Hi-Space
  • Institute of Space Commerce
  • International Moonbase Alliance (IMA)
  • Moon Village Association (MVA)
  • International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG)
  • EuroMoonMars Astronautics Training Academy
  • International Space University
  • Lifeboat Foundation
  • National Space Society (NSS)
  • Off World Inc.
  • Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)


This international online event seeks to expand international collaboration in space. The development in space programs often focuses on new space technology and hardware. Yet, the ‘softer parts’—policy, regulation, law, education, training, safety and environmental standards, institutional development, and global collaborative arrangements—are also critical for holistic space development. Progress in these areas particularly depends on global collaboration. This is the focus of the GALIX Inaugural Space Conference 2021.



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Please complete the registration form as soon as possible. Participants can register on a first come first served basis. There is no charge for registration for the online Congress.



The presenters at the GALIX Conference are invited to make a 5-minute Power Point presentation. They can, if they wish, also submit short papers. These will typically be no longer than 2000 words in length. There will also be a final report on the Congress that reflects major points of emphasis in the panel discussions and possible future collaboration areas in global space activities. Those who sign up to participate in the Galix Congress may submit questions to the panelists  online. URL: Please click on “GALIX Congress 2021”. Then click on the “Registration” menu button. You may also email us at will have an on-going Forum page that focuses on “NEW IDEAS FOR GLOBAL COLLABORATION AND COOPERATION IN SPACE."

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18 Mar 2021 @ 10:00am EDT
19 Mar 2021 @ 5:15pm EDT

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