Second International Congress “All to Space”, Chiapas 2023

days June 1 and 2 Held in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas Second International Space Congress “Space for All”, Chiapas 2023. Organized jointly by the Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation of the State of Chiapas (ICTIECH) and the Space Zero Gravity MexicoIn addition to the support, co-sponsorship and active participation of representatives of key national and foreign institutions and organizations including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) European Space Agency (ESA), Mexican Space Agency (AEM), Latin American and Caribbean Space Agency (ALCE-SRE), CAF Development Bank of Latin America, Institute of Nuclear Sciences (ICN) Space Instrument Laboratory (LINX) UNAMUniversidad de País Innova, Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry (girl), Mexico United States Foundation for Science (FUMEC), Fundación Acercándote al Universo (FAU), Red Global MX Chapters Japan and Canada, Siemens, QTech-Kyushu Institute of Technology, Telepix, Remos, and the Jadamatsu Astronomy Club.

The opening ceremony of the Second International Space Congress “All to Space” Chiapas 2023 was made by Governor Rutilio Escandon; State Secretary of Education, Rosa Aidé Domínguez; Secretary of the Treasury, Javier Jimenez; Director General of the Mexican Space Agency, Salvador Landeros Ayala; Ambassador Gustavo Cabrera, President of the Latin American and Caribbean Agency for Space Mexico; Head of State Judiciary, Guillermo Ramos; President of the Board of Directors of the State Congress, Sonia Catalina Alvarez; Federal Representatives Jesús Roberto Briano Borunda and José Luis Llaven Abarca; Vice Sergio Molina, President of the Science and Technology Commission of the State Congress; CEO of Space Zero Gravity, Luis Enrique Velasco and Managing Director of Spaceport Mx, Catalina Ramirez.

In his speech, Governor Rutilio Escandon emphasized that thanks to investments, scholarships and incentives, science, technology and innovation are promoted with the aim of making them available to people and contributing to the well-being and progress of Chiapas and Mexico. Director General of the Mexican Space Agency, Dr. Salvador Landeros Ayala pointed out that this phenomenon represents new opportunities in various space applications, such as satellite telecommunications and navigation, which allow the acceleration of the digital transformation. For his part, Luis Enrique Velasco highlights that training in space issues has significantly increased in Chiapas, which is already a pioneer state in creating specialized human capital, and describes throughout Congress the progress of the Space Zero Gravity Mexico company.

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This second edition brought together experts, researchers and leaders from nine countries (Canada, France, Italy, USA, South Korea, Japan, Sweden, Luxembourg, Argentina and Mexico) in the space industry. Panels, business meetings, workshops, and competitions, among other activities, offer sessions for all ages, educational levels, and interests, with the aim of encouraging the participation of the attending public (women, children, youth, professionals, and businessmen). Scientific culture in spatial matters in the organization. His experience in various fields of science, technology and space allowed him to provide a rich exchange of knowledge, advance his research and scientific dissemination, as well as share his knowledge and experience with the youth of Chiapas. The government and commercial sector have shown interest in investing in the integration, development and expansion of Space Zero Gravity Mexico. The Congress was instrumental in signing important strategic and investment alliances with local and foreign businessmen. Telepix (South Korea)-Space Zero Gravity Mexico strategic alliance, FAU signed as honorary witness.

The congress program consisted of a variety of activities, including conferences in face-to-face and virtual format: David Long (BYU) “The Role of Academia in Space Development”; Victor Chun “The TelePix Story: Space Technology & Services”; Salvador Landeros (AEM) “Mexico’s Future in Space”; Gustavo Cabrera “Strategic Role of ALCE”; Marco Ferrazzani (ESA) “Space Development in Europe” (virtual); Jesús Roberto Briano Borunda “Mexican Space Law”; Gustavo Medina Danko “Space Technology of the Future”; José Miguel Ramírez Olivos “The Artemis Space Program”; Rodrigo Cordova “Spatial Development in Asia”; Pablo Leb “Antarctica Studies: Use of Satellite Data”; Alejandro Peralta “IRIS Cubesat Radios: Lunar Flashlight Limited Edition”; and Moses Brown “The Remos Story: Space Technology & Services”.

