Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF)
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Founded 1993, Japan, based on recommendation at Asia-Pacific International Space Year Conference, 1992.
Gather representatives from space agencies, governmental bodies, provate companies, universities, research institutes and international organizations in the region; seek measures to contribute to socio-economic development and preservation of the global environment through space technology and its applications; exchange views, opinions and information on national space programs and resources; discuss possibilities of future cooperation among space technology developers and users for mutual benefit, identify areas of common interest, and assign priorities thereto; review progress and implementation of plans and programs for further cooperation within the Asia-Pacific region.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
- Aerospace, Space
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