|The Netherlands Space Society (NVR) is the gateway to the Dutch aerospace.|
NVR has approximately a 1000 members. They include aerospace professionals, students, and people with a personal interest. As of today, the association has been around for over 60 years. Yet, it remains in touch with the newest Dutch and international developments surrounding space and astronautics. The NVR aims to be an association for all ages, and the network for anyone excited by modern aerospace and space travel.
|At HE Space, we are passionate about space and passionate about people!
We specialize in personnel recruitment with an exclusive focus on the space sector. This makes us one of a kind! No other engineering services company combines the exclusive focus on space with the broad, international network, which we have built over 30 years.
|TU Delft houses a large concentration of space engineers. Five faculties work on space topics, e.g. designing and operating spacecraft, searching for life on exoplanets, using satellite technology and Earth-based sensors to study System Earth, and developing micro-electronics to make satellites fly in swarms. Combined, the disciplines lead to exciting projects: nano-satellite Delfi-n3Xt for example and our new CyberZoo, where space technology makes robots work together.||From 25 June to 24 August 2018 the Netherlands Space Office, Leiden University, the European Space Agency ESA and Delft University of Technology will host the International Space University’s Space Studies Program. Around 130 young professionals from the global space sector will participate in the prestigious summer school programme. More than 150 experts will fly in to teach varying subjects such as space policy and space law, space technology, economics and space start-ups.|
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