The SENTINEL network, which brings together the leading Spanish research centers in space debris tracking and modeling, will be hosting a presentation day and a panel discussion with national experts on Friday. The panel, moderated by the UC3M associate professor and co-founder of Arribes E, Noelia Sánchez Ortiz, will focus on the future research challenges in the field of space object tracking and surveillance to maintain a sustainable and safe near-Earth space in the coming years.
In Spain, the SENTINEL Network is a thematic research network that focuses on the tracking and characterization of space debris. Its objectives include strategic analysis, enhancing cooperation among researchers and stakeholders, international outreach, promoting joint research, and raising public awareness about the need for sustainable space utilization.
If you are interested in research to ensure the safety of space operations and the sustainability of space utilization, do not hesitate to attend.
The network is coordinated by Carlos III University of Madrid and has been funded by the State Research Agency, Ministry of Science and Innovation.
Participating institutions in the SENTINEL network include:
- Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
- Real Academia de Ciencias y Artes de Barcelona
- Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
- Universidad de La Rioja
- Universidad de Sevilla
- Universidad de León
- Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Together, we can make a difference in shaping a sustainable future for space exploration. Join us in the SENTINEL Network’s mission to track and understand space debris, fostering international collaboration and promoting responsible space usage.
Get involved today and be a part of this exciting journey towards a more sustainable space environment.