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The sixth edition of Space Resources Week took place between 25 and 27 March 2024 as a 3-day hybrid event, hosted at the European Convention Center - Luxembourg, as well as available online.

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The European Space Agency (ESA) mandates the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) to conceptualize with a network of partners the world’s first business accelerator dedicated to the lunar economy.

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On 26 October 2023, the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) in collaboration with Space Application Services organised a community consultation that allowed experts to express their vision and enable, through their inputs, a better understanding of the needs of this diverse community.…

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The Dusty Thermal Vacuum Chamber (DTVC) that will be implemented in Luxembourg will be a gateway to the Lunar surface.

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Join us on 26 October for our introductory webinar aimed to bring together the community and gauge the level of conceptual understanding of a ground-based pilot plant!

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Now in its third edition, the ESRIC Start-up Support Programme is welcoming once again five new ventures that will start their pre-incubation journey.

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For the second round of the programme, the committee composed of members from ESRIC, Technoport, LSA, LIST and ESA, chose Lightigo Space from a pool of five excellent start-ups coming from Canada, the US, Poland, Luxembourg, and the Czech Republic.

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The fifth edition of Space Resources Week took place between 19 and 21 April 2023, as a 3-day hybrid conference connecting thought leaders from space agencies, research institutes, start-ups, and industry (both terrestrial and space).

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To enable safe landings at lunar camps, the collaboration effort will initially focus on developing the construction technologies and civil engineering processes needed for establishing an LLP for NASA’s Artemis return to the Moon programme.

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ESRIC aims to become an internationally recognised centre for space resource utilisation, addressing aspects in science, in technology in business and in economy.

The mission of LIST is pushing the frontiers in research for high impact innovation. This means that we want to go far beyond the state-of-the-art and this is also the mission of ESRIC.