Can you contribute to missions helping mankind? Yes you can. Most definitely! The Space Exploration Masters offers all people with entrepreneurial spirit and innovators the chance to actively shape space exploration with their future-oriented business ideas.
Europe’s first innovation competition dedicated to space exploration is open for submission until 31 July 2018. Use your opportunity to join the Space Exploration Masters.
What’s in it for you?
- Prize pool worth more than EUR 800,000
- Benefit from invaluable expertise from our renowned partners
- Build awareness for your business idea on stage & through extensive promotion
- Work together with the most important space stakeholders
- Help shape the future of space exploration
The Space Exploration Masters portfolio offers prizes in five different challenges. These prizes are presented and awarded by our partners: The European Space Agency (ESA), the Ministry of the Economy of Luxembourg with its SpaceResources.lu initiative, Stevenson Astrosat Ltd. and Huntsville Madison County Chamber, Airbus together with Air Liquide and Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, WHO, ASI, CNES, Space Applications Services, Surrey Satellites, and Goonhilly (GES Ltd.) and Maxq.
The time is now to connect with Europe’s and international leading stakeholders in space exploration to help in boosting space development and create novel advantages for the citizens on Earth.
SIGN UP NOW by 31 July 2018 to realise your space and non-space dreams and reach for the stars.
About the Space Exploration Masters
In 2017, AZO has launched the Space Exploration Masters on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA) and in line with the goals of the ESA Space Exploration Strategy, in cooperation with strong world-class partners. The Space Exploration Masters is an international competition to identify best technology transfer business successes, as well as to empower and foster business innovation around space exploration activities in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), on Moon, Mars, or beyond – for the benefit of society and Earth.