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position paper

 The NEREUS Position paper on "Recommendations on adding a regional dimension to the European Space Strategy" has been published! 

NEREUS Events

28.06.2016 |#Sentinels4Regions - What can Sentinels do for Regions? 

Organized together with the European Space Agency

PROGRAMME

REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY

European Commission ESA Sentinels NEREUS

NEREUS featured Events

30.05-03.06 2016 | European Space Solutions (The Hague) - President Vendola invited as speaker

EUSpace

22.11. 2016 | NEREUS General Assembly 2016 --> more information will follow


NEREUS News

Have your say on the user-requirements for the next generation of the Copernicus Space Component

The European Commission is responsible for establishing the future evolution for the Copernicus Programme Space Component. DG GROW has launched a cross-sectorial survey aimed at gathering user requirements for the next generation of Copernicus Space Component. The questionnaire takes 20 minutes to fill in. | Take the survey (Deadline 15 June 2016)

Download the Copernicus Space Data Offer for Public Authorities distributed by ESA

The Copernicus Space Component Data Acess service - financed by the EU and operated by ESA - grants Public Authorities harmonised access to data that originates from a large fleet of Earth Observation missions, the Sentinels dedicated missions and over 40 European and international contributing mission.

Read more about he service and access to this data.

ESA Copernicus

 

Space Girls Space Women across NEREUS Regions

The Space Girls Space Women exhibition keeps moving across NEREUS Regions. After Apulia, Lombardy and Abruzzo, East Midlands hosted the portraits of women with their heads in the stars on International Women's Day at the University of Leicester.

The event was opened by Professor Dame Julia Slingo who gave a keynote speech on her career in climate modelling and the importance of space technology in her field. Professor Paul O'Brien, Head of Department for Physics and Astronomy, Dr. Rhaana Starling and the University President and Vice Chancellor then introduced the exhibition and spoke about their commitment to gender equality.