IAC 2008: AUDIO – Italian Space Agency chief talks to Hyperbola

by | Oct 2, 2008 | exploration | 0 comments

On 29 September Flight technical editor Rob Coppinger sat down with newly appointed Italian Space Agency commissioner Enrico Saggese to talk about the changes ahead for the organisation at a time when there is a new Italian governmment, the European Space Agency is preparing for one of its most important member states’ ministers’ meetings, being held in November, and a major part of the Italian space industry has completed a joint venture with French company Thales

click here to listen to the 11min interview with Saggese

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