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Panels with experts: “Spatial Technological Development” moderated by Alonso Huerta with the participation of Moses Brown, Brandon Salazar, Tyson Danby, Isai Fajardo, Abraham de la Cruz, Victor Chun, Jorge Flores; “The Space Industry in Mexico: A Priority Area for National Development”, moderated by Carlos Duarte with the participation of Javier López Cazarin, Gustavo Cabrera, Fermin Romero, Luis Liscano, Mario Arriola, Lorena Rojas; “Spatial Legislation” moderated by Mario Arrola with the participation of Juan Manuel Forminán, Jesus Briano Borunda, Carlos Duarte, Alvaro Eris, Valeria Ramos, Juan Carlos Mariscal; “El New Space” curated by Fermín Romero with the participation of Gustavo Medina, José Miguel Ramírez and Juan Betancourt; “Human Resources Training in the Space Industry” conducted by Diana Palomack with the participation of Sergio Huanaco, Catalina Ramírez, Carlos Ríos, Rodrigo Cordova, Carlos Duarte, Gustavo Medina; “Spatial Commercialization” moderated by Catalina Ramirez with the participation of Fermin Romero, Gustavo Medina, Eugenio Marin, Laurent Reyes and representative Benjamin Nazar; and “Everyone to Space: Diversity for the New Space Age”, moderated by Lorena Rojas with the participation of Cecil de Leon Villard, Getsemani Moreno, Pablo Leb, Luis Velasco, Ramses Camas, Valeria Camus, Alexa García, Diego. Lopez Manuela Gomez. Presentations were made by some of the participating companies, including the use and management of telescopes, best practices for the development of university space missions, 3D design in NX, learning to observe lunar eclipses and history. Business sessions and networking (breakfasts and lunches).

Undoubtedly, this second edition consolidates the “Everyone in Space” Congress as a unique opportunity to promote dissemination, science-technology dissemination, and education and science dissemination in the field of space exploration. The participation and attendance of professionals and the public in a wide variety of sessions – those interested in space issues, as well as the participation of businessmen – is a key fact to highlight, however, the broad participation of all academic students is noteworthy. Levels attended with great enthusiasm and motivation, asking interesting questions to the experts, with a clear interest in the topics discussed and the intention to join the scientific and technical activities. Participating women, boys and young men attended strictly for their own benefit, a distinctive feature of both editions of the Congress.

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Chiapas and Space Zero Gravity, in particular, account for the outstanding talent of training specialized human capital in topics such as space science, satellite technology, space exploration, astrophysics and science dissemination.

Young Chiapas stands out among the first generation of engineers already designing and developing satellite technology. Alexa Garcia At just 17 years old, he demonstrated not only technical ability but also leadership in Congressional setting and intensive training at Brigham Young University, Utah and Chiapas, in the design and development of nanosatellites – the standard CubeSat. – Based on POT method. In short, Space Zero Gravity and its young technologists seek to lay the foundation for the development of high space technology in the state of Chiapas.

Fundación Acercándote al Universo (FAU), Café Espacial Series and CI Consultoria Internacional (specialized in space affairs), we are pleased to add our experience to the Second International Space Congress “All to Space” in Chiapas, 2023, to the companies directed by you. Specifically in these three related panels: “New Space”, “Commercialization of Space” and “The Space Industry in Mexico: A Priority Area for National Development”, which highlighted the importance of the new aerospace industry in Mexico. In my particular opinion, this second edition of the Congress consolidated the meeting of the most important national and international leaders and representatives of other countries in the field of space in the Americas. Personally, it is a pleasure to join Chiapas and Space Zero Gravity Mexico in this great and successful effort to promote the creation of a local and Latin American space ecosystem. Kudos to the entire organizing committee for this great step towards that goal. See you in the third edition.

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