SENER has created a Space dialogues initiative 'Diálogos d’Espacio', a meeting to spread our activities through outstanding personalities from the scientific and technological fields.

For this purpose, SENER has organized a series of conferences, which can be accompanied by illustrative exhibitions, with SENER’s most relevant projects in Space.

We will be reporting promptly the dates:

30 March
Gaia: Three years studying the Galaxy

Auditorium of the University of the Basque Country - Baroja hall - Abandoibarra, 3 (Bilbao) Jordi Torra, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Barcelona, and Jordi Portell, researcher at the Institute for Space Studies of Catalonia (IEEC), and Diego Rodríguez, SENER’s Space Director, will present the Gaia mission's main characteristics and highlight the relevance of Spain's participation.

18 May
Rosetta Mission: Groundbreaking Science and Technology

NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding Hotel (Padre Damián, 23 - Madrid) Luisa Lara, a researcher for the Spanish National Research Council at the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia, and Diego Rodríguez, SENER’s Space Director, will be shedding light on the Rosetta mission’s importance for understanding the nature of comets and how they can help us learn about the birth and evolution of the solar system.

02 November
In search of Earth 2.0

Barceló Sants Hotel 5-6 rooms. Plaça dels Països Catalans, s/n, 08014 Barcelona The director of the Institute of Space Studies of Catalonia (IEEC) and researcher at the Institute of Space Sciences (ICE), Ignasi Ribas, and the SENER’s Space director, Diego Rodríguez, will talk about the methods that allow us to discover exoplanets, this great scientific revolution to discover planets that are similar to the Earth.


30 March    /    09 April
50 years fill our Space

Auditorium of the University of the Basque Country (Abandoibarra, 3 - 48009 - Bilbao) – Etxepare showroom (1st floor)As part of the anniversary commemorative events, SENER is showing its successful background in relevant Space missions throughout an exhibition opened to all audiences.

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