|Vis Viva is a new society for space professionals. Its goals is to unite, to teach and learn, and to explore. To this end Vis Viva frequently and regularly organizes a range of events. Its cornerstone are bi-weeklies, an informal gathering where members can exchange and discuss space topics.||The Netherlands Space Society (NVR) is the foremost platform for space professionals from or working in Holland. As an organisation, we are the product of a long and rich 60 year history, and have been an advocate of the innovative space sector in the Netherlands.|
|The Netherlands Space Office (NSO) acts as the Dutch agency for space affairs. The NSO was established by the Dutch government in order to develop the Netherlands’ space programme and to bring that programme to action. The NSO is the face of the Dutch space community for international space organisations and the central point of contact for the space community within the Netherlands. The NSO also works to innovatively and openly bring the story of spaceflight science, usage and exploration to teachers, students and the general public.||What EJR Quartz can do for you: provide English writing & editing services; deliver graphical design & multimedia content; offer content management for large & small sites; supply programming & database expertise; advise on & manage your social media channels; run a daily online news service; publish in a number of languages; promote your site & track its impact; and manage live web events.|
|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, since 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.|
|The International Space University develops the future leaders of the world space community by providing interdisciplinary educational programs to students and space professionals in an international, intercultural environment. ISU also serves as a neutral international forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas on challenging issues related to space and space applications.||Expression in Design offers attractive, practical and functional websites for clients all over the world. We specialise in web design/development, Content Management Systems, logo & graphic design, hosting and maintenance.|
|The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. ESA is an international organisation with 20 Member States. By coordinating the financial and intellectual resources of its members, it can undertake programmes and activities far beyond the scope of any single European country.|
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