The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is a committee of the UN which works to implement the decisions of The Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). It helps developing countries use outer space technology, ensure the peaceful use of space, establish legal and regulatory frameworks for space activities. UNOOSA conducts international workshops, training courses and pilot projects on topics that include remote sensing, satellite navigation, satellite meteorology, and tele-education.
Agenda Items: Space Investments/Ensuring International Unity in Space Technology
Another universe apart from earth...
Dozens of eyes above this universe...
Works done and to be done,
All the money spent and rivalry between countries...
There are thousands of satellites in space. Many countries are investing in space for various purposes. What will be the result of these investments and studies? Will international unity be achieved?
UNOOSA is getting together to discuss space investments and ensure international unity.
Now is the time to act for this creation.