Sybilla Technologies joins Zero-Debris Charter

Zero Debris Charter ESA

Exciting News from Sybilla Technologies! We’re proud to announce our commitment to a cleaner, safer space environment as the newest member of the Zero Debris movement. By signing the Zero Debris Charter, we join forces with a visionary league of over 70 organizations dedicated to eliminating space debris.

This groundbreaking initiative, facilitated by ESA’s ‘Protection of Space Assets’ Accelerator, is more than just a document—it’s a mission. A mission to pave the way for a future where space, our final frontier, is free from the risks of debris by 2030. Together, with industry leaders, space agencies, and innovative start-ups, we’ve set ambitious targets guided by the charter’s principles.

Published on November 6, 2023, and open for all who dream of a debris-free orbit, the Zero Debris Charter symbolizes a collective leap towards protecting our space assets. It’s a privilege for Sybilla Technologies to stand alongside entities striving for this essential goal.

We believe in the power of collaboration to transform the space sector. Let’s aim for the stars, ensuring they’re not obscured by debris. Join us in celebrating this important step towards sustainability in space.

Learn more and see the list of fellow supporters here: https://esoc.esa.int/supporting-zero-debris-charter

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