Lëtzebuerg wëll en europäeschen Zenter fir Recherche op d'Bee stellen. Dowéinst huet een elo e Kontrakt mam Welt-Leader am Beräich ënnerschriwwen.

De But vun dësem Zenter ass et, fir erauszefannen, wéi ee Ressourcen aus dem Weltall kann ofbauen, ëmwandelen a notzen. Fir dëse Centre de Recherche weider ze bréngen, huet d'Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) um Dënschdeg den Owend eiser Zäit e Kontrakt mam Leader an dësem Secteur, der amerikanescher National Aeronautics and Space Administration, kuerz NASA, esou wéi och mat Däitschland ënnerschriwwen.

Esou wäerte béid Agencen an Zukunft an dësem Beräich zesummeschaffen. Dëst weist, datt déi Lëtzebuerger Eruewerung vum Weltall grad eréischt ugefaangen huet.

De Philip Crowhter hat den Jim Bridenstine, Chef vun der NASA am Interview.

© (NASA/Aubrey Gemignani)

Schonn zanter 1985 ass de Grand-Duché am Weltall aktiv, dat mam Grënne vun der SES. 20 Joer méi spéit ass Lëtzebuerg du Member vun der ESA, also der European Space Agency ginn. Zanter 2016 huet d'Land dann och ekonomesch Interessien am Weltall ugemellt, spréch, et wëll een hei Ressourcen ofbauen, déi op der Äerd kënne genotzt ginn. Dofir huet sech d'Regierung extra e legal Kader ginn, well ee sech erhofft, datt dës Mineralien eppes kënnen abréngen.

Eisen US-Korrespondent Philip Crowther iwwer LSA an NASA
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De Wirtschaftsminister Etienne Schneider sot eis iwwerdeems an engem RTL-Interview, dass de Space-Secteur duerchaus eppes kéint sinn, wou hie sech seng Zukunft no der Politik kéint virstellen.

Den Etienne Schneider iwwert seng Zukunft no der Politik

Den Etienne Schneider hat jo viru kuerzem bei eis op der Antenn confirméiert, dass hien no spéitstens 10 Joer als Minister wäert ophalen.

Le Luxembourg a signé un accord de coopération avec la Nasa
Retour sur les ambitions spatiales du Grand-Duché avec Etienne Schneider

Weider Detailer ginn et bei de Kollege vun RTL 5Minutes.

Offiziellt Schreiwes

NASA and LSA to further deepen US-Luxembourg co-operation in space (22.10.2019)
Communiqué par: Luxembourg Space Agency In May 2019, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Space between the Governments of the United States of America and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg designated both NASA and LSA to exchange information about prospective collaboration. Based on this MoU, NASA Administrator James. F. Bridenstine and LSA Chief Executive Officer Dr. Marc Serres signed at the 70th International Aeronautical Congress in Washington DC a joint statement of intent to further deepen US-Luxembourg co-operation in space.

Administrator Bridenstine and Chief Executive Officer Serres acknowledged the steps taken in the United States and in Luxembourg to advance opportunities for the commercial use of space. They noted that these developments have set the stage for fruitful collaboration in areas of mutual interest, particularly in the context of NASA's priority on returning humans to the surface of the Moon by 2024 through the Artemis program, and its plans to establish the basis for a long-term human presence there by 2028, with a view towards human exploration of Mars.
They also underlined the potential these initiatives have for space resources exploration and utilization as well as for private sector entities and public private partnerships to contribute to the exploration and utilization of the Moon, Mars, and other celestial bodies. Chief Executive Officer Serres emphasized that LSA places a great importance on its aim to contribute to the peaceful exploration and sustainable utilization of space resources for the benefit of humankind.

The joint statement signed on October 22, 2019 between NASA and LSA details a number of potential areas for future collaboration such as space applications, space exploration and utilization, including the sustainable utilization of space resources, as well as sharing of scientific data and education. The agencies will continue to explore these areas through technical and programmatic discussions with the objective of identifying potential collaboration. In parallel, NASA and LSA intend to pursue a Framework Agreement as a means of facilitating future collaboration between the two agencies.

About LSA:
The objective of the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) is to develop the space sector in Luxembourg by fostering new and existing companies, developing human resources, facilitating access to funding and supporting academic research. The agency implements the national space economic development strategy, manages national space research and development programs, and leads the SpaceResources.lu initiative. Furthermore, the LSA represents Luxembourg within the European Space Agency and space-related programs of the European Union and the United Nations.