Last chance to see the European Space Expo!

Last chance to see the European Space Expo!
Published on: 03/10/2016
The European Space Expo is coming to Brussels from 14 to 25 October. The aim of the Expo is to show people how European space policy and space-based technologies benefit our lives on earth and their importance for the European economy and job creation.

Nearly 1 million people have already visited the Expo so far in various cities around Europe and this is your last chance to see it.

The Expo presents important information on European space programmes ranging from Earth observation (Copernicus) to satellite navigation (Galileo and EGNOS) in an engaging and entertaining way.

Highlights will include the 'OmniGlobe' (an interactive hologram of the earth's atmosphere), an impressive model of a Galileo satellite, and much more. During the European Space Expo, space applications experts will give live presentations. Watch this space for more information.

It is completely FREE to the general public and has drawn record attendances throughout its tour.

Follow the Expo on Twitter at: #euspaceexpo


Venue: Place de la Monnaie, Brussels

When: 14 – 25 October

Admission: Free