Paris Air Show 2019
Paris Air Show 2019: ESA’s program
Paris Air Show 2019: ESA’s program

| Alexandre Rocchi 298 mots

Paris Air Show 2019: ESA’s program

The European Space Agency will also be present at the Paris Air Show from June 17th to 24th 2019.

Still located next to the CNES Pavilion, at the foot of rockets Ariane 1 and Ariane 5, in front of the Air and Space Museum, the European Space Agency (ESA) will introduce its main programs too. Especially the one that will be discussed next November in Seville, during the next European ministers’ space meeting, named Space19+.

There won’t be a huge model exhibition this year but an “innovative numerical exposition”, based on Jan Woerner, ESA DG’s motto: “United space in Europe, United Europe in space” and a big external podium.


Thomas Pesquet under the spotlight.

The podium will frequently receive thematic presentations for the general public, with the presence of experts on the matters at stake and above all, the French astronaut Thomas Pesquet:

  • On Monday, 17th June, from 4:30 pm to 5 pm: how satellites can help us to understand and act in a climate change context, with Thomas Pesquet and Pascal Lecomte (ESA’s Earth Observation Directorate).
  • On Tuesday, 18th June, from 10 am to 10:30 am: encounter between pioneering Apollo’s astronauts and new active astronauts generation, with Walter Cunningham (Apollo 7), Charlie Duke (Apollo 16), Al Worden (Apollo 15) and Thomas Pesquet.
  • On Tuesday, 18th June, from 10:45 am to 11:30 am: focus on exploration future, with Thomas Pesquet and Didier Schmitt, coordinator of human and robotic exploration for Space 19+.
  • On Friday, 21th June, from 11 am to 12 am: European Space Talks 2019 opening, with an interaction between navigator Français Gabart and Thomas Pesquet.
  • On Friday, 21th June, starting at 10 am: presence of saxophonist Guillaume Perret, who scored for Thomas Pesquet interpretation into space, to celebrate the 2019 Music Day.
  • On Friday, 21th June, from 4 pm to 5 pm: carrier options suggestions into the European space, with students and Thomas Pesquet.

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